Sept. 10 - Tuesday could be the last quiet day of the week as investors brace for a storm of euro zone event risk starting Wednesday.
The calm before the storm European equities and peripheral debt eased back from last week's big gains. Investors hunkered down ahead of a huge week of event risk for the Euro zone Wednesday the big day this week that's when the German Constitutional Court rules on the legality of Berlin's participation. In the eurozone bailout fund. There's also -- closely watched election in the Netherlands while the European Commission will set out plans. For joint supervision of EU pranks. Don't forget about Greece signed up for all the optimism spot by the ECB's bond buying plan some analysts say events in Athens could soon change sentiment. I think their on going issues relating to Greece with the troika visit Richard Finkel says it should be ignored a gain at their peril because I think the underlying optimism we -- -- these these on buying a decision loss that I think could well be undermined over the course of the upcoming -- days and weeks. Why on another round of uncertainty relations grace. Tuesday said to be a quiet day for data releases in Europe German wholesale prices seen rising at a slightly quicker race. Outside the eurozone Britain's trade balance is full cost edged back towards balance -- whether as a long way to go. A deficit of nine billion euros as the prediction in a Reuters poll of economists. No major earnings -- tomorrow but some of tens of traffic figure is likely to be closely watched Jerry McCarron is ongoing labor disputes. Unions telling Reuters they probably one destroying during the next six weeks while mediation efforts proceed. That is that -- from us for now I'm -- trouble this is sources.