Europe Day Ahead: The morning after the night before
Tuesday, November 06, 2012 - 02:38
Nov. 6 - A look ahead to Wednesday's key events including the U.S. election result, plus results from BNP Paribas, ING & Burberry.
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This is a look ahead to Wednesday's key events we stop with the morning off the the night before. European investors who hadn't been up all night we'll wait to find out who will be the next president of the United States. Not some opinion polls show Obama on -- and a virtual dead heat but Obama holds a slight advantage in several swing states most notably Ohio. That could give them the 270. Electoral College votes he needs to win. Voting is likely to end sometime around 5 AM GMT. Another big day for buying results here in Europe in peep out of -- seen as more financially robust than it -- peers. Meaning it's on the less pressure to make changes to his business model -- -- solvency ratios. We'll hear from being PC you'll -- home on a -- at 6 AM London time. I NG results also eyewitness Britain's consumable still scrutinizing Buckley's plans to take over the Dutch bank's UK retail banking business. To make sure it doesn't restrict competition. We'll be speaking to see if full Patrick Flynn -- 7:40 AM London time. Other results includes bungled we'll be speaking to the scene you'll -- Bristol got 845 London time tomorrow. And tells the world the Danish -- expected to post a thirteen point 3% rise in Q3 operating profit aided by strong growth in Asia and Eastern Europe. And bribery sales up that luxury fashion brand stating in recent weeks after that rattled investors with a profit warning in September. The European Commission publishes its ultimate economic forecasts on GDP inflation employment and public finances -- 2012 to 2014. What's EU commission all the Iran delivered his statement live rust from midday London on Reuters. Randall also begin giving us an interview after that press conference. A clash of the titans perhaps as German Chancellor Angela -- heads to London tomorrow for talks with prime minister David Cameron. Tensions are high -- commons plans to peace to freeze you spending at the summit later in November. Medical as expected to tell him that has no point in holding a summit if you insist on a -- of spending plans. And fixed income Germany issues four billion euros -- to give bonds. I'm on the data front German industrial -- expected to have contracted not point 5% in September. And finally in -- parliament expected divorce when a -- fifteen point five billion Euro package of cost cuts and tax hikes. Unions will continue to fought to eight hour strike and full text. Not so look ahead to Wednesday I'm -- media about this of blogs of.
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