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Daniel Speckhard, Fmr. U.S. Ambassador to Greece & Lutheran World Relief CEO, discusses the latest developments happening in Greece.
Ben Mandel, J.P. Morgan global strategist, discusses the latest market action including the U.S. economy and how international troubles will play out.
Today Greece says it will open 1,000 bank branches Wednesday to pay pensioners. The big question is how they open just for select people? What happens if/when people get turned away? CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports the latest.
The ECB is expected to meet on Wednesday to make a call on its ELA funding to Greek banks, raising fears they could run out of cash.
Arup Raha, chief economist at CIMB, says a Greek contagion is unlikely due to the ECB's massive bond-buying program and the fact that Europe had years to prepare for a "Grexit."
Tens of thousands of Greeks rallied in Athens as Greece defaulted on its 1.5 billion euro IMF repayment, fueling fears the country will exit the euro zone.
Steve Hanke, co-director of the Institute for Applied Economics, Global Health, and the Study of Business Enterprise at The Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, questions Greece's ability to hold a referendum on July 5.
Greek officials confirmed that the country would not make their roughly 1.5 billion euro payment to the IMF due today.
Gold prices fell on Tuesday as the prospect that Greece will default on a repayment to the IMF knocked the euro.
Larry McDonald, Societe Generale Managing Director and Head of U.S. Strategy, weighs in on Greece contagion fears.
Michael Farr; Farr. Miller & Washington President; weighs in on the latest developments on the Greece crisis.
While the world puts pressure on Greece to face reality, it's actually creditors who need the wake-up call right now, says Dan Alpert.
Antonio Garcia Pascual, Barclays chief euro area economist, weighs in on Greek drama as it continues to unfold.
The Greek debt is roiling securities minute to minute, but in the big picture, markets are resilient enough to absorb a shock, experts told CNBC.
Paul Markham, global equity portfolio manager at Newton Investment Management, discusses whether it is still worth investing in European bonds and equities.
Since Greece said it won't be able to make a debt repayment to the IMF on Tuesday, the new deadline of July 20 when a repayment is due to the ECB will be more important, says Radhika Rao, economist at DBS.
Greece's left-wing government has cast itself as the victim of Europe's stingy rich, but the country's poorer neighbors aren't buying the story.
Jack Ablin, executive VP & chief investment officer at BMO Private Bank, says a Greek default or a "Grexit" won't lead to a global economic crisis, but warns of political risks if there is a political void in Athens.
Sean Callow, senior currency strategist at Westpac Bank, discusses the resilience of the euro amid escalating concerns over a Greek debt default.
A Greek exit from the euro is still a "low odds scenario," economist David Rosenberg said. Here's where he sees a buying opportunity.