With the Easter holidays looming, markets look forward to a burst in economic and data highlights including the release of Chinese Q1 GDP data, preliminary April PMIs for the Eurozone and the US, US retail sales data for March and a barrage of Q1 earnings. From central banks, we’ll get the Fed’s Beige Book and a decision from the Bank of Korea, along with various speakers. Politically, there’ll be elections in Finland and Indonesia, along with trade talks between the
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