The first week of March is chock full of new economic information and key central bank meetings. The Reserve Bank of Australia, the Banks of Canada and England and the European Central Bank all will issue policy statements. Data highlights include manufacturing and composite PMIs. Canada and Australia will publish their respective estimates of fourth quarter growth. And the first Friday of the month brings the U.S. employment situation report. Also on tap are the international trade reports from the U.S. and Canada. 

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