Aug. 28 - European stocks hit reverse as earnings fall short and the wait for ECB action on debt drags on into another week.
European stocks hit the -- as endings -- shots underweight but the ECB. Drags on into another week spotted an Italian government bonds also done. Tomorrow German chancellor Angola medical meets Italian prime minister money -- once in -- Informal talks up -- -- vote on the shuttle diplomacy as you it was only goes brace for September which is shaping up to be a critical month and the crisis. Sentiments on -- -- to be tested tomorrow with the sale of six month bills gold hoping tonight's the big drop in yields CNET today's -- its belts and -- successful sale comes despite today's -- GDP numbers showing the economy contracted by not point 4% in the second quarter up. -- but thanks Christian chill also says the -- -- forgot actually conceals since. -- of good news. If you look at the Spanish state one thing that also of course the springs. It's reminded that's the relatively good -- performance so the Spanish economy is that same time as it's a losing domestic demand. Gaining extended a -- so did the overall recession for Spain is actually quite -- -- keep an eye out for dates including German inflation numbers economists expecting further signs that price -- are moderates and elsewhere France's business climate index is forecast to that two new laws. It's a quieter day for Manning's -- without -- the only big name to account for Europe's biggest hotel chain expected to hit forecasts -- according to Credit Suisse. They say -- cut to what the company has to say about progress on its restructuring. -- the pot Olympic Games open in London tomorrow south African double amputee off Scott Estonia's. We'll make history by becoming the first athlete to compete both at the Olympics and -- Olympics the 25 -- south African. The Macy's -- carbon fiber Pacific blades failed in his bid to -- the Olympics 400 meters final. That's it found no I'm Judy to give up this is brought to.