As confusion over Greece's future reigned on Tuesday, business owners in the capital city of Athens told CNBC the ongoing uncertainty was taking its toll.
"The situation is changing hour by hour. We don't know what will happen later today, let alone tomorrow morning," Athens pharmacy owner Panagiotis Georgalas said, following rumours that the Greek government could U-turn over reforms, hours ahead of a potential debt default.
"I see the fear in people's faces every day in my pharmacy. People are worried that they will not be able to pay for their medications."