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18Nov16 07:00 RNS Presentation of REX Case Report at SCI Conference
07Nov16 09:47 RNS Positive Update from Rapper II Clinical Trial
24Oct16 07:00 RNS Stroke & Brain Injury Clinical Trial in Australia
27Sep16 01:00 RNS Directors Interests
27Sep16 12:57 RNS Results of Annual General Meeting
19Sep16 10:57 RNS Retirement of Director
01Sep16 05:42 RNS Posting of Annual Report and Accounts
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Breakfast Today

  • 25 Oct 16

"London’s blue chip index is called some 15 points higher during this morning’s opening trade, which should see the FTSE-100 test the psychologically important 7000 level once again. The US markets, whose principal indices all closed higher overnight, remain Europe’s main influence as investors track the territory’s latest round of deals and earnings. While broadly pleasing investors, technology issues continue to lead the way which resulted in the NASDAQ registering a full 1% rise on good trading volumes. Against this background, the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President, Charles Evans, delivered a speech in which he predicted three US interest-rate rises before the end of 2017, while effectively suggesting that the central bank should allow its inflation target to be overshot before responding with confidence strangling hikes. Generally, however, his forecasts are not far from the current consensus, although he refused to be drawn of the timing of the first move which the markets continue to anticipate in the form of a 25bp move being delivered before the 2016 year-end. By comparison, Asia ended mixed, with the Shanghai Composite finishing unchanged as a weaker Yuan was countered by gains in resource stocks; the latter also boosted the ASX’s commodity-heavy index while a weaker Yen resulted in the Nikkei closing the session with the region’s strongest gain. No major UK macro data are due for release today, which means that traders will eyes will remain focussed on the US disclosure of consumer confidence and housing figures due this afternoon, with neither the ECB President Mario Draghi’s scheduled lecture or the Bank of England Governor, Mark Carney’s appearance before the Lord’s Committee, expected to provide significant new market-sensitive information. Earnings or trading updates are expected from Anglo American Carpetright (AAL.L), GKN (GKN.L), National Express (NEX.L) and Whitbread (WTB.L). Significant quarterly earnings also due from US majors due this afternoon include Apple and General Motors. " - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst