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Date Source Announcement
20Dec16 12:01 RNS Holding(s) in Company
19Dec16 12:29 RNS Holding(s) in Company
14Dec16 03:51 RNS Grant of Awards under the 2015 LTIP
12Dec16 05:24 RNS Lapse of Options under SAYE Scheme
12Dec16 07:00 RNS Directorate Change
09Dec16 11:46 RNS Grant of Options under SAYE Scheme
02Dec16 05:04 RNS Result of AGM
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Breakfast Today

  • 12 Aug 16

"Europe's opening is expected to be pushed and pulled in different directions as investors contemplate contrasting overnight news from some of the world's major markets. Weighing up higher equity closes across both the US and Asia, together with the hint from Saudi Arabia, the world's largest producer and OPEC's opinion leader, of reviving the concept of coordinating crude output with other countries to rebalance supply, London is expected to open modestly firmer with the FTSE-100 rising around 5 points in opening trade. Traders have, of course, heard this before and OPEC's recent inability to effectively control its own members leaves them sceptical that obvious global oversupply can be tamed any time soon. Nevertheless, the story was enough to tempt some to close out bear positions and boosted confidence in the US where energy and consumer stocks drove all three principal indices to concurrent new record closes for the first time since 1999. Asia found this optimism infectious, with similar modest gains across the board, despite China's National Bureau of Statistics releasing the latest in a long run of disappointing industrial output figures, this time showing July annual growth down to just 6.0% from 6.2% in June. While this figure was below consensus expectations, affected primarily by slowing in the hitherto booming housing market, others took heart that monthly production actually rose by 0.52% while also anticipating yet further measure from the PBOC to stimulate its flagging economy. Macroeconomic date due this morning includes UK Construction and German GDP data, while later this afternoon expect US Retail Sales numbers to be released. There are no important UK corporates due to provide earnings updates today, although markets will be keeping an eye out for any further updates regarding the apparent escalation of tensions in the Ukraine following Russia's decision to increase security measures in the annexed territory of Crimea." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst