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Exciting Week Ahead in Global Markets: What to Watch For

U.S. Jobs Data and Fed Testimony

This week brings a mix of events on both sides of the Atlantic, with U.S. jobs data, testimony from the Federal Reserve chief, and key dates in the U.S. election calendar. President Joe Biden’s State of the Union address is also on the agenda. Investors are keeping a close eye on these developments as they navigate the markets.

Super Tuesday and Government Shutdown

‘Super Tuesday’ is approaching, shedding light on the political landscape ahead of the U.S. Presidential election. Additionally, the debt ceiling issue resurfaces with a short-term measure to avoid a government shutdown. These political uncertainties could impact market sentiment and investor confidence.

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China’s National People’s Congress

China’s annual parliamentary session kicks off this week, focusing on stimulating the economy amidst challenges like a struggling property sector and deflation. Market watchers are eager to see how China’s policies will shape economic growth and market dynamics moving forward.

ECB Meeting and Rate Cut Speculations

The European Central Bank meets to discuss monetary policy, raising speculations about potential rate cuts. With high wage pressures and economic uncertainties, the decision could impact market expectations and investor sentiment across the Eurozone.

UK Budget and Fiscal Challenges

British finance minister Jeremy Hunt faces the challenge of balancing tax cuts and economic stability in the upcoming budget announcement. With limited fiscal flexibility, the budget decisions could impact market reactions and political dynamics in the UK.

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