Headlines: Europe will be largely in the limelight this week, with the long-awaited European Central Bank meeting, the EU summit, and recent negotiations in Brexit negotiations. A bipartisan group of senators in the US will announce a bill on...
Brexit Brexit talks are starting again after a weekend pause, with yet another meeting of EU and British negotiation teams who have so far failed to resolve deep disputes on at least three issues between themselves London and Brussels need to...
With the US presidential elections won by the Democrat Joe Biden, the market's attention is turning to the eastern shores of the pond this week. London's Biden preparations In the UK, Prime Minister Boris Johnson will try to leave behind the...
The week ahead would already be a busy one for the US and therefore the global markets even under normal circumstances. As Covid-19 cases increase, the US central bank Federal Reserve System’s monetary policy meeting, the latest non-farm employment figures,...
A new week begins with the headlines mainly dealing with Covid-19 and the US presidential election. Italy and Spain, the European countries most affected by the first wave of the coronavirus pandemic, have announced comprehensive new measures to combat...
The US presidential race continues this week. Donald Trump insists that he has dodged his Covid-19 diagnosis. US presidential race Trump’s doctor said over the weekend that the president was no longer at risk of transmitting the virus to anyone else,...
Trump’s health A cautious investor stance is maintained in the United States and world markets since President Donald Trump was diagnosed with the Covid19 amidst the spread of the virus in his circles, including his wife Melania last week. Despite the...
Asian markets strengthened on Monday with signs that China’s economic recovery is gaining momentum, heightening sentiment in the region with suppressed demand, financial incentives, and surprisingly resilient exports. Asia-Europe stocks The optimism seen in Asia was also felt in Europe. Eurostoxx...
The fourth quarter of the year starts this week. As the world’s economies become accustomed to the idea that more permanent measures will be needed to combat the pandemic in the winter, it undermines the hopes of a global...
This week’s economic data will feature monthly employment data from the US and the Eurozone, showing how recovery from the pandemic crisis evolves in two main global economic zones. Also, there will be some second-quarter growth figures worth watching closely....

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