Sterling Stress, Trade War Outlook, Easy Money Not Over: Eco Day

(Bloomberg) -- Welcome to Monday, Europe. Here’s news and analysis from Bloomberg Economics to help get your day started:

  • The pound is facing another week of turmoil amid internal Conservative Party squabbles on Brexit and a Bank of England decision Thursday
  • Tariff tallies. China is ready to counter the U.S. blow-for-blow in fresh signs that a trade war is upon us. Here’s where the casualties should fall
  • Japan’s exports are holding up in the midst of trade-war anxieties
  • Punch bowls. Major central banks are taking steps to unwind stimulus, but the era of easy money isn’t quite over yet
  • No go. The Dutch finance minister is rejecting a proposed EU budget as insufficient to tackle the continent’s problems
  • Sudan’s central bank governor has died of a heart attack, according to an official statement from the country’s president
  • Spain’s economy minister says the new socialist-led government is committed to budget stability
  • The Philippines will probably raise rates this week while Thailand stays on hold, and Japan could see steady headline inflation

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