Aug. 9 - A look at Friday and German inflation looks to keep euro zone policymakers on their toes, as the IEA release their monthly oil report and ThyssenKrupp earnings are seen down by 86%.
Before we take a look at what's going on tomorrow in Europe has -- at today's headlines stand a child begins its fight back. Against the -- -- ranking regulates the department of financial services. Accusing the bank of money laundering 250 billion dollars in transactions with Iran says in -- -- Continuing to recover today often losing a quarter of that value she was site. In China the woman of the sentence have a politically explosive trial has not contested murder charges to highlight wife of former Politburo member. Bojan light is accused of involvement with the murder of British businessman -- he would. Inflation reports the main -- event tomorrow Germany releasing final Consumer Price Index for July -- told expressing his. To rise four tenths of a percent month on month. -- from negative -- point 1% in June Charles standing company's -- fast and cost says the Germany must now. Take -- -- its next economic moment. Most concerning Lee will just a juvenile court has put forward regional Thorpe is as well the German Economy looks. As if it is on the point of caving in as well. It may not be too long before children is back in recession. That for the weakness that we else seeing in some manipulation. Does at least provide very valuable scope for the reasons Montreal authorities to take action. Unfairly discredit swiftly should they -- it now. It's our. Italian CPI also due around taste of their expects to show prices falling one point 62 cents. The International Energy Agency releases its -- oil market report tomorrow morning OPEC saying earlier today that world -- them on growth could fall short of full costs next yet. The exporting group citing a turbulent global economic outlook adding it may revise full cost by up to 20%. The idea is David fight will be talking to Reuters tomorrow about that report. Make sure you with us at time nine bsc catch that. Quick look at earnings and Thyssen -- results -- Reuters poll seeing third quarter earnings down 86 descendants. Germany's biggest steelmaker said last month it would temporarily kept working hours. And it's fine steel making facilities in Germany responding to a slowdown and a ball. Before we get let's see what's happening tomorrow on day fourteen of the Olympics. The men and women's MX finals set to kick off at 1630. With Britain's hopes pinned on -- Nazi read. Who's -- up with the -- Bennett tried to forty will see the women take to the track for the full by 100 relay before the men compete in the four by 400. Britain among the strongest competitors that makes it tomorrow. Eyes we'll -- Taekwondo with the women competing for gold medal in the under 67. Cumulative costs. That's all look at the day ahead and some trouble this is crisis.