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05Sep16 15:29 RNS Form 8.3 - ARM Holding Plc
05Sep16 15:20 RNS Form 8.3 - ARM Holdings Plc
05Sep16 14:29 RNS Appointment of directors to ARM Holdings plc
05Sep16 12:10 RNS Form 8.3 - ARM Holdings Plc
05Sep16 12:00 RNS Form 8.5 (EPT/RI)
05Sep16 11:57 RNS Form 8.5 (EPT/RI)
05Sep16 11:54 RNS Form 8.5 (EPT/NON-RI)
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Breakfast Today

  • 28 Jul 16

"The FOMC delivered much as expected. Rates were left on hold but, by stating that 'Near-term risks to the economic outlook risks have diminished', the door has been left open for its first rate hike since December 2015 with the hot money remaining on +25bp in September and another +25bp before the year end. Lacking new excitement, London equities are expected to open marginally down, with the FTSE-100 seen down between 5 and 10 points in early trade. US markets closed in a similar mood, with the Dow and S&P 500 left virtually unchanged, leaving only the technology-heavy NASDAQ celebrating better than expected results from Apple following the previous close. Sentiment in Asia continued to yo-yo on the longawaited Japanese stimulus package, forcing the Nikkei to give back half of yesterday's gains, while the Shanghai Composite remained nervous amid threats of new regulation on wealth management products, leaving only the commoditydominated ASX enjoying a small positive by the close. Amongst UK corporates, investors are now able to put a figure on the cost to BHP Billiton (BLT.L) shareholders over the Samarco Dam disaster, with the company indicating a US$1.1bn to US$1.3bn provision, while in yesterday's statement GSK's (GSK.L) Board suggested the post-Brexit fall in Sterling presents a mix of new challenges to the Group. This morning, UK markets anticipate release of the Nationwide House Price Index along with a heavy clutch of results including, Anglo American (AAL.L), AstraZeneca (AZN.L), BAE (BA..L), Centrica (CNA.L), Diageo (DGE.L), Rolls Royce (RR..L), Royal Dutch Shell (RDSA.L) and Weir Group (WEIR.L)." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst

Breakfast Today

  • 19 Jul 16

"With few significant new stories emerging overnight, equities in London will probably give back some of the M&A inspired gains recorded yesterday following Softbank's generous cash offer for UK technology stock, ARM Holdings. With crude oil prices seemingly stuck around their two-month low on continuing concerns of a glut in the face of much predicted slowing economic activity, the FTSE-100 is seen opening around 23 points lower this morning. US equity markets all gained modestly once again, leaving the Dow Jones with another record closing on Monday led mainly by financials, while the tech-heavy NASDAQ put in the best gains of the session. Asia closed mixed, with the Nikkei chalking up its sixth consecutive gain on Tuesday as it resumed trading after Friday's public holiday amid continuing anticipation its government's pending provision of new economic stimulation, although heavily indebted Softbank was sharply sold off on concerns that it may be overpaying for its proposed acquisition. Elsewhere, Chinese and Korean stocks weakened while Australia's commodity heavy market remained quiet with light trading. Today in London, politicians and lawmakers will continue heated discussions regarding the UK's proposed renewal of its Trident nuclear programme, while the Financial Stability Oversight Council will again discuss the effects of future actions to effect Brexit. Data watchers should anticipate UK Inflation and producer price data, along with release of the national House Price Index. No major corporates are due to release results this morning, although a trading update is expected from Royal Mail." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst