The US Federal Reserve acknowledged that British influences are growing within the US – uncertainties over the UK's EU referendum having a bearing on the decision to leave policy unchanged. The financial sector may not be as integrated as in 2007, but contagion is a valid concern.
Concern about the US labour market was also expressed – perhaps an irrational level of concern, as it is not clear whether there is a problem with demand or supply. Inflation expectations were acknowledged to be all over the place depending on whether you look at markets or consumers.
UK retail sales and the Bank of England meeting are likely to be ignored. An opinion poll published yesterday indicated a large drop in support for "remain" in Scotland (though still a majority in favour), with views on independence more balanced.
Euro final CPI is not expected to show anything terribly interesting. US CPI inflation may creep up a little on the core measure – most measures of inflation in the states are around or above their twenty year averages.