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05Oct16 08:00 RNS Delisting of SABMiller plc shares on the JSE
04Oct16 06:17 RNS Scheme of arrangement becomes effective
04Oct16 12:00 RNS Scheme of arrangement sanctioned by Court
03Oct16 11:45 RNS Holding(s) in Company
30Sep16 04:30 RNS Director/PDMR Shareholding
30Sep16 11:00 RNS Total Voting Rights
30Sep16 08:00 RNS Rule 2.9 Announcement
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Breakfast Today

  • 27 Jul 16

Ahead of the anticipated Fed statement this afternoon, which should outline findings and expectations from the 2-day FOMC meeting, London equities are expected to open in a lacklustre mood, with the FTSE-100 seen up around 10 points in early trade. With expectations of a continuing ‘wait-and-see’ approach, while additional data is collected throughout August in order to assess post-Brexit global confidence, the hot money continues to suggest September as the most likely month to see the first US rate hike since December 2015. With that background, markets will instead be left to focus on less than inspiring earnings figures emanating from the Q2’16 US reporting season. So far 159 companies in the S&P500 have provided results which, according to FactSet are showing an annual contraction of 4.5%; relative to consensus expectations of a 5.3% decline that has not been enough for markets pundits to celebrate and, following consecutive days of new record highs for both the main indices, there is little enthusiasm to push any further. This left the principal US indices to close mixed but little changed yesterday, with the tech-heavy NASDAQ being the principal winner. Asia was altogether more positive, as investors bought the Nikkei back again on revived expectations of the BoJ delivering a sizeable stimulus package after all. With Japan regaining just about all of Tuesday’s losses, again led by tech issues, the region saw more modest rises elsewhere, but even the commodity-heavy ASX turning fractionally positive by the close despite high crude inventories keeping oil close to its three-month low. While the FOMC statement will be today’s main action, UK GDP preliminary estimates and monthly service sector figures have the potential to grab some headlines. UK corporates reporting earning this morning include GlaxoSmithKline (GSK.L), Mitchells & Butler (MAB.L), Taylor Wimpey (TW..L), Dignity (DTY.L), St James’ Place (STJ.L) and Softbank’s takeover target, ARM Holdings (ARM.L).

Breakfast Today

  • 22 Jul 16

Equities in London are set to open nervously, with the FTSE-100 seen losing some 23 points in early trade. The European Central Bank yesterday became the latest to adopt a 'wait-and-see' approach, keeping policy unchanged while seeking for clearer signs of momentum from its domestic economies, impact from the UK's decision to exit the EU and greater certainty ahead of the looming US Presidential election. Only the IMF appears willing to 'call it like it is', having issued an urgent call for the world's largest economies to add more stimulus, telling central banks of the 20 largest nations they not only need to retain current easy-money policies, but should also prepare further steps to shore up stagnating outlooks before they become a downturn. These nerves even spread to the US, where the Dow Jones had initially chalked up its ninth consecutive rise, notching up a further record high, before succumbing to profit taking led by industrials and commodity stocks, which dragged the other principle indices down with it. Asia, seemingly concerned that ECB's inaction could find itself unexpectantly copied by the BoJ, saw all territories push into the red, with the Nikkei leading the down-wave despite Nintendo again putting in a strong individual performance. London awaits more news from the both Theresa May's European tour and now also Phillip Hammond's foray into China, while anticipating the latest Manufacturing PMI data release this morning. Amongst corporates, a quarterly trading update is expected from Vodafone, an IMS from Big Yellow and finals from Beazley.