Here is your round-up of the financial news from around the world:
1. European stocks are expected to rebound modestly Tuesday as investors return to equities after a two-day sell off in the tech sector and prepare for three central bank meetings later this week.
2. The DAX performance index and the CAC-40 are also poised to trade higher at the opening bell, but may not find direction until the ZEW Institute publishes its monthly benchmark of investor sentiment at 10:00 BST.
3. The European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, warned against any further delays in exit talks with the United Kingdom and asked the government to be more specific in terms of what it wants to achieve in the negotiations.
4. The U.S. dollar was largely unchanged during Asia hours and traded at 97.24 against a basket of global currencies as investors adopt a cautious tone ahead of the Federal Reserve’s two-day rate setting meeting which begins later today.
5. Early indications from U.S. futures prices point to a modest rebound on Wall Street, as well, with the Nasdaq poised for a 0.34% gain after leading losses for American markets over the past two sessions. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is priced to gain around 0.11% at the opening bell with the broader S&P 500 likely to notch a similar percentage advance.