Mar. 11 - A look at Tuesday’s key events including results from Audi, more gloom expected from UK industry and a cardinal conclave at the Vatican.
There's all look ahead to Tuesday's key political and financial events with solid corporate news Audi reporting full year results tomorrow. Volkswagen's luxury division last weeks of February sales -- profit record levels. After double digit growth in the US and Russia will be speaking with the CEO Rupert Stadler. At 1130. London time tomorrow who lost week of the Geneva motor show he told Reuters students have to wait. He's not planning to oust BMW -- the world to you structure atomic. We already fixed new targets additional gross patents so we want to two draw up to two million units accounted for any training. We saw a lot of nice also ambitious targets from their state -- and BMW Wasilla. The competition is on -- number one ba IA when and if any by increasing number. Us. Elsewhere numbers also from Italy after managing company and though and banking group in Texas -- out. On the data front inflation -- round of Germany expected to show prices rising at a city -- one and a half percent annually. In the UK more signs of economic one for chancellor George Osborne ahead of next week's bunches industrial output expected to barely register growth in January. While manufacturing output full cost to be completely Fries. Staying with the UK London setting 2040 full killed samarra. One in Spain and auction of six and twelve month bills is on. Finally Roman Catholic cardinals who shot themselves away and the rest and marchers in the Pope. The 115. Cardinals well into the Sistine Chapel and votes until one of them receives two thirds majority this chimney. And the smoke coming from it how the conclave will signal that progress of the outside world. Twice a day the cardinals will -- on that ballots white smoke means pitchers in the new -- black smoke means that still working on this. I thought -- had to choose an axle problems his problems.