Asian markets have still exhibited some growth concerns with lingering after-effects from Chinese trade data. However, the distortions to this data release are such that there is little useful information to be gleaned on the state of the world economy.
German finance minister Schaeuble suggested that he could not justify supporting further restructuring of Greek debt. This comes as we believe that Greece has reached an inflection point for growth – but also for the necessary debt restructuring.
UK industrial and manufacturing production data is due (partly predating the weakening of sterling). There are a couple of Bank of England speakers in the wake of some testy exchanges from the governor over the economics of UK exit from the EU.
More votes in the US, not really changing the state of the race. However, the Democrat Sanders won Michigan with a campaign against free trade (alleging it cost jobs). This may raise questions about the prospects for TPP and TTIP.