June 27 - A look ahead to Friday’s key events including the end of Q2 for markets, UK house price data and Obama’s trip to Africa.
Friday marks the end of the week the month on the quotes up so markets likely to continue their recent volatility. Investors cut decide whether the Fed a growing US economy with -- -- are struggling US economy with continued stimulus. European leaders continue their two day meeting in Brussels finance ministers have agreed to force investors and wealthy -- to share the cost of future bank failures. The deal with the blissfully those who cannot argue -- finally getting to grips with the financial crisis on protecting taxpayers at the same time. Focus not who is on the next pillar of the project banking union. ETX capital jewel bundle though isn't sure the rules will be adhered to. It's definitely a step in the right direction and is carrying some -- trying day European banking union. I think there's a real concern that this still doesn't get hot spot is gonna -- the a European Parliament by the end 2000 saying. And I actually I think the big -- when it comes to a bank. In trouble is. All the country's gonna stick to the rules or are they going to be exceptional circumstances which require a different set of rules that I find. On the economic data front German retail sales for May expected to bounce back from April's shock fall. That would tie in with JFK's highest consumer confidence readings in six years that was out -- this week. British host crises also expected to continue rising off to the fastest -- -- increase since 2011 the last month. And finally and world news President Obama set to visit South Africa pictures here -- today's stop in Senegal. Where he received a boisterous welcome. Much of the -- agenda will focus on economic opportunity in the region. But this could be overshadowed by the health of former south African president Nelson Mandela has gone daughter to date despite his condition as trip to kill. But stable. Not so look ahead to Friday I'm Jamie we gave up the senate -- it.