Time to tread carefully
Hung parliament most likely result
European political risk rises
No ECB rate rise before 2020
Impact on markets
Ahead of German election
Pointers on bonds and equities
Investment sector reaction
Euro falls to 20-month low
Three probable scenarios
Ahead of Italian referendum
US election has implications for Europe
Final part of continental divestment strategy
Jupiter's John Chatfeild-Roberts has warned investors not to get carried away with the euphoria surrounding equity markets, saying many companies are being kept afloat by low interest rates.
European bond and stock markets saw a sharp sell-off on Monday after a shock result from the Italian election, where no political group managed to win a majority vote.
Governments across Europe are set to buy Spanish and Italian bonds through two European rescue funds, a move the ECB hopes will send a signal to financial markets that Germany is behind the eurozone.
Ratings agency Moody's Investors Service has cut the long-term debt and deposit ratings for 26 Italian banks as the crisis in Europe clouds their prospects.
A "disorderly" default in Greece could cause more than €1trn (£833bn) damage to the eurozone, a confidential report has warned.