Following the electoral rain-check for Europe, markets today are closed in the US for Memorial Day and in the UK for a banking holiday.
European Parliament elections – May 23-26 – come this week against a nationalism renaissance – a possible economic fiasco.
Details of the “deal”, Chinese debt unsustainable, elections in India, and European Parliament set to lose a third to sceptics.
Contenders prepare for a Post-May Brexit, Chinese Ambassador says waiting to restart talks, but Xi preparing for the long-haul, and Russia mulling OPEC cut.
US retreats on Huawei after XI hints at rare earth curbs, May headed for another Parliamentary MayDay on Brexit, and IRS prepares to administer cryptos.
Conservatives take parliament by storm, China suspends US trade talks, and oil up on OPEC+ decision to continue curbing supply.
Italy to flaunt EU budget restraints, US data continues to underwhelm, Aussie unemployment overshadows rate hike, and Bitcoin invades consensus.
Global data showing trade-war strain, oil buoyed by Gulf attacks despite huge API build, and Gold could be in for some Chinese panic buying.
Equities follow US index collapse southward, GBP gains on bipartisan hopes, Apple could face billions in court charges. and Bitcoin wisp-fully surge.
Uber opens with a whimper, Bitcoin crosses 7k, US data weak, Asian markets bleed, China remains intransigent, more tariffs to come.