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Europe Day Ahead: Bernanke weans markets off QE dummy

Tuesday, June 18, 2013 - 02:40

The world’s focus on Washington on Wednesday as the U.S. Fed threatens to take off the QE stabilisers. Mervyn King’s last vote & George Osborne tipped to announce Lloyds stake sell-off.

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The world's focus to model will be on Washington the Fed meets with markets anxious to know when Ben Bernanke plans to start winning in the bank's bond buying program. But Tiffany and partners finding principal -- Patel says there's no need to capitol these announce tonight he's just trying to convince us safe to take off to stabilize. What he's going to do -- gonna do it isn't gonna focus on hope of growth. Just that eases all that little full of babies dummy that we've got used to have QB. The Bank of England publishes the minutes of governor Mervyn king's last policy meeting. King will likely soon to be -- bolted for the fifth and final time on -- -- for more quantitative easing. -- UK lawmakers continue that inquiry into the bank's independence following serious concerns over appointments and policy direction. Poll for showed executive director for Marcus and the debt management office is open statement testifying and QB 1515. London time tomorrow. Nevin came and gets an opportunity to speak bluntly before handing over the reins of the -- annual mindset has gone on in the city of London. Finance minister George Osborne also scheduled to give a speech he could announce the sale of the government's got to 90% stake in the Lloyds bank. A similar move for state -- obvious we'll come -- up. PGA exes out of the way and so the shuttle -- with diplomacy gets under way Barack Obama makes his first official visit to Belgium for talks with the angle on medical. Economic issues that cost of -- company on the whole central banks likely to top the agenda. Meanwhile Japanese prime minister oceans -- -- heads to London. You'll be discussing his economic reform program when of the most aggressive stimulus drives in history. And in the debt markets Germany prepares to sell up to five billion euros of ten year bonds. I'll that's Patel says German bunds may be a safe haven investment but not a lucrative one. Germany looks an attractive bet. If you want safety are supposed to return to oversee government bonds are giving you next in overtime you're just buying them for the safety. All all all all all the sole -- and Germany has definitely got that -- covered that come through the west of it and in fact it's not even an issue reading all the way wolf making headlines I think about. Twelve months ago which is just a reflection of the fact. That it it's pure upside when it comes to the European investing. Not so look ahead to Wednesday and don't miss -- news -- -- -- all the world's finest president. Jim Yong Kim we will be asking him about global economic development on the business case for going green. I'm -- to give up -- of militant.

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Europe Day Ahead: Bernanke weans markets off QE dummy

Tuesday, June 18, 2013 - 02:40