April 8 - U.S. Treasury Secretary to meet Germany’s finance minister on his home turf, while UK Prime Minister David Cameron curtails his European tour following Thatcher’s death.
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The US Treasury Secretary continues his trip to Europe Tuesday off to meeting with the European officials in Brussels today. Jacqui we will hold meetings with the German and French finance ministers of -- -- into tomorrow. View was keen to emphasize how the US economy is sensitive to the fortunes of the Euro zone. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- This as UK prime minister David Cameron details his tour the continent following the death formally Margaret Thatcher. Beyond lady who ruled for eleven years and that the conservatives to reelection victories tossed away following instructions and set -- Also coming up on Tuesday France's National Assembly will focus on labor reforms. France's prime minister says the proposals will make it easier for companies aren't file work has. Increase production for -- -- and tractors and help revitalize the economy. But BC GT union which would take to the streets to protest tomorrow is accused along. And abandoning his campaign promises French import export and budget dates will also be religious. We'll get a gauge of the health of Portuguese banks states will show how much they barred from the ECB in March that's -- -- the country's prime minister. -- fresh austerity cuts are coming. In order to keep the country's 78 billion dollar bailout program on track. The button Britain know of but I see the science. On behalf of the government there will be no hesitation but not allow me to say clearly that -- no doubts left. Government is committed to all the objectives of the bailout programs and reaffirms that it will meet the internal and external obligations of -- state and stuff. We each had their paso square ago made the televised address off for a court ruled spending cuts and forced off to the EU IMF bailout. On constitutional. More points in Tuesday's stage a diary include UK industrial output full costs to rise in February. To no point 3% that's offered some by one point 2% of the start of the year. Dragged -- by -- foreign manufacturing output apps for offering some scope from normalization. While energy components dual systems the figures UK February trade dates or sort of -- the deficit expected to widen. To eight point 55 billion pounds RBS argues the figures will reinforce the theme of the slow paced rebalancing. Of the -- in the UK. That's on the textures -- it. -- --