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Breakfast Today

  • 28 Oct 16

"Yesterday's celebrations following the UK's better than expected GDP data release for the three months to September look to be short lived. This morning, release of the long-running barometer of consumer confidence from market researcher GfK, suggests sentiment has fallen back quite sharply during October, with Britons becoming increasing anxious over the economic outlook as the index slips back to levels last seen immediately prior to June's Referendum vote. This, following on from a relatively dull overnight performance from US equities, suggests London is set for a weak opening this morning with the FTSE-100 seen down some 10 points in early trade. US shares were knocked by a sell-off in Treasuries, which hurt yield-sensitive plays in the utility and real estate sectors, while technology stocks also continued to suffer from Apple's rather disappointing release earlier this week, leaving the NASDAQ the largest faller amongst the principal indices once again. Building expectations of a US rate hike before the year-end allowed the US$/JPY breach the important 105 level which, along with the more general boost being seen amongst global government bond yields, pushed up Japanese financials and resulted in the Nikkei claiming the best performance amid otherwise flat to negative Asian indices. The UK is not scheduled to make any significant economic releases this morning, but a slew of data from the EU, including the territory's Business Climate index, French GDP and CPI figures plus German CPI, are due to be followed this afternoon by the important US 3Q GDP numbers which are projected to rise by an annualised 2.5% according to the Wall Street Journal. UK Corporates due to report include IAG (IAG.L) and RBS (RBS.L), while majors reporting in the US include Chevron, Exxon Mobil and Goodyear. Investors will also be awaiting further news from General Electric, who told shareholders overnight that the Group was in talks with Baker Hughes regarding a partnership agreement or merger of their oil & gas operations, rather than the takeover that had been earlier rumoured by the media." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst

Breakfast Today

  • 23 Jun 16

Referendum day, and the polls suggest it is too close to call. With an eye on Sterling hitting an overnight six-month high, equities in London are likely to take a 'punt' on Thursday's optimism being carried over into early morning trade, with the FTSE-100 seen rising almost 40 points on the opening. This could reverse rapidly, however, should the Brexit campaign be seen to gather confidence at polling stations as the day progresses. The outcome of today's binary vote will, as far as financial markets are concerned, remain of great significance and might be expected to result in violent swings either on the up or downside. Indeed, brokers are braced for unprecedented trading when the result become clear; pundits like George Soros, for example, have warned that a 'Leave' vote could hit Sterling by 15%, while a bevy of major investment banks predict a knee-jerk 15% blow to UK equities and perhaps 10% to European; safe havens, like the Japanese Yen, will likely be the beneficiaries. For investors, Brexit might come to be interpreted as the UK's biggest and immediate 'own goal' in more than a generation, although clearly it will be our children who will tell us whether or not history books make the same interpretation. Not surprisingly, the overnight and early morning international markets remained largely flat, trading without determined direction or high volume. The US markets gave back some of its gains of the past two days pressured by tech stocks, while the Nikkei remained the principal mover in Asia putting in just modest, largely currency-related, gains. Other than the Referendum, there are no UK macro events or significant releases due today, although this afternoon a speech by the Fed's Robert Kaplan might add interpretation to Janet Yellen's semiannual testimony that concluded yesterday. Amongst corporates, Tesco is due to release a trading update.