Vassili Serebriakov, currency strategist at BNP Paribas, says the euro has become a funding currency which means it is now negatively correlated with risk.» Read More
FRANKFURT, July 5- The European Central Bank is likely to maintain emergency funding for Greek banks at its current restricted level, people familiar with the matter said on Sunday, a move that will see lenders run out of cash soon. Although a final decision has yet to be taken and the matter will be the subject of debate when ECB policy setters talk on Monday, they are...
ATHENS, July 5- Having squarely rejected the terms of new financial aid for their cash-strapped country, Greece wakes up to an uncertain future on Monday. Like other "No" voters, Efthimiadis said he did not believe warnings by European and some Greek officials over the past week that a "No" vote would set off a cascade of events that would usher Greece out of the euro.
Over 60 percent of Greeks voted 'No' in a referendum asking them to accept new financial aid on Sunday. CNBC's Julia Chatterley has more from Athens, while Geoff Cutmore reports from Brussels.
Discussing the future of Greece and the euro, with Raoul Ruparel of Open Europe.
Standard & Poor's chief rating officer Moritz Kraemer, discusses the likelihood of a deal "Grexit."
Thanos Vamvakidis, BofA Merrill Lynch, provides perspective on the "no" vote in Greece, which asks their government to turn down a proposal from its creditors.
Insight to how the historic "no" vote in the Greece referendum is showing up in Asia markets, with CNBC's Adam Bakhtiar.
European institutions need to urgently discuss a humanitarian aid program for Greece, the president of the European Parliament said.
European Parliament President Martin Schulz addressed the results of the Greek referendum on Sunday evening.
CNBC's Julia Chatterley speaks to Teneo Holdings' Wolfango Piccoli, about plans by European leaders, including Germany's Merkel and France's Hollande meeting on Monday, and the ECB.
Greeks voted in favor of the "no" option—asking their government to turn down a proposal from its creditors that would have included more austerity.
Member of the European Parliamen David Campbell Bannerman, says Greece leaving the euro would be "bloody," but would be better for the country.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is speaking after the Greek people voted "no" in the referendum, which rejects the proposals of the country's European creditors.
Panicos Demetriades, former Governor for Central Bank of Cyprus, discusses the difficult issues with Greece's debt.
CNBC's Julia Chatterley discusses news Greece's conservative opposition leader Antonis Samaras has stepped down.
Kit Juckes, Societe Generale, shares his view of peripheral bonds, and where the markets trade Monday morning.
SYRIZA Mep Stelios Kouloglou, says he believes Greek PM Tsipras will make moves to reunite everyone again.
Politico's Matthew Kaminski discusses the IMF's position in Greek debt talks, and what a "Grexit" could mean for Europeans.
Greece's conservative opposition leader Antonis Samaras just stepped down, reports Julia Chatterley.
Steve Keen, chief economist for IDEA, shares his advice for Greece going forward.