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Hoping for a hit: Idris Elba in the new Netflix comedy 'Turn Up Charlie', in which he plays a struggling DJ and eternal bachelor who reluctantly becomes a male nanny to his famous best friend’s wild child daughter. Netflix will release an earnings update this week. Photo: Nick Wall/Netflix/PA Wire

Hoping for a hit: Idris Elba in the new Netflix comedy 'Turn Up Charlie', in which he plays a struggling DJ and eternal bachelor who reluctantly becomes a male nanny to his famous best friend’s wild child daughter. Netflix will release an earnings update this week. Photo: Nick Wall/Netflix/PA Wire

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Hoping for a hit: Idris Elba in the new Netflix comedy 'Turn Up Charlie', in which he plays a struggling DJ and eternal bachelor who reluctantly becomes a male nanny to his famous best friend’s wild child daughter. Netflix will release an earnings update this week. Photo: Nick Wall/Netflix/PA Wire

All eyes will be on Westminster tomorrow when the House of Commons tries, for the second time, to vote on Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit Withdrawal Agreement. It is expected the vote will be defeated.

Mrs May postponed the vote last month, acknowledging she didn't have the numbers to win.

ECB President Mario Draghi is due to address the European Parliament about the bank's annual report, which is out tomorrow.

Citigroup, JP Morgan, Bank of America, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and Netflix are among the international corporations releasing quarter-four 2018 earnings updates this week.

Domestically, Tullow Oil will release a trading update on Wednesday, while on Thursday Associated British Foods announces a trading update.

Elsewhere, the Central Statistics Office (CSO) has a number of data releases this week, including the trade statistics in respect of October 2018 out today, the consumer price index for December 2018, which is released tomorrow, and goods exports and imports for November 2018, also out tomorrow.

It will release the residential property price index for November on Wednesday, as well as the domestic and non-domestic building energy ratings in respect of quarter four for 2018, which are also out on Wednesday.

Irish Independent