The next-to-last week before the US Presidential elections will be heavily back-end loaded, with interest rate decisions from the European Central Bank and Bank of Japan both due out on Thursday, followed by quarterly earnings updates from Amazon, Apple and Facebook all due out after the close of trading that same day.
Investors focus over the coming week will be split between Asia and a raft of surveys on global manufacturing sector conditions.
Financial markets' attention over the coming week will be on what is being billed as a potentially make-or-break week for Brexit negotiations.
All eyes over the coming week will be on the release of the monthly US non-farm payrolls report on Friday, with investors keen to judge whether the jobs market in the world's largest economy is indeed stalling or not.
Financial markets' focus over the coming week is likely to be on the head of the Federal Reserve, Jerome Powell, who is due to make at least three public appearances, starting with a panel from the US House of Representatives on Tuesday and again on each of one of the next two days, before the House panel on Covid-19 on Wednesday and the Senate Banking Committee on Thursday.
The focus over the coming week will be on what some are billing as a potentially key five-day stretch for Brexit talks.
Investors returning from the Bank holiday will have their work cut out for them.
Financial markets' will shift their focus back towards global services sector conditions and central banks.
The focus over the coming week will shift back towards Asia as US and Chinese officials review progress on implementation of the phase-one trade deal between the two nations.
The focus over the coming week will shift back towards Asia as US and Chinese officials meet on 15 August to review progress on implementation of the phase-one trade deal between the two nations.
Financial markets' focus during the coming week will be on the US non-farm payrolls report for July and the Bank of England's interest rate decision.
Financial markets' focus over the coming week will be second quarter gross domestic product readings out of Germany and the US, on Wednesday and Friday, respectively.
Financial markets' focus over the coming week will be on the results of the European Union leaders' summit at the weekend and the news-flow around global efforts to develop a Covid-19 vaccine.
The focus over the coming week will be on reports covering gross domestic product and the labour market in May.
Financial markets focus over the coming week will be on the delicate balance between economic data that in many cases continues to surprise to the upside and progress on containing the Covid-19 pandemic in the world's largest economy, in particular.
The focus in financial markets over the coming week will be on the US jobs market and global manufacturing.
The market focus over the coming week will be on global manufacturing and services, with closely-followed survey for the two sectors, both in the UK and euro are, all due out on Tuesday.
The spotlight over the coming week will be firmly on central banks, especially at home, with the Bank of England set to approve a £100bn increase in the size of its asset purchase facility to £745bn.
Financial markets' focus over the coming week will be on the US central bank, as rate-setters at the Federal Reserve reveal their latest assessment of the country's economy and weigh in on the most likely path for policy.