Investors brace for the you know groups that picked on Greece. Eurozone finance ministers expected to approve the next tranche of loans to keep Greece afloat but the money is unlikely to be paid that before December out. Ministers are also looking for sustainable ways to cut the dead of a country whose economy is expected to strength for a sixth year running and 2015. Earlier we spoke to rubble by this global head of financial markets assess John Lambert's. We asked them if fixing peace means its creditors ultimately utopian taxpayers -- -- to -- off much of the loans. The fact is crease pass far too much -- history teaches this again and again that Greece's situation can only be -- If a bigger heck goddess in post it's not much for much private sector left here and equations we can tow belong to about it the official sector will be the next in line greedy. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- In the UK the Bank of England publishes minutes from its November and PC meeting on Wednesday. Investors will be looking for clues as to whether there's more appetite for further que me. Bank of England Governor Mervyn King has already won the economy could strength again at the end of 2012 it's just one -- that after it exits of the session. This suggests that may still be room for more money printing in the coming months. The minutes will be released at half past nine UK time along with public sentiment following figures for October. And fixed income Gemini is sent to sell four billion euros of ten year bonds. Dalton is likely to -- pretty good to -- with investors seeking the sixty of German debt amid the ongoing uncertainty surrounding Greece. So no technical fail likely this time unlike two of the past four -- and auctions. That's a look ahead to Wednesday I'm Jamie we gave up. This is lots of.
Nov. 20 - A look to the close of the European markets and a look ahead to the next day's trading, as well as what to expect from the Asian markets overnight. ( Transcript )
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