Traders will still comb the minutes of the June Fed meeting for any inkling of how it might react to those international developments.» Read More
Discussing the trade on equities, with Chris Retzler, Needham Fund Manager, and JJ Kinahan, TD Ameritrade.
The play on geopolitical issues, with Ralph Acampora of Altaira Limited, who finds financials, tech and health care still attractive sectors in the U.S.
Alberto Gallo, RBS, breaks down what a Greek exit from the Eurozone would mean for the economy.
Ben Willis, Princeton Securities, tracks the market's action into the close.
Discussing the impact global turmoil is having on the oil market, with Kent Moors, Money Map Global Energy, who sites the current decline as physiological.
The play on current market conditions following Greece's historic "no" vote, with David Sowerby, Loomis Sayles; Jeff Kilburg; KKM Financial; and Steve Wieting, Citi Private Bank.
Dissecting volatility in China's market place, with Jeff Reeves, Investorplace.com.
CNBC contributors Larry Kudlow and Robert Reich, Economics professor at UC Berkeley, discuss all action out of Greece and what is next.
Oil could continue to spiral lower, as concerns about global growth collide with record production and the potential for more supply from Iran.
Iran's state news agency says serious differences remain after a ministerial meeting in Vienna, and the Tour De France bicycle race came to a grinding halt after a massive pile up caused 2 dozens riders to topple over, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
Brian Belski, BMO Capital Markets chief investment strategist, discusses investment strategies in the current markets.
Phil Orlando, Federated, and Michael Jones, Riverfront Investment Group, discuss investing in the 2nd half and the latest market action.
Backed by coalition airstrikes, Kurdish forces say they have repelled several attacks by Islamic militants; the South Carolina general assembly is debating the fate of the confederate flag; and GoPro unveils its tiniest camera, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
CNBC contributor Ron Insana says that China is in a bubble and rescue efforts may prove futile.
Ed Yardeni, Yardeni Research Pres., discusses the resiliency of U.S. markets and the world economy.
A court has again overturned the conviction of Sergey Aleynikov, the former Goldman Sach's programmer charged with stealing confidential material; and Oreos is getting a skinny new look, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
Ian Bremmer, Eurasia group President, discusses talks on Greece to exit euro zone and what is to come of Europe's economy.
The FMHR traders discuss where to find opportunity in the stock market and what else to pay attention to aside from Greece.
Developments in Greece and China bear watching but will have limited or no effect on the U.S. economy or markets, strategist Tom Lee says.
Iran's nuclear talks continue in Vienna and a deal is hoped to be reached by tomorrow; U.S. and South Korean forces are conducting a joint military drill in South Korea; and the co-founder of Burt's Bees has died, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.