The trade truce between US and China provides a positive, pro-growth start to the week with industrial commodities, commodity currencies and shares in focus. The monthly reads on manufacturing and services could spur or curtail investor sentiment, depending on the numbers. Retail sales and and the weekly release of oil inventory data will round out the picture.

Later in the week employment and GDP data take over as potential market drivers. The expected highest impact data only is highlighted in these snaps. For a comprehensive look at all the data please use the market calendar function on both the Next Genertaion and Stockbroking Pro platforms.

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