The focus at the weekend will continue to be on the withdrawal process, with investors focusing on the risk of further Cabinet resignations even as they keep a tally of how many MPs support, or do not, a no-confidence vote against the Prime Minister.
The spotlight on Thursday will be on the Cabinet's decision regarding the Prime Minister's proposed Brexit deal, even as investors attempt to calculate the chances that it will pass muster in Parliament.
Property developer British Land is among those companies set to update investors, although its share price performance may end up being dictated more by what happens at the Cabinet meeting scheduled for 1400 GMT than by the company's latest set of interims.
All eyes on Tuesday will be on a meeting of the Cabinet and on whether any progress is achieved on Brexit negotiations.
Economic data will be the main focus of financial markets at the end of the week, even as investors in Asia and Europe digest the latest US central bank policy announcement.
All eyes will on the US central bank, the Federal Reserve, on Thursday, where policymakers are scheduled to meet to decide on monetary policy.
All eyes on Wednesday will be on the results of the US mid-term elections, although barring surprises most analysts expect them to result in little change to the Trump administration's policies.
All eyes will be on the US mid-term elections on Tuesday, although barring surprises most analysts expect them to result in little change to the Trump administration's policies.
All eyes will be on the US at the end of the week as the government publishes the all-important monthly non-farm payrolls report.
The spotlight will be squarely on the Monetary Policy Committee as it announces its decision on Bank Rate and Bank's Asset Purchase Facility, alongside the latest quarterly Inflation Report.
Barring surprises, the focus on Wednesday will likely be on the Bank of Japan's monetary policy meeting, with traders scanning the headlines for any whiff of any potential near-term shifts in its policy settings.
Markets' focus on Tuesday will shift to corporate results on both sides of the Pond, with social media giant Facebook amongst those scheduled to update investors.
Friday's business menu is packed with a nutritious alphabet soup, kicking off results from the likes of RBS, IAG and Reckitt Benckiser followed by US GDP for a late lunch.
The European Central Bank's rate-setters meet in Frankfurt on Thursday to decide on policy, while in the UK there's results from Lloyds Banking, WPP and Debenhams.
The UK banking sector is down 15% since the start of August and Wednesday sees Barclays kick off the sector's third-quarter reports.
After a busy week, the UK economic data calendar will quite sparse this week, though there are several companies reporting, including cash-rich Whitbread and troubled Travis Perkins on Tuesday.
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.