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Stocks there are following the US and the Asian markets lower and for more on that let's go live to London now -- we're joined by Alastair -- market analyst -- IG.
Good morning Alastair how much of what we're seeing here in Europe and in the US for that -- this sell -- is attributed to what happened in Japan.
Morning yeah I think the the Asian markets are becoming increasingly more important as a sense of direction certainly.
As far as European trade -- -- -- rather than looking slightly down the road at what America might be up to I think that what the nations have done I've -- night.
Ten states you have more prominence as far as European traders have been consent certainly after the course the 2013.
And I think -- -- say comments have been less than convincing.
And really the selloff in the neck cut has says set the tight and very much for European equities and we've kind of -- seats.
And once again that the currency markets looking a little bit murky on the back of it the whole sort of by US dollar Japanese yen.
A hundred level is once again being look tipping potentially breached.
And the -- services sector grew at its fastest pace in over a year in May what does that -- to tomorrow's Bank of England decision.
And real terms it probably will -- precious little I have with with this being -- -- kings last last speech prior to Europe.
-- taking out about it seems very unlikely suddenly in the phraseology he's used in in most of the meetings that last.
Few weeks and public appearances he's had he doesn't want to rock that by -- makani taking -- I think I'll certainly take motivates and it will be something that -- -- take on board but in reality it'll make -- precious little difference to what they actually.
Do or certainly announce as -- -- this week's comments or concerns.
All right that's Alastair -- get -- -- money we appreciated Alison thanks.
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