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Europe opens higher despite Greece default

European equities opened higher Wednesday, despite Greece on Tuesday becoming the first advanced economy to effectively default on a loan with the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Greece is not a systemic risk: CEO

Fiona Frick, CEO of Unigestion, says Greece does not pose a systemic risk to global markets.

Eye high-yield bonds for pensions: Prof

Luigi Zingales, co-author of Saving Capitalism and a professor at University of Chicago Graduate School of Business, says he would consider high-yield bonds for his pension, despite the risk.

Markets complacent about Greek outcome: CEO

Jim McCaughan, CEO of Principal Global Investors, says market participants have been far too complacent about the potential outcomes of the Greek crisis.

Greeks are pro-Europe: Ex-minister

Anna Diamantopoulou, former education minister for Greece's PASOK party, tells CNBC that she's confident Greeks will back bailout conditions.

Greek crisis: Buy European stocks?

Ashok Shah, director of London & Capital, says it's premature to buy European equities on the back of Greek drama.

Tsipras made a cunning move: CEO

Hendrik du Toit, CEO of Investec Asset Management, discusses the impact of Greece and its upcoming referendum will have on markets.

Can creditor demands in Greece be carried out?

Filippo Taddei, chief economic advisor to Partito Democratico in Italy, discusses what market and labour reforms are needed in Greece.

Greek referendum will still go ahead: Syriza

Stathis Kouvelakis, Syriza central committee member, predicts that the Greek people will vote "no" in this weekend's referendum.

Greece requests a bailout pre-referendum

Justin Knight, head of European rates strategy for UBS, discusses Greece's request for a new 2-year bailout program.

Europe ends lower as last-minute Greece deal eyed

European equities closed in the red Tuesday as Greece remained firmly in the spotlight for investors.

Twitter raises the limit

Direct messaging in twitter will now have unlimited characters.

This farm is in an underground tunnel

How to get the freshest, locally-grown food when you live in a big city? This underground farm, implanted in a disused WWII tunnel, could be the solution.

Could Chris Christie be president?

Ben White, chief economic correspondent for Politico, discusses the Republican and Democratic candidates for president.

Europe is now a buying opportunity: CIO

Lucy Macdonald, CIO global equities at Allianz Global Investors, discusses how fund managers may be affected by Greece and whether European equities are still worth buying.

What will replace passwords in the future?

Emmanuel Schalit, CEO of Dashlane, discusses the importance of Internet security and the future of passwords.

Has the euro zone lost credibility?

Paul Markham, global equity portfolio manager at Newton Investment Management, discusses whether it is still worth investing in European bonds and equities.

Nobody knows what's going to happen: Greek MP

Antigoni Lyberaki, a member of the Greek parliament for To Potami, discusses the political situation in Greece ahead of the bailout referendum.

German bonds 'will be a safe heaven'

Societe Generale's Kokou Agbo-Bloua discusses European markets and Greece's capital controls.

Passive investment isn't the best way: CEO

Christian Hyldahl, CEO of Nordea Asset Management, talks about how to invest despite the Greek crisis.

New rules impacting asset managers: Silverfinch MD Tuesday, 30 Jun 2015 | 3:30 AM ET
New rules impacting asset managers: Silverfinch MD

John Dowdall, managing director at Silverfinch, says new regulations are starting to impact the asset management industry.

European small caps still attractive: Investor Tuesday, 30 Jun 2015 | 3:00 AM ET
European small caps still attractive: Investor

Max King, portfolio manager at Investec, says Europe became too expensive after the first quarter, but small caps are still attractive.

Unintended consquences of Greece will hurt markets: CEO

Martin Gilbert, CEO of Aberdeen Asset Management, says unintended consequences of events like a potential Greek default will dislocate markets.

Europe seen lower; Greece expected to miss IMF payment

European equities opened lower Tuesday as Greece looks set to default on a 1.5 billion euro debt payment due to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

A lot of hyperbole around Greece: Analyst Tuesday, 30 Jun 2015 | 2:00 AM ET
A lot of hyperbole around Greece: Analyst

Alastair Newton, senior political analyst at Nomura, discusses the hyperbole surrounding the Greek debt deal and upcoming referendum.

Running out of ratings for Greece: S&P Tuesday, 30 Jun 2015 | 1:30 AM ET
Running out of ratings for Greece: S&P

Moritz Kraemer, chief rating officer for sovereign ratings at S&P, says the agency is running out of notches to rate Greece.

Grexit won't affect product planning: Dassault Systemes CEO

Bernard Charles, CEO of Dassault Systemes, says product planning is unlikely to be affected by a potential Greek exit from the euro zone.

Greece in 'biggest crisis' since joining EU Monday, 29 Jun 2015 | 11:10 AM ET
Greece in 'biggest crisis' since joining EU

Dora Bakoyannis of Greece's New Democracy party discusses the country's "biggest crisis" since joining the European Union. Bakoyannis is touted as a future leader of the center-right party.

Greece: 'We just don't know what will happen' Monday, 29 Jun 2015 | 11:40 AM ET
Greece: 'We just don't know what will happen'

Tom Caddick, head of global multi asset solutions at Santander Asset Management, discusses the mood on Greece at Fund Forum International in Monaco.

Could Fed be bigger for markets than Greece? Monday, 29 Jun 2015 | 11:00 AM ET
Could Fed be bigger for markets than Greece?

Markets rocked on Monday after Greece instigated capital controls. However, Slim Feriani, CEO of MENA Capital, says an interest rate hike by the U.S. Federal Reserve could be bigger news than Greece for markets.

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