Daily Digest - 31 August
Nonfarm payrolls data is due this Friday, with expectations increasing in recent days that the job market is staying strong. This keeps pressure on the Fed to stay hawkish on rates.
France yesterday accused Moscow of using energy supplies as "a weapon of war" after Gazprom cut deliveries to a major French customer.
The UK ONS states that an energy bill rebate will not feed directly into inflation statistics.
The UK pub industry is lobbying the government for a package of support, stating that higher energy costs will heavily affect profitability and suggesting many pubs could be closed without help.