European shares will likely open mixed values today, after the discussion of Greek debt failed over the weekend.
Greece, which is mired in debt and confident going into bankruptcy, will not receive aid if they do not agree with the plan of economic reforms, said the spokesperson of the ECB, after the meeting in Latvia over the weekend.
In this week's expected new negotiations are expected to resolve the impasse with the Greek crisis.
Central banks are also in focus this week, the Fed began a two-day meeting tomorrow.
In corporate news, the chairman of Volkswagon Ferdinand Piech, who recently told the media that it has withdrawn its support for the CEO, after Martin Winterkorn resigned.
HSBC is also the focus of investors after the bank said it can be moved back to the company headquarters in Hong Kong.
Economic consequences after the devastating earthquake in Nepal that took the lives of 3200 people until now, could exceed $ 5 billion, equivalent to 20% of gross domestic product, said the IHS.
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