Oct. 18 - If there are no surprises from the EU summit, investor sentiment should take a turn for the positive says Hargreaves Lansdown's Richard Hunter.
A look ahead to Friday coming up but first the headlines. Rosneft tightening its hold on the Russian oil industry sources close to the deal say the Russian state oil -- It's -- for BP's 50% stake in T and TBP. Not -- warning of what challenging -- quotes -- as it rolls out delete discussion of its Lumia Smartphone. The company reporting small -- unexpected -- c.'s today in the third quarter. And Germany fronts clocks ahead of the EU summit angle a medical once the European Commission to how Vito -- -- national budgets that -- EU rules. But false while long says that priority should be to get moving on European banking union. That two day summit concludes tomorrow but it's a concept from Hargreaves Weinstein says he doesn't expect. Any surprises. We have seen. And the Chinese rights of -- slowing down to some point 4% this morning when I'm many Chinese common types -- Off suggesting that that particular economies. He's now auctioning providing Iran and complete car crash is coming after the European summit and investor sentiment has definitely taken a turn for the positive. On the day it's a fun tomorrow September German producer price inflation forecast to drop slightly from August. But hold steady out one point 6% on an annual basis. Eurozone comes a kind dates are also due tomorrow morning. Finally more big and things that really seized in the United States Bellwether General Electric bill BC's chief Steve results. She has spent billions buying companies in recent years but says only a few positions on night on the horizon. Analysts expect earnings of 56 cents per share up from 22 cents for the same quarter of last year. Honeywell McDonald's also report Q3 numbers. Not so look ahead to Friday I'm -- you gave them this is Reuters.