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Financial markets' focus on Thursday will be on a raft of survey results regarding manufacturing sector conditions around the world.
Investors' focus at the end of the month will be firmly on the US jobs market with any big surprises possibly feeding into expectations for central bank policy across the Pond, even if not decisively at the current juncture.
Financial markets' focus at the end of the week will be on US consumer confidence and another pair of Fed speakers.
Financial markets' focus in the middle of the week will be on a raft of closely-followed activity surveys on both sides of the Atlantic.
All eyes on Tuesday will be on Federal Reserve chief, Jerome Powell, as he testifies before the US House of Representatives Select Subcommittee on Coronavirus Crisis, at 1900 BST.
The market spotlight at the end of the week will be on UK retail sales data for May.
Financial markets' focus on Thursday will continue to be on the US with investors worldwide likely to still be digesting the implications of the prior night's Federal Reserve policy decision.
All eyes on Wednesday will be on the US Federal Reserve as policymakers meet to decide on interest rates.
Investors' focus on Tuesday will be on the UK jobs market with the April employment report due out.
Investors' focus at the end of the week will be trained on the UK as the G7 leaders summit in London gets underway.
Thursday will see the release of the week's key data point, a report on US consumer prices in May.
Investors' focus on Wednesday will shift to Asia Pacific, where China's National Bureau of Statistics will publish the first of the week's two main data releases, a reading on consumer prices for May.
America's jobs market will be in focus again on Tuesday as the National Federation of Independent Business releases its small business optimism index.
Friday's focus in financial markets will be squarely on the US non-farm payrolls report for May.
Financial markets' focus on Thursday will be on a barrage of 'final' surveys readings due out from around the globe covering activity in the services sector in May.
Investors' focus in the middle of the week will be on UK consumer credit and mortgage lending data for April.