The agenda is Donald Trump's commercial action reference
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US President Donald Trump has already launched stock markets this morning, after optimizing China's trade relations.
Trump spoke to Chinese Foreign Minister Xi Jinping, who was born at the end of the month in the hope of meeting the G20.
Asian markets have risen throughout the board. The CSI 300 index, which tracks shanghai and shenzhen stocks, rose by 3.56%, while Hongkong's Hang Seng index reached 3.79%.
However, investors do not yet have the champagne plugs.
Robert Carnell, senior economist a SHIRT, said:
I'm not sure what to do. But there is too much change in direction [vice president] Mike Pence's speech a few weeks ago to literally talk about. Surely it is not in sync with the latest accusation of a Chinese company to steal commercial secrets.
Even though Trump has set the daily tone, it will largely depend on United States employment data, which is being carefully scrutinized worldwide by retailers due to signs of inflationary pressures on the US economy.
Non-agricultural payrolls are published at 12:30, the average hourly wages and the unemployment rate are the most important data.
In the United Kingdom, the most important officials of Bank of England are busy taking media circles and explaining why raising interest rates – and warned that Brex was "not involved" in both ways.
Deputy Governor of the Bank, Ben Broadbent, told the BBC today that faster wage growth will help the real household income – a welcome sign for the British in the last century after one of the worst decades of wage growth.
Meanwhile, investors in Europe are eagerly awaiting the latest Banking Authority's stress testing on the banking sector was published in London, where the headquarters of the guard (nowadays) appeared at 17 o'clock.
Under the microscope, some 48 banks were placed and the regulator investigated how risky the assets held by the creditors – and how they will withstand the shock.
The results of Italian banks are analyzed, in particular, due to the political uncertainties surrounding the country's prospects for public finances.
•9:00 GMT: Eurozone production report in October
•9:30 GMT: UK Construction Report in October
•12:30 GMT: US employment data in October
•17:00 GMT: European Banking Authority Tests