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  • In fact, searches for flights to Greece from Britain and Spain are up in recent days, says travel search engine Skyscanner. Bookings for flights from Britain to Greece in July and August rose by 14 percent after banks were closed on June 29, Skyscanner said, while searches were up 12 percent in June compared with last year. In Germany, which has taken a hard line on...

  • FRANKFURT, Germany— Greece is at the last chance saloon, thirsty and out of credit. "Greece is in limbo and is sliding fast toward Grexit," said Berenberg Bank economist Holger Schmieding, using the shorthand for Greek exit. Here are questions and answers on what Greece faces next.

  • Greece is the canary in the coal mine: Fmr. Greece Amb

    Daniel Speckhard, Fmr. Ambassador to Greece & Belarus, weighs in on all things Greece and the latest market action. We need the European Union to be a strong pillar of support, says Speckhard.

  • Barclays: Grexit is now our baseline

    Michael Gapen, Barclays head of U.S. econ, joins the Squawk Alley panel to discuss Greece, the ECB, and market reaction to come from a possible Grexit.

  • 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.

  • Kickstarter crowdfunding app.

    A crowdfunding project could help bail out Greece, but not all projects are successful—or legit. How to scrutinize before contributing.

  • 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.

  • *German government says up to Greece to act to stay in euro. BERLIN, July 6- The German government signaled a tough line towards Greece on Monday, saying it saw no basis for new bailout negotiations and insisting it was up to Athens to move swiftly if it wanted to preserve its place in the euro zone. With opinion towards Greece hardening in Germany's ruling coalition...

  • Greece at a standstill

    Greek Chamber of Commerce's Constantine Michalos, provides perspective on bank closures in Greece, and the biggest fears among Greeks as they await a deal on the country's debt.

  • People celebrate in front of the Greek parliament as Greek voters vote 'No' in the austerity referendum on July 5, 2015.

    Following on from the Greek referendum’s decisive “no” vote on its bailout conditions, here are some of the best reactions on Twitter.

  • Organic recovery in US: Tom Lee

    Discussing the selloff in China's market, emergency measures there and the impact to the U.S. market, with Jay Bryson, Wells Fargo Securities, and Tom Lee, Fundstrat Advisors founder.

  • Greek banks to remain closed for days: Report

    Reuters is reporting Greece plans to keep banks closed beyond Monday by at least a few more days, according to 4 banking sources. CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera provides insight to the updates from Athens.

  • Greek effect on FX

    Keep an eye on political negotiations in the next 48 hours, explains Elsa Lignos, RBC senior currency strategist, in discussing the action in the euro.

  • Small business awaits Greek imports

    Titan Foods owner Costas Mastoras In Astoria, Queens, imports 85 percent of his store's products from Greece, but has not received a shipment in 2 weeks. CNBC's Kate Rogers reports.

  • ATHENS, Greece— Nicky Zachary closed her family's shoe store shortly after opening it Monday— the few customers who had strolled in hadn't bought a thing. I don't want to lose the dream for a better Greece. Yet there was pride and defiance in Athens after a lopsided victory for the "no" forces who want the Greek government to reject the demands of European creditors...

  • ATHENS, Greece— Government official: Greece's Tsipras speaks by phone with Germany's Merkel ahead of summit.

  • What comes next for Greece?

    CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports from Athens, where Greeks await to find out about ECB funding, an who will replace Finance Minister Varoufakis.

  • Richard Fisher.

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel is the "iron woman of Europe" and will take a principled position, former Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher says.

  • The kind of contagion I worry about: El-Erian

    Discussing negotiations on Greece's debt, and the future for the economy there, with Mohamed El-Erian, Allianz Chief Economic Adviser and Former PIMCO CEO.

  • A Greek 'leave of absence'

    Martin Feldstein, Harvard University Professor and former CEA Chairman, explains a Greek "leave of absence."