Aug. 29 - German Chancellor Angela Merkel heads to China to seek support for euro zone assets, while a bond auction will test Italy's claim that markets are starting to recognise its reform efforts.
A lot of noise but not a lot of movements medical Monty and drug at all loads with a reassuring rhetoric that you have is on the right -- But there's barely any move to speak -- stocks bonds won't be -- -- often meting Monty today met goes off to China tomorrow euros on what he's still the top item on the agenda in Beijing. The German chancellor expected to seek Chinese support for the -- -- -- -- -- Meanwhile will get a test of Montes claim today that Marcus starting to recognize Italy's progress on the farm. An optional midterm and long term bonds has scheduled a little will be hoping to benefit from today's slightly treats and benchmark yields. It's -- -- -- session highs but still up on the date TJ markets senior trade Amano -- a lot of us said there's no change and the gloomy. Outlook from -- who increasingly higher unemployment increasing my youth unemployment in spying. A property market and banking market that's -- is suffering very badly and it issues we. Little hope for for recovery for a for the Spanish economy. And it looks like at some point that there will work are apparent lack Catalonia. And looking to be funded is one step closer to the entire country look for about -- out. Notably for expecting some tomorrow's economic -- up eurozone sentiment index EC declining across the board according to analysts polled by Reuters. The handling business climate index forecast to drop to minus one point three. German unemployment shouldn't get any will still the unemployment rate in August forecast to hold steady at six point 8%. WPP the big name to the kind of fought among Somalis call for results. Analysts looking to see if the world's biggest advertising company is on track ahead of what promises to be a bomb put thought quarts of -- exact of Martin's total promising that makes a sporting events and the US election board tried gains over the next three months. We will have an interview with him tomorrow morning. -- tough numbers also -- from Vivendi -- for any clues they have to its restructuring plans. Russell and I'm I'm Jamie -- -- this it was a.