e have a very busy week ahead of us, with three central banks deciding on interest rates: the RBA, the BoC and the Riksbank. All three are expected to keep their policy unchanged, so investors will dig into the statements for clues with regards to their future plans. In the UK, focus will fall on Brexit and MPs’ return from their summer recess. Following PM Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament from mid-September, it would be interesting to see what their actions will be. The US and Canadian jobs data for August are also due to be released.
On Monday, markets in Canada and the US will be closed in celebration of the Labor Day.
Elsewhere, we get the final manufacturing PMIs for August from several European nations and the Eurozone as a whole, but as it is the case most of the times, the final prints are expected to confirm their preliminary estimates.
We get the manufacturing PMI for...
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