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Reuters Today: Banks not out of the woods yet - analyst

Monday, October 28, 2013 - 04:20

Oct. 28 - Banks take centre stage in a busy week for European earnings, and the numbers may show they’re not out of the woods yet, says Hargreaves Lansdown head of equities Richard Hunter.

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Coming up the Rockwell says good bye to a legend. And did Obama tell -- the whole truth and nothing but when they discussed US spying on the German leader. Plus our top stories this week the countdown is on to another fed policy decision this week or the best thing. Is that the bank will stay the course on bond buying from now. Here in Europe it's another huge week for earnings banks taking center stage -- numbers due for many of the key lenders to -- shot Lloyds Barclays BNP Paribas. Just a few of the names -- -- Big oil the other sectors -- what's with the results to come from BP. And show that quiet start -- the earnings weeks so far Monday that bank he had the one big name to report so far. The -- -- Spanish -- to beating full cost of net profit. A 362. Million euros. Net lending income so down on a year ago that later on in the US keep an -- from Imus from apple. Analysts watching for any signs that sales of its new lower cost by -- -- short of expectations that sort of our list. And everything else Bridget comes out of equities are -- -- -- joins us now from London's oysters. One of food I guess we get to put this down to the these massive storm that's answering. Southeast England Richard I'm I guess pressure -- focus off politics focus off the shenanigans in Washington. A very much from corporate side right now. It brought the critic who -- standing in spite of all. The way I. And even by George how old they shall I -- -- will wrap it. What what -- -- -- we got -- coach -- fundamental. The US. Clerical child -- season starts to preach -- out next week it just about the same time you kites picking up. So it will we will now start ticket is a much clearer picture what's actually happening on the ground an eagle summit and always it would be hearing a politically. -- -- -- -- -- -- I mentioned some of the big runs coming our problem. Credit Suisse last week struggling on fixing comes drug known investment banking you think that do we gonna -- the same sort of -- -- Saudi government has. Yeah and I don't -- -- you're. -- that should narcotic. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- Some problems might -- LP shall we spent a standard shots to. Right. In the end they pretty much companies that you guys can't be a -- Barrels. Outlook sent at them up by the patriarch but so. Much better position. -- -- -- -- -- Our -- -- gonna start this week. Chris. Oh and caring about the continuing press all the stops it. We -- -- Just help eight page with -- Which fall yet. It's -- Provisions. So I shut the senate -- shell there's been some check its -- -- like Nigeria which I want. Ideology or eight might. Stop collection of course but -- -- -- -- -- -- All right particularly to that thanks a lot. And world -- the -- of the US eavesdropping on European leaders shows that signs of getting -- the German newspaper saying Sunday that US president Barack Obama. Knew as early as 2010 that is fire agencies were listening in on Angela Merkel. If confirm outlook contradictory reports he had told the German leader he knew nothing about a spine. That is they'll leave you with some sounds of the tanks from the threat -- -- Lou Reed died yesterday of course aged 71. Some problems but it's.

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Reuters Today: Banks not out of the woods yet - analyst

Monday, October 28, 2013 - 04:20