Good Morning Traders! This Monday is a very quiet day for Europe.
Here is what to keep in mind.
As Israel postponed its ground assault of Gaza in the face of diplomatic efforts to obtain the release of more hostages, oil prices fell, mirroring declines in broader global markets.
As domestic long-term interest rates rise in sync with those in the US, Bank of Japan officials are debating whether to adjust the yield-curve control program's settings, the Nikkei daily said on Sunday without citing its source.
According to reports in the media, Japan's ruling Liberal Democratic Party suffered a loss in at least one of the two special elections held on Sunday, dealing Prime Minister Fumio Kishida—whose popularity has fallen to its lowest point since taking office—another defeat.
In a much-needed boost for Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, Moody's Investors Service reduced its negative credit assessment on the UK while Standard & Poor's maintained a stable outlook.
Good Luck Today Traders!