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Europe Day Ahead: Investors eye U.S. jobs report

Thursday, December 06, 2012 - 02:23

Dec. 6 - A look ahead to Friday’s key events including the latest U.S. nonfarm payrolls report and German economic data.

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This is a look ahead -- Friday's key events on restarts in the US with a closely watched nonfarm payrolls report for November. Figures today showed the number of Americans filing -- benefit claims fell for a third straight week last week. But I have to -- Sunday numbers remain too volatile to offer any clear signal on labor market conditions. Aviv investors Shahid Khan says he's expecting payrolls to surprise to our site. A legislature has to be strongly the market. Is anticipating. Often -- and on the East Coast. We've been to very quickly into rebuilding. Excellent that's always difficult to actually gauge how much employment that's actually I'm. Allowed us to pay copilot. On the on the basis. But most miners who suggested the rebuilding excited. Has gone off to acquire rapid pace that you've got to be beneficial for them don't -- herald. But BNP Paribas as David Tinsley says the slow pace of job creation. Is a concern for the fans have had here in the canyons. The fact that says it's not -- a general view is not generating the kind of jobs growth. It is sufficient. Full effect not to be continuing to expand its balance enough glitzy -- to be looking at the jobs. Grant them this and if he -- and deciding to do you'll come the December meeting -- And Germany tomorrow the Bundesbank set to release its semiannual growth forecast -- seventh -- London tying. The German Economy -- just not point 2% in the third quarter as companies the sport -- investments due to economic crisis. Some analysts think Germany could soon slip back into recession. On the data front German industrial output expected to fall again in October but not as much as a month before. Something about -- and expected to in the UK but -- put its full cast of puppets into positive territory although manufacturing output is expected to have fallen. And world news US secretary of state Hillary Clinton will travel to northern islands as part of a five day European tour. She'll meet political leaders to -- support -- the provinces by -- peace. The visit comes after two nights of riots by pro British loyalists enraged by a decision to remove the union flag from above the entrance to Belfast City Council. That's -- look ahead to Friday I'm Jamie mean -- the several times.

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Europe Day Ahead: Investors eye U.S. jobs report

Thursday, December 06, 2012 - 02:23