Mubasher: This week's investors are waiting for a number of important events, especially in relation to the world's largest economies.
The most important event on the global economic scene is the Fed meeting, especially as the Bank is expected to decide to raise interest rates.
Attention is also being paid to China, which is expected to announce the new head of the People's Bank, as well as the G-20 meetings.
The US central bank will hold its monetary policy meeting next Wednesday, and expectations are expected that the Federal Reserve will take a decision at the meeting to raise interest rates.
Last December saw the last time the Federal Reserve raised interest rates.
It is estimated that the US Central Bank will implement three decisions to raise interest rates this year, but the possibility of increasing the number is not excluded in the event of recovery of inflation.
In February, the US consumer price index rose 0.2% from 0.5% in January.
Khalifa, Governor of People's Bank
China's National People's Congress (NPC) is to announce the successor to the central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan on Monday, a move that marks a qualitative leap forward for the bank.
Zhou Xiaochuan has been governor of the People's Bank for 15 years, but five months ago he announced his intention to step down.
The importance of the expected decision on China's high public debt levels is recognized as the Bank's mandate to support economic recovery and curb monetary risks in the world's second-largest economy grows.
Meeting of the Group of 20
The finance ministers and heads of central banks of the Group of 20 nations will meet on Monday and Tuesday in the Argentine city of Buenos Aires.
Global trade wars and e-currencies are expected to be the main topics to be discussed during the meeting.
The world is witnessing a trade dispute triggered by the United States after applying tariffs on imports of steel and aluminum.
The frenzy of electronic currencies has pushed financial policy officials in many countries to issue warnings about their trading, and the need to reach legislation regulating their transactions.
The Bank of England will hold its monetary policy meeting next Thursday, with expectations of maintaining the same interest rate levels.
On Tuesday, Britain's National Statistics Service (NBS) is due to announce its inflation report for February, and is expected to slow at 2.8 percent, from 3 percent in January.
The Bank of England raised the price of slaves for the first time in 10 years last November, in response to rising inflation.
In a Bloomberg survey last month, 21 economists, out of 41, expected the central bank in England to move to an interest rate hike in May.
Meanwhile, Bank of England President Mark Carney said the interest rate would be raised twice over the next three years to keep inflation at target levels.
The European Council (EC) summit will be held for two days on Thursday, amid expectations that the issue of the "BRICEST" and global trade will be the main topics of discussion.
Negotiators are seeking an agreement on the transitional period for the BRICCET, after the European Union announced in December that it would not continue beyond the end of 2020.
Last week, the UK Budget Office announced that a financial adjustment to leave the UK for EU membership would be £ 37.1 billion.
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