In light of Thomas Cook's collapse, a trading update from holiday firm TUI will be the main highlight on the corporate front on Tuesday, while the German Ifo will also be closely watched following the release of weak manufacturing data.
Rate-setters at the Bank of England are expected to stay put on policy on Thursday, particularly now perhaps, given the recent jump in geopolitical risk emanating from the Middle East.
Traders will have their plates full on Wednesday as the 13th round of US-China trade consultations get underway in Washington DC and rate-setters at the Federal Reserve announce their latest policy decision.
The focus on Tuesday will be on the UK Supreme Court's ruling on the Prime Minister's decision to prorogue Parliament for five weeks and allegations that he misled the Queen by asking her for permission to suspend the Chamber without explaining that his intent was to impede further debate on Brexit.
The end of the week will see the market spotlight swivel back towards the States, where a slew of economic reports are scheduled to be released on import prices and retail sales in August, alongside a preliminary reading on consumer confidence for September.
The spotlight on Thursday will be firmly on the European Central Bank's policy announcement.
US producer price data for August will be in the spotlight on Wednesday in the run-up to the Federal Reserve's next policy meeting on 17-18 September.
The market spotlight on Tuesday will continue to be on Parliament, as investors digest the results and implications of the previous night's vote on whether to hold a snap election.
All eyes on Friday will be on the US jobs report for August, with investors keen to assess the health of the American jobs market, which has underpinned solid consumption growth thus far.
The market spotlight on Thursday will shift back towards the US labour market.
The market spotlight on Wednesday will continue to be squarely on politics, especially on this side of the Pond.
Investors' attention will be trained on Parliament on Tuesday as MPs return from the summer recess with possibly as little as a week to try and head off the risk of a 'no deal' Brexit, be it through the legislative path or via a successful no-confidence vote against Boris Johnson.
Markets' focus at the end of the month will be on the possibility of a response from Washington to the latest move on trade by Beijing alongside a barrage of economic data due out across almost all the main regions of the world.
The spotlight on Thursday will shift back towards the US, where a barrage of top-tier data are set for release.
The focus on Wednesday - barring surprises on the US-China trade front - will be on Italy, where the Five Start and Democratic parties are trying, despite the differences in their political programmes, to piece together a coalition government that would allow the country to avoid new elections.
All eyes at the end of the week will be on a key speech set to be delivered US Federal Reserve chairman, Jerome Powell, at 1500 BST.
Markets' attention on Thursday will flip remain firmly on Europe - barring surprises.
Markets' focus on Tuesday will shift to Rome, where Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte is due to deliver a speech to the country's Senate, possibly ahead of a no-confidence vote against him following League leader Matteo Salvini's decision to call an end to the current coalition government with his rivals from the Five Star Movement.
The focus at the weekend will be on the American consumer as the University Michigan releases a preliminary reading for consumer sentiment in August close on the heels of a much stronger than expected reading on retail sales in July.