Bloomberg reports on the matter, having seen the latest draft of the post-Brexit negotiating guidelines

Do take note that the draft is subject to revisions by EU ministers when they meet in Brussels later today, and as well as when they meet again in the EU Summit on 22-23 March.

The report by Bloomberg says that the aim of the draft "should be reviewed and improved equivalence mechanisms, allowing appropriate access to financial services markets, while preserving financial stability, the integrity of the single market and the autonomy of decision making in the European Union".

Not too much information on other matters, but I'm sure we'll hear more on that later in the day or later in the week.