Europe Day Ahead: Davos & the euro zone’s first health check
Wednesday, January 23, 2013 - 01:55
Jan. 23 - Davos day 2 gets underway. The first peek at the health of the euro zone this year. Plus, will Nokia suspend its annual dividend for the first time in more than two decades?
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Coming up on Thursday's -- to add doubles plus the first glimpse and to the health of you -- -- on economy this year. Let's start with doubles on the coverage from the World Economic Forum we'll have interviews with top guest. Including chief executives of major companies such as ACP and publicists EU competition commission on what can ammonia. Sweden's prime Minnesota. We see. Unemployment and lackluster growth of course -- big problems facing the eurozone as a -- he bites. Flash PM ice for the eurozone to Jabil with a meaningful recovery is any close of all if the recession is tightening its hold. But have -- -- from Hargreaves one's done -- cautiously optimistic. One would hike from two as an auction economies wouldn't you residing. At least for some congress -- on citation. We we're well aware of course of general economic uncertainty around the content and that means that the likes of Germany and France on exempt from the. Other dates of note tomorrow spots unemployment for the fourth quotes are seen rising a full percentage point to 26%. That's at 8 AM and at 9 AM we'll get the -- Muslims come to town meeting for November plus keep an eye out for retail sales numbers from both Italy and the UK. The big utopian earnings reports model is Nokia. Eleven out of fourteen analysts polled by Reuters expect the Finnish mobile oil phone make up. To suspend its annual dividend for the first time in more than two decades when it reports fourth quarter results. Nokia's been took the size of moving too slowly in the Smartphone market and as a result has cut and on the third of us -- forced to offset falling sales. Not so look ahead to Thursday. And don't forget to tune in to double -- coverage with doubles today about slide at 600 GMT. I'm -- -- gave up this is -- sort.
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