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Ten let's take a look.
At the European markets markets there.
How concerned -- searching for direction today in.
You've got Peter Dixon on board from London -- global equities economist covers bank over London.
Help -- take a look at those markets Peter we -- an economic data this morning out of the eurozone on consumer and investor confidence.
It met expectations of both reports were still down from the prior month -- is there light at the end of the tunnel here we think.
There's a little bit of life I guess.
Yeah we've seen some -- -- -- numbers out of Cuba in particular.
You know beating expectations over the course of recent weeks.
Is still a long way to go I mean when and how Asia how far what that it -- -- of likely is it could be an awful long hole before we get that so.
We we shouldn't set too much school -- numbers but I think it will take any.
Positive news we can get.
And staying at with this eurozone German Chancellor Angela Merkel will be in Paris to meet with French president -- mile line is it's just a strategy session.
On how to boost the economy or should we expect more from this.
Well I think it's just have a -- give -- -- two heads of state shouldn't read too much into it but I think the good news is that the meeting.
Together because that has been some suspicion that -- that Susan -- perhaps -- vision on what needs to be done with regard to the economy.
Certainly -- installed -- -- we get very.
Clear indication that he -- seasoning for restructuring -- it was a speech he gave in -- -- I want to not seeing you know he could give this at home.
So I think -- that there are assigned that -- and if you bond between the two of them on what needs to be done.
But so I don't think that we can expect any particularly.
Strong public stands for all of this following this meeting -- -- Yeah that the strong relationship confronts and Jimmy still remains in place.
Peter Dixon -- Commerce -- we appreciate it Peter thanks.
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