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Europe Day Ahead: Portugal fixed? Drugmakers nervous...

Monday, July 22, 2013 - 02:24

July 22 - Portugal gets a new-look government, but can it govern? Meanwhile euro zone economic data may offer glimmers of hope, and drugmakers wait to see who else gets swept up in China’s bribery probe.

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-- come -- -- across the eurozone as Portugal stepped back from -- collections but as a problem solved a problem this belonged. Portugal's prime minister today confirming that he will make junior coalition part -- -- Apollo Portis has deputy. Not deal likely to be formalized tomorrow with an official request the president to sign off on the reshuffle. Fortis will take on a fuel coordinates in talks with Liz opens an international lenders. Eurozone consumer confidence the major data point to watch out for tomorrow and could give further weight to the -- The most of the recession may be behind us economists polled by voters. Expecting the number to -- up to minus eighteen point three from minus eighteen point -- France's latest business climate index also seen posting a marginal gain. RBC capital markets pizza chef that -- says the consumer confidence number only house potentially unsafe for markets. As one of many small pieces science is on the number of -- wasteful. It's just if this number is okay it's probably comes and goes -- if it -- like a rock than it. People stuck paying attention. Spain and the Netherlands the only two major sellers of sovereign debts -- The dot sale comes -- they have the Fed has revealed what looks like you know silent housing market crash. Crises done almost 10% in the attention of more than 20% down from the peak in August 2008. Up to three half billion euros of two Eagles on the block in Madrid sum -- of the -- not expected to face any difficulties. The Spain's benchmark ten year yield easing -- again today. China's investigation into alleged -- -- by drugmaker is still a huge focus for equity markets amid signs that more companies could be named. Officials today confirming that AstraZeneca and Belgian drugmaker UCB have also been filled following the charges against GlaxoSmithKline. The British pharmaceuticals giant today saying that some of its executives appeared to have broken Chinese laws. Chief executive Andrew -- expected to say how to come people respond to the charges on Wednesday. One other story to keep and I don't buy some model puts it may or may not have a new -- to the throne. Media frenzy and fool would drive PO on news that the duchess of Cambridge has and live up. A princess called Alexandra the most likely outcome according to British -- Not some look ahead to Tuesday kind seemingly gave them this is Reuters.

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Europe Day Ahead: Portugal fixed? Drugmakers nervous...

Monday, July 22, 2013 - 02:24