July 26 - Pressure grows for Draghi to convince markets that just because the Fed is on the move, doesn't mean the ECB is too. While a bonanza of European earnings brings “Super Tuesday”.
Central banks taking center stage next week effects still setting the tone for markets around the world of course. And late to support suggest Ben Bernanke may use Wednesday's policy announcement to come home his message that we just bond buying doesn't mean rapid rate hikes. Peter in Europe ECB president Mario Draghi will probably come under pressure to collaborate on the -- guidance -- for the last month. This is completely new tennis chief DCB and has so far been bigger than fans. And as Bank of England day on Thursday to. No major policy change expected but analysts will also be hoping for fresh insights -- forward guidance from you governor my comic. The policy meetings in Europe come amid glimmers of hope on the economic funds as well. This week's GDP numbers show the UK recovery gaining pace manufacturing and construction PMI numbers on the last two days of next week. Expected to add to confidence there. -- some hope in the eurozone too often rough the better than expected numbers this week. Sentiment index and -- they all -- outing to the optimism. And keep an eye out for you is on inflation numbers not. 6% in July. Any uptick rule could limit the ECB's freedom of maneuver. The week's big bond sales will test both ends of the risk spectrum. Actually selling up to six and two quotes a billion euros of five and ten year debt on Tuesday. While Spain comes to the market later in the week no details yet on that one. Meanwhile Germany will sell up to two billion as -- five generals on Wednesday. Another huge week for European and things installed with just a few of the names strolling across your screen night. It's the banks that really catch the -- with lenders under pressure to prove they can keep cutting costs and shedding by the loans. All eyes on Super Tuesday when we'll get numbers from UBS and Deutsche Bank Barclays and sometimes that. Hopes rising after strong sets of numbers from US peers but plenty of what he still remain. Spain a particular focus on -- on the press official can strengthen its capital base even while dealing with the country's recession. Later in the week we'll also get numbers from -- analysts looking for signs that the pot nationalized British went up as on try to stop paying dividends again next year. Any such move could open the way from London to stop selling stuff to 9% stake in the bank. So what does all that mean for investors we'll check in with voters on Wednesday to find dozens that's when our latest asset allocation poll. We'll -- but this -- and he's going. Plus a look ahead to next speaks market moving events I'm Jamie -- them. This of votes of.