(Corrects the third paragraph to suggest economists expected a surplus for Czech Republic instead of deficit)

As the markets open after the long weekend due to Easter holidays, traders have very little key market moving reports to digest.

At 2.45 am ET, France's central bank is due to release the current account balance for February. In January, the country recorded a current account deficit of EUR2.76 billion.

At 3.am ET, the Czech Republic's current account balance for February is due for release from the Czech National Bank. Economists are expecting a current account surplus of CZK1.5 billion for February, following a deficit of CZK1.52 billion in January.

At 3.30 am ET, the Statistics Denmark is set to release the consumer price figures for March. Economists are expecting consumer prices to rise 1.7% annually and 0.3% on a monthly basis in March. At the same time, economists are expecting the harmonized consumer price inflation to come in at 1.5% annually and 0.3% month-on-month in March.

Moreover, the Statistics Sweden is also due to release the consumer price index for March. Economists are expecting a 0.4% annual increase and a 0.5% monthly rise in consumer prices.

Meanwhile, a couple of reports are also due from the Czech Statistical Office, including industrial production and retail sales for February.

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