MILAN, July 21- The European Central Bank will examine on Thursday a plan by Monte dei Paschi to sell bad loans, three sources close to the matter said, as Italy's third-largest bank works to comply with a regulatory demand to strengthen its balance sheet. The stock has already lost 74 percent this year against a 50 percent drop for the sector in Italy. » Read More
Guillaume Chatain, Executive Director and Head of Equity Solutions at JP Morgan Private Bank, expects Athens to seek changes to Monday's bailout deal over the next couple of months.
Patrick Basham, Director at the Democracy Institute, says Clinton's populist speech on Monday "threw a lot of red meat at the liberal center-left base of the party."
Jason Brady, Head of Fixed Income & Managing Director at Thornburg Investment Management, doesn't expect the Greek citizens to willingly accept the new harsh measures outlined in the bailout deal.
John Canally, Investment Strategist and Economist at LPL Financial, explains why Greece still faces long-term structural problems.
Rahul Chadha, Co-Chief Investment Officer at Mirae Asset Global Investments Hong Kong, is confident both creditors and Athens can reach a compromise.
Xavier Denis, Global Strategist at Societe Generale, expects a deadline to be set on Wednesday due to a fundamental lack of trust between creditors and Athens.
Mark Melatos, Senior Lecturer at the University of Sydney's School of Economics, explains why a 5-year exit from the common currency isn't likely for Greece.
Dominic Schnider, Head of Commodity & APAC Forex at UBS Wealth Management, explains his optimism even as an emergency summit in Brussels continues into Monday.
Malcolm Wood, Chief Investment Strategist for Australia at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, says global financial and trade exposure to Greece are much lower from previous years, so risks are limited.
Robert Kahn, Senior Fellow for International Economics at the Council on Foreign Relations, says Germany purposely proposed the idea of a 'time-out' to provoke debate and maintain their tough stance.
Greece has submitted a package of reform proposals to its euro zone creditors. Tasos Telloglou, TV Presenter and Investigative Journalist at Star Channel, has more from Athens.
For the first time, Greece submitted a proposal that is close to creditors' expectations, says Eric Robertsen, head of global macro strategy at Standard Chartered Bank.
Jing Ulrich, MD & Vice Chairman of Asia Pacific at JP Morgan, says it is crucial to monitor if the market selloff has affected the real economy as well as the pace of reform.
Tony Prestedge, chief operating officer of Nationwide, discusses Apply Pay, which comes to the U.K. in July, and why banks are supporting it.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon speaks to Dale Jones, country manager at RMA Myanmar, about the investment opportunities and challenges in Myanmar.
Arun Jaitley, minister of finance of India, says India's stock market has "its own logic" and comments about how stalling reforms are weighing on stocks are "completely unfounded."
Yoon Chou Chong, investment director at Aberdeen Asset Management, Singapore, says Indian shares are taking a breather due to factors like rising valuations and the debate on the minimum alternate tax.
Kyriakos Mitsotakis, Greek MP at the New Democracy Party, says he sees "no conceivable option" for Greece to default, as it would be "a completely catastrophic scenario."
Jan Dehn, head of research at Ashmore Investment Management, says the real upside for India is the domestic economy; adding that the real constraints are the lack of reforms and inefficiencies; all of which India's Prime Minister is addressing.
Anatoli Annenkov, senior European economist at Societe Generale, says that for Greece to pay back all of its loans, there needs to be more progress at the next Eurogroup meeting.