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15Dec16 07:00 RNS Response to Media Reports
28Nov16 07:00 RNS Acquisition of Go Outdoors Topco Limited
24Nov16 03:15 RNS Result of General Meeting
01Nov16 12:00 RNS Proposed Share Sub-division
17Oct16 09:15 RNS Holding(s) in Company
13Sep16 07:00 RNS Half-year Report
15Aug16 09:20 RNS Holding(s) in Company
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Breakfast Today

  • 16 Jan 17

Seemingly never tiring of controversy while building a cabinet that appears keen to air its obvious divisions, Trump threw another googly over the weekend. With some concern that he is 'making it up as he goes along', in an interview with The Sunday Times newspaper, the President-elect suggested he will ensure the US offers the UK a wide-reaching trade deal that 'We're going to work very hard to get it done quickly and properly.' Having stated his view that 'Brexit is going to end up being a great thing' while predicting other countries will also leave the bloc, he noted such a bi-lateral deal would be 'Good for both sides' advising that he planned to meet with Theresa May soon after he gets to the White House. Back on Planet Earth, of course, things are never that simple; such negotiations usually take diplomats between 4 and 8 years to negotiated the fine detail and, in any case, the UK government remains bound by EU law that precludes such independent negotiation until withdrawal is formalised in, perhaps, 24 to 36 months from now. Given also the fact that the US accounts for less than 15% of total UK trade, compared with the EU which makes up roughly half of its international business, the proposal provides limited comfort at a time when the Chancellor, Philip Hammond, is being forced to recognise that the UK could change its economic model if it is not granted access. The net result of his German press interview was to again raise the spectre of a 'Hard Brexit', which saw Sterling knocked again during Asian trading. This news nevertheless is seen pushing London equities ahead this morning, with the internationally-biased FTSE100 expected to open up 10 or so points in early trading, despite the fact that the overnight markets mostly ended mixed to lower. The Dow Jones and S&P500 closed fractionally either side of unchanged, leaving only the NASDAQ to put in a creditable gain. Asia responded to Trump's continuing rhetoric, with the Nikkei suffering from gains in the Yen while Chinese traders, listening to Trump's latest rant regarding the potential imposition of a 35% border tax on BMW motor cars, remained nervous ahead of Friday's inauguration, leaving only the commodity-heavy ASX to bask in the glow of a strong US$. European trading will be relatively light today, given that the US markets will be closed for Martin Luther King Day, but investors will nevertheless look to the release of the IMF World Economic Outlook report for insights, while the Governor of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, is also due to speak at the LSE on policy issues. UK corporates due to release earnings or trading updates include Ashmore (ASHM.L), Ibstock (IBST.L) and WANDisco (WAND.L).

Breakfast Today

  • 14 Sep 16

"Bumpier seas are being anticipated for international equity markets between now and the year end. Two months of absolute calm, with daily moves of less than 1%, looks likely to be replaced by a period of increased volatility as doubts begin to rise over the sustainability of the highly accommodative policies of both the ECB and BoJ, together with increasing concerns regarding a lack of policy consensus within the FOMC. The net result of which will likely be a reduction in portfolio leverage by asset risk management committees, resulting a larger market swings while adjustments are made. Today, the President of the European Commission, Claude Juncker, will deliver his annual State of the European Union address which could shed some light on likely policy and vision, particularly in the light of Brexit, along with the proposed Italian Referendum, imminent elections in Spain and the US followed next year by Germany and France. While loud calls for a further rate cut are not expected, focus will move rapidly onto Japan, whose two-day central bank policy meeting starting on 20th September will also review the unfavourable effects of negative interest rates. With Fed Funds indicating just a 15% chance of a rate cut taking place this month, US equities were sold off again overnight amid polls showing rising support for Republican presidential contender, Donald Trump. Asian equities largely followed this lead, with the Shanghai Composite the main casualty despite its economic planning committee approving almost RMB200bn in investment projects as Beijing seeks to spur growth through domestic investment. The UK is due to release unemployment figures this morning, while Eurozone Industrial Output data is also expected. No major UK corporates are due to provide earning figures this morning, although smaller companies like Alliance Pharma (APH.L), Chariot Oil & Gas (CHAR.L), Dunelm (DNLM.L), Galliford Try (GFRD.L), Modern Water (MWG.L), Rockhopper Exploration (RKH.L) and Wilmington (WIL.L) are anticipated. Markets will also remain sensitive to further news reports from Iran, regarding its threat to shoot down US surveillance planes flying over its territory and the restarting of exports by the Libyan State Oil Company following recapture of its domestic terminals. The FTSE-100 is seen rising some 20 points in early morning trade. " - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst