Mar. 26 - The economic difficulties in Cyprus, and continuing uncertainty elsewhere, most likely took their toll on Europe's business leaders and consumers, data will show.
This is a look ahead to Wednesday's key political and financial events and -- of the Cyprus crisis could chew up and -- on business and consumer confidence data from much. Last month's mild improvements may be halted in the trucks and the risks but a surprise up probably tilted to the -- site. Still some asset managers are confident the ECB will stick to his promise to present to -- it was integrity. I don't think double backtrack what the outset earlier. And the -- to drive to keep Europe to get our and to move forward I think these people be -- just before. And the UK the Bank of England updates the markets on how much extra capital the nation's banks need. In November the financial policy committee said Britain's banks were under capitalized by as much as sixty billion pounds. And audit the financial services authority to closely examined the -- balance sheets. Keep an island spelling as UK fourth quarter come to kind d'etat and the final Q4 GDP estimate are released. The economy's thoughts of song by not on T percent in the final few months -- 2012. Last week Britain's finance minister George Osborne was forced to hoffa's estimate for 25 team growth to just not point 6%. The summit of the world's most dynamic economies the so called -- winds up on Wednesday. The final communique is likely to highlight the challenges of boosting growth while maintaining economic stability. Shareholders and aerospace giant EADS support on a new structure after more than a decade of Franco German government control. But expected to but measures that cap government stakes at 28%. And once the deal -- approved. And that you bought the place the company is expected tournaments a share buy back. Russell look ahead to Wednesday catch up with all the latest financial and business use that point hundred GMT on notice today on Jamie give up the central.