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Monday, July 6

6th July - Only Greece





Greeks defy Europe with overwhelming referendum 'No' – Reuters
EU's Dijsselbloem says awaits Greek moves after 'regrettable' vote – Reuters
German calls for Grexit mount as EU stunned by 'No' vote – Reuters
Eurogroup to meet on Tuesday to prepare summit on GreeceReuters
Greek Vote Becoming Much Ado About Nothing Special for Euro – BB

Merkel to Meet Hollande as Europe Tells Greece to Act – BB
ECB Wary of Rushed Judgment on Greece Before Leaders React – BB
EU dismisses Greek referendum as 'not legally correct' – The Telegraph
Marine Le Pen Applauds Greek Victory Over "EU Oligarchy" – ZH 
Greece May Print Euros, Launch Parallel Currency, Nationalize Banks – ZH

Why Greece May Have A Problem Printing "Rogue" Euro Banknotes – ZH
A New Deal for GreeceFrances Coppola
“No” marks profound change for Europe no matter what happens next – Open Europe
#Greferendum: 3 Questions, 3 Answers – Bruegel
From Greece, a Resounding No! – Robert Kahn

Banks and Greece’s bailoutsSteve Waldman
Currencies Are Easy, Policies Are Hard – Robert Kahn
Eurozone: A Pyrrhic 'no'? – Carsten Brzeski  
Why debt relief could save Greece but destroy Eurozone – Europp
Independence Day for Greece! – Scott Sumner

The Greeks vote for “austerity now” – Tyler Cowen
Paul Krugman: Europe Wins – NYT
Juhani Huopainen: How to play GreeceTF
Steen Jakobsen: This is now officially a Greek tragedy – TF
Greeks did themselves a favour – soon out of the euro – The Telegraph

AEP: Creditors gain nothing from toppling Europe-lover Varoufakis – The Telegraph
Where’s Juncker? – Politco
Market Reaction to Greek Vote – in Five Charts – WSJ
The next 12 hours on GreecePolitico
The 3 big questions about what happens next in Greece’s debt crisis – WaPo

Keep calm … and reach a deal ASAP – Bruegel
Greece just taught a lesson about what capitalism really means – BI
‘No’ marks profound change for Europe no matter what happens next – Open Europe
'Europe is dying', EU opponents say, as Greek 'No' brings delight – Reuters
IMF ready to help GreeceReuters

Greek debt crisis in graphics – Reuters

  FT VIEWS
Peter Spiegel: Greece votes No — now what? – FT
Wolfgang M√ľnchau: Why the Yes campaign failed in GreeceFT
Stephen King: The key issue remains, who picks up the bill?FT
Playing morality with Greek markets – FT
Gideon Rachman: Europe should welcome Greece’s vote – FT
Peter Spiegel: Is Grexit legal? EU lawyers try to make it so – FT
 
  BANK VIEWS
The Meaning of No--Initial Thoughts – Marc Chandler
Euro Watch – Greece votes NO: what now? – ABN AMRO
Grexit - what if? Greek population prefers a NODanske Bank
Greece: NO easy solutions left –Grexit risk 65% - Nordea
More Sellside Reactions To The Greek ReferendumZH
JPM Now Sees Grexit, Eurogroup "Split In Coming Days" – ZH
'Grexit' tips over to base case for many big banks – Reuters

  EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK
ECB's Greek debt cannot be restructured – Noyer – Reuters
Nowotny: not easy for ECB to act on Greek funding – Reuters
Southern European bond yields up, but no panic after Greek vote – Reuters

Martin Sandbu: ECB strangling Greek banks unjustifiable – FT


  VAROUFAKIS RESIGNS
Minister No More! – Yanis Varoufakis
“I shall wear the creditors’ loathing with pride” – FT
Greek finance minister quits after voters reject bailout terms – Reuters
Varoufakis Quits as Showdown With Creditors Looms – BB
Stephen Pope: Varoufakis has left, Greece should do the same – TF
Varoufakis quits as Greek finance minister – FT
Yanis Varoufakis in His Own Words – WSJ
Yanis Varoufakis: the controversial ‘accidental economist’ – FT
Varoufakis' finest and most controversial moments – The Telegraph
Greek ex-minister’s finest media moments – Politico