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Market Cap
16m
52 Week
14.8/31.5
Date Source Announcement
28Mar17 14:45 RNS Further US Patent Grant
06Mar17 07:00 RNS Issue of Equity, PDMR Shareholding and TVR
14Feb17 13:30 RNS Patent Grant in the United States
17Jan17 07:00 RNS Appointment of CFO and Head of Clinical Operations
17Jan17 07:00 RNS First Patient Dosed in Breast Cancer Trial
11Jan17 07:00 RNS Positive DSMB Review of SAS Trial
05Dec16 07:00 RNS Half Yearly Report
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  • 18 Jan 17

While advanced media notice of key aspects from Theresa May’s speech took the sting out of the event itself, Sterling undertook its biggest rally since 2008 on the basis of her exacting presentation and the fact that UK corporates can now at least plan for a formal exit from the single market. Most commentators thought the PM was demanding both to have her cake and eat it, while injecting veiled threats should the EU decide to adopt a hard line for good measure but, in reality, this has to be her starting point. Considering the two or three months of ground preparation needed following the enacting of Article 50, plus the 4 or 5 months required to gain approval from all the EU’s national parliaments, the remaining 16 to 18 months barely looks enough to get a comprehensive framework in place, particularly given that it will also be subject to approval here by both MPs and Peers. To hope that the process will also have been sufficiently engineered to permit what she wishes to be “a smooth and orderly Brexit”, is possibly asking for too much. So something looks like it will have to give, which is a concern given that pricing data released yesterday morning confirmed December’s UK inflation had accelerated to its fastest pace in more than two years with Sterling’s step decline driving a surge in import cost. Now at 1.6%, CPI is within striking distance of the Bank of England’s 2% target which it believes will be breached early summer. Although Mark Carney is expected permit the economy to ‘run hot’ for the whole of 2017 unless the figure spikes a full percent above his preferred ceiling, UK’s highly indebted economy will likely already be slowing the following year just when it will be knocked further by a series of interest rate hikes. Not the best circumstances to confront the realities of life outside the EU! Having thrown the markets yet another googly, Donald Trump describing the US$ as “too strong” was enough to unnerve the principal US equity indices which all ended in negative territory. Asia also suffered from his apparently haphazard commentary, closing mixed to down as the US$ recovered slightly from its earlier dive to a 1-month low against the international basket, with Chinese equities the only ones confident enough to stay in the positive. While Theresa May heads for Davos in order to convince world leaders she has a winning Brexit strategy, the UK is due to release unemployment data as the also EU publishes its December Consumer Price Index. A batch of US macro releases, such as the Redbook, Consumer Prices, Industrial Production and the NAHB Housing Market Index, can be expected this afternoon. A batch of US macro releases, such as the Redbook, Consumer Prices, Industrial Production and the NAHB Housing Market Index, can also be expected. UK corporates due to provide earnings or trading updates include Anglo Pacific (APF.L), Diploma (DPLM.L), Experian (EXPN.L), Ladbrokes Coral (LCL.L), Pearson (PSON.L), Premier Foods (PFD.L), Watkin Jones (WJG.L) and Weatherspoons (JDW.L). While media comment regarding Rolls-Royce’s involvement in contract bribery will generate some market gossip this morning, traders will also be more focussed on quarterly earnings anticipated from a number of US majors this afternoon. Against this background, London is seen opening gently firmer this morning, with the FTSE-100 rising 15 points or so in early trade.