Banks Remain Closed While Greece Mulls Over Deal

A deal on the table for Greece.

It promises to help resolve the country's ongoing financial problems but tonight, its banks are still closed.

They'll remain that way until at least Thursday without a cash infusion from the European Central Bank.

As for the new deal, Greece's Parliament is set to vote on it during Wednesday's session.

If it's approved, the Central Bank could slowly give Greece's struggling economy the money it needs to continue operating.

But, many seem less than optimistic.

“It's going to be very tough on the people. It's a political decision, which couldn't be avoided, I think, if we want to stay in the euro.”

Banks have been closed for the past two weeks and daily ATM withdrawal limits are still in effect.