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.
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.
Adam Cole, head of currency strategy at RBC, discusses the euro/dollar moves after the latest news from Greece.
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.
Themis Themistocleous, CIO for EMEA at UBS, talks about the likelihood of a "Grexit" and what factors would induce this potential scenario.
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.
Adonis Georgiadis, MP with the New Democracy party, says that although Yanis Varousfakis' departure is "good news," it won't be enough for Greece.
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.
CNBC's Dominic Chu looks at how the markets are likely to open tomorrow, following the Greek no vote.
Anastasios Economou, iGroup and YPO member, looks at the impact of the situation in Greece on tourism and the overall economy.
Peter Costa, Empire Executions offers his perspective on how the markets will react tomorrow. Michael Farr, Farr, Miller & Washington, weighs in.
Kaori Ejoji of CNBC Asia discusses how the Asian markets have reacted this morning to the Greek no vote.
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?
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.
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?
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.
Call it the contrarian trade of 2015: Buy the euro on Greece's crisis.
CNBC contributor Ron Insana looks at whether investors should be more concerned with China, Greece or Puerto Rico?
Christian Menegatti, Windhaven Investment Management, answers the question of whether Greece will stay or leave the euro zone.
CNBC's Sara Eisen discusses the impact of the Greek vote on currencies.
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