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Teachers now we've got used features mixed now Dow futures are up by one the -- down slightly still the nasdaq's down about four points.
In Europe at 7 o'clock eastern time the Bank of England is due to report an interest rate decision and is expected to keep that rated half of 1%.
Mean like you -- UK manufacturing output for march jumped one point 1% topping expectations still.
Stocks in Europe are in a -- and we've got London down more than point there of Paris is down almost forty -- down.
Almost eight points for more on the European markets let's go to London now to -- -- head of trading AD TX capital.
Good morning just a concern I had these Chinese inflation figures -- -- how much do you think they're affecting the markets today.
What I think -- the markets and taking in his stride today extends China really is to Christ behind the world economy.
It does the markets do you worry about any sign of runaway inflation a -- down.
But I think what we're saying today is just to pull back from the east that are runs that we've seen in the last couple of weeks so healthy -- and I spent safe by the may result was -- on the weight.
President bond auction in Spain the yields came in below the prior -- -- traders see this.
As a step in the right direction for the country.
Yeah I think does a real pricing confidence it's the Spanish can get money away and -- finance themselves.
By the current levels they are actually having -- sub -- so they should stop paying down.
And that's I think it is a good sign coach -- comes to market this this week with a ten yes say.
I think the southern European economies is beginning to show signs -- they cannot finance themselves in the current conditions.
And -- little optimism from -- -- -- there we appreciate it can't thank.
Thanks very much down.
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