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Greece has gained the European Central Bank's approval to reopen the Athens stock market after a month-long shutdown, with restrictions on trading by local investors, an official at the exchange said on Tuesday. The Athens stock exchange has been shut since June 29, after the government shut banks and imposed capital controls to prevent banks from collapsing in the face of mass withdrawals. Greek regulators offered two different plans for the re-opening - one allowing unrestricted trading and a second that imposed restrictions on trading by Greek investors to prevent capital fleeing banks, sources said earlier.
Republican House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner on Tuesday said Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton should "come clean" and turn over her private email server to the State Department's inspector general. At least four emails from the account used by Clinton while she was secretary of state contained classified information, according to a government watchdog. Clinton has said she did not send or receive any secret information using that account, but Boehner cast doubt on this.