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Europe Day Ahead: wary investors eye Spanish bond sale

Wednesday, April 18, 2012 - 02:42

April 18 - Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann says rising yields mean Madrid should cut its deficit instead of relying on the ECB to buy its bonds.

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Investors rattled by the eurozone crisis not -- safe haven ultra low yielding German bonds. Another main headlines on Reuters today actually goes -- plus the balance its budget until 2014. Whom also -- this huge growth forecast. Spelling sold off to the Bank of England's -- bombshell. Lots of other imposing changes as June and I'm withdraws his call for more stimulus could -- be about to sound off the -- tops. I'm Argentine has moved to nationalize oil company wide PF controlled by reps of Spain suffered years of planning by would be by a single page of China. One of Europe's top policy makers has a blunt message for Spain Bundesbank president -- Biden and says rising yields should be a spark from Madrid to cut his deficit. Instead of looking to the ECB to -- its bonds. The -- treasury auctions one point five to 2.5 billion euros of bonds on Thursday are relatively small -- To -- blot out of dial up capital markets says a Baylor for Spain is not inevitable though and any rescue package may have limited affect. A very specific bailout package that is. That is only -- taking care all the concerns of Spanish banking sector. We'll probably be be enough in order to calm the markets and that would require significantly less money than actually making a full. Let's bailout package for the Spanish government. Looking ahead Volkswagen vets and fifth and on PF should secured a third tennis chairman of the -- annual annual general meeting on Thursday. The should also be more detail on VW unit ID's acquisition of Italian super -- make of the county. Sources have told Reuters the deal as well financed 860. Million euros. First quarter results are likely to paint a dismal picture that Finnish phone maker Nokia. -- the -- group has already wonderful post losses in the first two -- those as it struggles to catch up with apple and some some. Nokia has been plagued by software bugs and is bulimia Smartphone which is effectively giving away for free. The Q1 operating loss is likely to be it on 3% sales. But also gets -- trading statement from ACD Miller which may have more to say on his plans to invest two and a half billion dollars and Africa and the next five years. The crew is planning to build and be -- plans to meet growing demand for BO. And African countries. Thursday also marks the battling from Vodafone and India's -- to decide whether to bid for cable and wireless worldwide a deal -- -- and one and a half billion dollars. On an update from Anglo American is likely to deflect the slowdown in China. Us all and I thought because from market pulse -- daily snapshot of what's moving in financial markets on why there's plenty more on the incite a plot phone. I'm -- and even the simplest of.

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Europe Day Ahead: wary investors eye Spanish bond sale

Wednesday, April 18, 2012 - 02:42