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Europe flat at open as Greek vote eyed

European equities opened flat on Friday as investors look ahead to Sunday, when a Greek referendum on the country's future in Europe takes place.

Listen to Greek private sector: ILO chief

Guy Ryder, director-general of the ILO, says getting the private sector in Greece working is "fundamental" to the economy.

What a Greek 'no' vote means for banks

Lorenzo Bini Smaghi, former ECB executive board member, says a "no" vote would leave the Greek banking system in an untenable position.

What happens after Greek referendum?

CNBC's Julia Chatterley discusses the current mood in Greece and Kostas Arvanitis from Syriza Radio talks about what happens after the Greek referendum.

Biggest risk right now? (Hint: Not Grexit)

Giles Keating, global head of research for Private Banking and Wealth Management at Credit Suisse, says the biggest risk to markets is the Fed.

Why there'll be no Grexit after referendum

Apostolos Dedousopoulos, economics professor at Panteion University, discusses the possible outcomes of the Greek referendum.

OECD boss on renewable energy

Angel Gurria, the head of the OECD, says governments did not take advantage of the low oil price to push renewable energy.

The euro is not in danger: OECD boss

Angel Gurria, the head of the OECD, says the euro currency is not in danger from the Greek crisis.

Greek industry grinding to halt due to capital controls

Alexandra Pitta-Chazapi, board member for the Athens Chamber of Commerce, discusses the problems facing Greek families and businesses because of capital controls.

Is Europe a buying opportunity?

Kiran Ganesh, multi asset strategist at UBS Wealth Management, explains why the dip in European stock markets is a buying opportunity for investors, in spite of the problems in Greece.

Sweden cuts its interest rate again

Stefan Ingves, governor of Sweden's central bank, defends the bank's decision to cut interest rates, shocking the markets.

Greek referendum polls too close to call

John Authers, senior investment columnist at the Financial Times, talks about the Greek bailout referendum.

European stocks end mostly lower as Greek standoff returns

European equities closed mostly lower on Thursday, as investors awaited a high-profile referendum in Greece over the weekend.

A man puts up posters with the word "No" in Greek in Athens, July 1, 2015.

CNBC's Phil Han reports on what both sides are fighting for in Sunday's referendum in Greece.

Markets are looking for a correction: Horwitz

Todd Horwitz, author and founder of Averagejoeoptions.com, talks about the Greek situation and how the stock market may react to the June U.S. jobs report.

Consumers are driving automobile cycle: Analyst

Itay Michaeli, analyst at Citi, explains what is driving the resurgence in the auto industry.

No downturn coming to US: CohnReznick

Alex Castelli, partner at CohnReznick, explains how private funding is stopping some companies from pursuing an IPO.

US jobs growth has lost momentum: Economist

Lindsey Piegza, chief economist at Stifel Fixed Income, talks about the U.S. job market.

What next for Europe's Unicorns?

Alastair Mitchell, president and co-founder of Huddle, talks about Unicorns (start-ups with $1-billion valuations) and why some move to Silicon Valley.

Which way will the euro will be pulled?

Jane Foley, senior FX strategist at Rabobank, talks about recent moves in the euro/dollar.

Be patient if investing in China: Fund manager

Edmund Shing, global equity portfolio manager at BCS Asset Management, discusses China's economy and its recent easing policies.

Greeks need to work as a unit: Crown Prince Pavlos

HRH Crown Prince Pavlos of Greece discusses the Greek bailout referendum.

How this UK challenger bank wants to win

Andy Copsey, chief operating officer of Handelsbanken UK, discusses how the bank is challenging the major players.

Trust has been broken over Greece: Expert Thursday, 2 Jul 2015 | 3:30 AM ET
Trust has been broken over Greece: Expert

Jason Manolopoulos, author of "Greece's Odious Debt," says the trust has been broken between Greece and its creditors

Greece crisis isn't hurting us: CEO Thursday, 2 Jul 2015 | 3:15 AM ET
Greece crisis isn't hurting us: CEO

Michael Buhl, CEO of the Vienna Stock Exchange, says the company is not feeling the effects of the Greece crisis.

How to make supermarkets greener Tuesday, 30 Jun 2015 | 7:00 PM ET
How to make supermarkets greener

Green tech has transformed one NYC supermarket. How?

The real issue around a Fed rate hike Thursday, 2 Jul 2015 | 3:00 AM ET
The real issue around a Fed rate hike

Myles Bradshaw, head of global aggregate fixed income at Amundi, and Erik Nielsen, global chief economist at UniCredit, discuss the Fed rate hike path.

Europe opens higher as Greek standoff returns Thursday, 2 Jul 2015 | 3:00 AM ET
Europe opens higher as Greek standoff returns

European equities opened higher Thursday after Greece and its creditors clashed yet again over any new financial aid for the country.

Europe banks at risk from Greek contagion? Thursday, 2 Jul 2015 | 2:30 AM ET
Europe banks at risk from Greek contagion?

Filippo Alloatti, senior credit analyst at Hermes Fund Managers, discusses the outlook for European banks.

Seeing demand for low-price housing: CEO Thursday, 2 Jul 2015 | 2:15 AM ET
Seeing demand for low-price housing: CEO

Jeffrey Fairburn, CEO of Persimmon, discusses schemes aimed at helping first-time buyers.

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