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22Mar17 13:54 RNS Director/PDMR Shareholding
22Mar17 13:53 RNS Director/PDMR Shareholding
10Mar17 07:00 RNS 2016 Preliminary results
06Mar17 11:19 RNS Directorate Change
01Mar17 07:00 RNS Total Voting Rights
27Feb17 07:46 RNS Comment on Ogden discount rate
22Feb17 08:45 RNS Holding(s) in Company
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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

Breakfast Today

  • 08 Aug 16

"Although the overnight markets were firmer across the board, London equities are seen opening very modestly better this morning, with the FTSE-100 seen up just 5 to 10 points in early trade. Friday's strong US jobs data was released during Europe's afternoon trade session at the end of last week, leaving equities today instead to reflect on China's export data that was published on Saturday morning. July exports for the country slid 4.4% from a year earlier, following a decline of 4.8% in June while, in US$ terms, the outcome was below that seen in the same month last year. Being below the consensus expectation of a 3.6% decline, it remains clear that global demand for goods from the world's second largest economy continues to struggle. Countering this, opinions from Board Members regarding last week's BoJ monetary easing appear less critical than the media initially suggested. The country's June's trade surplus, however, expanded by a dramatic 80.1% to Y974.4bn, although this still remained below a number top-end forecasts polled by the Wall Street Journal. It was, nevertheless, enough to spur the Nikkei sharply higher and to drag the regions other principal indices up behind it. Meanwhile, celebrating its jobs data, US confidence rose sufficiently to see both the S&P 500 and the NASDAQ push into new record territory, as investors globally continued their move further into riskier assets. The UK is not expected to release any major macro-economic data today, nor are any large corporates scheduled to report." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst