The focus on Friday will be on UK retail sales figures covering the month of December.
Investors will be eyeing another batch of key economic indicators in the States on Thursday, with the Philly Fed's regional manufacturing index at 1330 GMT perhaps the most interesting of the lot.
The focus on Wednesday will be on the magnitude of the Prime Minister's setback in Parliament, as analysts try to determine what the likely next steps might be and, of course, the end result.
The focus at the end of the week will shift back towards the United Kingdom, with a slew of economic data set for release.
Barring surprises, the focus on Thursday will continue to be on the US central bank, with another raft of officials scheduled to take to the podium.
The market spotlight will continue to be on any potentially market-moving headlines out of the ongoing trade talks between Beijing and Washington which are set to continue for a third (and unscheduled) session.
All eyes will be on Parliament today, with MPs set to vote on two ammendments to the Finance Bill which may result in gridlock in Whitehall, by forcing the Prime Minister to obtain their approval on any deal as well as any 'no deal' by in effect taking away the Treasury's no-deal powers.
All eyes will be on the US jobs report for December, especially following a much weaker-than-expected reading on manufacturing sector activity for that same month published on Thursday, together with a barrage of Fed speakers.
The market spotlight will shift back towards the States on Thursday, with a slew of potentially market-moving data set for release, including two reports on the state of the country's jobs market ahead of the all-important monthly employment figures due out on Friday.
Financial markets' focus today will shift to the Bank of England.
All eyes will be on the Federal Open Market Committee today as rate-setters in the US meet to decide on whether (or not) to hike the country's official short-term interest rates for a ninth time in the current tightening cycle.
The market spotlight on Tuesday, barring surprises, will be on the IFO institute's closely-followed business confidence gauge covering the month of December.
Barring a surprise in Wednesday evening's no-confidence vote against Prime Minister Theresa May, which she is expected to overcome, the market spotlight is expected to shift towards the other side of the Channel, where rate-setters in Frankfurt are set to meet to decide on monetary policy.
The first thing that market participants should do on Wednesday morning is to scan the headlines for confirmation, or otherwise, that the 1922 Committee has received the pre-requisite 48 letters needed to trigger a no-confidence vote against the Prime Minister.
Brexit headlines aside, the spotlight will be on the latest wholesale price data in the States, referencing the month of November.
The focus at the end of the week will shift slightly towards the other side of the Pond, although the debates in Parliament will continue to be very closely monitored.
Investors on both sides of the Atlantic will struggle to digest the heavy flow of economic reports that are set for release on Thursday.
All eyes on Wednesday will continue to be on the parliamentary debate around the Withdrawal Agreement recently negotiated by the Prime Minister with Brussels.