Jan. 8 - A look at Wednesday’s key events including ECB & BoE meetings, UK trade data & Hamid Karzai’s visit to Washington.
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This is a look ahead to Wednesday's key events both the European Central Bank. And Bank of England begin their two day policy meetings with no change expected from either on clothing. On what to do with the 66000. US troops in Afghanistan. President Ahmad Karzai travels to Washington for perhaps is most critical meets again with Barack Obama wrong. So get to -- central banks meet tomorrow with both expected to hold off on any big decisions. Bank of New York Mellon's chief currency strategist Simon Bennett says -- unlikely to see a change in interest rates and ECB this week. But an easing in policy remains very much on the counts. -- all the indications are in the moment the CP. We're professor on how old but I think you were looking. Saudi plan their eyes I would come down in the -- and says you're probably gonna see another 25 basis point cut from the sea -- Has some point before Jane. A silly thing that they called -- make. I would fully justify -- suddenly. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Or something in the marginal here is on nations to say that there is still in the red easier monetary policy. On the -- -- investors will be looking out for German industrial orders for November. Sentiment towards the Euro zone's economic power on so willingly play trade figures today heightened concern that GDP strike in the fourth quarter of last year. I'm here in the UK November trade figures are also due for release yet another large deficit this time around nine billion -- is on the cards. But it hasn't recorded a monthly traits applause since 19825. On Britain's banking sector in the spotlight sued the government expected to -- its response to suggestions from the FAA say on the future of the financial services industry. The report recommends a lot finds ring fence that separates the retail banking arms from risk taking investment operations. Afghan president come out -- -- begins his trip to Washington to meet US president Barack Obama. The meeting is shaping up to be one of the most important to date. On the agenda how rapidly to remove most of the six to 6000 US troops left in Afghanistan. And how large a force to be behind -- to 2014. Not some look ahead to Wednesday will be interviewing saint's days chief financial officer Donald doesn't live at 715 tomorrow morning's news. You'll be giving us that responds to the supermarket but lots of trading isms and I'm -- -- -- -- exploits of.
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