The ECB is perhaps the best hope of bridging the political and economic fault lines in a union where cooperation was supposed to be the hallmark of a new Europe.
India's central bank has said that further monetary easing would be difficult, economists beg to differ.
So much for talk of a 'great rotation' out of bonds into equities, analysts say the best strategy may be bet on both assets.
The resilient Australian dollar is due a major correction and could fall over 40 percent in the next 18 months, according to one analyst.
Just last week, the yen looked set to weaken beyond 100 per dollar, now analysts say the currency's fall may have bottomed out.
German luxury carmaker Porsche saw record sales in China last year and the recent clampdown on gift-giving and luxury goods in the country won't have a major impact going forward.
After China's first quarter growth numbers disappointed markets, two analysts say China is failing to benefit from its brisk credit growth.
Chatter over whether Japan's stocks are due for correction gained momentum after data showed foreign investors, who have been huge buyers of Japanese equities recently, became net sellers.
The significance of move in the dollar to 100 yen should not be overdone, some analysts say.
Copper prices could fall a further 13 percent to $6,000 per metric ton in the third quarter, on weakening China demand, one analyst says.
In just under two weeks, this major currency has tumbled more than three percent. No, it's not the battered Japanese yen or beleaguered British pound.
The recent fall in gold prices reflects a loss of faith in quantitative easing measures by central banks in the West, says one strategist.
Singapore could overtake Switzerland as the world's capital for offshore wealth by 2020, a new report says.
A sell-off in China's stock market has not put of market bulls, who forecast gains of up to 15 percent in the coming months.
Growing investor bullishness over Japan's economy is being met by evaporating optimism for China, a survey of fund managers shows.
South Korea's 17.3 trillion won ($13.5 billion) stimulus package announced this week is essential to keeping Asia's fourth largest economy on track.
China's disappointing first quarter economic growth is leading to a loss of confidence in the outlook for the world's second largest economy.
The Bank of Japan's monetary bazooka has investors bracing for a flood of liquidity into risk assets. It may not happen, analysts say.
Malaysia needs put an end to cronyism and support market reforms, opposition leader Anwar Ibrahim told CNBC on Monday.
The chairman of the largest owner of industrial real estate in Japan says demand has been booming thanks to "Abenomics."