Sept. 24 - A look at Tuesday's key events including German GfK consumer sentiment, Merkel's meeting with Draghi and the UN General Assembly.
Coming up I'll look ahead of Tuesday's key events first the headlines Monday afternoon. German recession fears raised business sentiment drops for a fifth straight month despite ECB's old bond buying plan. Regulates his face it'll make its fun Michel -- DA and European ammonia and -- against the among -- on -- questions and European Parliament today. About market manipulation. And Britain bank's business back yet UK government pledges a billion pounds to expand lending to small boats. Turning to tomorrow now and horse on the heels about the federal. Business sentiment takes round of -- you'll get the latest consumer sentiment survey. From JFK economists expecting October's figure to hold steady as consumers remain less inclined to save despite worries over the economy. The big economic event of the day is a meeting between ECB chief Mario -- in German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin Draghi says he wants to explain his plans for rescuing the Euro to German policy makers. A seeded German source tells Reuters Germany's ECB member yet Ausmus and will join the talks drag you'll also addressed Germany's main industry group. PDI tomorrow. In politics the UN's kicks off its annual diplomatic gathering in New York stalemate. I in Syria China spat with Japan and climate change topped the agenda for this is general assembly. Speaking on day one present a -- Brazilian present in the Rousseff French presence onslaught on loan and Nigerian president good luck Johnson. Finally the trying to twelve Ryder Cup gets underway tomorrow -- Medina near Chicago. While Europe composed for the world's top find -- that twelve man team. Nine members of team USA finished in the top fifteen this -- weekends FedEx Cup including Brent Snedeker. We took the ten million dollar top prize pat -- had to choose to have some problems for us.