Aug. 24 - The euro zone's diplomatic dance quickens: Greece's PM visits Paris; Hollande goes to Madrid; French and German finance ministers meet in Berlin. And central bankers pack for Jackson Hole
Caution prevails on equity markets is Reuters reports this plane is already in talks everybody lounge and -- delays salmon would increase. There won't be any letup for Greece on Saturday when prime and assigned to an assault on us meets Francois along often talks about today's talks -- -- -- medical. The French president likely to repeat my -- the mom that I often stick to the current timetable for choosing. Its budget deficit for the German chancellor may be more nuanced and a major interview with domestic TV station and audio on Sunday. Economists watching to see if she uses the occasion to solve the parent German public -- off the line on a the shuttle diplomacy continues -- next week along the European council president Herman van rompuy visit Madrid next week for separate talks. -- prime minister Mariano Rajoy. Analysts looking for clues to what ever bailout negotiations maybe going on. German and French finance minister is also due to meet in -- to thrash out their position on aid to Spain and Greece. Sentiment sent to be tested in several that sales during the week -- -- three and six month bills cheers today. While it's really comes to market with a variety of short term debt over the week both countries seeing yields. -- Hayat again this week IG index is well head and says the summer lull on bond markets -- showing signs of wearing off. We've seen a little bit of a move up in Spanish you once again they're becoming a familiar face it after a one month vice I think it's more cases just who was seeing. The jittery markets and in the summer -- -- we've had and we had a good run of things and I now a -- I think a little bit more about the macro picture as well as we head into September. And that these commentators are coming back. Central Bank is also in the spotlight next week Friday brings that annual get together in Jackson Hole and all my days are on the Watkins Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke drops about future rounds of Q we. ECB president Mario Draghi and Bundesbank chief against Biden and we'll send you to beat that. And here in Europe there's plenty of earnings to account for among the big names to report no doubt we'd -- WPP. And Vivendi. The French conglomerate closely watched soft deport splits over web asset sales or breakup with a best way to reverse years of decline in the company's share price. That's it from us and don't IMAX -- is runs.