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01Dec16 07:00 RNS Q4 and Full Year Trading Update
11Oct16 04:35 RNS Price Monitoring Extension
22Sep16 10:40 RNS Director/PDMR Shareholding
22Sep16 10:34 RNS Holding(s) in Company
19Sep16 02:49 RNS Result of Meeting
16Sep16 04:35 RNS Price Monitoring Extension
01Sep16 07:00 RNS Posting of Circular and Notice of General Meeting
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Breakfast Today

  • 02 Dec 16

"By late Sunday, we should have a good idea whether or not Italian Prime Minister, Matteo Renzi, will be stepping down. The polls suggest his constitutional referendum, which has effectively become a confidence vote on his premiership, will get a 'thumbs down'. No new election is actually required until February 2018, but any attempt to simply replace him with another technocrat leader could well see a public, suffering from implosion of their bad-debt laden banking system, 38% youth unemployment and an inability to stifle giant capital outflows, clamouring for a snap election. This, of course, would open the door for Bepe Grillo's Five Star Movement, whose denouncement of the Euro could, in turn, generate in a wave of similar populist referendum voting across other dissatisfied EU nations, with France's own presidential election, due to take place on 7th May, the headline this morning following Francois Hollande's overnight declaration that he has decided not to stand. The prospect of Eurozone's collapse, however, was not the driver of the US session, which started in the positive following release of strong November Manufacturing ISM data, but waned later as a sell-off amongst tech issues pushed the NASDAQ sharply down, while the Dow Jones managed to hold onto modest gains due to sustained switching into financials, as divergence between the two sectors and the rout in government bond markets since Trump's election continued. Asian shares were lower across the board, with the Nikkei suffering as the Yen found buyers amongst US$ sceptics waiting for flaws in the Trump rally to show through, which dragged the other regional markets with it. With investors now virtually taking a 25bp hike by the Fed later this month for granted, focus this afternoon is likely to centre on the important US employment report, with forecasts in the 180k to 200k range, taking unemployment to 4.8% with a modest rise in hourly earnings of around 0.1%. The UK will also report Construction PMI figures this morning while corporates due to disclose earnings or trading updates include 88 Energy (88E.L), Altona Energy (ANR.L) and Berkeley Group Holdings (BKG.L). Traders meanwhile continue to watch oil futures carefully; although prices moderated during the Asian session, sentiment following OPEC's agreement remains positive with January's light, sweet crude trading a whisker below US$51 on the Mercantile Exchange, as they weigh up expectations on the terms being upheld or the various participants instead deciding to cheat on quotas rather than give up market share to US shale producers. London equities opened in a nervous mood this morning, with the FTSE-100 down over 57 points in early trading." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst

Breakfast Today

  • 02 Sep 16

The UK economy provided yesterday's biggest surprises for investors. Manufacturing PMI data recorded its biggest monthly increase in a quarter of a century for August, as production and new orders recovered sharply to a level of 53.3 from the initial post-Brexit shock three-year low of 48.2 recorded in July. Sterling jumped as much as 1.35% to over US$1.33, as the IMF concluded that post-Referendum growth had 'surprised on the upside', while measures taken by the Bank of England to boost expansion would 'support the economy' and cushion part of the negative impact. As a result, London's two principal equity indices moved in opposite directions; the FTSE-100, whose constituents derive over 70% of their earnings internationally, reversed early gains to be knocked by Pound strength, while the more domestically weighted FTSE-250 bounced a similar amount into the positive. Reflecting further on this, and ahead of today's key US jobs data, the FTSE-100 is expected to recover part of yesterday's losses, rising around 16 points during early trading. US equities ended unchanged to fractionally positive yesterday evening, with recent oil prices weakness making energy stocks the session's main casualty; anything significantly stronger than the consensus figure of 185,000 new jobs added during August, taking the unemployment rate to 4.8%, will likely build confidence and raise expectations that the Fed could finally deliver a rate hike later this month. Asian equities had an uneventful session, with the ASX the only notable mover as its energy shares remained under similar pressure. Elsewhere in the region, equities generally trod water waiting for this afternoon's release from the US as traders pondered the extent to which an early hike would suck foreign capital out of its emerging markets, although clearly such a move by year-end will already have been largely priced in. The UK will release UK Market Construction Index data this morning, while this afternoon, the Fed's Jeffrey Lacker may be the first to reflect on the US Jobs data in his scheduled speech. Corporates due to release earnings figures this morning include EMIS Group (EMIS.L), Fyffes (FFY) and Go-Ahead Group (GOG.L).