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Breakfast Today

  • 09 Aug 16

"Quiet, uneventful summer trading in the overnight markets suggests London will be left to open quietly firmer, with the FTSE-100 seen rising 5 or so points in early trade. One thing the UK has to celebrate is a surprising strength in post-Brexit retail sales. The British Retail Consortium released it July survey at midnight last night, showing like-for-like up 1.1% and total sales gaining 1.9%, the strongest growth since the start of 2016 and seemingly boosted by fine weather, high international and domestic tourism numbers as well as early seasonal promotional activity. US equity markets all ended fractionally negative, as the tech-heavy NASDAQ broke its recent winning streak, energy stocks regained their composure following firmer crude prices during European hours and healthcare stocks succumbed to profit taking. The principal Asian markets also traded lightly to end mostly positive, influenced mainly by commodity and minerals plays while China detailed slowing July consumer inflation figures for the third consecutive month remaining stubbornly below government target, much as expected. This morning expect release of UK trade data and industrial production figures, while the Competition and Markets Authority is due to publish its final report on the Retail Banking Market. Corporates expected to release half-yearly results include Amec Foster (AMFW.L), IP Group (IPO.L), Legal & General (LGEN.L) and Standard Life (SL..L).