This week, more Greek discussions will take place. While many of us may be quite out-Greeced, April will be important as Athens is said to run out of money April 20 unless it secures new funds. The country badly needs to stick to reforms at this stage, or it could face (this time, seriously) having to exit the euro zone.
As usual, minutes from the US Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank will be closely watched, with Yellen set to speak before we have the big reveal of Friday's non-farm payroll numbers. Capital Economics is looking for a gain of 290,000 jobs, following the average of the last six months, and they foresee a further slight drop in the actual unemployment rate from 5.5 percent to 5.4 percent.
Most economists are still expecting the Fed to hike rates in June, although the dovish Chicago Fed President, Charles Evans, reiterated last week: "There is no compelling reason for the Fed to tighten—they should wait until 2016".
In the U.K., we're in the run-up to May's General Election. Look out for the debate of seven on Thursday: David Cameron (Cons), Nick Clegg (Lib Dem), Ed Milliband (Labour), Natalie Bennett (Green), Nigel Farage (UKIP), Nicola Sturgeon (SNP) and Leanne Wood (Plaid Cymru).
We get a reading on the Japanese economy too with the release of the Japanese Tankan business survey.