- FOMC Chair Jerome Powell testifies to Congress on Tuesday.
- The Bank of Japan's Governor Haruhiko Kuroda chairs his last policy meeting at the end of the week.
- Friday's U.S. employment report takes on added significance after stunningly strong January data.
- The National People's Congress, China's annual parliament session, kicks off at the weekend.
- The Bank of England may have to keep raising rates as consumers and businesses appear to be holding up in the face of double-digit inflation.
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Take Five: A manic March
Action-packed week ahead for world markets grappling with prospect of major central banks hiking interest rates. U.S. jobs numbers, Australia's central bank meeting, UK economic growth, China's National People's Congress and BOJ's policy meeting to watch out for.