Direct exposure to Greece is not generally a concern. Greek exposure of other European Union countries amounts to approximately 3.5% of the euro-area GPD. European banks have limited exposure to Greece's debt, which is mostly to the European Central Bank (ECB) and Internationality Monetary Fund (IMF).
Yet markets do not like uncertainty. U.S. investors responded to the Eurozone turmoil with nervousness, worried about the possibility of financial contagion spreading from Europe to the U.S. Though Greece has technically defaulted on its debt obligations, we believe that financial markets are prepared for additional Greek drama and reactions will hopefully be short-lived.
 Analysis of Bureau of Labor Statistics Data January 2015-June 2015 https://research.stlouisfed.org/fred2/series/PAYEMS/#
 http://projects.wsj.com/econforecast/#qa=20150601000 (Accessed July 5, 2015)
 https://www.frbatlanta.org/cqer/research/gdpnow.aspx (Accessed July 5, 2015)