The following are the headlines discussed at Aldwin Callen's Monday morning briefing:
- After failing to gain enough support, House Republicans postponed the vote on Obamacare replacement.
- Orders for durable goods in the United States increased by 1.7 percent in February, marking the sixth consecutive month of growth.
- The Eurozone's business outlook is at a six-year high, and inflation is at 2%, allowing for less central bank intervention.
- As the global oil oversupply persists, OPEC may decide to extend its production curbs when it meets on May 25.
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