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Open
429
Volume
1.4m
Range
428/432
Market Cap
2,714m
52 Week
341/510
Date Source Announcement
27Mar17 10:41 RNS Director/PDMR Shareholding
24Mar17 17:06 RNS Transaction in Own Shares
24Mar17 11:23 RNS Director/PDMR Shareholding
23Mar17 17:00 RNS Transaction in Own Shares
22Mar17 17:20 RNS Transaction in own shares
22Mar17 09:00 RNS Annual Report and Accounts and Notice of AGM
21Mar17 16:59 RNS Transaction in Own Shares
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  • 24 Feb 17

The Dow Jones extended its run to ten consecutive new daily records on Thursday. Sentiment was boosted both by a recovery in energy stocks and the US Treasury secretary, Steven Mnuchin, telling the Wall Street Journal that President Trump aims to secure a US tax-code overhaul by August, with the new Administration committed to boosting economic growth to a minimum annual rate of 3%. Initial Jobless Claims also suggested an improving picture, with a report on weekly layoffs falling to their lowest level in four decades coming out at the same time the President was meeting with a couple of dozen CEOs, telling them he plans to return millions of jobs to the US. The S&P500, by comparison, ended just about unchanged as investors focused on valuation concerns, highlighted by the fact that the index is now trading on 22x historic earnings compared with a 10-year average of 15.8x, according to FactSet; the NASDAQ meanwhile was weighed down by a sell-off in biotechs and profit taking among several tech issues. Asia ended weaker across nearly all principal bourses, led by the commodity-heavy ASX which was hit by declining minerals prices plus nervousness amongst its financials, while elsewhere the Nikkei and Hang Seng remained lower reflecting on Trump’s possible protectionist moves, leaving only the Shanghai Composite to claw its way back to unchanged. Having seen the Conservative Party sweep to a surprise win in Copeland, a long-term Labour heartland, investors have concluded the real chances of idealistic leader Jeremy Corbyn ever succeeding to power are now just about zero and, with that concern off the table, London trading this morning is expected to be led by individual corporate issues once again. Having spent most of the day hovering around flat, the FTSE-100 yesterday moved lower in the final hour of trading. Stocks in focus included Barclays which opened higher touching a 15-month high following its swing into profit before profit takers sold off, while British Gas-parent Centrica also fell after on a lacklustre report; sharp drops in commodities prices saw miners down, with Rio Tinto's also going ex-dividend. Still in the thick of the reporting season, UK corporates due to publish earnings or trading updates this morning include IAG (IAG.L), Pearson (PSON.L), RBS (RBS.L), Standard Chartered (STAN.L) and William Hill (WMH.L). Other than BBA Mortgage Approvals, however, nothing significant is expected from London this morning on the macro front; Greece’s apparent budgetary impasse with the IMF, however, is returning traders attention to the approaching Presidential Election in France. With continuing positive polls for the National Front’s Marine Le Pen causing government bonds to rise and the Euro to weaken, focus will likely be on the outcome of the country’s Consumer Confidence Survey which is due for release first thing. The US is due to provide a range of new economic figures this afternoon, including its Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index, New Home Sales and the Baker Hughes US Rig Count. Save for these or any major shock/surprise emerging from the corporates reporting this morning, equities in London are expected to have a rather quiet opening, with the FTSE-100 seen flat to 5 points down in early trade.