Jan. 24 - Davos enters day three – we speak to top guests including Israel and Nigeria’s central bank governors, plus watch out for Germany’s Ifo index and Q4 GDP numbers from the UK.
Taking center stage this Friday date field got lost on all your economy watchers are there. The Britain's economy -- to the end of last year and his German businessmen -- and driven. But first a sneak preview of who will be interviewing tomorrow from doubles top names includes Bank of Israel governor Stanley -- This comes apart from Nigeria let me -- -- plus the president and chief executive of the US chamber of commerce Thomas -- And on the corporate front we'll be joined by WPP chief executive Martin -- and the vice chairman of General Electric John rice. Closer to home all eyes will be on two key economic report judge on Friday morning. At nine GMT -- -- -- index a key but almost out of German business sentiment may be yet further evidence that the Euro zone's largest economy is recovering. This would add to the positive mood surrounding Europe's pain must've following the upbeat PMI and city W subways and -- this week. But it's a different story in the UK numbers like on Friday except to show -- economy shrank in the fourth quarter of last year. LM I spoke to connects -- -- chief investment officer Alan Pickens and I asked them if the GDP numbers are really all about important the -- as investors are concerned. I would look more of the employment picture the employment picture is much stronger. I'm more reliable these are people that I getting Jobe says it. I would be skeptical putting too much weight you quite right Jamie does have. Political impact. -- -- economic market impact. Rather limited. European and Latin American leaders are set to gather for a two day summit in Chile -- that expected to discuss strategic allowing cities but of course against the backdrop. Of the eurozone debt crisis. Top names from -- schedule to attend include German Chancellor Angela Merkel. You council president Herman Von rompuy and president of the European Commission Jose Manuel Barroso. I don't forget to tune into double coverage on Friday wife a 600 GMT. I'm Jamie we gave up. -- -- --