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Europe Day Ahead: Jitters ahead of Fed Minutes

Tuesday, August 20, 2013 - 01:55

Aug. 20 - The most anticipated event of the week comes from the US, and will have huge repercussions around the financial world. The minutes could offer fresh hints on when the Fed will begin to wind-down its $85 bn per month support for the economy.

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This is a look ahead to Wednesday's key political and financial events the most anticipated event of the week comes from the US but we'll have huge repercussions. And on the financial world. The minutes of the last meeting of the Federal Reserve's open market committee. He's could offer fresh and -- on when the US Central Bank we'll stop winding down as eight to five billion dollar a month support for the economy. A tricky process and one that Marcus how -- fetching about for months. The -- been fairly unequivocal. In every single Chiming. In terms of fact type -- but the fact of the matter to -- quite simply that. If QB is to be type print it won't be simply because US economy is strong enough to withstand it. Here in the UK tomorrow we'll get a check on the state of public financing is figures expected to show a budget surplus and July as is typical for about month. Due to create a tax influence but the size of the selfless will indicate whether the government is still one try to meet -- 2013 fourteen borrowing targets. EU foreign minister -- hold an emergency meeting to discuss the situation in Egypt. Discussions will revolve around what you can do to stop the bloodshed with options including eight cutbacks and an arms embargo. But analyst -- you have options are limited. When it comes to the EU the eight it's itself is not as significant amount five billion they need a lot more than that. I think needs it needs about fifteen billion extra on top of the twelve billion. That. That the the -- -- Arab nations provide for them. And company news tomorrow -- -- is expected to post a 3% increase in profits the Dutch -- benefitting from double digit growth in Asia. Rival Heineken is also reporting the world's third largest brewer also looking increasingly to Asia as beer sales fallen every other region. Now some looked ahead to Wednesday I'm seemingly gave up the simplest of.

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Europe Day Ahead: Jitters ahead of Fed Minutes

Tuesday, August 20, 2013 - 01:55