Like the UK and America, there were no major economic data releases and the currency markets were suitably quiet. Given that headlines were dominated by Brexit news from the UK and trade war news from the US, the eurozone slipped under the radar yesterday.
However, tomorrow will be ever so slightly different as we will see construction PMI from the eurozone. The figure was 2.6% growth in June and it is expected to dip to 1.7% in July. European Central Bank president Mario Draghi is set to deliver a speech at 3pm.
Not only that, but we’ll see the start of the informal Salzburg summit – and we’ll all be closely paying attention to any hint of progress or direction that comes out of it.