Equity Research, Broker Reports, and media content on FERRUM CRESCENT LTD

  • Access the latest forecasts, broker valuations, multiples, and video content from the city about FERRUM CRESCENT LTD
  • See live updates from analysts, company announcements, and other news in a personalised/single dashboard

Research, Charts & Company Announcements

Research Tree provides access to ongoing research coverage, media content and regulatory news on FERRUM CRESCENT LTD. We currently have 10 research reports from 3 professional analysts.

Open
0.16
Volume
22.4m
Range
0.14/0.16
Market Cap
3m
52 Week
0.11/0.34
Date Source Announcement
16Mar17 07:00 RNS Half-year Report
23Feb17 07:00 RNS Lead Zinc Exploration Results & Drilling Strategy
15Feb17 07:00 RNS Termination of Farm-in and JV Agreement, Moonlight
14Feb17 07:00 RNS Holding(s) in Company
03Feb17 07:00 RNS Holding(s) in Company
31Jan17 07:00 RNS Quarterly Activities and Cashflow Report
25Jan17 07:00 RNS Directorate Change
  • Frequency of research reports

     

  • Research reports on

    FERRUM CRESCENT LTD

  • Providers covering

    FERRUM CRESCENT LTD

Latest Content

View the latest research, videos, and podcasts for this company.

Breakfast Today

  • 23 Feb 17

The Dow Jones notched up its 9th consecutive all-time high last night, buoyed by Du Pont shares spiking on the news that it is likely to win conditional approval for its proposed US$130bn merger with Dow Chemicals. By comparison the S&P 500 and NASDAQ closed with fractional losses, as Fed Minutes appeared to keep the expectation of a hike at the next two-day FOMC meeting stating on 15th March alive, while slipping commodity prices also saw mining stocks under pressure. Asia was weaker across the board, although a range-bound the Nikkei recovered most of its early losses after the Yen weakened against the US$ following the BOJ's Kiuchi voicing concern over Trump's reflationary and growth programmes; the region's other principal bourses fell more convincingly albeit on relatively light volumes. London continued to be dominated by individual corporate stories, with stronger than expected earnings reports emerging from Lloyds Banking Group (LLOY.L), Barratt Developments (BDEV.L)and UBM (UBM.L) keeping the main indices pointing upward, while Unilever (ULVR.L) also spiked higher as its management responded to a view that it is 'not a case of if, but when' Heinz will return with a second merger proposal by increasing its guidance for margin growth and promising to capture value for shareholders more quickly. Traders also warmed to the second estimate of UK GDP from the ONS showing that growth advanced 0.7% sequentially in the fourth quarter, slightly faster than the 0.6% growth estimated on January 26th and higher than level achieved in the third quarter. Indeed, firm consumer sentiment, continuing low interest rates and a weak pound are now suggesting consensus expectations of just 1.4% for 2017 could now be slightly too low, although a beady eye is still being kept on the inflationary effects of higher input costs. Other than the CBI Distributive Trades Survey for February and CML Mortgage lending numbers, there is little significant macro news due from the UK today, although a large batch of US data, ranging from Initial Jobless, Housing Prices and the Chicago Fed National activity Index, will be accompanied by a speech from the Fed's Dennis Lockhart. A large number of UK corporates are due to release earnings or trading updates this morning, including Barclays (BARC.L), BAT (BATS.L), Centrica (CNA.L), Glencore (GLEN.L), Howdens (HWDN.L) and RSA Insurance (RSA.L). With most portfolio managers already having positioned themselves ahead of the President's next major announcement, which is expected to come with next Tuesday's State of the Union Address, London is seen opening quietly unless that emerges any significant surprises from scheduled corporate releases, leaving the FTSE-100 between flat and 5 points firmer in early trade.

Breakfast Today

  • 10 Nov 16

"Quite astonishingly, markets yesterday chose to give Mr Trump the benefit of the doubt. His acceptance speech, in which a rehearsed, conciliatory and more presidential tone was adopted, marked the turning point for European markets to reverse their opening panic into broad optimism as the US$ clawed back much of the losses taken during the Asian session. Markets warmed to a vision of a dramatically reflated US economy being the means by which the western world might find its way out of the 'lower for longer' scenario that otherwise has become etched deep into the minds of global central bankers. It's an awful lot to take on trust and many sceptics remain like the Wall Street Journal, for example, headlining 'Trump's Upset Will Sink In' but nevertheless, all Principal US indices staged gains of over 1% as an economic advisor to the president-elect surprised many by stating that Fed Chair, Janet Yellen's resignation is not being sought after all effectively putting market expectation of a December rate-hike back on again. Asia followed suit with Japan, yesterday's major casualty, recovering dramatically with the Nikkei ending up 6% while other regional markets put on between 1% and 3%, despite being reminded of Trump's threats to impose tariffs of up to 45% on Chinese imports while also exiting trade pacts like NAFTA. As soon as details of his proposed Cabinet and advisory team are released, markets should start to have a greater understanding of exactly how he proposes to keep his promises and, indeed, whether the Republican victory could even lead to a reversal of the US financial regulations that followed the 2008 crisis. One thing is for sure though, Trump is a great believer in debt. And so he needs to be. In attempting to power annual growth back to 4% or more, some $600bn of infrastructure spending has been suggested, with the ambition to create millions of new jobs, while his tax reforms have been estimated to cost the nation as much as US$4.4tr. Add it all up and some US$6.2tr will be added to US national debt, while the US credit rating could potentially find itself under treat. Exactly where such huge sums will be found is the big question, although some speculate that major US corporations with giant cash piles held offshore, like Microsoft, could be tempted to bring it back through some form of interim tax concession. With the ECB's Coeuré noting that Trump's victory reflects transformation in developed economies, for the time being hope will continue to win over despair. This leaves equities to extend Wednesday's gains today, with the FTSE-100 seen up around 40 points in opening trade as traders give up on some of the safe-haven positioning they took as a hedge against such an outcome. Today, the UK is expected release of figures from the Council pf Mortgage lenders along with earnings or trading updates from the likes of 3i Group (III.L), AstraZeneca (AZN.L), Bovis Homes (BVS.L), Dairy Crest (DCG.L), Gem Diamonds (GEMD.L), Halfords (HFD.L), National Grid (NG..L) and Ophir Energy (OPHR.L)." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst