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Europe Day Ahead: Euro zone revised Q4 GDP to confirm gloom

Tuesday, March 05, 2013 - 01:52

Mar. 5 - The revised reading of the euro zone’s fourth-quarter GDP is expected to confirm the bloc contracted at its fastest pace in four years. Poland seen cutting interest rates and Germany sells debt.

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This is a look ahead to Wednesday's key political and financial -- some we kick off. With the vice Q4 GDP figures from the eurozone and likely to confirm the -- contracted at its fastest pace in four years. Earlier we spoke to market economist Chris Williamson and asked them whether you're Muslim goes from -- And we can see another contraction in the first quarter on this big divergence between Kim and me. Italy Spain and now from us that's going to be the main political and and and -- policy issue. Quite a few banks to a cut -- on Wednesday -- as expected to cut interest rates for a fifth consecutive month to help kick start the economy. A Reuters poll indicating -- will be cut by 25 basis points to three and a half percent. And Brussels European Central Bank governing council member -- -- Lichen and speaks on banking sector reforms while in London. The bank of England and Evan king and Andrew Bailey appear before the parliamentary banking standards commission for the final time. Able finally to report on the banking industry jointly to this year. And the bond market Germany sells four billion euros of five your debt that's along with other bond sales in Spain funds and Austria this week. Expected to raise some seventeen billion euros. And the you know money on the best of congress enters its second day in London I'll be speaking with -- Steven he's chief executive of Britain's debt management office. And corporate direct traffic numbers from air Berlin and easy jet investors will be key to see if the British budget airline. Has been able to entice more travelers in February after this passenger traffic rose by 40% and John and it. Not say it but don't forget to tune -- on Wednesday for a comprehensive coverage of the Geneva motor show but we'll be speaking to the chief executive of wanted to get a and the president of Kia. I'm TV media about this important and.

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Europe Day Ahead: Euro zone revised Q4 GDP to confirm gloom

Tuesday, March 05, 2013 - 01:52