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Date Source Announcement
20Feb17 09:20 RNS O&M acquires stake in Eightytwenty in Ireland
03Feb17 11:45 RNS WPP invests in SubVRsive in the US
02Feb17 12:00 RNS WPP's GTB acquires Zubi Advertising Services in US
01Feb17 14:45 RNS Kantar Media acquires Newsaccess in Ireland
01Feb17 12:35 RNS Voting rights and Capital 31 January 2017
24Jan17 12:15 RNS GroupM to acquire MediaCom India
16Jan17 09:00 RNS Ogilvy deal in China
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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

Breakfast Today

  • 25 Aug 16

"Traders are now unlikely to take any large market bets until the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City's two-day Monetary Policy Symposium at Jackson Hole, Wyoming has concluded. Top of the bill of course is Chair, Janet Yellen, who is formally scheduled to speak at 09:00hrs local time on Friday, but given the hype that has surrounded this event anything she finally divulges is likely to be considered something of an anti-climax as far as investors are concerned. Indeed, most probably she will continue to walk a fine line, offering positive but uncommitted descriptions of the current state of the US economy while keeping options open regarding a rate hike at the central bank's September meeting. That would leave the markets to tread water for a little longer yet. Overnight the US markets closed modestly weaker across all principal indices, giving back more than the previous day's gains, as concerns circulated in the media about possible political actions to tame escalating drug prices following the sharp increase imposed by Mylan Inc. on Epistem, its sever allergies treatment; crude oil also weakened again on further reflection of yesterday's surprisingly big build-up of US stockpiles, which was also seen to pressurise other recently well supported commodity prices. A lack of new stories in Asia left the regions equity markets to simply track the US, with the Shanghai Composite ending the session's the main casualty as the PBOC was seen injecting additional funds to stimulate otherwise lacklustre investor enthusiasm. Other than today's start of the Jackson Hole Symposium, macro releases due includes the CBI Distributive Trades Survey and the CML mortgage lending figures, while UK corporates due to publish earning numbers are Anglo Pacific Group (APF.L), CRH (CRH.L), Henry Boot (BHY.L), Jimmy Choo (CHOO.L), John Laing (JLG.L) and Spire Healthcare (SPI.L). The FTSE-100 is seen opening around 12 points lower in early, relatively low volume, trade." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst