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Traders are also awaiting the RBA's monetary policy decision which is expected to be announced later in the day.
A 'no deal' would see the UK fall back on trading under World Trade Organization rules.
Deloitte survey of 130 CFOs says 31% were optimistic about their companies' prospects.
Investors remain concerned over Donald Trump's first meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping this week.
China manufacturing PMI climbed to 51.8 in March, marking the highest levels seen in almost 5 years.
While this is unchanged from February's reading, it is a point lower when compared to January.
Investors are also concerned over ECB policymakers being wary of changing their policy.
The move shows how confident overseas investors are about UK's potentials following Brexit.
Investors hope the US president goes ahead with his other planned stimulus policies.
While UK vacancies rose 3.5% on-month to 1,126,376, advertised wages rose just 0.3% to £32,520.
Investors are said to doubt Trump's ability to push through major reforms.
Industry body asks the UK prime minister to tone down rhetoric on Brexit or risk damage to the manufacturing sector.
While 33% of the 98 firms surveyed were more optimistic, 29% were less optimistic.
However, the UK will continue to be the 'home of chocolate manufacturing' for Cadbury.
The vote on whether Obamacare should remain or be replaced will be held later in the day.
The bank has 9,000 employees in the country, with a majority 7,000 in London.
Investors remain concerned over the key health care vote in Congress, which is due later in the day.
Apart from Oxfam, six other charities made it to the top 10 list.
Investors are said to be re-evaluating their optimism on Trump's ability to deliver on his promises.
Britain needs to secure a transitional deal until final agreement is concluded.