Europe Week Ahead: Central Banks & Autumn Statements
Friday, November 30, 2012 - 02:59
Nov. 30 - A look ahead to next week’s key events including central bank meetings, Osborne’s Autumn statement, nonfarm payrolls and results from Prada.
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This is a look ahead to next week's -- starting with central bank's policy decisions Jews from Australia Canada the eurozone and UK are New Zealand's. But any change only really seem possible by the RBA. Investors looking for guidance from the ECB on her policy might be affected the longer BC's debt sustainability issues and questions about when and whether Spain Mexican bailout from belonged. CMC markets Michael -- says it may not be long before the request comes. We've got some PMI is coming out next week we will -- the latest Spanish unemployment figure is -- done there are expected to kind. A continued deterioration. And the unemployment numbers not only on the headline figure which is about 25 cent but also on the youth unemployment figure. Which is well know fell 50%. I can still expect to see mister rajoy also provide us some time in the new year. Focus next week also won Spain's efforts to chip away at this massive 2015 funding needs. Madrid selling bonds on Thursday houses fronts and before that Germany sales four billion euros of to get people on Wednesday. And the UK next week finance minister George Osborne will present his ultimate statement. A stagnating economy playing public with his ambitious plans to cut Britain's -- before the next election in 2015. Osbourne may even have to take them bought us instead of predicting higher borrowing this year. In the US next Friday sees the release of the all important nonfarm payrolls report but CMC's -- said says this -- states isn't a reliable -- for investors. I think the high roses that's an issue because of heart consenting I think that could -- -- think is some law so I think he's probably. Not a good guy each of where we I think the great to focus will be on the -- may think what really -- present the Operation Twist. Will buy a role that is Operation Twist into US treasuries. On the corporate front to be troubled releasing preliminary results on Tuesday S&P devices I lick on the German based -- below -- are supposed to this week. Say it has improved this financial performance beyond expectations. QT trade figures from -- on Wednesday. More pressure on CEO Phil Clark as analysts expect of a ton to falling sales after Q2 using trees was the first rise following eighteen months of decline. And try those Q3 results and it's on Thursday they're -- fashioned drug releasing those numbers of course in Hong Kong. Coming up on Reuters next week on Tuesday fresh from his trip to India to drop -- for Britain. London mayor Boris Johnson's here for a newsmaker event we'll be streaming not live from 9 AM. On Thursday we'll be asking the Turkish finance Minnesota by the states of his country's economy. On the Friday I'll be asking former IMF chief foot eagle rock so how sustainable he thinks that you like this deal is Patrice. All but I'm more coming up next -- and I've -- a great weekends I'm -- B diva this a vote of.
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