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02Dec16 03:19 RNS Result of AGM and Other Matters
02Dec16 07:00 RNS AGM Update
04Nov16 03:15 RNS Posting of Annual Report and Notice of AGM
31Oct16 07:00 RNS Result of Open Offer
28Oct16 11:53 RNS Holding(s) in Company
26Oct16 04:46 RNS Holding(s) in Company & Director/PDMR Shareholding
18Oct16 07:00 RNS New Corporate Website
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Breakfast Today

  • 15 Sep 16

"With polls narrowing enough to suggest that Clinton’s lead over Trump ahead of the November 8th presidential election is now just 3 points, traders have finally started to ask the unanswerable - which will be the winners and losers? Quite a quandary. Market anticipation of the Republican candidate winning would be a severe heightening of the market’s greatest phobia, uncertainty and rising risk aversion. The first signs of this were evident overnight, not helped by FOMC conflict seemingly projecting stalemate at the Fed, as the US$ fell and bonds gained. This, in fact, follows the established historical pattern of the currency reacting more favourably to a Democrat in the White House. US equities that started their session strongly, gave nearly everything back by the close with only the tech-heavy NASDAQ registering a reasonable gain while energy stocks continued to weaken following continued US inventory build, the IEA report that foresaw the current supply glut continuing into 2017 and whose argument is being boosted by news of planned export resumption from both Libya and Nigeria. Asia was similarly mixed with the Nikkei the principal casualty on the back of stronger Yen due to forex traders switching US$ positions, while China was closed and gently selling of commodity stocks weakened the ASX. A number of market sensitive macro releases are due today, including the Eurozone inflation report and retail sales data from both the UK and the US. UK corporates due to report earnings include Morrisons (MRW.L), Next (NXT.L), Ophir Energy (OPHR.L), Tribal Group (TRB.L) and a Q2’16 update from Booker Group (BOK.L). Later in the UK trading session, the Bank of England is also due to disclose its rate interest decision; having told the markets last week that “we are very much not out of ammunition, nor are we trigger happy” Governor Mark Carney effectively added to traders’ growing doubts regarding the effectiveness of prospective central bank policy against a global backdrop of weakening growth. No change in the UK base rate is expected today. The FTSE-100 is seen down some 20 points in early morning trade. " - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst

Breakfast Today

  • 06 Jul 16

Confidence in London remains shaken following Standard Life's suspension of its large UK Real Estate fund and the subsequent collapsing share prices of various related UK commercial trusts. Sterling was the obvious loser, falling to its lowest level in 31 years against the benchmark US Dollar having now lost almost 15% of its value since last month's referendum against a background of political malaise and continuing uncertainty regarding future trading status with the EU. All European shares look to open weaker as a result, with the FTSE-100 seen starting around 20 points down. In the US the Fed's William Dudley added to investor nervousness, noting that the outlook for interest rates had become less certain given that the impact of Brexit remains unclear. The result of this was for all the country's principle indices to end down yesterday, led primarily by commodity issues and reversing their largest weekly gain of 2016. Asian shares were also hurt across the board during this morning's trade, with Japan's Nikkei ending sharply down due to 'safe haven' buying of the Yen which pushed the currency sharply higher again impacting competiveness of its international business. Australian and Chinese equities followed suit. Today, the UK is due to release UK car registration figures and later this afternoon, the FOMC provides its latest meeting minutes while the Fed's Daniel Tarullo is also due to speak. This evening, Prime Ministerial candidate, Michael Gove, is due to present at a City of London Corporation dinner.