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Greece and its creditors need to quickly agree on a deal to address the crisis and then work out the details, U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said.
CNBC breaks down the five big stories to keep an eye out for the coming week.
Despite hitting a two-week low against the U.S. dollar, the Indian rupee remains poised for a "real trade-weighted appreciation", says Mirza Baig, Asian currency strategist at BNP Paribas.
Richard Iley, chief Asia economist at BNP Paribas and Jahangir Aziz, Head of EM Asia Economic Research at JP Morgan, outline their estimates for India's first-quarter gross domestic product.
Japan data painted a divergent picture, with industrial production and inflation beating forecasts, but consumers kept their wallets shut despite a better jobs picture.
China is pulling out all the usual easing props to counter its slowing economy, but the old hats don't appear to be working as well as they used to.
"Are they really taming volatility with their bond-buying, or just jamming it into a coiled spring?"
The plunge in Chinese stocks is likely to be temporary, and unlikely to spill into world markets unless it becomes prolonged and triggers recession in the second-biggest economy.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses bond prices and yields ahead of first quarter GDP revisions coming Friday.
Bond yields tumbled after the government's auction of seven-year notes, the last batch of this week's $90 billion offering of new debt supply.
Why is Fed Chair Janet Yellen skipping the Fed's annual symposium in Jackson Hole? Ron Insana weighs in.
Haruhiko Kuroda, Governor of the Bank of Japan, says factors such as a possible "significant wage increase" put the central bank on track to achieve 2 percent inflation.
The ECB will have to be “very careful” to unwind its trillion-euro bond-buying program, a leading member of the bank’s governing council has warned.
Profits at the Bank of Japan have soared on higher income from the bonds, but the asset pile up could pose problems when it starts tapering.
Uwe Parpart, managing director and head of Research at Reorient Financial Markets, says recent data should make the Federal Reserve "very cautious" of a premature rate hike.
Bert Dohmen, president and founder of Dohmen Capital Research Group, explains why markets need to keep an eye on the carry trade.
With a potential Fed rate hike as a tailwind, the dollar rally looks set to resume and it could be powerful.
Janus' Bill Gross says a Greek exit from the euro zone could "discombobulate" currencies and open the door for contagion in Europe.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses bond prices and yields, and the action in Greece.
The bond market has turned into a punching bag for big investors, but strategists don't see yields moving much higher for now.