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Date Source Announcement
23Nov16 07:00 RNS Trading update
20Oct16 02:59 RNS Holding(s) in Company
18Oct16 11:45 RNS Holding(s) in Company
18Oct16 10:10 RNS Holding(s) in Company
17Oct16 02:43 RNS Result of General Meeting
30Sep16 07:00 RNS Posting of Circular
29Sep16 03:10 RNS Result of AGM
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Breakfast Today

  • 24 Nov 16

"The Autumn Statement, as expected, contained little in the way of surprises. Even the proposed ban on letting agents charging tenants fees had been leaked beforehand, meaning the small basket of UK-quoted estate agents were hit from first thing, while later on housebuilders ran into profit taking due to unrealistic expectations of a relaxation in stamp duty on premium properties not being delivered along with the lack of detail regarding the funding policy for new housing. But if there was a message, it was that the nation's public finances have not been fixed, with borrowings heading for a painful 90% of GDP next year. That aside, Hammond's £23bn spending plan, which is due to be injected through a so-called National Productivity Investment Fund, is his effort to improve efficiencies and counter an expected Brexit-inspired slowdown, of which the OBR projects could cost as much as £66bn in the £220bn larger than previously expected government debt by the end of this parliament. With this providing little inspiration, however, traders are likely to seek their lead from the overnight markets which saw the USS surge higher on strong durable goods data, leading both the Dow Jones and S&P-500 to new record highs as a split amongst FOMC officials raised expectations of a December hike one notch further. Asia by comparison was mostly fractionally down, with only the Nikkei, which was playing catch up following yesterday's Labour Thanksgiving Day holiday, rising around 1%. All this spells for a rather lacklustre European opening, with the FTSE-100 seen putting in a rise of five points or so early trading. Macro releases from the UK include BBA statistics, while the ECB's financial stability review is also due. UK corporates due to report earnings or trading updates include Countryside (CSP.L), Hornby (HRN.L), HSS Hire (HSS.L), Imaginatik (IMTK.L), Marston's (MARS.L), Mothercare (MTC.L), Pets at Home (PETS.L) and Severn Trent (SVT.L). Daily trading is expected to be relatively light given that the US markets are closed for Thanksgiving, although market watchers will be intrigued by any further media comment following suggestions contained within the FOMC minutes that alternatives to national benchmark rates were being discussed." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst