Market participants will focus their attention on the latest policy announcement from the US Federal Reserve on Wednesday as they look for further clues on tapering.
The focus in financial markets on Thursday will be on a slew of key activity indicators in the US.
All eyes in the middle of the week will be on a raft of key economic activity data in the People's Republic of China.
All eyes on Tuesday will be on the latest reading for US consumer prices in August.
All eyes at the end of the week will be on the latest UK gross domestic product data.
All eyes on Thursday will be on the European Central Bank as it meets to decide on policy.
Wednesday's focus in financial markets will be on the Federal Reserve's Beige Book, which will be published after the close of markets in the US.
All eyes on Tuesday will shift towards the People's Republic of China, where readings are due out on international trade and foreign exchange reserves in August.
The market spotlight at the end of the week will be on the release of the monthly US jobs report, with investors keen to assess what impact the spread of the Delta variant of Covid-19 is having on the labour market.
Financial markets' focus on Thursday will be on a barrage of US economic data, including the latest data for weekly jobless claims.
The main focus on Friday will be a speech by US Federal Reserve chair Jerome Powell at the Jackson Hole symposium in Wyoming, as investors watch out for any fresh clues on tapering.
Investors' focus on Thursday will be on gross domestic product data in the US that will offer investors a first glimpse into how the economy fared over the three months to June.
The economic calendar is quite sparse in the middle of the week.
Financial markets' focus on Tuesday may be on the geopolitical for a change, as G7 leaders meet to discuss the situation in Afghanistan.
Financial markets' focus at the end of the week will be on the UK with key indicators related to the consumer and public sector finances set to be published.
Financial markets' focus on Thursday will shift back to the US, where more key economic indicators are due out.
Markets' main focus in the middle of the week will be on the minutes of the US central bank's 27-28 July policy meeting and whether momentum is continuing to build among policymakers to announce the beginning of tapering of the Fed's bond purchases over the next few months.
All eyes on Tuesday will be on the June employment report.
Friday's main economic data release will be a preliminary reading on the University of Michigan's US consumer confidence index in July.
Financial markets' focus on Thursday will be a on slew of activity readings for the British economy in June.