June 17 - On Tuesday: G8 world leaders take on tax evasion, while the Fed opens one of its most important meetings in years. Spain gets its IMF annual verdict, and UK inflation set to creep higher.
The G-8 meeting of world leaders continues into its second and final day and touch of elegance tops Tuesday's agenda. British prime minister David Cameron has made it's -- summit priority. After revelations that companies like apple and Google have been just a corporate tax bills by -- profits abroad. But some will also be pressing the rest of the G-8 to follow its example by convincing that oversees tax havens. Sign up to a -- spot and -- deal to clamp down and on secrets of money flows. The GA dominates in the world's press attention but tomorrow the US Federal Reserve begins a much anticipated two day meeting in Washington. The voting issue of course is when the Fed will begin to unwind as bond buying stimulus. Markets are certainly on edge. The IMF -- this I annual review of the Spanish economy and economy minister -- begin -- gives a speech on the banking system. Also in Spain tomorrow the treasury -- six and twelve month bills Hargreaves limestone -- and so. Says the borrowing cost for the trip they will stop moving higher again. Too much recent while seniors -- crisis is probably affects inflation across twelve might take months you guys but some -- to -- -- be a big switch. I'm not so much ignoring the reduction of commitment from marching price and until we getting tripled from watching price fight between two great. Another shot more effective and -- get any life there's going to be a big question mark let me just find -- of course the year is an area in general. In the UK tomorrow we get the latest inflation figures from -- The headline CPI measure of inflation -- ticking up to two point 6% from 2.4 percent in April. On producer price is also expected to rise to one point 4%. Rebounding from a three and a half -- of one point 1% in April. And generally relate to -- W sub -- investor sentiment seen improving slightly in June envoy to poll shows that economic sentiment index moving up. To -- eight point one from 56 point four in May. On the current conditions index also expected to rise. Kind of got more top interviews from the palace show the world's largest aerospace and defense -- we'll hear from Airbus CEO filed these measured. They Elaine expected summons many new contracts at the events having already an edge over rival Boeing with a successful maiden flight of its new 8050 on Friday. We'll also be interviewing Qatar Airways CEO -- popped out a camp also on Tuesday. Not so look ahead to choose these key events sun will also be broadcasting live from the heart of the city of London tomorrow out of public studio and Liverpool street station and we'll see you and to use. Along with loss of market come entry. From beating analysts'. I'm -- to give up. -- -- --