June 14 - A look at Friday's key market events including pre-election jitters over Greece, UK trade figures, H&M sales and a Syrian opposition coordination meeting.
Coming up I'll look ahead to Friday but first the headlines on Thursday afternoon. Knuckled talks toughness strains that -- sold. Germany's tells -- that she went Guaranty Bank deposits in the euros and new alarms -- raises Spain's ten year bond yields -- above seven cents. Cameron faces Murdoch's storm Britain's prime minister has dismissed as nonsense the suggestion that this policy promised to clear the way for new school to -- B sky B. He returned this -- at the 2010 election. I'm not yet got one in five jobs and about -- make issued a second profit warning in nine weeks as it struggles to keep up with apple some some. And physical. Looking ahead to tomorrow now investors likely to remain at risk of lists as they seek to protect themselves on the outcome of the Greek election on Sunday. -- broke a world class Jeremy cook says policy makers can forget about -- -- -- instead concentrate on the potential for contagion. To be honest I think that's if we're looking at -- EU policy to keep the the EU together the of the eurozone together. Then they need to throw a huge amounts of money. The yes -- too far all the rest of Europe let Greece go out and then present -- larger economies because. The Letzing got Greece is not a critical event for the Euro zone. Well -- to see similar problems in Spain or Italy and years' time than not would be and that's the real real issue for the politicians of the elements outside. On the economic front little in the way of notable day -- but UK trade figures at 930 London time. Likely to show a further deterioration. In the country's trade balance. The persistent eurozone crisis costing a dog shot out of the chances of an export led recovery despite a recent rise in demand from the US and China. On the corporate front sales biggest -- from retail Bellwether H&M. The pioneering global fashion retailer finding itself trailing -- and -- -- attacks in both sales and strategy. The Swedish firm is hoping you chains we'll help -- doubt. Nation that reported its first full and monthly sales for more than two and a half -- in April. In world news Syrian opposition groups will attend the coordination meeting in Istanbul tomorrow. Video uploaded to social media sites today shows the Syrian army firing heavy artillery on several areas of the city of Homs. We're unable to verify the authenticity of these videos. But the -- the off to mouth of an attack on a church and gets another placing com. And finally stunt man -- what and that will challenge himself once again tomorrow by attempting to walk across that Niagara Falls on a two inch diameter cable. On -- and without matching. The Canadian and US governments have welcomed the televised stunt saying it will spur tourism. Bring an estimated 120 million dollars to the region. That's our look ahead to Friday I'm Nigel Stephenson this is right yes.