Mar. 5 - Australia's central bank kicks off a busy week for policy makers world-wide. Economists will be watching revised euro zone growth data for any further signs of weakness.
Fresh data raises concern over recession in Europe and worries over slowing Chinese economy taking that total on Europeans don't. Russian equities and missed seven month -- also Vladimir Putin's overwhelming win in the presidential election. The market -- cautious ahead of expected street protest security forces locking down central Moscow has anger. Mounts over widely reported election fraud. Tomorrow Australia case of a busy week for central banks around the world don't expect any change from the RBA right now but easing. Is looking likely in the months ahead the European Central Bank to Bank of England. As well as those of Canada South Korea and Indonesia or make policy decisions in the coming days. The Geneva motor show opens to the press -- stay overshadowing the event too much capacity price pressures. And global tie ups like the one just announced by GM and Peugeot Citron. And off to today's PMI surprised keep an eye out for revisions of the Euro zone's GDP choose day. Initial dates are shared a contraction of zero point 3% in Q4. -- economist Trevor Williams says any recession could loss for an extended period. I think that they're seesawing this fact some of the northern European economies what's been irons well off -- strongest signs of coming out of the slump. But so overrule the growth for the eurozone remember was revised down by the ECB to mind is so point 2% for this year so -- The prognosis for the eurozone as a hole is one of recession this year on the full year basis that's it for now join us again this time every day. -- -- problems is rises.