Feb. 21 - Ifo index numbers will be watched for further signs that the recovery is stalling after today’s PMIs disappoint, but VW looks set to post record profits.
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This is a look ahead to Friday's key political and financial events today's make an unexpected few mice fueling doubts about the -- -- ability of any company. Tomorrow's test comes with Germany's -- just before -- the forecast this but -- -- across the board. But after today some economists are on alert for another downside surprise. We'll hear what do you think's the picture looks like at 10 o'clock in the morning economic and monetary affairs commission all Iran just to give us his economic forecast for the -- ahead. Analysts watching to see if he sticks to Elliot calls for a return to growth in the second half. CMC markets analyst Michael Hewson said does not looking good for the eurozone. You take Germany out the equation that pretty dire principled. If you look at frost promises economy's going completely the opposite direction to Germany's the likelihood is they can have to love the grateful cost 2013. Down from the point -- -- about one point two point rate. Volkswagen the big name to watch out -- and small it was earnings the -- could expect it's unveil another record profit. VW making progress towards this target of becoming the world's biggest ought to make up by 2018. But analysts will be watching to see if the phone is cutting margins and the drive for market share. Numbers also -- tomorrow from Air France KLM unmask the world's biggest container ship operates a -- posting a threefold jump in net profit. As -- them on the published. But some look ahead to Friday's market moving stories continue to give up this -- them.
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