Feb. 5 - More signs of Germany powering ahead with industrial orders forecast to jump, but earnings from the world’s largest steelmaker may suggest that times remain tough for European industry.
Has got to got to Wednesday's key political and financial events -- OECD gives its outlook for the UK economy with finance minister George Osbourne. -- get his reaction and a speech -- Iran. Markets Chris Williams and sees prospects for the UK economy looking up. Along with the rest of the world. I think we're gonna see some -- beginning to get nudged up -- because it's not just UK this coming out what's. This is that you resign in major markets and the US as well. By giving installed the two day policy meeting the bank gives its verdict Thursday -- would no change of policy expected. Then maybe more attention on future governor makani faces a grilling from MPs that day. Investors looking for any cleaners for big shift in policy. That may be moral grounds for hope for the year -- tomorrow industrial orders for Germany you. And that full -- return -- positive territory in December out sentiment on Germany's economy will also be tested tomorrow with cited a full billion euros. In fines yet debts. Keep it -- around Athens as well with Germany's opposition candidate for chancellor due in town Greece's government may be hoping. This Stein broke -- wind September's election off to reports he supports giving Athens more time to implement reforms. On the earnings front GlaxoSmithKline reports tomorrow at midday the -- to make is still facing little seats in the UK. -- diabetes drug Avandia and its links to increase -- risks. Possible omits I was also so out tomorrow morning the world's largest steelmaker expects to report Q full coal profits. Down 26%. Compared with a year earlier. And vote by reports tomorrow analysts expect a pretax profit of two point 83 billion dollars for the Swedish automaker. -- -- -- -- -- they don't miss our interview without Harangody got tomorrow on the OECD's economic survey of the UK that's tomorrow yet. An -- problems has brought us.