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Europe Week Ahead: Debt, earnings worries pile up

Friday, October 26, 2012 - 02:29

Oct. 26 - Greece is back on centre stage as the troika report on its finances gets nearer, while it may also be another weak of disappointing earnings for Europe.

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We Jennings and renewed debt worries weigh on sentiment in Europe about an unexpected US GDP numbers helps folks to stay content around. -- eurozone -- back at the top of the agenda next week to try -- gets ever closer to revealing its report on Greece and most analysts are still betting that we will have to wait until off to the US election. Leaks suggesting that -- -- inspectors who say that Athens can't meet its debt targets. Meanwhile this weekend's elections in Sicily could be make or break for Silvio Berlusconi's party. A poor showing could boost prime minister Mario -- chances of retaining a big role in Italy often next spring's national elections. We'll sentiment dominated AG to be tested at the benchmark bond auction medium to long term debt you on the block on Tuesday. France comes to markets and today -- -- Meanwhile Spain seems in no hurry to request a bailout we've most of its funding needs for -- already taken care of the country's third quarter GDP numbers up a standout state to release in Europe next week. Continued recession is a certainty the weak reading could -- Madrid's debt targets even further out of reach. Of course on -- on both sides of the Atlantic also waiting for Friday's nonfarm payroll numbers out of the United States. Well IG sales trader will Hadden has this Spain may now hold the euro's fate in his house. Reference to looking for somebody who's -- But to see you very Amir Carlisle I think in the short -- are still expecting. I'm trying to figure of speech he also provided out at some point that I Haskell and that's likely over the last few weeks and has been reflected in. The fixing come off -- -- with -- without the -- being what the market believes we expect to see you are leaving Lola if that happens before Christmas. And it's not a huge week for European endings among the company's future report Tom BP -- banks found that Johnson's. Air France blacks -- and possible miss out. But it could be the comic is taking the spotlight again after a week of grim numbers for most of Europe's big names. -- under pressure to spell out his strategy as part of Tuesday's results on this looking to see if it can emulate force in cutting excess capacity. Now this from Al dia -- -- may prove an exception to the trend the German brands still doing well in China. Let's all from us for now but join what does every day at this time for look how the stories that sense to move markets I'm Nigel Stephenson thinks is right it's.

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Europe Week Ahead: Debt, earnings worries pile up

Friday, October 26, 2012 - 02:29