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Europe Day Ahead

Thursday, November 17, 2011 - 01:47

Nov. 17 - A look to the close of the EMEA markets and ahead to the next day's trading, as well as what to expect from the Asian markets overnight.

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It sixteenth that's in London eleven -- Neil you're saying that worries weigh on markets once again in Spain France -- awfully high yields to get away benchmark bond auctions. The risk assets find some relief off the jobless claims -- to a seven -- live. In the US. France and Germany's war was over the ECB lightly to remain the market focus tomorrow -- -- continues to insist that the Central Bank -- significantly increase. It's bond buying but some commentators. Think policy makers may still have room for a minute that. There's a perception that Germany has got a -- if he doesn't of the message is is to seek. On the twenty -- member ruling council. At one of the numbers yet and stop was a hardliner he has given his resignation. His past success -- Edmondson is less of hardliners who we think that might be a shift that. Now we may get some plays on the ECB's feel in the -- tomorrow with new bank president and I -- -- to speak to the European banking congress -- Frankfurt. And I governing council and millions Biden and and German finance minister Wolfgang showing that we'll say -- to speak. But a -- to be -- date that -- so we've German producer price numbers the anything to watch doubtful the annual rate seen slowing mostly to find point 3% from five point 5%. A month idea. And as we head into the weekend the attention very much sense to Spain's next on Sunday the conservative opposition people's policies -- winning. The convincing victory that was -- his prime minister Jose. He gets up terrorists and it's become the latest -- swept aside. But the risen -- crisis. But hey that's over lost and now but do -- they -- which -- dot com for all the latest news and analysis include vehicles full coverage. -- the Spanish election I'm Dustin Johnson. This is what it's.

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Europe Day Ahead

Thursday, November 17, 2011 - 01:47