Expect a potentially volatile trading day Friday after Reuters reported exclusively central banks were ready to turn on the taps to combat any fallout from the Greek elections on the weekend.
We can't beat that broke volatile trading day Friday after Reuters reported exclusively central banks already did it turn on the taps. To combat any fallout from the Greek elections over the weekend. That more -- economics editor the American those somber atmosphere. Bill how does the story play out not just Friday but over the next couple days. But it's very sad to see what's gonna happen we do expect to see some sort of lingering. Sentiment held in the markets on Friday. What our sources told us this story was that. Sentiments considering the possibilities of some coordinated liquidity and it's now it's very different from coordinated easing news -- About when the crisis ready for a -- in 2002009. And sentiments. Who's very aggressively on easing this is liquidity it's different. And it is also significant the course of the south and in. And you'll time the Bank of England took measures to boost lending and also to provide more liquidity that. The Bank of England governors in speaking about this evening -- such as response system so. That may encourage markets it's probably would do still remain quite jittery about the outcome of the Greek elections Sunday but. -- their I just about these. Bankers have all of fire power name needs to get out what is questions and see what the bank -- being with us proposing it does look like quite aggressive measures. That and and for a central madness must focus on places that's taking measures to boost growth is quite usual. Been in the United States as an FOMC meeting next week when not currently experiencing. Huge news from from that meeting I think most economists and expecting an extension Operation Twist as opposed to a more aggressive. You round of constitute reasonable bond -- we'll have to see you really. How things look next Wednesday off -- the regulation and really in Europe the ECB has made it very clear that it really expect politicians to me and expects. In fights and crisis before it would consist of for the masses that. Robert thanks so much that. Meantime we will take the pulse of the US economy would relieve -- investor -- figures in the morning. Growth manufacturing sectors expected to cool sharply in May Reuters correspondent Jason -- says to play problems and the euros down. Some forecasters think the manufacturing actually contracted. Back to show that the European debt crisis is having an effect on the US economy and could raise pressure just a little bit on the Fed to do more to. Help the economy out. And for you data ahead what's up with Thomson Reuters University of Michigan sent an index -- -- expect. Consumers to feel more blue with preliminary read -- falling for the first time in nine months optimism about the job market looks set to say. Investors will be eager to hear how much progress Delta Airlines is making -- hedging its fuel costs. -- it holds its shareholder meeting the company recently bought refinery a movement that would cut 300 million dollars from its annual jet fuel bill. That -- twelve billion dollars last year. JPMorgan trader in London who once that balance the books well you could take a lesson from the man we're gonna show you hi -- performer nick we'll let us set to walk into inch cable. Strong 18100 feet across Niagara Falls gorge on Friday evening. The journey should take him up to forty minutes and he will be required to Wear a CD artists. For this little stunt. -- for more days ahead be sure to follow us on Twitter writers insider also check out our TV channel on Reuters dot com slash Reuters TV. I'm Rhonda -- this is writers.