There are many political events this week that could inject more volatility into the stock markets.
"Geopolitics will likely be the dominant focus for the markets as we are fast approaching the May 12 deadline for waiving sanctions on Iran based on the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action," UOB economists said.
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