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  • 03 Aug 16

London equities will be today positioning themselves ahead of tomorrow’s declarations from the Bank of England. Traders expect it to cut interest rates for the first time since the financial crisis, while also lowering its UK growth forecasts by the biggest margin on record in response to the uncertainty caused by the Brexit vote. The MPC held off making a decision in the immediate post-vote period in order to collect more economic data and gauge international response, but Governor Mark Carney’s subsequent cautions suggest this year’s growth forecast could be cut from the 2.3% predicted in May’s inflation report to a figure as low as just 1%. A Reuters poll suggests City expectations broadly anticipate a 25bp cut, lowering the base rate from 0.5% where it has remained since March 2009. By contrast, expectations of a rate hike in the US, probably of a similar amount, are now increasingly anticipated, with the Fed’s Dennis Lockhart pointing in this direction during a CNBC interview yesterday which, along with oil prices reaching a fresh 3-month low ahead of the release of weekly inventory data, helped drag all principal indices into the red, with the NASDAQ finally succumbing to profit taking after recent gains. A cloud also remained over Asian equities, with investors becoming pessimistic following release of Japan’s stimulus package details in which the cabinet approved, as leaked by the Wall Street Journal, just Y7.5tr in new spending. Considered inadequate to stimulate its tired economy, the Yen strengthened as the Nikkei fell back and dragged the Hang Seng, which was also responding to Markit reports of slower expansion in China’s service sector during July, with it while the ASX remained unwilling to celebrate yesterday’s interest rate cut in Australia focussing instead on low activity levels and prices across its minerals-dominated sectors. Today expect Service Sector PMI data from the UK along with Eurozone retail activity, followed by Services PMI, unemployment and weekly petroleum status data from the US. Amongst UK corporates, expect half-year results from Aggreko (AGK.L), HSBC (HSBA.L), Moneysupermarket (MONY.L), Next (NXT.L)and Standard Chartered (STAN.L), along with monthly traffic stats from Ryanair (RYA.L). The FTSE 100 is expected to open around 9 points firmer in early trade .