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Europe Day Ahead: Nestlé, BoJ, OPEC report

Wednesday, August 08, 2012 - 03:06

Aug. 8 - Europe's lookahead takes in Nestlé results as earnings season continues, the BoJ rate decisison and OPEC's monthly oil report, as well as a glance at what the Olympics hold in store on Day 14.

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Sixty that in London at 1130 in New York look ahead what's happening tomorrow in Europe before us. I've gone so what's been I'm making headlines here today the Bank of England comes its predictions for growth in the UK. Governor Mervyn King suggests infractions has in the economy. May -- longer than previously thought and the Fed and the US Treasury Department angry often -- blind sided by Monday's attack on Stan Johnson. The dual banking regulator -- stance on a -- institution. Sending shares in the bank promising yesterday of course. Now on -- tomorrow -- a quick look at earnings -- reporting first half results the world's biggest food companies seen posting. Organic growth of around six and a quarter percent. -- last month invested in US medical food -- times patience. The maps Frankel surprising results -- its first -- operating profit and around a billion euros Germany's second biggest lender announced it was selling. It's Ukrainian unit last month as it looks to pull out of east and Europe. Or so and Johnny Deutsche Telekom expects to -- -- 2.2 percent drop in its earnings ebitda. European equities looking shaky in the score line -- is such concerns over the Euro is only got London capital groups Angus Campbell says though. That is value to be found in the right places. Of course on some tracks -- investments. How which is why the markets on being lifted some Walsh. But of course you have to be cool shifts that have -- of course the heroes and as a whole the economy is looking very weak and the economic data looks continue to be -- disappointment. -- publishing its monthly oil market report tomorrow bring crude falling off twelve week highs earlier today but -- more than 25%. Since the end of June on expectations the world's largest economies. Will be again more growth stimulus measures across month's report said world oil them on growth is due to slow next yet. On continuing debt worries faltering US economic recovery. And slowing emerging market growth. In Asia news the Bank of Japan will tomorrow announce its rate decision finance minister Yunus who -- -- say. The government would extend -- program is trying to weaken the yen by another six months. The FB OJ is expected to keep rates at no point 1%. And before we get our sponsor what's happening tomorrow on the Olympics British hopes in the women's 101000 meters and marathon. Will be pinned on Kerry campaign. Taking to the -- from mid day and -- talk while it's true remains for the first ever women's. Olympic book says is that finals begin with a flyweight 161000. Eyes will then turns of the women's gold mines for -- border Wembley whether US -- take on just passed. Then in the evening it's the men's 800 metres final before you same poll looks to for a -- in the 200 meters final. That's at 8:55. PM hopefully we'll see another breath taking and to the day. Say we've asked for updates from the US throughout the rest of the day. I'm -- problems is runs. And.

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Europe Day Ahead: Nestlé, BoJ, OPEC report

Wednesday, August 08, 2012 - 03:06