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Investors will be treated to a fresh batch of economic data Stateside at the end of the week.
All eyes on Thursday will be on a batch of fresh economic data due out in the States, including a revised reading on first quarter gross domestic product.
All eyes in the middle of the week will revert to the US central bank as it releases the minutes of its 3-4 May policy deliberations.
The market spotlight on Tuesday will fall on the results of a raft of factory and services sector indices from S&P Global covering the month of May.
The market spotlight at the end of the week will be on UK retail sales figures for the month of April, as economists try to discern how the consumer is holding up and reacting to the uncertainty at home and overseas.
Another batch of US economic data on Thursday may help to further shape the ongoing debate around recession risks in the US towards the end of 2022.
The market spotlight on Wednesday will fall on consumer price inflation in the UK.
The market spotlight on Tuesday will be on UK employment with economists keen to see whether the labour market remains tight and how well - given the ongoing cost-of-living crisis - wage growth is holding up.
Inflation will continue to top the economic agenda at the end of the week with readings on price pressures and economic agents' expectations for them due out on either side of the Pond.
Investors attention on Thursday will be on the preliminary reading of UK economic growth during the first quarter, which is expected to have held up well.
The market spotlight on Wednesday will be firmly on the US and whether consumer price inflation did indeed peak in April as some economists have posited.
Investors' focus on Tuesday will be on a raft of Fed speakers who are due to take to the podium, given some market watchers' concern that the US central bank is not moving fast enough on tightening monetary policy.
Financial markets' attention at the end of the week will be on the US non-farm payrolls report for April.
All eyes on Wednesday will be on the US central bank to see whether rate-setters follow through on their recent accelerated plans for tightening policy or even go a bit further.
Investors' attention at the end of the week will be on a raft of inflation readings on either side of the Atlantic.
The market spotlight on Thursday will be on a preliminary reading for first quarter US gross domestic product.
The market spotlight on Wednesday is likely to be on European Central Bank boss, Christine Lagarde, in light of recent weakness in the single currency.
The market spotlight on Tuesday will be on the corporate side of things with HSBC and Microsoft both due to update shareholders.
All eyes on Thursday will be on attempts to try and at least work out a ceasefire deal in the Ukraine conflict over the Orthodox Easter holiday, as well on restarting talks between Russia and Ukraine.
The market spotlight in the middle of the week will be on the US central bank as its next policy meeting starts to come into view.
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