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Markets' focus will switch back towards China at the end of the week with a barrage of economic indicators set for release, including readings on third quarter gross domestic product, as well as on on retail sales, industrial production and fixed asset investment for the month of September.
The spotlight on Thursday will be on the result of the European Union leaders' summit in Brussels.
With little doubt, all eyes on Wednesday will be on the European Union leaders' summit in Brussels.
All eyes on Tuesday will be on the latest Chinese consumer and factory gate price data referencing the month of September.
All eyes will be on the Far East at the end of the week, with trade figures from China, referencing the month of September, set for release overnight.
All eyes will be on the latest reading on US consumer prices referencing the month of September.
Ahead of the US consumer price report for September, on Thursday, all eyes tomorrow will be on the release of the latest wholesale price data in the States referencing that same month.
The flow of economic data is scheduled to be very light on Tuesday, with investors instead expected to focus on the ongoing Brexit talks and a flurry of speeches from top officials at the Bank of England and US Federal Reserve.
All eyes are on the US non-farm payrolls report due out this afternoon.
The economic calendar will be very light in the run-up to Friday's monthly US jobs report, with weekly jobless claims data in the US and factory orders figures for August the main figures left for release.
Barring surprises, the focus on Wednesday will shift back towards the flow of economic data out of the US.
Central bank speakers will be in the spotlight on Tuesday, with Bank of England chief economist, Andrew Haldane, scheduled to chair a session at the Rebuilding Macroeconomics Annual Conference on "Bringing Psychology and Social Sciences into Macroeconomics", at 0945 BST, in London.
The economic calendar is chock full of relevant economic data on both sides of the Atlantic.
All eyes will be on the Federal Reserve's policy guidance on Wednesday.
The calendar for regularly-scheduled economic events is exceedingly light on Tuesday, with the main releases expected to be the US Federal Housing Finance Agency and S&P Case-Shiller's home price indices for the month of September.
The focus at the end of the week will be on the government's finances for the month of August, with ONS set to release public sector borrowing data at 0930 BST.
All things Brexit will continue to be high on the agenda on Thursday, as the European leaders' summit in Salzburg wraps-up.
The market spotlight on Wednesday is likely to be on emerging markets, assuming no major developments materialise at this point on the Brexit front in Salzburg.
The spotlight on Tuesday may well end up being on China's response to America's decision to levy a 10% tariff on $200bn-worth of the Asian giant's goods exports.