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25/10/2016 07:00:05 London Stock Exchange Patent Update
13/10/2016 16:20:03 London Stock Exchange Holding(s) in Company
13/10/2016 16:20:03 London Stock Exchange Holding(s) in Company
13/10/2016 07:00:09 London Stock Exchange Update on Recent Presentations
12/10/2016 11:15:02 London Stock Exchange Result of General Meeting
05/10/2016 15:42:06 London Stock Exchange CLN Conversion
28/09/2016 11:09:41 London Stock Exchange Notice of GM
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Breakfast Today

  • 26 Oct 16

"Equities in London appear set to weaken during opening trade, with the FTSE-100 seen falling around 20 points. The trend is being set by US overnight markets, where all principal equity indices closed in the negative on the back of a number of generally unexciting earnings reports coming primarily from consumer-discretionary shares along with caution ahead of Apple’s important quarterly release. With markets watchers sensing the Fed’s willingness to shortly kick off an extended phase of rate hikes, blue chip earnings momentum must be seen to either match this or see heady valuation multiples pushed lower. Post close, the mood darkened somewhat further as Apple’s confirmed its third consecutive decline in revenue and profits, as the Company searches for a way to offset the global slowdown of its flagship iPhone. While Apple’s CEO pointed to improvements in the services businesses along with the strong reception to the latest iPhone release which appeared after the quarterly period close, the results nevertheless marked its first decline annual sales since 2001. As a result, technology stocks will likely remain under pressure, with NASDAQ futures already suggesting a weaker opening this afternoon. Asia tracked the US markets throughout this morning’s trade with all regional markets closing in the red, with the ASX being the principal casualty as economic data boosted the A$ resulting in quite sharp hits on commodity stocks and financials. Traders in London will likely reflect on the Governor of the Bank of England’s Parliamentary Testimony from yesterday, in which he assured financial markets they have no reason to expect a change in the Central Bank’s inflation-fighting mandate, while contrasting with the Mario Draghi’s defence of the ECB’s continuing easy-money policies. Today, the UK is due to release BBA banking statistics, while also awaiting results from GlaxoSmithKline (GSK.L) and a trading update from Lloyds Banking Group (LLOY.L). Markets will also remain sensitive to further news coming from Defence Secretary, Michael Fallon’s office regarding the proposed UK deployment of tank and drones alongside 800 troops in Eastern Europe, as the first of several expected NATO initiatives to help counter fears about Russian movements on the borders. " - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst

Breakfast Today

  • 28 Sep 16

"How to solve the dilemma of ultra-low interest rates? The question was being posed again yesterday by members of both the ECB and the Fed. The Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland, Philip Lane, went as far as calling for a ‘forceful pursuit of stimulus’ in order to return interest rates to more normal levels, while Vice Chairman, Stanley Fisher, added that the economy is better off when there is ‘a price for using money’. They are simply reflecting the common desire to stimulate inflation to return interest rates and growth trajectories back to more historical trend - not that they have any chance of forming a consensus on how to do it, nor appear to embrace the reality that the dramatic changes to world order being created through the drive into new technologies means the old ways of doing things and predictable economics have probably gone forever. One hope the markets had had was that the Saudi-Russia proposal to cap oil production might succeed, but Iran’s stated determination to ramp-up production until it hits 4.2m bbl/day appears to have blown apart any idea of OPEC reasserting a binding quota system before its meeting in Algiers closes today, leaving oil traders to shift their focus to the Organisation’s next scheduled meeting in November instead. US equity markets, however, looked beyond these concerns to focus on positives from technology and consumer stocks, as well as some modest recovery in the over-sold banking sector, leaving all principal indices to close quite firmly up led from the start by the NASDAQ. Asia by contrast was marked down across the board, with the Nikkei in particular hurt by weaker oil prices, while banking sector jitters also reached its shores and sentiment toward export-related shares continued to be knocked by Yen strength. This mixed picture leaves London and Europe in an undecided mood for this morning’s opening, with the FTSE-100 seen opening around 10 points higher. No major UK macro data is due for release this morning, although traders will be listening out for closing statements from OPEC’s 2-day meeting, a press statement due from ECB President, Mario Draghi and a speech from the IMF’s Christine Lagarde. Later this afternoon, Fed Chair, Janet Yellen, is due to make her Testimony, while member Kashkari is also scheduled to make a statement. Corporates due to release earnings reports include Moss Bros (MOSB.L), Sainsbury (SBRY.L) and Smiths Group (SMIN.L), while today SAB Miller (SAB.L) shareholders are due to vote on their proposed merger with Anheuser Busch InBev." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst

Breakfast Today

  • 27 Sep 16

"European markets this morning look set to celebrate a better than expected performance by Hillary Clinton at last night’s televised debate. When being watched live by some 100m Americans, simply tripping up on one or two well-timed soundbites can be enough to threaten opportunity for any presidential hopeful. As it happened, Donald neither manages to rile his opponent nor land a killer blow; Hillary, on the other hand, perhaps came across as better prepared and more knowledgeable. In fact, the markets finally appear to have sensed that Trump is now unlikely to end up securing control of Congress, which a good number of his radical policy would undoubtedly need to squeeze through but, without which, his Presidency would likely end up something of a damp squib. The most obvious confirmation of this was seen last night in the foreign exchange markets as the Mexican Peso surged from its record low during the debate; London on the other hand is seen as the first equity markets to provide a genuinely considered reaction, on the back of which the FTSE-100 looks set to rise 40 plus points in early trading. Europe is likely to follow suit, despite ECB President, Mario Draghi, leaving quite a clear message to investors yesterday that monetary policy has its limitations and that he was now looking to other policy makers to play their part too - which all means further interest rate cuts are now increasingly unlikely. Closing before the debate began, all principal US equity markets ended quite sharply down as the widespread sell-off in banking shares that began in Europe, with German Chancellor Merkel pointedly ruling out any idea of a State bail-out of distressed Deutsche Bank, hit sentiment. Asia similarly ended mostly down, but rallied somewhat in late trading in response to the debate, with the Nikkei regaining its composure after suffering badly from Yen strength early in the session while the Hang Seng moved positive after a flat opening. Traders in London will this morning be awaiting a WTO Trade Report and the CBI’s Monthly Distributive Trades Survey while, later on this afternoon, the US releases Consumer Confidence data. UK corporates reporting earnings or trading updates include AG Barr (BAG.L), boohoo.com (BOO.L), Close Brothers (CBG.L), Panmure Gordon (PMR.L), Thomas Cook (TCG.L), United Utilities (UU..L) and Wolseley (WOS.L). Market traders will also be keen to hear more on media reports that Disney is the latest to have cited interest in making an offer for Twitter." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst