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13Jan17 07:00 RNS Additional Listing
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29Dec16 10:28 RNS Holding(s) in Company
15Dec16 07:00 RNS Additional Listing
02Dec16 11:30 RNS Director/PDMR Shareholding
02Dec16 10:00 RNS Director Dealings
16Nov16 07:00 RNS HZD Enters Chinese Clinical Diagnostics Market
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Breakfast Today

  • 17 Jan 17

"In his first speech of 2017, Mark Carney was clear. "Households appear to be looking through Brexit-related uncertainties" he declared at the LSE yesterday, detailing his concerns that growth which is led by private consumption remains vulnerable to an inflationary spike fuels by Sterling weakness. While it is believed that the Bank of England will be prepared to let the economy 'run hot' for a brief period, should price-growth stay stubbornly above its 2% target, then it will be prepared to raise interest rates as sharply as necessary. Given that the Prime Minister is today also expected to lay out her 12 main negotiating objectives for the UK in pending divorce negotiations from the EU, with the expectation that business investment will remain relatively subdued as management await the final outcome of Article 50 discussions, this all suggests the UK could now be facing 2 years or more of below par growth. The Pound's weakness of the past few days is expected to intensify as markets recognise the increasing likelihood of a 'Hard Brexit', with Theresa May seemingly prepared to rule out membership of the Single Market in the hope she will instead be able to secure a unique, special relationship with the EU. This all sets a nervous scene for London's opening this morning, given that yesterday's Martin Luther King holiday means traders cannot rely on the US to set opening sentiment while Asian markets closed broadly weaker. The FTSE-100 is seen down around 15 points in early trade, although this will stay relatively light until the implications of the Prime Minister's speech have been fully digested. The UK also is scheduled to release a batch of December macro data this morning, including Retail, Consumer and Producer Prices, which may build upon the concerns highlighted by Mark Carney, while the EU is scheduled to publish its ZEW Economic Sentiment Survey as the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting gets underway in Davos. Speeches from Fed members, William Dudley and Lael Brainard are also anticipated this afternoon. UK corporates due to release earnings or trading updates this morning include Cairn Energy (CNE.L), Greggs (GRG.L), Hotel Chocolat (HOTC.L), Miton Group (MGR.L) and Provident Financial (PFG.L). Traders will also remain sensitive to certain majors reporting in the US this afternoon, including Morgan Stanley and Tiffany." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst

Breakfast Today

  • 17 Nov 16

"The Fed's Patrick Harker yesterday spelt out just how complex policy on interest rates has now become. Janet Yellen's own testimony this afternoon, which is seen as key to December's FOMC decision, will have to grapple with all the new uncertainties injected by the President-elect, ranging from regressive tax cuts, booming infrastructure spending, financial deregulation and cuts in federal spending. No easy task, even if the markets appear more convinced than ever that the first hike since 2006 will be delivered next month and that this will be the first of a series of such moves over the subsequent 18 or so months as inflation climbs. The recent phase of asset repricing, nevertheless, took a breather yesterday, with all principal markets making only fractional movements. The Dow Jones broke its record run to drift into the red as financials retrenched, while momentum in technology stocks meant the NASDAQ still managed to close modestly up. Asia also put in just marginal movements across the board, as oil prices went lower on weekly data detailing a large rise in inventories, while the Bank of Japan surprised traders with its plans to buy unlimited JGBs at fixed rates in its latest daily market operation. The latter, of course, being seen as it effort to ensure domestic rates do not find themselves shackled to the US T-bill's upward movements. Today, the UK is due to release retail sales figures while the CML provides mortgage lending data; Eurozone inflation numbers are also expected this morning. Clearly the principal event of the day, however, will be Janet Yellen's Testimony on Capitol Hill which is due to commence at 10:00hrs EST and likely overshadow speeches also due from the Fed's William Dudley and Lael Brainard; the US is due to release inflation, weekly jobless claims and export statistics this afternoon as well. Another busy day for UK corporates, with earnings or trading updates scheduled from the likes of CRH (CRH.L), Great Portland Estates (GPOR.L), Johnson Matthey (JMAT.L), Kier Group (KIER.L), Premier Oil (PMO.L), Royal Mail (RMG.L), Shanks (SKS.L), Ted Baker (TED.L), TT Electronics (TTG.L) and Watkin Jones (WJG.L). The FTSE-100 is expected to open virtually unchanged." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst