Market expectations of a rate cut are growing, and this week sees a lot of central bank action with meetings of the Bank of England and the Bank of Japan, and the ECB’s forum gathering at Sintra
Markets will be watching US inflation data. In the UK, expect continued sterling volatility as potential leaders vie to make themselves electable
Politics are again dominating the agenda, with a break down in trade talks between China and the US and ongoing Brexit negotiations.
Renewed trade tensions between the US and China have caused a spike in market volatility while continued Brexit uncertainty keeps the Bank of England on hold