Feb. 10 - All eyes are on Athens as Greek lawmakers prepare for a Sunday vote on the country's debt deal and euro zone leaders warn that planned austerity measures don't go far enough.
You thought the Greek crisis was easing will think again politicians and offense followed over how to meet -- increasingly tough austerity demands being placed on them by Brussels. -- still no deal that secured the 150 billion you know aid package. And the -- expected to continue into the weekend. On Sunday lawmakers judges to vote on that austerity measures with the unit is organizing offense has to another 325. Million euros to plant costs. But with -- -- ninety an offense unless -- asking whether that's a step too far for the beleaguered city government. Plus what the growth numbers for the euros on the big data point to a cut for next week. I know growth seen falling to half the rate recorded in the previous three months but some analysts evidence that -- karma has been -- -- -- -- They're off there it seems that they should look into leading indicators -- -- 2 PMIs. -- -- orders dynamics. There's actually the if probability you'll have a heavy blow people's defense growth number for -- for you responsible. UK inflation also in focus next week CPI numbers I was on Monday -- expected to show that price rises a cooling off on Wednesday the Bank of England will tell us if this is likely to -- -- -- publishes its latest quarterly inflation report. Mr. it to be another busy week for European earnings with so -- among the most closely watched names. Those numbers are on Thursday and analysts will be looking to see how much the bank is suffering from -- exports -- -- -- crisis. Among the other names to account for next week -- to send troops until American and -- systems. Well us all from us but I would join us every day at this time for a look at the trading day I had I didn't give him this is brought to.