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Europe Day Ahead: Big 48 hours for central banks

Tuesday, July 30, 2013 - 02:13

July 30 - The Fed kicks off a big 48 hours for central banks, with decisions due from the ECB and BoE a day later. VW and Peugeot headline on another busy day for European earnings.

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148 that was a central banks gets under way -- Federal Reserve giving us this latest policy decision tomorrow of course. Ahead of announcements the following day from the ECB and Bank of England. No major policy change is expected from any of them with all the focus on what guidance they offer fought the future. Charlemagne capital course I would -- -- says all the banks central banks face the same problem. Markets there is addicted to it. Free money now as they work to limit the steps prior to that 2007. And so any suggestion that monetary policy may be titans. Before the economy chases signed a significant recovery which in particular means. Unemployment rate -- on. Would be taken rather rather negatively. Some more context of those Central Bank policy decisions without a range of -- are due out tomorrow. You know is on CPI -- steady at one point 6% in July meaning inflation is unlikely to trim the ECB's feed them to ease in the coming months. Jobs that -- also likely to maintain pressure for easy policy. The Euro zone's unemployment rate seen unchanged that's a record high twelve point 2%. Despite an improvement and some other dates up. The jobless torso and Italy seen edging up to twelve point 3% from twelve point two months now. Another huge day of -- and -- up tomorrow with drinking and driving up combination to try on this occasion. Volkswagen and crucial that two automakers due to reports the French company still thought to be burning through cash. But the could be one glimmer of hope for it this week the European Commission expected to approve the French government loan to prop up its financing arm. Numbers from Idaho's a bush and beds and the -- will tell us how with the state of world as for alcohol. -- InBev the world's largest -- make -- scene up -- -- -- 5%. According to analysts polled by Reuters. Opening the -- of Asia Pacific among the drivers. BNP Paribas bio on petition American tobacco among the other funds due to report tomorrow. Not some look ahead to Wednesday's market moving events I'm seemingly gave up the surveillance of.

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Europe Day Ahead: Big 48 hours for central banks

Tuesday, July 30, 2013 - 02:13