July 30 - Mario Monti and Francois Hollande meet in Paris to discuss euro zone issues, while the U.S. looks to outlaw European emissions levies.
Coming up a look at the day ahead but first the headlines from today. Italian ten year debt yields briefly falling below 6% this morning messed this thing on -- -- as they wait for the ECB rate decision on Thursday. Elsewhere HSBC's sets aside two billion dollars -- -- fines and other costs brits involvement in the money laundering scandal and PPI miss selling in the UK. But looking ahead now to tomorrow a busy day for role in Europe with a slew of earnings and meetings we have unemployment data for Germany and the eurozone. But I think is expected to remain flat that. Italian president marry a multi will be in Paris to meet false -- launched himself taking in some of the Olympics today -- -- eurozone crisis. Investors watching what comes from what from Matt will be keeping a closer -- -- on Thursday's ECB rate decision. Eric -- from Lloyds bank WBM says that expectations for bass two. Nothing BS and pays for we will likely route. But also your own business and I think this move the tone of his song. Coleman saw in the recent poll suggests that this there's an extra tickets are glad to nothing unless the market gets that extra kick up. I think there will be the market could be subject to go to some disappointment. But across the Atlantic the US government will host a meeting of countries that oppose an EU law that forces all foreign airlines to pay the greenhouse gas emissions. The US senate's powerful commerce committee will hold a vote on whether it should be illegal to comply with the usual. And in company news will be looking towards banks with earnings from both BB BA and UBS as well as results from BP and he'd be in that. Let's look ahead -- you -- I'm not to Stephenson. This is protest.