The FTSE 100 ended the week 159. 9 points higher, closing at 7,129. 71 on Friday.
Financial markets' focus over the coming week will be on inflation readings due out across the world's largest economies, including China, euro area and US.
The FTSE 100 ended the week 31. 25 points higher, closing at 6,969. 81 on Friday.
The Bank of England will be front and centre on investors' minds when they meet to decide on policy on Thursday.
The market spotlight over the coming week will be on the Federal Reserve as central bankers in the US meet to decide on policy on Wednesday.
The FTSE 100 ended the week down 80. 97 points, closing on Friday at 6,938. 56.
The coming week's focus in financial markets worldwide will be on a raft of purchasing managers indices due out on Friday in the UK, euro area and US, and covering the month of April.
The FTSE 100 ended the week 103. 78 points higher, closing at 7,019. 53 on Friday.
Investors' attention over the coming week will be divided between a slew of data due out on either side of the Pacific, in China and the US.
The FTSE 100 ended the Easter Monday-shortened week 178. 45 points higher, closing at 6,915. 75 on Friday.
Investors' focus at the start of the second quarter will be on a raft of surveys results for services sector activity from around the world.
The FTSE 100 ended the Good Friday-truncated week 3. 29 points lower on Thursday, ending the session at 6,737. 30.
The coming holiday-shortened week is likely to be focused on the next monthly non-farm payrolls reports in the States, with any upside surprise versus economists' forecasts likely to be very well received by investors.
The FTSE 100 ended the week 31. 88 points higher, closing on Friday at 6,740. 59.
Stock markets are recovering from the lows of the session as the week heads to a close, after the sudden bout of volatility yesterday that seemed to point to a renewed selloff.
The FTSE 100 ended the week 52. 76 points lower, ending Friday’s session at 6,708. 71.
Financial markets' focus will shift to the US and UK over the coming week, as rate-setters in both jurisdictions meet to decide on policy, on Wednesday and Thursday, respectively.
The FTSE 100 ended the week 131. 05 points higher, as it closed at 6,761. 47 on Friday.
The market spotlight during the coming week will shift to the outlook for inflation around the world.
Investors focus at the start of the month will be on the US non-farm payrolls report for February, which is expected to show a somewhat stagnant US jobs market.
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