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Europe Day Ahead: Achtung! Ifo clue to Germany’s Q2

Thursday, May 23, 2013 - 01:55

May 23 - Germany’s Ifo set to offer the latest sign Europe’s biggest economy is stagnating. ECB's Asmussen and Liikanen and BoE's King on the tapes, while the WEF's MidEast NAfrica conference starts in Jordan.

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YouTube's biggest economy Germany takes center stage on Friday with the release of -- subject. The report is expected to show Jon and businessmen all broadly holding steady and may. This comes a day after markets -- PMI's showed some improvement in the country's manufacturing activity. But it's the sector is still shrinking albeit at a slower rate. LL we spoke to rob Dobson senior economist at market he says he supports so the German Economy is still struggling. And it's paying my numbers are suggesting that Jimmy is gonna -- -- -- -- tape why I would expect yacht photo index to be sharing isn't very cool at least similar picture I'm not. A Gemini study into it connected with the eurozone but also with the global economy as a -- and -- ambiguous and not seem particularly well. Global economy people solution size -- to Kenya that's not good -- become militant. Plus he'll get a big fan of Japanese Q1 GDP numbers on Friday initial numbers indicated only private consumption increase in the quotes up. But as investments and exports declined. And Jordan the World Economic Forum on the Middle East and -- profit targets on the way. The three day event brings together almost 1000 leaders from across the region and beyond. On the agenda and investing in infrastructure for the long term and helping start -- to scale up. A few high level policymakers speaking in -- -- -- and -- of the country's prime minister you get -- Tynan. -- by governor out at you like Canon and Bank of England governor I'm Evan king. Are set to speak at the seminar on what -- land from the crisis. Plus European Central Bank governing council member and Bundesbank president -- vitamin. We'll give a speech in hottest entitled who calls the shots the problem of fiscal dominance. That's a look ahead to Friday I'm Jamie media about this and brought them.

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Europe Day Ahead: Achtung! Ifo clue to Germany’s Q2

Thursday, May 23, 2013 - 01:55