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  • RBA decision in line with expectations: Pro

    There is no incentive for the Reserve Bank of Australia to cut rates now that the Australian dollar is trading below the $0.75 level, says Michael Gable, MD & founder of Fairmont Equities.

  • It's a good time to get back into China: OCBC

    Vasu Menon, vice president of Group Wealth Management at OCBC, is optimistic that Beijing's recent salvo of support measures can act as a backstop to the stock market rout.

  • Why the RBA will stand pat on interest rates

    The Reserve Bank of Australia will likely keep interest rates on hold as the central bank assesses how its earlier rate cuts are filtering through the economy, says Katrina Ell, economist at Moody's Analytics.

  • Is a Greek deal still on the cards? Ross says yes

    Wilbur Ross, chairman and CEO of WL Ross & Co, says Greece and its creditors will reach an agreement that is similar to the last-minute offer made by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker last week.

  • 'RBA will be on hold for quite awhile': HSBC

    Paul Bloxham, chief economist for Australia and New Zealand at HSBC, expects the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) to keep its cash rate unchanged for the next 18 months.

  • Merkel: Door remains open for talks with Greece Monday, 6 Jul 2015 | 1:39 PM ET
    Merkel: Door remains open for talks with Greece

    CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports the latest statements made by Angela Merkel, Chancellor of Germany, in regard to Greece.

  • Greece employees say 'don't pay us' Monday, 6 Jul 2015 | 1:39 PM ET
    Greece employees say 'don't pay us'

    CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera joins Anastasios Economou, CNBC-YPO chief executive network member, for an exclusive interview on the currency dilemma people are facing in Greece.

  • Greece is the canary in the coal mine: Fmr. Greece Amb

    Daniel Speckhard, Fmr. Ambassador to Greece & Belarus, weighs in on all things Greece and the latest market action. We need the European Union to be a strong pillar of support, says Speckhard.

  • Barclays: Grexit is now our baseline Monday, 6 Jul 2015 | 11:04 AM ET
    Barclays: Grexit is now our baseline

    Michael Gapen, Barclays head of U.S. econ, joins the Squawk Alley panel to discuss Greece, the ECB, and market reaction to come from a possible Grexit.

  • Greece: The next key dates Monday, 6 Jul 2015 | 10:45 AM ET
    People celebrate in front of the Greek parliament as early opinion polls predict a win for the Oxi, or No, campaign in the Greek austerity referendum. Crowds are begining to gather in the squares of Athens waiting for the official result on July 5, 2015 in Athens, Greece.

    Following the No vote win at the Greek referendum, CNBC takes a closer look at the key events to watch out for.

  • Greek fallout will be 'small and contained': Pro Sunday, 5 Jul 2015 | 8:24 PM ET
    Greek fallout will be 'small and contained': Pro

    While markets were taken aback by the referendum's results, the fallout from Greece will be contained, says Simon Cox, APAC managing director and investment strategist at BNY Mellon Investment Management.

  • Day of reckoning for Greek banks and the ECB Sunday, 5 Jul 2015 | 8:08 AM ET
    A woman talks to a police officer as she waits outside a national Bank branch, as banks only opened for pensioners to allow them to get their pensions, with a limit of 120 euros.

    No matter which way the Greek vote goes, the European Central Bank on Monday will face a series of agonizing decisions.

  • Greek banks plan 'haircut' on deposits Saturday, 4 Jul 2015 | 6:38 AM ET

    Greek banks are preparing contingency plans for a possible "bail-in" of depositors, sources said. The FT reports.

  • Australian retailer Lush: Things are very positive Thursday, 2 Jul 2015 | 8:51 PM ET
    Australian retailer Lush: Things are very positive

    Peta Granger, director of Australia and New Zealand of Lush, says the cosmetics retailer isn't feeling the impact of a tough retail environment in Australia.

  • Santelli: Rates have a bias to drift higher Thursday, 2 Jul 2015 | 1:30 PM ET
    Santelli: Rates have a bias to drift higher

    CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses bond prices and yields.

  • Sweden cuts its interest rate again Thursday, 2 Jul 2015 | 11:10 AM ET
    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.

  • Traders now betting Fed to wait until 2016 for hike Thursday, 2 Jul 2015 | 10:08 AM ET
    Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    U.S. short-term interest-rate futures contracts rose on Thursday on a weaker than expected government report on jobs.

  • Chart: What’s the real unemployment rate? Thursday, 2 Jul 2015 | 8:39 AM ET
    articipants listen as the Markle Foundation, LinkedIn, and others join Gov. John Hickenlooper at The Commons in downtown Denver to announce a public-private partnership called Rework America Connected, which hopes to use new programs and technologies along with initiatives already underway in Colorado, to better connect and support jobseekers, employers, and educational providers.

    The U.S. Labor Department said Thursday that the unemployment rate hit 5.3 percent in June, but does that rate tell the real story?

  • Markets are looking for a correction: Horwitz Thursday, 2 Jul 2015 | 5:50 AM ET
    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.

  • Sweden cuts key interest rate in surprise move Thursday, 2 Jul 2015 | 12:13 PM ET

    Sweden's central bank cut its benchmark interest rate to -0.35 percent and expanded its asset purchase programme on Thursday.

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