Stocks To Watch
Financial markets' focus at the of the week will pivot to the Continent, where preliminary readings for second quarter gross domestic product are scheduled in several countries, including in the European Union's four largest economies.
Financial markets' focus on Thursday will be on a preliminary reading for US gross domestic product in the second quarter.
All eyes on Wednesday will be firmly on the US Federal Reserve as rate-setters meet to decide on monetary policy.
The economic spotlight will be on the US on Tuesday, with durable goods orders figures for June set for release.
Investors' focus at the end of the week will be on the results of a raft of purchasing managers' surveys for manufacturing and services sector activity in the euro area, UK and US.
All eyes on Thursday will be on the European Central Bank's policy meeting, its first following the conclusion of its multiannual strategy review.
The focus on home shores on Wednesday will be on public sector net borrowing data for June.
Financial markets' focus on Tuesday will be on central banks in the Asia Pacific region.
Investors' focus on Thursday will be on the latest UK jobs data which according to some economists might surprise to the upside, even if only on account of methodological changes.
Financial markets' focus in the middle of the week will continue to be on inflation, but on this side of the Pond this time around.
The focus in financial markets on Tuesday will be on the US and China.
Financial markets' focus at the end of the week will shift to China.
Financial markets' focus on Thursday will be on the results of the European Central Bank's strategy review.
The focus in financial markets in the middle of the week will shift back towards the US central bank, which is scheduled to release the minutes of its 15-16 June policy meeting.
The spotlight on Tuesday will fall on the US services sector as the Institute for Supply Management publishes the results of its closely-followed Purchasing Managers survey covering the month of June.
The focus in financial markets at the end of the week will be on the US jobs market, as the Department of Labor publishes non-farm payrolls data for June.