Archive Europe: Economy

  • Futures under pressure

    China rolled out emergency measures to stop the market selloff, and crude oil prices are lower after Greek citizens voted "no" in the referendum Sunday.

  • Greece banks running dry

    Greek voters rejected bailout terms, throwing the ball back to European leaders. Confrontational Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis resigns to help the country reach a deal.

  • Greek crisis: Euro/dollar reaction

    Adam Cole, head of currency strategy at RBC, discusses the euro/dollar moves after the latest news from Greece.

  • Greece: 'Watershed moment' for euro zone

    William Dartmouth, member of the European Parliament and Trade spokesman for UKIP, says that if Greece leaves the euro zone, other counties could follow suit.

  • Calculating a potential 'Grexit'

    Themis Themistocleous, CIO for EMEA at UBS, talks about the likelihood of a "Grexit" and what factors would induce this potential scenario.

  • Hope we get a deal fast: Panaritis

    Elena Panaritis, former World Bank economist, weighs in on what to expect next for Greece and why both the country and its creditors need to engage in talks.

  • Varoufakis resigns: Good news for Greece?

    Adonis Georgiadis, MP with the New Democracy party, says that although Yanis Varousfakis' departure is "good news," it won't be enough for Greece.

  • Brace for a 'difficult session' in Europe: Expert

    Dan Scott, VP, investment strategy & research at Credit Suisse, says European markets will likely see a flight to safety on Monday, with periphery markets in for greater volatility.

  • Looking to the US market open

    CNBC's Dominic Chu looks at how the markets are likely to open tomorrow, following the Greek no vote.

  • No vote makes deal more difficult: Pro

    Anastasios Economou, iGroup and YPO member, looks at the impact of the situation in Greece on tourism and the overall economy.

  • Not gonna be pretty: Farr

    Peter Costa, Empire Executions offers his perspective on how the markets will react tomorrow. Michael Farr, Farr, Miller & Washington, weighs in.

  • Asia reacts to Greece

    Kaori Ejoji of CNBC Asia discusses how the Asian markets have reacted this morning to the Greek no vote.

  • IMF to blame?

    CNBC's Sara Eisen says a lot of people are blaming the IMF for Greece's situation. The country is in arrears, but will the IMF ride to the rescue?

  • A series of missteps

    Dan Greehaus of BTIG says this is another of unfortunate events that have hampered the world economy over the last few years. With CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.

  • Our lives are damaged: Greek citizen

    It's fine for the European nations to tell Greece what must be done, but how do austerity and today's vote affect people who live there?

  • Greece's next move

    Dan Greehaus of BTIG says people were caught off guard by the Greek no vote and what happens now. The dollar will become a safe haven, he says.

  • Pro-Euro protesters hold Greek flags during a rally in front of parliament in Athens, June 30, 2015.

    Call it the contrarian trade of 2015: Buy the euro on Greece's crisis.

  • China or Greece bigger concern?

    CNBC contributor Ron Insana looks at whether investors should be more concerned with China, Greece or Puerto Rico?

  • Greece is not Lehman: Pro

    Christian Menegatti, Windhaven Investment Management, answers the question of whether Greece will stay or leave the euro zone.

  • Euro sinks on Greek vote

    CNBC's Sara Eisen discusses the impact of the Greek vote on currencies.

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