April 25 - A look at the key events on Thursday including earnings from Barclays, Deutsche Bank and Santander.
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The headlines on Wednesday afternoon in Europe. Drug it throws the crisis -- -- -- governments ECB president says an exit from emergency measures -- would be premature given the weak economic conditions. But ten budget in recession and unexpected contraction in Q1 keeps pressure on prime minister David -- coalition government. On the put mud dobbs is grilled the media mogul denies using his and positively of -- up to the British political and leads. Looking ahead to Thursday night Hamas of they -- company -- -- gaining drunk again as upbeat results continue to eclipse fears over the eurozone crisis. A six foot out of Daiwa capital markets says a continued absence of economic growth -- Central Bank support the continued to -- valuations. Actually not -- can take some comfort from the fact that it's. For as long as economic growth remains an accident. And vast amount suspect pass the assistant in the real economy. That -- it monetary authorities will maintain highly common offensive policy -- to provide additional support which will be. Beneficial for asset prices particularly effective it's. -- a key focus to model the Barclays -- and sometimes they are all reporting. Buckley shareholders are being allowed to oppose C you'll ball diamond seventeen million pound pay deal hasn't justified given the banks -- performance. Don't tell expected to report profit fell 21%. In Q1 we'll be speaking to the CF -- lied on a site of tomorrow at 1221. -- time. Other big names reporting in -- includes Alcatel Lucent's AstraZeneca British American Tobacco -- Shale and you leave a Volkswagen and Volvo. On the economic -- its German CPI numbers expected to show a slight fall in the rates of inflation. I knew it was on -- I expected to show little change in the business climates or economic sentiment. And world news out of bleak ministers' meeting title to discuss the latest developments in setting up -- Saddam. Setting an opposition activists today publish video to a social media web site. Which purport to show the town of goma east of the Moscow us on the attack after that was visited by UN monitors on Monday. -- has come not independently verified the contents of this video. Finally -- UN war crimes court in The Hague will rule on former liberian president Charles Taylor. Taylor faces eleven counts of murder rape and scripting child soldiers and sexual slavery. Covering atrocities during the -- in my media on CNN -- in the 1990s but killed more than 250000. People. Some would not those -- I'm Jamie to give up this there's loads of.