Most analysts polled by International Business Times/Newsweek say a weak global demand, stronger dollar and trade war worries will keep a lid on crude oil prices.
Berenberg economist Carsten Hesse expects the Greek economy to clock a healthy 2.0 to 2.4 percent growth till 2020.
Neel Gopalakrishnan says markets need a more comprehensive solution, with de-escalation of tensions with the US as a starting point.
Analysts covering Tesla are debating if Elon Musk's $420-a-share proposal is a fair price for the stock, or the transaction will even materialize.
Financial analysts from major banks and research houses are yet to start regular forecasts for cryptocurrencies, indicating how far away those are from being accepted widely as an alternative investment option.
Amid the harsh political rhetoric around the Brexit debate, fear of a hard exit from EU is not shared by economists and investors polled by International Business Times.
Newsweek/IBT spoke to top economists who believe Donald Trump could win the looming tariff fight between the world's two largest economies.