For the week ended 24 April 2015
- China's central bank cuts reserve requirement
- Eurozone manufacturing slows
- US durable goods data disappoint
- Teva bids $40 billion for rival Mylan
- Deutsche Bank fined $2.5 billion
China's central bank cut bank reserves again in an effort to stimulate lending and growth during a week of soft global data. Uncertainty over Greece's negotiations with creditors cast a shadow over markets. US economic reports were weak overall, with manufacturing growth slowing and durable goods orders falling.