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Malta's banking sector is seven-times the size of its economy and proportionally bigger than that of Cyprus, but Fitch Ratings said although it is less at risk in the short-term, it could still fall foul of EU leaders' crackdown on outsized and offshore bank sectors.
Bob Parker, senior advisor at Credit Suisse, tells CNBC that in the very long-term Cyprus will be able to find the money for its share of its bailout deal.
Peer Steinbruck, chancellor candidate for the Social Democrat Party, tells CNBC that there is excessive austerity in countries like Greece and Portugal.
The new finance minister of Cyprus Harris Georgiades has told CNBC he country is in for a "rough ride" following the agreement of a bailout for his country.
Anders Borg, Sweden's finance minister, tells CNBC that its difficult to assess the bailout costs for Cyprus and these costs could rise.
Olli Rehn, vice president of the European Commission, explains why the Cyprus growth forecasts are being revised.
Claus Vistesen, editor at Variant Perception and James Ashley, senior economist at RBC Capital Markets, discuss gold prices and how the news that the Bank of Cyprus might sell its gold reserves has impacted the market.
The financial situation in the tiny island nation is high on the agenda of the euro zone's finance ministers, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
Reports circulating in Europe say the president of Cyprus planned to ask the European Union for "extra assistance," but not an increase in bailout loans, says CNBC's Julia Chatterley.
Peter Spiegel, Brussels bureau chief for the Financial Times, discusses what is on the agenda at the Eurogroup meeting taking place in Dublin.
Harris Georgiades, Cypriot finance minister, tells reporters in Dublin, that Cyprus will make the existing bailout deal work and doesn't need additional funding.
Francesco Filia, CEO and CIO of Fasanara Capital, explains how the crisis in Cyprus has impacted his medium to long-term strategy and created a genuine case for a euro zone break-up.
Jeroen Dijsselbloem, Eurogroup president, tells CNBC that Cyprus is going to go through a very tough time and the growth strategy is up to the Cypriot government.
Peter Rosenstreich, chief FX analyst at Swissquote Bank, tells CNBC that there is no real catalyst for Cyprus to leave the euro zone.
Cramer highlights an energy company that he thinks is highly undervalued.
"As much as the bear can continue to create mayhem, the bull keeps finding answers," Cramer said.
The Cyprus bailout shows banks can be wound down despite difficulties, European Central Bank policymaker Jens Weidmann said in an interview on Sunday, adding the situation on the island had stabilized.
Mario Draghi, president of the ECB, explains why Cyprus is not a template for the rest of the euro zone and says he's "sure" Jeroen Dijsselbloem was misunderstood.
When the second quarter begins Monday, Jim Cramer thinks these three things could hurt stocks.
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