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30Nov16 03:39 RNS Operational Update
29Nov16 11:29 RNS Director Dealing - replacement
29Nov16 10:06 RNS Director Dealing
24Nov16 04:24 RNS Update on Harley Street and Sinophi
15Nov16 05:45 RNS Holding(s) in Company
08Nov16 07:00 RNS Change of Adviser
07Nov16 02:55 RNS Exercise of Options and Issue of Shares
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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

  • 28 Nov 16

"Oil is likely to hold the centre ground this week, with fears that the anticipated deal to trim almost 2% off global output might have fallen at the last hurdle. Cruse prices fell in Asia after Saudi Arabia said it would not meet with Russia ahead of the 171st meeting scheduled to take place on Wednesday in Vienna, suggesting it would not have discussions with non-OPEC members until a clear decision has been concluded within the Organisation itself. While some traders considered a successful outcome would be sufficient to spike prices into a new US$60 trading range, others speculated that such a level would simply encourage US shale produces to switch idle capacity back on, meaning that Saudi would find itself giving up share of the global market for real long-term benefit. On the other hand, failure to deliver some sort of deal in the near-term could well mean excess capacity and high inventories drive benchmark crude back to the US$30 range. Aware of the high stakes, the US$ weakened sharply during the Asian session, falling more than 1.6% against the Yen, as investors ran toward the safe-haven currency while cashing in on the rally powered by Donald trump’s election victory amid nervousness ahead of the raft of North American economic data due this week. Looking back to Friday, however, US equities rather half-heartedly notched up new record highs, as all three principal indices rose modestly to mark a third consecutive week of gains, as investors continued to weighed up the prospective equity boost that could be derived from lower corporation taxes in a higher inflationary environment as the long-run bull market in international bonds draws to a close. Asia, by comparison, ended mixed, with the Nikkei and ASX, not surprisingly the main casualties, with the former being hit by Yen appreciation on this export-led economy and the latter taking profits in anticipation of a disappointing outcome at this week’s OPEC meeting, while Chinese and Korean equities chose to ignore the international noise and instead rallied on domestic factors. Away from Oil, Europe’s concentration this week will likely fall on both the Italian constitutional referendum, taking place on 4th December, and speculation on whether or not Francois Fillon’s appointment as leader of the centre-right, means that France is finally lining itself up for its own, long overdue, ‘Margaret Thatcher moment’ as he promises economic recovery and national renewal. The UK today can look forward to releases including the OECD Economic Outlook and CBI Services Sector survey. UK corporates due to release earnings or trading updates include Aberdeen Asset Management (ADN.L), Cerillion (CER.L), Rosslyn Data Technologies (RDT.L) and Sirius Real Estate (SRE.L). London is seen opening slightly weaker this morning, with the FTSE-100 expected to be 5 or more points lower in early trading. " - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst

Breakfast Today

  • 02 Nov 16

"UK equities are seen weaker once again this morning, with the FTSE-100 expected to open some 20 points lower in early trade. Politics continues to lead every discussion, leaving London’s direction to be set by the overnight markets which declined broadly on the back of growing anxiety over the Presidential election with all latest polls suggesting Trump is closing in on Clinton and at least one putting him in the lead for the first time with 46% of the vote. Safe haven investors bought back into Treasuries that had been oversold on following disappointing Chinese manufacturing PMI data, while again closing to sell down what might be considered higher-risk equities across all the principal indices, despite there being no strong consensus as to what specific market sectors a Republicans win might actually benefit. While the S&P500 registered its sixth consecutive fall traders, less prominent than normal, also positioned themselves for the FOMC meeting which gets underway later today, although CME Group’s FedWatch considers the chances of a rate change at this time is down to just 7%, with the betting still overwhelmingly for a 25bp hike in December. As most consider a Trump victory would send a shockwave through the US$, the Nikkei also sold off on fears than forex traders will choose to pile back into safe-haven Yen, which in-turn would hit competitivity of the export-led territories hard. Japan consequently closed as the biggest casualty amongst broadly lower Asian markets, although the Chinese and Australian indices also ended quite sharply down on heavy volumes. A swath of UK economic data is due for release this morning, including the CBI economic forecast, the BRC Shop Price Index, the CIPS/Markit construction PMI and Nationwide House Price Index; the Eurozone is also due to release manufacturing PMI, while the US FOMC convenes its rate setting meeting. A good number of major UK corporates are scheduled to report earnings or trading updates this morning, including Just Eat (JE..L), Millennium & Copthorne (MLC.L), Next (NXT.L), Persimmon (PSN.L) and Wetherspoon (JDW.L). " - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst

Breakfast Today

  • 01 Nov 16

"A flat to marginally positive market is seen for London this morning, with the blue-chip FTSE-100 expected to open up in excess of 15 points. With just a week before election day, politics remained the dominating talking point, with experts declaring that incriminating emails cited by the FBI in their probe into Hillary Clinton's exchanges could be uncovered in the next few days, while she continues to insist there is no case to answer. This kept the markets in a generally nervous mood, with all principal US indices closing fractionally down to cap a disappointing month during which the S&P-500 fell by 1.9% while the NASDAQ lost 2.3%. Asia was in a slightly better mood, with both the Hang Seng and the Shanghai Composite receiving a lift from better than expected official manufacturing PMI data from China, with the index rising to 51.2 for October, up from 50.4 in September, thereby beating expectations for the third straight month. By contrast Japan was in a more sombre mood, having shifted back its target date for achieving a level of 2% inflation from 2017 to 2018 following recent data, although the central bank still left its short-term interest rate target for commercial bank deposits at 0.1%. This left Japan with a fractional loss for the day, while the ASX gave back most of yesterday's gains through weaker commodity plays and financials as the Reserve Bank of Australia left interest rates unchanged at 1.5%. Today both the UK and the US are due to due to release manufacturing PMI figures, while the results season in full swing with a large number of corporates being scheduled to release earning or trading updates this morning, including BP (BP..L), Hastings Group (HSTG.L), MoneySupermarket (MONY.L), Royal Dutch Shell (RDSA.L), Shire (SHP.L), Standard Chartered (STAN.L), Virgin Money (VM..L) and Weir (WEIR.L)." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst