BERLIN, Jan 15 (Reuters) - The following are some of the factors that may move German stocks on Tuesday:
German markets could react to British parliament vote on the government's Brexit deal.
Volkswagen and Ford Motor (NYSE:
) F.N are expected to unveil their alliance, centered around commercial vehicles to start, in a move meant to save the automakers billions of dollars. an expert panel has recommended that Volkswagen pay at least 1.7 bln rupees ($24 million) in relation to its diesel emissions scandal, newspaper Indian Express reported.
German union Verdi has called on security staff at Frankfurt other German airports to go on strike on Tuesday to put pressure on firms in charge of screening passengers and luggage in wage talks. BANK DBKGn.DE
The mail and parcel company said it expected to receive on Tuesday the draft of a proposed pricing decision from the federal regulator. TELEKOM DTEGn.DE
The company announced it won Canadian regulatory approval for a tuberculosis blood test. BAHN DBN.UL
The management of Germany's largest rail operator Deutsche Bahn holds a meeting with Transport Minister Andreas Scheuer after a source said the state-owned company wants to sell its Arriva international subsidiary. No decisions on Arriva are expected.
VOLKSWAGEN VOWG_p.DE - Barclays retains company as top pick in European autos and auto parts sector
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Time: 5:55 GMT.
GERMAN ECONOMIC DATA
2018 GDP data due at 0900 GMT. Seen +1.5 pct vs +2.2 pct in 2017.
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