Sept. 25 - A look at Wednesday's key events including French consumer confidence and a general strike in Greece.
Coming up I'll look ahead at Wednesday's key events the first headlines this choose stay off the -- Mario Draghi defends the ECB's actions to save the Euro which he repeats his irreversible but he warned these stats alone wouldn't solve the crisis. Government must do that bit too. Angela Merkel says Europe must face up to reforms in order to competes in a globalized world. And investors turned cautious over incessant on uncertainty over Spain's next move Madrid unveils. It's 2013 budget Thursday and of course shorelines on whether or not Spain lost for eight. And I think that played these babies is Kate is possible to get -- is decent -- is possible for -- balance and maybe it's one of the reasons why. Think the issue is being pushed down a little bit but I expectation is that -- says that next week we can now. Wisconsin had the prestige sells about ballot. I won't take that we'll see -- obviously approaching the violence comes to soccer ball they can -- the primary markets for the Jennings is -- Are now and we begin in France where we're expecting September consumer confidence and jobless numbers for August. The numbers come as our long prepares to present his 2013 budget Friday. France needs to find -- billions of euros in cuts if its deficit target of 3% of GDP is going to be met. In the UK we'll get the latest reading on how consumers are feeling retail sales for September due out from the CBI. The number fell in August of shoppers terrorists who will watch the Olympics instead of spending cash. And in Athens Greek unions sent to bring the country to a standstill on Wednesday public and private sector unions. As such as they just 24 hour general strike the first since the conservative led coalition. Came to power in June. That's -- look ahead to Wednesday I'm -- problems is runs.