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Investors' attention is now turning to ECB meeting, news conference on Thursday.
Here's a look at how markets could react to Sunday's referendum.
The Italian referendum, Brexit challenge hearings and ECB monetary policy meeting are the week's main events.
Watch out for Italy's referendum to be the third leg of this year's populist stool, and make sure your portfolios are positioned accordingly.
European assets have muted reaction to U.S. nonfarm payrolls.
Reports of the euro's death are highly exaggerated, again.
Brexit and the U.S. election have introduced far more uncertainty than previously assumed.
Chinese money will be harder to take out of the country to buy foreign property.
Worker unrest at foreign companies has left Communist officials in a quandary; but it's increasingly a cost of doing business in China.
The OECD forecasts, eurozone inflation and UK banks stress test results are the highlights of the week.

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