After a historic week in which Republican Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th President of the United States, investors will get back to the business of watching economic data for fresh indications on the health of the economy, with Friday’s advanced reading for U.S. growth in the spotlight. Meanwhile, in the U.K., market players will pay close attention to a first estimate of U.K. fourth quarter GDP for further signals on the continued effect that the Brexit decision is having on the economy.
In the euro zone, traders will await flash survey data on euro zone business activity for fresh clues on the health of the region’s manufacturing and services sector.
Elsewhere, Japanese inflation data will also be in focus as investors assess the need for further stimulus in the world’s third’s largest economy.
In emerging markets, traders will focus on a key rate decision by Turkey’s central bank on Tuesday.