Nov. 17 - A look to the close of the EMEA markets and ahead to the next day's trading, as well as what to expect from the Asian markets overnight.
It sixteenth that's in London eleven -- Neil you're saying that worries weigh on markets once again in Spain France -- awfully high yields to get away benchmark bond auctions. The risk assets find some relief off the jobless claims -- to a seven -- live. In the US. France and Germany's war was over the ECB lightly to remain the market focus tomorrow -- -- continues to insist that the Central Bank -- significantly increase. It's bond buying but some commentators. Think policy makers may still have room for a minute that. There's a perception that Germany has got a -- if he doesn't of the message is is to seek. On the twenty -- member ruling council. At one of the numbers yet and stop was a hardliner he has given his resignation. His past success -- Edmondson is less of hardliners who we think that might be a shift that. Now we may get some plays on the ECB's feel in the -- tomorrow with new bank president and I -- -- to speak to the European banking congress -- Frankfurt. And I governing council and millions Biden and and German finance minister Wolfgang showing that we'll say -- to speak. But a -- to be -- date that -- so we've German producer price numbers the anything to watch doubtful the annual rate seen slowing mostly to find point 3% from five point 5%. A month idea. And as we head into the weekend the attention very much sense to Spain's next on Sunday the conservative opposition people's policies -- winning. The convincing victory that was -- his prime minister Jose. He gets up terrorists and it's become the latest -- swept aside. But the risen -- crisis. But hey that's over lost and now but do -- they -- which -- dot com for all the latest news and analysis include vehicles full coverage. -- the Spanish election I'm Dustin Johnson. This is what it's.