Europe Set To Open Better As Traders Eye Second Spherical Of Brexit Talks

The data is likely to dampen expectations of robust economic growth in the second quarter.
Elsewhere, China reported stronger-than-expected economic growth data on Monday as the world’s second-largest economy was supported by robust industrial output, retail sales and exports.
U.K. Brexit Secretary David Davis is set to resume talks with the EU’s Michel Barnier in Brussels on Monday.
Meanwhile, in the U.S. on Friday, data showed consumer prices were unchanged in June and retail sales slipped for the second consecutive month.
The Chinese economy grew 6.9 percent (year-on-year) in the second quarter to keep pace with the first quarter of 2017, according to the National Bureau of Statistics.

Read more on: