I'll look ahead to Thursday coming up but first the headlines on Wednesday afternoon. Documents obtained by Reuters shall you do is on central banks may roll over the team bond holdings. -- by five point six billion euros in government governments will need to provide Athens by 2016. Small business leaders but Obama's plan to let tax rates -- for the wealthy but congress means deadlocks over the fiscal cliff. I'm Egyptian demonstrates that the man president mostly rescinded the three -- say gets in the post that dictates -- turning to Thursday night and the Bank of England releases its twice yearly financial stability reports. Back in June governor I'm Evan king attacked but it banking coach in the wake of a CD's of financial scandals. Libel on PPI left king they're trying deceitful methods of making money I'm calling for a fundamental overhaul sector. On the data -- the latest jump in jobless dates are expected to show unemployment unchanged at two point 8%. Eurozone sentiment dates are also -- Economic sentiment expected to fall slightly along with Savvis -- and consumer sentiment. A slight improvement in the business climate forecast by economists who also see no change in the industrial ago. And fixed income tomorrow actually set to auction between three and four billion euros of five and ten year bonds. Rooms borrowing cost falling today to the lowest level since June last year the tenure -- done as low as four point 66%. Fund and world news in the United Nations is expected to hold a debate on whether to upgrade the Palestinians United States has to -- country. Germany has joined Israel on the US and opposing the diplomatic upgrades. For its part Britain is holding back saying it wants assurances the Palestinians won't -- Israel through the international criminal -- -- still has joined Switzerland Denmark and Austria and saying it will vote for the upgrades. Not so look ahead to Thursday I'm -- media about this have -- of.
Nov. 28 - A look at Thursday’s key events including the BoE stability report, German jobless data and a key UN vote on Palestinian status ( Transcript )
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