Hoping to avoid a run on Greek banks, the European Central Bank becomes more open-minded about its rules.
Funds tracking the Japanese economy, corn prices and the euro will be in the spotlight for the next few days.
Prices rally as a stronger euro pressures the dollar and as investors seek protection against fiscal instability in the EU and US.
Funds tracking the dollar, Italy, oil, agriculture and autos will be in the spotlight.
The markets have largely shrugged off damaging world events until recently. Now the possibility of another downturn is too stark to ignore.
This fund provides relief from the troubled eurozone.
Prices make modest gains as the Greek Parliament prepares to hold a confidence vote for the country's prime minister.
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