This week in Europe, Brexit negotiations between the United Kingdom and the European Union continue, following a UK bank holiday on Monday.
Plus on Thursday, key eurozone economic data is released: consumer price inflation for August and unemployment figures for July. These are among the most important economic data points for the European Central Bank's policy decisions. The ECB's next policy meeting is set for September 7.
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