Don't expect any major monetary policy announcements this week as the world's central bankers are on their way to Jackson Hole, a small town in Wyoming, for the annual economic symposium
Exchange-traded funds and other listed exchange-traded products in Europe gathered net inflows of US$10.16bn in July, says ETFGI, a London, England-based independent research and consultancy firm.
The euro fell on Thursday after the European Central Bank's governing council expressed concerns about the exchange rate "overshooting" in the minutes of its July meeting
The latest eurozone inflation figures released on Thursday show a stable picture for core inflation, which remained unchanged at 1.3% and at 1.5% for the wider European Union
A wet and windy turn in the British summer in July put consumers off visits to the high street and other shopping centres as retail sales growth slowed from June's energetic pace
Eurozone growth rose faster in the second-quarter than in the first three months, and pipped expectations of a flat reading, according to the flash gross domestic product estimate
Good news for Britain's consumers after UK labour market data show employers are responding to pressure to lift workers' pay as the unemployment rate falls to a 42-year low
The US dollar got a boost on Tuesday after data showed retail sales in the US held up well in July, while a measure of business activity among New York state's manufacturers rose at its fastest pace in three years