A look ahead to Wednesday’s key events including results from Zara owner Inditex and Adecco. Plus euro zone factory output and the latest IEA oil report.
This Soledad to Wednesday's key political and financial events is -- the only way it's bizarre I know that -- attacks. That's the headline on -- preview piece to numbers from the world's biggest clothing retailer out tomorrow. A shares continued to soar expectations offer 23% rise in for your next. As the company expands rapidly in China or Russia and ramps up its online sales look -- -- special reports. On -- right now. Other companies reporting tomorrow includes debt carried 2012 net profit at the world's biggest -- groups -- down 17%. As European businesses remain reluctant to hire because of economic insurgency. And numbers also -- and Germany's biggest utility. UK travel firm Thomas Cook. Last week it announced it's cutting 2500 jobs and closing 195. Stores. And Italian luxury goods company taunts. On the days of fronts off to disappointing industrial production numbers out of the UK today tomorrow as the center of the Euro zone. And it's not a pretty picture of their line output of factories full cost to slip back into negative territory. Debt auctions you tomorrow in Italy Germany and the UK. Jeremy cells find billion euros of Syrian its rhythms treasury will auction to an off to create off billion euros of three year -- And the UK treasury sells a 2052. Guilt. Finally the International Energy Agency releases its I saw report lost month it cut -- them on now looking contrast with OPEC and America's EIA. Which were more copies are -- talking with the edits are about report on -- on how front 9 am London time tomorrow morning. That is all of that to Wednesday I'm -- truffle is it runs.