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A key day for Spanish and American relationships

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Monday is a local holiday in many towns across the Valencia region, celebrating San Vicente de Ferrer, who was born in Valencia, and so it is a holiday in the city of Valencia, as well as Torrevieja, Elche, Algorfa, Benijofar, Bigastro, and others.

The week will begin with the publication of industrial production and the trade balance for February in Germany. In line with the PMIs of the manufacturing sector in March (41.9 points vs. 42.5 points in February) and the evolution of the confidence indicators of households and companies, the industrial sector and foreign trade, which will foreseeably continue to show the weakness of the leading European power.

Likewise, on Monday we will know the Sentix index of investment confidence for April in the Eurozone.

An informal meeting of European Ministers of Agriculture and Fisheries takes place.

Back in Spain, just after midday the signing of the Social Security Agreement between Spain and the US to promote the mobility of insured workers and stimulate bilateral economic activity will take place.

Unprecedented gloom will shadow much of North America on Monday as a total solar eclipse passes above parts of the continent, creating night-like darkness in localised areas for a few minutes. Some critics have already used the natural phenomenon to ridicule solar power users for their lack of foresight! That problem doesn´t present itself so much in the UK and Spain as our next full solar eclipse is scheduled for the year 2090. Viewers in the northwest of England and Scotland will be able to enjoy a small part of this event, just don´t look directly at the light.

Monday also marks 3 years since the Duke of Edinburgh passed away.

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