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Europe Week Ahead: Central Bank parachutes

Friday, September 28, 2012 - 02:39

Sept. 28 - A look at next week's key financial events including meetings or minutes from most of the world's major central banks plus decision time for Xstrata over Glencore's offer.

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This all look at key financial events coming up next week. Most of the world's major central banks have policy decisions or release minutes of previous musings. Off to the Fed's QE3 announcement earlier this month the minutes about leasing may give clues to the extent of QE3 asset buying. But the prime focus in the US next week will be nonfarm payrolls on Friday. Likewise the ECB off to its -- -- limited bond purchases was announced earlier this month just in a concert at seven investment management says it's now time some growth policies. They must also be calling for more growth policies to give people hope but there was the other side of this dip that you can see -- -- as well as the -- say there is a lighter side of life as well. I -- they while they comical this decisions they can stop certainly sought influencing those eurozone members to stop changing some policies. Libya we and the RBA also meets with the Australian Central Bank seen as the more likely to acts. Markets continue to wait to see if Spain -- for help a worsening economy rising anti austerity protests. And fractious regional politics -- like me to serve investors. And some traders already wondering how long it's -- can resist if Spain lost to help. On assault markets investors who bored during September's -- like he's a lock in some gains. In FX the longest Spain waits the more traders will be Thames -- offload the Euro before which currency QE3 -- dollars -- attractive the threat of intervention not helping the yen or Swiss francs appeal. And -- could lose its lost -- the obviate cuts rates in Europe that likely to remain cushioned. Out of fixing come -- is closely watching Spanish and French who auctions on Thursday. On the data front it's PMI week again here in Europe manufacturing numbers out Monday like you to show output from the Euro -- factories still shrinking. Within the seas below the magic fifty mark data for the dominant service sector due on Wednesday. Incorporate yourself for a week's extension mining group X Rosser has until Monday to decide whether to accept going course 36 billion dollar tender offer. Sponsors say will talk global regulation with Commodity Futures Trading Commission chairman Gary Gensler. And finally be Paris motor show continues next week despite the glitz and drama company bosses this week were resigned to a further slump and -- -- As industry -- overshadows the no frills small calls and -- super costs on display. Pat Soledad we get an out and enjoy the weekend IMAX growth -- -- --

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Europe Week Ahead: Central Bank parachutes

Friday, September 28, 2012 - 02:39