European stock exchanges are expected to have fanother potentially turbulent week as they react to reports of a massive eurozone bailout.
Asian shares sunk ahead of European markets opening amid the three trillion-euro (£2.6 trillion) package.
Japan's Nikkei closed at its lowest level since April 2009.
Thai stocks fell more than 4% to a one-year low as markets opened, led by energy and bank shares, as the spot silver market in Singapore dived to the lowest level since February 8.
Share prices tumbled around the world last week amid mounting frustration at the failure of eurozone countries to act to resolve the Greek debt crisis which is threatening global turmoil. Read More