EU finance ministers are in Luxembourg to discuss how and when Europe's bailout fund can rescue troubled banks.
Average vote against executive pay hike deals at FTSE 100 companies tumble by 18%
3% drop is FTSE 100's biggest one-day fall in two years as investors fear QE tap to be turned off in US.
The Fed could begin pruning its asset buys, from $85bn to $70bn a month, this September.
Strategists, economists and fund managers polled by CNBC expect the Fed to prune its bond buying this December.
Investors will also track British CPI data and Germany's ZEW Economic Sentiment Index.
Investors to track Fed move on bond purchases and G8 summit.
Research by campaigners comes ahead of Britain hosting the annual G8 Summit.
Better than expected US jobs and retail sales figures boost markets.
With no positive economic data, most European indices decline in early trade.
Investors tracking raft of economic data against background of Fed fears.
German court to look into legality of ECB bond purchases.
Ahrendts' £17m pay packet beats every other chief executive of a British firm in 2012.
Markets tracking output and retail data to be released by France, Italy and Denmark.
Daniel Stewart & Co’s chief economist Alastair Winter previews the month ahead in markets, politics and economics.
Markets positive ahead of US job figures which could provide pointer to Fed move on QE.
Japan's Sumitomo sold about 84 million shares, representing around half of its Barclays' shareholding
Bank of England and European Central Bank to announce rates decision.
Investors will track services PMI data from the UK, Germany, France, Italy and Spain.
Breaking the glass ceiling means more than increasing boardroom pioneers such as Sheryl Sandberg and Marissa Mayer
European investors will be closely watching developments in protest-hit Turkey.
Share Centre's Profit Watch UK report shows slimming proportion of financial firms' profits in FTSE 350.
Warwick Business School, Cardiff University and Loughborough University research shows firms’ performances falls further behind their industry rivals
Share Centre's Profit Watch UK report also highlights real terms FTSE 350 revenue drop in disappointing year.
Investors tracking purchasing managers index data from UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Hungary, Norway and Czech Republic.
Market men continue to look for cues from the Fed on asset purchases.
Fed plan to prune global asset purchases weighs on markets as investors resort to selling.
Regulator the Financial Reporting Council report notes general improvements in auditing, but finds some accountants not probing enough.
German monthly and yearly consumer price index data is expected during the day.
European markets advance for a second Day as the FTSE Reopens with 1% gain