The market spotlight will shift back towards two of the world's main central banks over the coming week - global trade wars permitting.
The focus over the coming week will shift squarely back onto China, with a raft of economic indicators on the Asian giant set for release, while closer to home the UK will on Tuesday begin to publish GDP on a monthly basis.
The focus over the coming week will be on global manufacturing and on monetary policy in the US.
Global trade frictions permitting, which they may not, the focus over the coming week is likely to be back on the Bank of England, with chief economist Andy Haldane scheduled to deliver the Annual Lecture at the Academy of Social Sciences on Thursday, at 1430 BST.
Without a doubt, all eyes next week will be trained on the ongoing trade spats around the globe between the US and its main trading partners.
Investors will have to navigate a veritable mine field of potential risks events in what analysts at Danske Bank said is set to be the "mother of all weeks".
Surveys on the services sector will be mulled over next week, with Chinese trade numbers important for commodities sentiment but pretty quiet on the companies front.
After a long weekend in the UK and US, next week the economic attention turns firmly onto the US, concluding with the non-farm payroll report on Friday, while there's plenty happening in Europe, in particular Spanish and Italian politics is worth keeping an eye on.
The coming week will bring with it readings on UK retail sales from both the Office for National Statistics and in the form of the latest distributive trades survey from CBI, referencing April and May, respectively.
All eyes over the coming week will likely be on the news-flow around the situation in the Middle East.
Where to now Dr. Carney? Or perhaps that question should be put to the hawks on the Monetary Policy Committee.
Was the 'Big Freeze', as some have termed it, that weighed down on economic activity in Britain during the first quarter just that, or was there something more to it?.
The focus over the coming week will - easily - be on the first reading on UK gross domestic product for the first quarter, at least according (sort of) to the Governor of the Bank of England.
Investors will need to navigate a steady stream of data and potential risk events over the coming week.
The market spotlight is set to shift towards China over the coming week, although over the coming weekend investors might do well to keep an eye out for any remarks from Washington as well.
All eyes over the coming week will be on Friday's monthly US non-farm payrolls report, although the ebb and flow of global trade related news may rival it in terms of the potential market impact.
The spotlight over the coming holiday-shortened week will be a on a barrage of data releases on Thursday, including a revised reading on fourth quarter gross domestic product.