This week is a busy one indeed: The PMI readings for February will be out for all the key economies, with the critical U.S. and China readings taking the spotlight. In monetary policy, the RBA, BoC and ECB all meet (albeit most likely to do nothing but talk). And of course Q4 2010 GDP results are out this week for Australia, Canada, and the EU. Last but not least, the U.S. nonfarm payrolls on Friday are widely expected to mark a good end to the week.
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