This week's economic data is expected to show improvements in global momentum. In the UK, with the election two weeks away, the Conservatives' lead in the polls continues.
What next for US-China trade talks? And while UK data continues to reflect uncertainty, in Europe there are positive signs of stabilisation.
US equities continue to climb. Emerging market stocks and currencies slip back as Hong Kong disruption intensifies. In politics, major televised debates are held this week in both the UK and US.
The UK economy continues to flag. The eurozone fares better as Germany avoids recession, and in China the authorities look increasingly likely to intervene further to support growth.
Markets are looking out for a raft of global economic data due this week, as well as digesting political events such as the weekend's Spanish election results and upcoming US impeachment hearings.
China and the US agree in principle to remove tariffs, sparking a wide rally in equities. In the UK, the Bank of England has held its key interest rate unchanged – while indicating a readiness to cut.
Markets are buoyed by broadly positive data and the Federal Reserve's rate cut. In Europe, Germany may have slipped into a technical recession. Uber and Disney to report this week, among others.
The UK Parliament votes today on an election. Later in the week, investors will be scrutinising US and eurozone economic data and looking for clues on US monetary policy.
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