Jan. 31 - A look at the day ahead on Wednesday including euro zone debt crisis, Merkel in China, Portugal bond auction and Fiat Q4 results.
Risk assets rising BC's prime minister says significant progress is being made and bond deal talks. Jobless rate -- dress codes eurozone unemployment at its highest since both the single currency. On sun comes up suffers the Euro zone's biggest bank feels the -- of a -- kind of one. Those -- the headlines this Tuesday afternoon looking ahead to Wednesday and Marcus will be watching for signs of any for the progress towards agreed on deal. A definitive agreement is set to be achieved by the end of the week. But those record jobless figures a reminder that EU leaders have to find ways to boost growth and ease the growing threat of political unrest. Somerset capital chief executive Dominique Johnson says a big deal will help -- -- but in the long run serious problems remain. Look at these unemployment figures -- like Spain and Greece have 50%. Unemployment. People below the age 25 but how much more start because they take you can't make everyone -- a continual country ultimately he'll he'll be your economy just -- in on itself. So short term. Probably 70% have cut will will will we negotiated three people seem quite hopeful about that may -- -- Anthony's the next few days. But in the medium term the serious problems still remain opponent Greece is gonna group -- -- this problem. German chancellor Angola knuckle heads to China tomorrow a government source has told puts -- she'll use the visit to encompass China to the justice and push a bit of any and auto. Sources also say America will try to restore confidence that you look consult with debt crisis. And that market options to model from Portugal and Germany Portugal sale of up to one and a half billion euros of three and six month bills will be closely watched. Soaring borrowing costs have -- what is Lisbon will be forced to seek a second rescue package. On the corporate front fourth quarter results due from -- -- off to a -- -- it. But today's and Italy have resume production today following trucker strikes last week that forced the it to halt work. -- shares up over 52% this year outperforming the other European also Stoxx index by almost 10%. I'm finally WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange will appeal against extradition to Sweden competent Supreme Court to model. Assange is accused of sex offense is on the result of the heating is due on Thursday. So look ahead to Wednesday a look at the morning's session on Wall Street coming up and cheating at noon that's available from fight PM London -- -- he's done on a site up and it was dot com. I'm -- to give up this avoids.