European Benchmark Brent oil fell to $55.50 a barrel as Iran talks resumed in Switzerland.
Upcoming test of Britain's seven largest banks and building societies will gauge whether they can withstand a global crisis.
Bitcoin price hovers around $250, while criticism about cryptocurrency comes from security services.
Janet Yellen is scheduled to speak this week as well.
Britain was first major Western country to apply to be AIIB founding member.
Markets expect rate increase to take effect in 2016 amid lack of consensus among MPC members.
The USD index ended last week 0.53% down extending the 2.4% drop of the previous week.
Lee's current pay is equivalent to combined annual pay of leaders of France, Germany, Italy, Japan and UK.
End of the week profit booking also pushes oil prices down but upward channel since mid-January is back in focus opening doors to new highs.
More hawkish signals from the US will soon see the peso at new lows.
Sharp slowdown in house price growth in London.
Modi asks officials to rework the universal health plan after cost estimates came in at $18.5bn for five years.
More important US data and comments by Fed's Stanley Fisher and Janet Yellen are due.
The London Stock Exchange launched a yuan-denominated money market fund.
IBTimes UK takes a look at this week's Westminster gossip and political news.