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Europe Day Ahead: Pressure ramps on austerity backtrack

Tuesday, April 16, 2013 - 02:47

April 16 - Unemployment figures released on Wednesday are likely to add to IMF pressure on UK Finance Minister George Osborne to back down on austerity.

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A big day for British -- watches on Wednesday at tail off the IMF cut its UK -- -- cost. -- it finance minister George Osborne to consider taking his foot off the disparity pedal. They get on launch expected to show the unemployment rate steady at seven point 8% according to avoid his poll. The Bank of England publishes the minutes from its last policy meeting but isn't whether or not to stop a fresh round of QB continues. Policymakers as they took 63 against restocking the bond patches program and march and February. In the do market attention on Slovenia which means that the same will be the next eurozone country to seek a band asked. Hit the -- 500 men and heroes left of eighteen month treasury bills. The help it get closer to raising the three billion euros it means to recapitalize. Its biggest state and things. Repay maturing debt and cover its budget deficits. Johnny comes to the market with -- pop up sales of tenure buns and a full bidding -- all action. Goal is also being watched -- the again tomorrow office because Poland but yet on Monday. Why does not catching backup at the end that Europe and central banks may offense some of the gold holdings. Are tempering the recovery. Gold Patrick on strong says that despite current deflationary worries goal is still a good bets in the long run. People are worried about cypress selling tons of gold on the market will that be. Then the leader to other countries Spain Italy may be Germany's the US will they eventually be selling gold. I don't think that is something will happen I think central banks know. That gold is a real assets and grabbed the dollars are being paid for it are going to be worth a lot -- in the future. Manning's UK supermarket giant test then it's expected to report as less full an underlying annual profit in two decades. -- costs and profit of three and a half billion pounds. At the full ten point 7% from Austria. Outlook reflects the costs of test has been in town fight back plant off the twenty miles profit warning. Plus they hit -- the world's biggest computer chip get naked and -- mount the company's already warned that past quarter results. I'll probably going to be soft due to -- sales in the PC market plus its sales -- -- -- -- you -- technology to make chips even smaller. The funeral of former British prime and a stem market access takes place in Central London tomorrow. Organize this not just -- security -- to suspected bomb attacks at Monday's Boston Marathon. Killed three people and -- is a hundred ounces. That's -- let go ahead to Wednesday time acting -- Monday. Is what it.

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Europe Day Ahead: Pressure ramps on austerity backtrack

Tuesday, April 16, 2013 - 02:47