Monday is an historic day for Greece as nearly a decade of external financial help comes to an end.
The Syriza-led government has managed to end a third bailout rescue, implementing all the measures demanded by creditors, despite earlier doubts whether the inexperienced party would manage to complete the arduous task.
"Today we celebrate the end of a very long and difficult journey," European Commission Vice President Valdis Dombrovskis told CNBC via email.
"What matters now is to build on this achievement by sticking to sound fiscal and economic policies," he added.
However, some analysts argue that this is more a "symbolic" moment and there is plenty yet to do to improve the Greek economy. "Both the EU and the Greeks will try to put a positive spin on the end of the bailout, but there is little to celebrate," Constantine Fraser, European analyst at research firm TS Lombard, told CNBC via email.
CNBC looks at what the completion of Greece's third financial rescue means and how markets are set to react.