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Date Source Announcement
24Mar17 07:00 RNS Exercise of Warrants & Issue of Equity
16Jan17 07:00 RNS Warrant Expiry - Reminder
03Jan17 07:00 RNS Tiziana Life Sciences in-licenses NI-1201
16Nov16 07:00 RNS New Data with Foralumab
07Nov16 12:29 RNS Grant of options
29Sep16 07:00 RNS Half-year Report
15Sep16 07:00 RNS Confirmation of Capital Reduction
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Breakfast Today

  • 15 Mar 17

With most investors waiting for the Fed to deliver its expected rate hike from 0.75% to 1.00%, which is due at 18:00hrs GMT today, traders instead focussed on Saudi Arabia notifying OPEC that it raised output back to above 10 million barrels a day in February. This reversed about one-third of the cuts it made the previous month, having trimmed more than required in January with a view to leading the way in the international production agreement that was designed to re-balance world markets. With Fed Funds still indicating the chance of the rate cut above 90%, however, the principal focus has reverted from the rate itself to Janet Yellen’s forward looking statements and, in particular, whether she flags the possibility of either a more aggressive stance or perhaps the need to increase her guided number of moves in 2017 from three to four during today’s FOMC deliberations. So it was the S&P 500 energy sector that was responsible for leading US markets downward yesterday, falling 1.8% in early trade as crude dropped 2.1% to US$47.40/bb on its way for its seventh consecutive daily decline before recovering somewhat during the Asian session. Amid severe East Coast winter storms, this helped push the three principal US equity indices into the red, all with similar minor negative moves in otherwise featureless trading. The sell-off in the oil market stoked demand for government bonds, reversing early losses as investors sought a safe haven, sufficiently to pressure the 10-year Treasury yield down to 2.593% from the 2.609% it reached on Monday, its highest settlement since 2014. Asian equities again traded in a very narrow range, with only the ASX registering a modest gain, while the other regional markets moved fractionally negative in low volume trading. With an eye on the Dutch elections the Stoxx Europe 600 declined 0.4% yesterday, with traders eyeing the outcome during the early hours of Thursday morning primarily to confirm late reports that support for the Geert Wilders’ Far Right party has indeed slumped, as this will likely set expectations for the highly sensitive French Presidential election which is due to take place on 23rd April. While Sterling appeared to ignore Scotland's chief minister Nicola Stugeon calling for another Referendum on leaving the U.K., traders instead anticipated the continuation of the Bank of England’s dovish tone at its policy meeting on Thursday, chasing the currency down 0.6% against the US$ to an eight-week low. UK macro news due for release today includes the ILO Unemployment Rate and Average Earnings for January, while the EU provides its Q4 Employment Change numbers. The US is scheduled to detail a large batch of statistics, including MBA Mortgage Applications, February Retail sales, Consumer Prices, Business inventories and the NAHB Housing Market Index, although all this will be overshadowed by the FOMC’s Economic report and Fed’s rate decision that follows. UK corporates are also due to provide earnings or trading updates include Biffa (BIFF.L), Robert Walters (RWA.L), STM Group (STM.L), Marshalls (MSLH.L) and Hikma Pharmaceuticals (HIK.L). London equities are expected quietly this morning, with the FTSE-100 expected to regain most of yesterday’s modest losses, rising as much as 10 points in early trading.

Breakfast Today

  • 04 Jan 17

Has Trumponomics scored its first success for American workers? Yesterday’s decision from Ford to cancel its planned US$1.6bn Mexico plant and instead invest US$700m in Michigan following the President-elect’s criticism of rival General Motors with the treat of a “big border tax” on compact cars re-imported from neighbouring countries, suggests maybe it has. The Dollar also celebrated yesterday’s release of strong macro data, including Maufacturing PMI, ISM and Construction figures, which powered the greenback to a 14-year high against the international basket. US stocks celebrated the news with the Dow Jones rising 175-point rise in early trading, reflecting optimism that equities will be sure fire winners in an expanding, less regulated environment as the ending of the bond market’s long-run bull becomes all but confirmed. While some of the gains were given back before the session close, all principal indices ended their first trading day of 2017 showing impressive gains particularly in telecom and healthcare with traders convinced psychological resistance to breaking Dow’s 20,000 barrier will be broken very shortly. Asia also put in a good performance, with Japan more than catching up with its neighbours following its four-day holiday weekend by putting in a gain of 2.5% driven primarily by financials and export stocks, leaving only the Hang Seng fractionally in the negative after Tuesday’s strong rise. A good batch of macro data is due for release today, with investor eyes mainly focussed on the Eurozone’s Consumer Price Index figure for December, which is expected to come out at around 1.0% (from 0.6% last time) thereby providing confirmation that the major western economies are finally returning to a phase of rising inflation. The UK will provide the BRC Shop Price Index, PMI Construction numbers for December plus November’s Consumer Credit and Mortgage Approvals, while the US is scheduled to detail MBA Mortgage Applications and FOMC Minutes. Amongst corporates, the eagerly awaited Christmas Trading Statement from Next (NXT.L) is due for release this morning along with Ryanair (RYA.L) December Passenger Figures, while earnings or updates are also anticipated from B&M European Value (BME.L) and Staffline Group (STAF.L). The FTSE-100 is seen taking its opening confidence from the overnight markets and expected to rise around 12 points in early morning trading.

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