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Date Source Announcement
15Mar17 07:00 RNS Operational Update
24Jan17 07:00 RNS Completion of 3D Seismic Acquisition
06Jan17 12:15 RNS Appointment and Service Agreement Amendment
05Jan17 07:00 RNS Appointment of Joint Corporate Broker
14Dec16 07:00 RNS Revolving Loan Facility
28Nov16 07:00 RNS Updated Company Presentation
24Nov16 07:00 RNS Notice of Retail Shareholder call
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Breakfast Today

  • 05 Aug 16

London equities were begrudgingly impressed with the Bank of England's decision to unleash a package of historic stimulus measures in the wake of the EU referendum. While the MPC voted unanimously in favour of cutting the base rate to an all-time low of 0.25%, the real surprise was the huge expansion of quantitative easing along with a new package of cheap loans for banks which could pump an extra £170bn into the economy despite opposition from a minority of the ninemember committee who considered that the UK macro background does not yet support such drastic action. Despite this Governor Mark Carney then went even further, indicating a willingness to cut rates even further 'close to, but a little above' zero before the year-end together with additional rounds of QE should the economy not respond adequately. Sterling bonds hit record lows, with 10-year Gilts yesterday paying just 0.66%. Equities moved sharply and broadly ahead on the news, with positive sentiment being carried into this morning seen likely to push the FTSE-100 up a further 30 points in early trading. One thing that could potentially spoil the party, however, is the all-important US non-farm employment report for July, with current estimates suggesting an advance of 195k, due this afternoon. Ahead of this release the US markets closed quietly mixed, with tech stocks leading the upside once again while the energy sector rallied with oil remains remaining firmly above the US$40 mark during the session. Asian shares, by comparison, picked up London's positive mood, will all but the Shanghai Composite making reasonable gains. William Hill (WMH.L)and the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS.L) are amongst corporates due to report today, followed by release of the Halifax house price index mid-morning.