Stocks To Watch
Investors' focus at the end of the holiday-shortened trading week will revert to global oil markets and the latest batch of US economic indicators.
The focus on Wednesday will very likely remain on the condition of Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
The focus in financial markets on Tuesday is likely to be on the pace of improvement, or not, in the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, both on the Continent and across the Pond in the States.
The focus at the end of the week will be on a raft of services sector surveys due out around the world, including in the UK, US and euro area.
Investors' focus on Thursday will shift back to the US labour market and the latest weekly jobless claims figures.
Financial markets' focus on Wednesday will be firmly on global manufacturing sector conditions, especially in the US.
The focus in financial markets at the end of the week will be on a raft on consumer confidence surveys due out in the US as well as on the Continent.
The market spotlight on Thursday will remain firmly on Capitol Hill as legislators in the US try to thrash out an agreement on a coronavirus epidemic relief bill.
The focus in the middle of the week will continue to be on Capitol Hill and the make-up of the roughly $2trn government spending package that Congressmen are expected to vote on to help see the economy through the coronavirus pandemic.
Investors' focus on Tuesday will be firmly on Capitol Hill amid expectations that lawmakers are close to thrashing out a stimulus bill to help deal with the fallout of the coronavirus pandemic.
The focus at the end of the week will continue to be on central banks, with rate-setters in Beijing set to meet to decide on rates.
The focus on Thursday will be on central banks and the reaction in financial markets to the European Central Bank's latest moves.
The focus on Wednesday will continue to be on financial markets and whether they manage to stabilise, even as investors digest the latest stimulus packages unveiled on either side of the Atlantic.
The focus on Tuesday may shift towards fiscal policy as investors digest the measures announced overnight in the euro area, which at least initially were met with a favourable response from some economists.
The focus at the end of the week will be on financial markets themselves and any headlines around expected policy measures on both sides of the Atlantic.
The focus on Thursday will shift to the European Central Bank, with rate-setters in Frankfurt expected to unveil increased funding for the single currency bloc's banks.
All eyes on Wednesday will be on the Chancellor's budget for 2020 and what measures he may announce to help offset the near-term hit to the economy from the coronavirus.
The focus on Tuesday will shift back to Asia, as China's national bureau of statistics releases consumer and factory gate price data for February.
The focus at the end of the week will be on the US non-farm payrolls report for February, coronavirus permitting.
The focus on Thursday will be on governments' responses to the coronavirus outbreak, with the US Congress having announced an emergency spending bill worth $8bn for coronavirus prevention and authorities in both the UK and euro area both hinting heavily at measures to reduce corporate credit risk.