President Mugabe has handed in a written letter of resignation, putting a halt to impeachment hearings, the speaker of Zimbabwe's parliament said on Tuesday.
Sales of US existing homes rose more than expected in October, according to data from the National Association of Realtors.
Chancellor Philip Hammond's Budget will dominate the UK headlines on Wednesday, with a moderately busy corporate diary not including results from United Utilities, Thomas Cook, Sage and SSP.
Philip Hammond faces a near-impossible task as he seeks to balance competing demands when delivering his budget.
UK manufacturing output growth has leapt to a 29-year high as the weak pound drives export demand, though Brexit uncertainty is holding back investment.
Senior ministers have backed Theresa May's plan to double Britain's offer of payment to leave the EU to €40bn, reports said.
UK public sector net borrowing increased more than expected last month, primarily driven by a surge in interest payments on index-linked gilts due to the rise in inflation.
The UK electoral regulator has opened a new investigation to establish whether one of the main pro-Brexit campaign groups broke election spending rules.
According to a recent survey by IHS Markit, household budgets had been squeezed dry as Britons found it increasingly difficult to borrow.
British Airways's plans to introduce a policy whereby those purchasing the cheapest tickets will be called last has prompted a a very negative reactions from its passengers.
Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe has refused to step down as leader of the country despite pressure from his own Zanu-PF party and the army.
All eyes turned towards Philip Hammond on Monday after the Chancellor claimed that there were "no unemployed people" in the UK.
Australian interest rates could remain at their record lows for up to a year more, the International Monetary Fund said on Monday.
Banks and financial services firm operating in the UK will lose their so-called 'passporting rights' after Britain leaves the European Union, the EU’s chief Brexit negotiator said on Monday.
Frank-Walter Steinmeier, the President of Germany, said on Monday that he expected all parties elected to parliament to make every effort to enable the formation of a government after coalition talks fell apart earlier in the day.
Tuesday offers a prelude to a particularly keenly watched Autumn Budget the follow day from Philip Hammond, while it's a busy day of corporate results are due from the likes of CRH, Easyjet, Kingfisher and Johnson Matthey.
Factory gate price increases in the euro area's largest economy slowed down by a tad less than expected in October.
A parliamentary report has called on the government to introduce legislation which will aid so-called 'gig economy' workers and prevent companies from withholding benefits from their staff.
Negotiations to form a German government have collapsed after the withdrawal of the liberal FDP party from three-party coalition talks.
Robert Mugabe has made his first public appearance after being placed under house arrest by the country's military on Wednesday.