Long Lines From as Greek Banks Re-Open

After weeks of waiting, banks are now open in Greece. 

Large lines formed outside of banks this morning, although cash withdrawal limits were still in place. 

Greece residents have been limited to ATM withdrawals of 60 Euros, which is about 64 U.S. dollars a day. 

It is unclear when the restrictions will be lifted. 

Banks have been closed since June 29th after the country had a chance of going into bankruptcy.

Greece defaulted on debt to the International Monetary Fund as its second bailout plan expired.