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  • A 'negotiated solution' on Greece is difficult: Pro

    Simon Baptist, chief economist at The Economist Intelligence Unit, explains why the negotiations between Greece and the Eurogroup won't be smooth-sailing following Sunday's referendum.

  • Merk: Greece is a sideshow for world markets

    While the Greek crisis is "extremely tragic" for the country, it will remain a non-event for global markets, says Axel Merk, president and chief investment officer at Merk Investments.

  • TOKYO, July 7- Japanese Economics Minister Akira Amari said on Tuesday Greece and the European Union should work hard to strike a win-win deal that would keep Greece in the currency union. Greece and the EU should also take steps to limit the economic impact from the turmoil which has jolted financial markets, Amari said. "Greece has already done a lot to restore...

  • Why markets are shrugging off Greece's 'No' vote

    Francisco Torralba, senior economist at Morningstar Investment Management, outlines two reasons why the Greek crisis seems to be having a limited impact on global markets.

  • What Greece really needs: A debt relief?

    Peter Morici, professor of economics at University Of Maryland's Robert H. Smith School of Business, says European creditors need to realize that Greece won't be able to pay its debts.

  • Is a Greek deal still on the cards? Ross says yes

    Wilbur Ross, chairman and CEO of WL Ross & Co, says Greece and its creditors will reach an agreement that is similar to the last-minute offer made by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker last week.

  • Ross: Greek 'No' vote won't disrupt world markets

    Wilbur Ross, chairman and CEO of WL Ross & Co, says the referendum's results may disrupt Greece's economy, but it will have no consequences for global markets.

  • Wall Street took Greece in stride: Expert

    Scott Redler, chief strategic officer at T3live.com, discusses the modest losses on Wall Street overnight.

  • Is Greek 'No' vote complicating bailout talks?

    An emergency euro zone summit will be held Tuesday after Greek voters overwhelmingly rejected the terms of new financial aid over the weekend. CNBC's Geoff Cutmore reports.

  • Greek contagion: Will it be financial or political?

    Adolfo Laurenti, chief international economist & MD at Mesirow Financial, weighs the risks of a financial and political contagion from Greece.

  • George Papandreou

    With a vote against a proposed deal, former Prime Minister George Papandreou says his country is in a worse situation.

  • Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras puts his referendum vote in the ballot box

    National pride can be a great thing but it's been terribly misguided in Greece, says Warwick professor Haridimos Tsoukas.

  • European markets close: Greek yields spike

    CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports on all the market moving events in Europe today, including Greece and the Eurozone.

  • Why Greece voted 'no' 20 Hours Ago
    People visit the Acropolis hill with the ancient Parthenon temple seen in the background, Athens, Greece.

    This Greek "no" vote has been several centuries in the making, says NYU Stern professor Tom Cooley.

  • People celebrate in front of the Greek parliament as early opinion polls predict a win for the Oxi, or No, campaign in the Greek austerity referendum. Crowds are begining to gather in the squares of Athens waiting for the official result on July 5, 2015 in Athens, Greece.

    Following the No vote win at the Greek referendum, CNBC takes a closer look at the key events to watch out for.

  • Varoufakis resigns, but is it enough? Monday, 6 Jul 2015 | 7:05 AM ET
    Varoufakis resigns, but is it enough?

    Insight to why Greek Finance Minister Varoufakis has resigned, with CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.

  • ECB's Nowotny: All have an interest in keeping Greece in euro

    Ewald Nowotny, Austrian Central Bank head and ECB governing council member, provides perspective on the "no" vote in Greece.

  • What are creditors asking from Greece? Monday, 6 Jul 2015 | 6:14 AM ET
    What are creditors asking from Greece?

    Economist James Galbraith is good friends with former Greek FM Varoufakis, and provides perspective on his resignation from Finance Minister, and what the creditors are asking for from the country.

  • Greeks await ECB decision Monday, 6 Jul 2015 | 6:11 AM ET
    Greeks await ECB decision

    Greek Finance Minister Varoufakis has resigned, and Greeks are waiting to hear from the ECB Monday about funding to the country, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.

  • Greek banks remain closed Monday, 6 Jul 2015 | 6:00 AM ET
    Greek banks remain closed

    CNBC's Becky Quick reports citizens in Greece voted "no" to tougher austerity measures in the referendum on Sunday.