After a new sell-off in emerging markets around the world, all eyes are on today’s US jobs report.
Sweden’s far-right might sneak into the Riksdag via the back door, Brexit gut-check time in the United Kingdom, and new hope for US-Turkey relations.
The far-right creates political deadlock in Sweden, anti-pension reform rallies flare up again in Russia, and new rumblings of a second US-DPRK summit.
The North Korea denuclearization effort is crumbling, Putin dials back pension reform amid protests, and Argentina experiences flashbacks over unattainable IMF targets.
Qatar attempts a financial rescue of its Turkish ally, markets rejoice as new US-China trade talks are announced for late August, and Ghazni city is liberated in Afghanistan.
Belt and Road’s Kenya railway starts off in the red, Trump and Putin leave a lasting impression in Helsinki, and Japan and the EU buck the protectionist trend with a free trade deal.
Oil supply is disrupted in Libya, Turkish voters head to the polls on June 24, and the first rumblings of a Trump-Putin summit.
Another attempt at Taliban talks in Afghanistan, Venezuela’s oil industry struggles to fulfil its contracts, and Turkey secures a YPG pullout from Manbij.
New elections loom in Italy, the Trump-Kim summit gets back on track, and a Congressional bombshell on China Communist Party subversion in New Zealand.
President Erdogan campaigns on Manbij and the Iran nuclear deal nears its deadline day.