Mar. 18 - Cyprus stays centre stage as analysts wait to see if Nicosia does a quick rethink on bailout plans. Meanwhile, ZEW index numbers and an outlook from BMW will give us more clues to Germany's health.
Here's our look at the Tuesday's key political and financial events -- still the focus of attention. But analysts watching to see if Nick Garcia doesn't quick rethink on bailout crimes told now that the government may exempt small save us from a plan Levy. On bank deposits that is rotten apple shares in European lenders today. And debates and votes on the bailout plan now Hewitt 6 PM local time that is Ford GMT on Tuesday evening. -- -- city -- of Egypt's capital says contagion as the Boswell and. Going on from from head that the real wonderful investors I'm from -- now is that I could some of the measures do you have applied to countries like Spain. And and Kris you already have. That packages bailout packages from. Do you in the IMF -- the the ECB would we have to see restructure them right now -- is really funny to filter to meet its bailout terms. One big question being -- Temares economic data set is Europe's downturn starting to drag -- down as well and it is that he W index like -- to offer mixed verdict. Current conditions seen improving but the forward looking economic sentiment index is full cost engined Lola. UK CPI numbers you -- and price rises are expected to pick up steam again. Inflation seen edging up to two point 8% on an annualized basis. BMW among the corporate names to watch tomorrow the world's largest premium comic said last week that fourth quarter profits were had a full cost refuse to give a profit outlook for the coming year. Not a mission should be sets -- at a news conference tomorrow analysts looking to see if BMW emulates German -- Al woody. And Mercedes in a warning. A tough second half the auction rival portals are reporting final numbers tomorrow and keep denial trading figures from Sainz -- as well. Thoughts -- that Tuesday's market moving events IMAX Acropolis has.