Sept. 19 - The tentative optimism in the euro zone will be tested tomorrow by a slew of data and benchmark bond sales in France and Spain.
Investors hold as far as the guessing game over Spain's expected bailout request drags on. These tens of optimism over Europe's economy facing a big test tomorrow with a slew of data due out. Flash PMI is for the Euro -- in the big numbers and account for index is seen rising across the board. The full cost to say well within contractually territory would also get more clues to the sage of Europe's shoppers Euro zone consumer confidence. Seen edging higher but retail sales growth may slow in the UK. Even if tomorrow's state Adobe full cost of Lloyds TSB chief investment officer Tim Howard says the fundamentals. That far from encouraging. When your running deficits this size that slice of Spain. And they on the periphery Greece on imports store dressing. We still got a long long way to go ahead say it. Things up progressive at least on the monetary side but I think -- Tennessee fiscally they do. New York's going to be driving with a hand -- on for a while yet this is a -- gross well was still and we have been sometime. Major bone cells also -- to test the -- Spain -- to sell bonds with maturities. -- to January 20 -- Madrid hoping to benefit from today's fresh step in benchmark yields ten year yields now below the 585. Coupon set for tomorrow's sale. Keep an eye on Paris is well yields back heading the other way as the bid -- -- debt loses some steam. Media Franken takes top billing on the earnings calendar shareholders looking for any clues to strategy off to major shareholder -- -- credit. Denied reports it was pushing to spin off some units. Numbers also -- you from Hammond C Tsotsi analysts watching to see if -- ball and social media revenues. Can continue to dry -- -- gains at the advertiser. That is that stuff from us amount. I'm out of trouble this is --