This is what you need to know before the bell:

  1. Britain and the European Union begin Brexit negotiations. David Davis and Michel Barnier will sit down almost a year after Britain voted to leave the EU.
  2. Alphabet's (GOOGL) Google is set to implement more measures to combat extremist content. The measures will identify & remove extremist or violent content from YouTube.
  3. Airbus (AIR)  unveils its plan to upgrade the world's biggest passenger jet. The A380Plus will boast a new wing design aimed at improving aerodynamics.
  4. President Emmanuel Macron's centrist party secures a parliamentary majority. En Marche won 350 seats out of the 577 in the lower house.
  5. Asking prices for U.K. properties falls for the first time since 2009. The decline comes as wage growth slows and political uncertainty grows.

Read More:

The Clock Counts Down To Brexit

Airbus Unveils the A380plus - Its Brand New Passenger Jet

Alphabet's Google Steps Up The Battle Against Extremist Content

U.K. House Asking Prices Just Declined For The First Time Since 2009

This article was written by a staff member of TheStreet.

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