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Open
54.8
Volume
0.2m
Range
54.8/56.0
Market Cap
248m
52 Week
29.1/57.1
Date Source Announcement
28Mar17 15:00 RNS Form 8.3 - San Leon Energy PLC
27Mar17 15:15 RNS Form 8.3 - San Leon Energy plc
21Mar17 16:09 RNS Form 8.3 - San Leon Energy plc
20Mar17 15:15 RNS Form 8.3 - San Leon Energy plc
17Mar17 15:00 RNS Form 8.3 - San Leon Energy PLC
15Mar17 15:00 RNS Form 8.3 - San Leon
14Mar17 15:00 RNS Form 8.3 - San Leon Energy PLC
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Breakfast Today

  • 03 Jan 17

"London equities appears set to open 2017 in an upbeat mood. Having achieved new all-time highs as 2016 drew to a close, the FTSE-100 is see opening some 45 points up during this morning's early trade, borrowing confidence from yesterday's firm European closings, which were driven significantly by banks and financials as well new macro data from Italy which surprisingly hinted at some recovery in an economy that had otherwise remained depressed throughout most of 2016, and firm closings across Asia. While a national holiday kept the Nikkei closed for the session, the ASX drove sharply higher on similar demand for financials while also seeing good support for its major commodity plays; the Shanghai Composite was not far behind, with evidence of broad investor interest following release of strong Caixin Manufacturing Purchasing Managers index data and despite concern that Beijing could impose additional capital controls on households by restricting individuals from using their existing annual US$50,000 allocation in foreign currencies through Yuan conversion, having already seen the PBOC tighten its supervision of money transfers while lowering the disclosure threshold. The latter in particular has been pointed at as the reason behind the recent surge in the Bitcoin cryptocurrency, which powered through the psychological US$1,000 barrier for the first time in three years yesterday. US equity futures also look to a firm opening across all principal indices this afternoon as Wall Street logs its first 2017 trades. Against this, of course, investors will be keeping a wary eye on the international bond markets, which traditionally make their major syndicated launches of new government bonds during the first quarter, with the global sell-off inspired by Trump's election not expected to wane anytime soon and expected to force very keen pricing in order to get the larger issues away. Today the UK and US are both expected to release their own Manufacturing PMI data, with New York also providing Construction Spending figures. No major corporate earnings or trading updates are due today, although some second liners, such as Hot Rocks Investments and Walls & Futures REIT, are anticipated." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst

Breakfast Today

  • 20 Dec 16

"Speaking at a University of Baltimore commencement ceremony yesterday Fed Chair, Janet Yellen, said the US has the strongest jobs market in nearly a decade and that there are indications wage growth is also picking up. This 'music to the President-elect's ears' provided the impetus for US markets to claw back the previous day's losses, although bargain-hunters this time chose to back bond-proxies, such as real estate, energy and utility groups, that otherwise have been ignored by those betting on higher growth and reflation under the Trump administration. While the gains were modest with all major averages ending off session highs, the NASDAQ 100 still notched up a fresh all-time intraday peak while all three principal indices closed within 0.75% of their records. The baton was then picked up by the Bank of Japan, which raised its assessment of the economy for the first time in 18 months and, although monetary policy remained unchanged, the central bank's enthusiasm generated speculation regarding a prospective rate increases that would have seemed pure fantasy just a couple of months back. Japan accordingly led gains in Asia dragging the ASX behind it, while the main Chinese markets both continued to focus in on the continuing war of words with the United States as authorities returned the drone seized by its navy following 'friendly consultations' and traders picked up hints of a prospective tightening of liquidity in Q1'2017 from the PBOC. In the wake of yesterday's apparent terrorist attacks in both Berlin and Ankara, however, Europe is expected to open in a quiet, reflective mood. The UK will focus on this morning's CBI Retail Sales Survey, which investors will scrutinise carefully for any further signs of softening confidence following November's dull sales figures, stronger than expected inflation and higher fuel prices. Other than this and the release of Capital Issuance Data from London, the US is expected to release only its Redbook today ahead of a larger swath of pre-holiday economic data on Thursday and Friday. UK corporates expected to release earnings or trading updates this morning will be limited to second-liners, such as IXICO (IXI.L), Kefi Minerals (KEFI.L), Spitfire Oil (SRO.L) and Vislink (VLK.L). Traders will also be keen to hear more regarding the reported approval for NATO to commence talks with Russia on Baltic Air Security, questioning whether this is a further sign of thawing relationships with the West, following Trump's positive campaign overtures. The FTSE-100 is seen opening just 5 points either side of unchanged this morning during light early trading." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst