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02Dec16 04:40 RNS Second Price Monitoring Extn
02Dec16 04:35 RNS Price Monitoring Extension
01Dec16 03:00 RNS Block admission return
09Nov16 02:00 RNS Board Remuneration and Grant of Share Awards
16Sep16 04:35 RNS Price Monitoring Extension
14Sep16 07:00 RNS Interim Results
05Jul16 10:38 RNS Result of AGM
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Breakfast Today

  • 17 Jun 16

"London equities appear set to record strong gains this morning, with reports of the tragic murder of a UK Member of Parliament apparently throwing the Brexit debate into disarray. Expected closing of referendum-led shorts, while also riding on new confidence gleaned from the overnight and early morning international markets ending their losing streaks, means that the FTSE-100 is seen opening up around 40 points. A strong expression of public revulsion on the daylight attack, that was reportedly carried out in the name of UK independence, resulted in significant gains for the 'Remain' vote in the betting markets during late-afternoon trading. This point highlights the fact that the vote, which polls suggest had swung convincingly in favour of the 'Leave' camp, is by now far from a certainty and upon which financial markets are prepared to express quite dramatic relief. US stocks climbed Thursday, snapping a five-session streak of losses as telecommunication and utilities shares recovered, while the Nikkei in Japan rose off its four-month low, dragging most Asian markets behind it, as its government left its assessment of the overall economy unchanged despite suffering from exceptional recent Yen strength. The UK has scheduled no major data or corporate results due for release for this morning, although the IMF will report on the UK economy, while in Europe the ECB president Mario Draghi will also be speaking." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst