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In a showdown between the ECB and Greek government for a debt extension, panicked depositors are withdrawing millions from local banks.
Elga Bartsch, chief European economist at Morgan Stanley, says the most surprising element of the European Central Bank's minutes today was that the assessment of the quantitative easing program was a really balanced one.
Is the European Central Bank's quantitative easing program priced in to emerging markets? Peter Attard Montalto, emerging market economist at Nomura International, shares his thoughts.
CNBC's Annette Weisbach reports on the European Central Bank denying reports of capital controls for Greece.
Edmund Shing, global equity portfolio manager at BCS Asset Management, says the European Central Bank is heaping more pressure on the Greek government by indirectly leaking the potential for capital controls.
The Dow Jones has reported the ECB has approved emergency liquidity assistance for use of Greek banks. Details, with CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
Peter Oppenheimer, chief global equities strategist at Goldman Sachs, talks about tightening from the Federal Reserve and how it will impact other central banks.
The ECB faces resistance to allowing extra emergency lending for Greek banks, people familiar with the matter said, increasing pressure on Athens.
Saktiandi Supaat, head of Global FX Strategy at Maybank, says the euro could hit 1.13 to the dollar depending on the ECB meeting minutes due on Thursday and the outcome of Greece's debt negotiations on Friday.
Mikio Kumada, executive director & global strategist at LGT Capital Partners, says Greece and its European creditors still need to work on a longer-term solution, which will last after the current bailout program expires.
Klaus Baader, head of Research, Asia at Societe Generale, says the difficulty of a deal lies in meeting the euro zone's demands and allowing the Greek government to "save face" by meeting its election promises.
Nicholas Ferres, investment director, Global Asset Allocation at Eastspring Investments, explains why the euro zone may have to accept a haircut or forgiveness of Greece's staggering debt.
Low risk of a Greek credit crisis and improving fundamentals are reasons to invest in Europe, says David Gaud, Asia Ex-Japan Equity Fund Manager at Edmond de Rothschild Asset Management.
Roland Vogt, assistant professor of European Studies at the University of Hong Kong and Sean Darby, global head of Equity Strategy at Jefferies, discuss the odds of an agreement between Greece and its European creditors.
Ahead of the Lunar New Year holiday on Thursday, markets will be on the lookout for Japan's fourth-quarter GDP, alongside China's property data and a slew of central bank decisions.
Christian Schulz, senior economist at Berenberg Bank, says QE has played a role in Germany's position when it comes to Greek debt negotiations.
Andrei Illarionov, former chief economic advisor to Russian President Putin, outlines the "bad signs" that are hampering the achievement of a ceasefire in Ukraine.
John Derrick, director of Research at U.S. Global Investors, says latest news out of the meeting in Brussels should be a positive development for stock markets, as well as the euro.
José Manuel Vargas Gomez, CEO and chairman of Aena, says he expects to see a debt agreement between Greece and Europe soon, and also comments on the recent introduction of sovereign bond-buying in Europe.
Joe Magyer, senior analyst at Motley Fool, discusses the market impact of Greece's crisis and says the country won't be able to stay in the euro zone without making painful concessions.