Aug. 16 - A look at five key events for markets next week including Egypt, company results from Carlsberg and Heineken, and key euro zone PMI data.
Like things you should come out next week first off barring any drastic resolution over the weekend Egypt like you to remain to be political -- story next week. Security -- in Cairo today for Friday prayers. And a plan that protests called by the Muslim Brotherhood. A nationwide show of anger is expected against a ferocious security crackdown on islamists which has killed over 600. Defying criticism from major western allies Egypt's army backed government has warned it'll turn its guns on anyone who attacks the police or public buildings. Senior EU diplomats -- due to hold an emergency meeting in Brussels on Monday to discuss the unfolding crisis. Second company news Carlsberg expects to post a 3% increase in profits. The Danish group benefiting from double digit growth in Asia rival Heineken also reporting the world's furthest Rogers Brooke. Or say who are looking increasingly to Asia has been a sales -- and every other region. -- Glen Cole reports -- -- its production report this week mad market expectations with higher volumes and cobra. Cold and agricultural products. And BHP also releasing its first set of results on the new boss Andrew MacKenzie the top global minus facing corruption charges in the US -- polity to its 2000 race. Olympic sponsorship. On the data front a snapshot of manufacturing and services in the Euro zone on Thursday with flash PMI is -- August. Expect to see us more improvement in manufacturing and services above the key fifty figure. For the first time in eighteen months. IG market analyst Chris Beecham says further signs of strength in the coal unlikely. Expecting nieces and advance further in terms of expansion territory -- Germany. -- some nice course of very encouraging sign especially from France given that the other side of -- institute strongest nations has been. Qualifying and or senators force -- looking Jenny CSX who Craig is still suffering silently as a result the slowdown in magic -- from the PMI where Fred to some extent. Two events of the US next week will be closely watched here in Europe for us the minutes of the July fed meeting due for release Wednesday. At the end of the week Central Bank as a policy makers meet for their annual gathering in Jackson Hole Wyoming to discuss the global economy. I he's Beecham says it looks for -- splits on tapering from the minutes. But don't hold your breath for much out of Miami. Some -- make it perhaps I towards tapering more depending on -- That's the good data we've had while others probably alternate inflation is 22 and need to hold off so that's for -- more respect coming through on the Fed and Jackson Hole. Really not much compared to years cost us a focus of excitement for. Launched in the QE programs are very much of -- about the attacks and all of a proxy participants will be -- for the lack of media attention this year. Finally blade runner -- for -- to back in court Monday in Johannesburg off to south African police this week completed them under investigation. They're hearing likely to be brief and procedural will outline detailed charges for the Valentine's Day shooting. There was no for an Revis dean camp the prosecution and -- his defense team. Agree on a trial things. I thought ahead to next week. I'm so proud of this crisis.