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Date Source Announcement
06Feb17 09:44 RNS Block Listing Six Monthly Return
31Jan17 13:55 RNS Total Voting Rights
20Jan17 16:35 RNS Director/PDMR Shareholding
17Jan17 07:31 RNS Proposed CEO of the Enlarged Micro Focus Group
30Dec16 11:46 RNS Total Voting Rights
21Dec16 15:35 RNS Director/PDMR Shareholding
21Dec16 15:34 RNS Director/PDMR Shareholding
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Breakfast Today

  • 15 Dec 16

Yellen yesterday delivered a dose of reality to the market! It was not the FOMC's unanimous decision to hike short-term rates by 25bp, taking federal-funds rate range to between 0.5% to 0.75% due to near full employment as inflation creeps toward the target level, that was the surprise but the fact officials are now predicting three similar moves during 2017. Furthermore, the Fed stuck to its forecast for three further hikes in both 2018 and 2019, in the process nudging its long-run target for fed funds back up to 3% from 2.9%. The net result was for the already surging US$ Index to spike to a 13-year high, rising by 0.7% during the Asian session while also reaching a 20-month peak against the Euro. US equities took fright, having got close to testing the 20,000 barrier on Tuesday, the Dow Jones suffered its worst drop since October, with broad sector-wide selling knocking all principal indices similarly. Macro data due from the States this afternoon may provide further grounding for the Fed Chair's aggressive decision, with release of Consumer Prices, Jobless Claims and the Philadelphia Fed Business Outlook Survey; beyond this, of course, is the understanding that Trump's 'Make America great Again' campaign was predicated on his ability to ensure the working class vote that powered him to the White House can deliver both the employment and wages boost required to make his vision a reality or, presumably, he will pay the price. Asian equities followed the US lead, with almost all regional bourses under pressure, led sharply by the Hang Seng as the US$-based territory's central bank followed the Fed's lead by also raising rates, knocking its recently booming property shares in the process. The Nikkei stood out from the crowd with a fractional gain, as traders focussed in on the benefits of US$ strength against the Yen for it's export dependent businesses. Today London will receive both the Bank of England's interest rate decision and MPC Minutes. No change in the figure itself is expected, but yesterday's higher than expected November inflation data does suggest that Brexit devaluation effects continue to filter through, against which it must be realistic to expect a slightly more hawkish tenor coming through the text in order to keep a floor under Sterling. The ONS will also release Retail Sales figures, while the CML provides lending data and the CBI publishes its Industrial Trends Survey. UK corporates expected to release earnings or trading updates this morning include Bunzl (BNZL.L), Centrica (CNA.L), Go-Ahead (GOG.L), Petrofac (PFC.L), PZ Cussons (PZC.L) and SyQic (SYQ.L). Traders will also be keeping a cautious eye on oil prices despite yesterday's encouraging US crude inventory report, with Iraqi government reports suggesting plans to increase its exports in January while Libya also restarts operations at its key oil fields, creating further doubts as to OPEC's ability to enforce the wide-ranging international production cuts agreed earlier this month. London is seen opening nervously this morning, with the FTSE-100 expected down some 15 points during early trading.

Breakfast Today

  • 09 Sep 16

"Overnight markets ended mostly weaker in relatively quiet trading. The principal drivers were yesterday's decision by the ECB to leave its €1.7 trillion stimulus package unchanged and a continuing sell off of technology stocks, following Apple's launch of its rather less than inspiring iPhone 7 and Hewlett Packard Enterprise's plan to spin off and merge most of its software operations with the UK's Micro Focus international (MCRO.L). As a result, the NASDAQ took the biggest hit amongst the main US equity indices, while elsewhere energy stocks took confidence from the largest one-day gain in the benchmark Nymex contract for almost six months after the US Energy Information Administration data revealed the steepest fall in crude stockpiles since 1999. Interesting also, the Fed Funds futures appear to finally be forming a consensus regarding rate expectations, with bets now indicating the chance of a September rise has fallen to just 24%, while expectation of one in December is now put at 60%. The Hang Seng was the only winner amongst Asia's major equity markets, celebrating news that the Chinese regulator had finally confirmed it will allow domestic insurers to invest in Hong Kong-quoted shares through a trading link with Shanghai. This further opening follows last month's go-ahead for the Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect, which is due to open by the end of this year and create a second portal for foreign investors looking to access China's US$6.5tn equity market. This news was tempered on the Composite index, however, as CPI data released for August showed prices slowing for the fourth month in a row and remaining firmly below Government target. The UK this morning is expected to provide Trade Construction figures, while EU finance ministers will meet in Bratislava to discuss, amongst other things, the ECB's continuing policy inaction. The Fed's Eric Rosengren is scheduled to make a speech this afternoon which could further help traders firm expectations regarding the FOMC meeting now due in less than two weeks. Corporates due to release earning figures this morning include Comptoir Group (COM.L), Richoux Group (RIC.L) and JD Weatherspoon (JDW.L). Investors will also remain sensitive to further disclosures regarding North Korea's reported fifth nuclear test this morning and the planned meeting between Saudi, Algerian oil ministers and OPEC's general secretary. The FTSE-100 is seen modestly weaker, losing perhaps 10 points in opening trade." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst