Europe Day Ahead: Day 2 at G20, Greece gets some visitors
Thursday, July 18, 2013 - 03:04
July 18 - G20 finance chiefs conclude their meeting in Moscow on Friday. Athens a stopping off point for some ministers. On the corporate front, Vodafone takes centre stage.
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End of the week -- French singer and a quick look at the key political and financial events here in Europe on Friday. The second day of the G-20 meeting of finance ministers and Central Bank is get under way in mosque at. -- seeking assurances from Washington and Beijing that they'll not to derail global economic recovery. While markets a taping for kids stand from the meeting as -- as a fed statement ending pipes. Moscow also in the spotlight has speculation continues as a went out president Barack Obama. Let's hand tools and Moscow with Russian president Vladimir Putin. The US and Russia -- divided over the head with its Newton saga the woman US spy agency contract is still stuck any Moscow airports. Waiting for a budget on his Russian asylum application. US Treasury Secretary Jack you will take it detour on his return to Washington. -- G-20 via Greece he visits Athens this Sunday. Meanwhile -- finance minister Wolfgang sort of that today with Greek Prime Minister and -- -- some mass. -- warning Greece again seeking another debt restructuring. I would like to us. All of fuel. Not to continue hope that this is in in this time -- discussed moment you have. And this -- in your interest. We have complete. The proposed second problem or race and it was difficult to get to that a Tug of. Rich and a black head of rates strategy at rob a bank -- -- let us for months where dean daddy domestic audience just this month at his tastes. Of course he would toe the line that is -- Increases interest to restructure and -- ready in large part because they would not be in in Germany over -- -- say interests to take the loss from the official. Criticism they have supplied. To Greece also be very negative demonstration effect in terms of possible restructurings elsewhere given that we -- -- the PSI this. That's seven resources -- now behind us. On the data front here in the UK Vegas the public sector net boring for June ninth you -- that he GMT. Maine -- missile a tax windfall from Swiss banks boosting public co office. The British government man is still on track to meet its budget target this year over Anthony watch out for industrial or has been made. Steve and any just as -- -- the month before -- a Ryan six tenths -- -- following a one point 8% increase in months. And on the cold fronts and better and tops the list and Murat. The British telecoms company gets a trading update -- it was left three to compete 87 point seven beating your ideal for John he's not just cable company. Koppel breaks run -- rival bid at Liberty Global admitted defeat. And that's a look ahead to Friday didn't begin to check out our interview with Ericsson chief executive Hans testing. -- on the platform android -- dot com right now I am acting on the it is what is.
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