The spotlight over the coming week will continue to be on the US corporate results season.
The focus over the coming week will be on the first quarter US corporate results season, with banking heavyweights Citigroup and Goldman Sachs due to report to their shareholders on Monday, followed by tech darling Nextflix the next day.
All eyes over the coming week will continue to be on Brexit, as the government and Labour try to agree on a way forward.
Brexit will continue to be in the spotlight over the coming week, with MPs set to cast indicative votes again, starting from Monday, in a bid to break the current impasse on Brexit.
Brexit will continue to dominate the headlines over the coming week, with Parliament expected to be called on again to vote on the Prime Minister's withdrawal proposal.
All eyes during the coming week will be on the third 'meaningful vote' in the British Parliament on the Prime Minister's withdrawal proposal and on the terms offered by the European Union for an extension to Article 50.
All eyes will be firmly on what are expected to be multiple key votes on the Prime Minister's Withdrawal proposal, starting from Tuesday, although political analysts appear to be completely divided as to what the result of the entire process will be; namely, an extension of Article 50, some sort of 'soft' Brexit', a second referendum or even new elections.
The most important event over the coming week will be the outcome of Attorney General, Geoffrey Cox's discussions with EU negotiators to secure a favourable interpretation regarding the Irish backstop.
All eyes over the coming week will be focused on the ongoing talks with Brussels over Brexit and what revisions to her withdrawal proposal the Prime Minister will offer to Parliament, or not.
The markets' focus over the coming week will be on the continuing trade talks between the US and China, in Washington D. C.
The focus over the coming week will be on the second round of US-China trade talks, especially during the back half of the week, when top officials from both sides are due to square-off.
All eyes over the coming week will be on the Bank of England as rate-setters on the Monetary Policy Committee update markets on their views.
All eyes on Tuesday will be on the result of the various votes in the British Parliament on MPs' proposed amendments to the Prime Minister's Plan B on the UK's Withdrawal.