June 14 - A Federal Reserve policy decision looms over Europe’s volatile markets. Meanwhile, G8 leaders gather as trouble simmers in Greece and Turkey.
Look I think the big event for European markets next week but it's not in Europe as the US Fed's policy decision on Wednesday. -- Marcus and tomorrow all the speculation about an end to his bond buying. Seems C markets analyst Michael -- says investors just want some reassurance. I think if anything the market's looking for mr. Bernanke to hold his hand. And site look you know we're not going to. Have backup constant easing program we going to adjusted according to the economic -- I'm really going to remind economists say the nominee doesn't seem that some. He's gonna say anything that. Much different. Heating unit that we kicks off with -- G-8 summit to NORTHERN IRELAND security types of events but protests already taking place in London on the run the country. Setting -- likely to top the agenda after the White House said it was ready to stop arming the rebels. Keep an eye on Japanese prime minister -- so I'll be -- he's due to hold talks with Angola medical during the summit. I'm with British counterpart David Cameron later in the week the Japanese leader under pressure to prove as aggressive economic stimulus measures are still looking. US president Barack Obama also due for talks with medical later in the week and barrel in. Meanwhile eurozone finance ministers gathered in Luxembourg on Thursday. Germany expected to come under heavy pressure to reliance on this opposition to a cross border buying resolution mechanism. Not knotted the main obstacle to -- banking union deal but bella and isn't expected to budget before September's general election. -- case still the other big story with no sign of running to the unrest there. Prime minister tighten up on sending mixed messages regarding whether it plans to crack down on the protesters on relates. The unrest also playing and so difficult policy decision for the Turkish Central Bank massive capital inflows and -- tumbling -- Making any repeat of last month may cut highly unlikely. Greece looking like a potential flash point again to prime minister on to be some on us facing a revolt within the ruling coalition. What has abrupt close overstated both custom. And collapse of the government itself since it's at -- back into crisis. Elsewhere lookout for bond sales from Spain France and Germany. Front's probably the most closely watched with pot as continuing to its espresso for Foster a structural reforms. Meanwhile Spain's bond sale on Thursday comes 48 hours off the iMac publishes its way to support in the country. Spotted shields shaping up again -- with fundraising for the year ahead of schedule analysts say in Madrid isn't on -- too much stress that just yet. On the dates of funds watch out for Germany's latest steady W index on Tuesday. -- conditions and economic sentiment both seen picking up in June. On Thursday look at plus. PMI is seen heading higher but expected to remain well below the fifty points. Not -- contraction from expansion. And I outside the -- what's on -- inflation and retail sales numbers from the UK inflation seen running at a similar pace to last month. While retail sales are expected to add to spate of encouraging signals coming out of Britain. Retailers -- wants to wants on the comings calendar through each and I'm reporting Q1 figures. On the world's number two fashion retailer isn't expected to send to confidence. The Swedish -- -- and -- this week that the economic downturn in Europe continues to weigh on sales. Also next week Boeing and Airbus resumed hostilities as the hottest initial kicks off. Airbus doing initial today with the first flight of his latest big checks -- -- fifty boy not expected to -- -- -- next moves. And stay with relatives for all the big -- interviews from policy during the week. -- look ahead to next week's market moving events -- continue to give up. This is what's it.