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Breakfast Today

  • 03 Oct 16

"Notification by Prime Minister Theresa May on Sunday that the UK's divorce proceedings from the EU will commence before end-March 2017 further knocked an already weak Sterling. The Pound remains the principal casualty of international uncertainty, ending the third quarter down 2.5% against the US dollar having now recorded its fifth consecutive quarterly loss in a row. This weakness is likely to be sustained up to and possibly beyond the point of the Government formally triggering Article 50, following which a two-year period of negotiations over the terms of the split commences and during which time spin from media and market pundits will likely centre on the potential for calamity and long term business impact of a hard landing. For now, however, domestic equities are more likely to simply bask in accrued trade and translational benefits. With the overnight markets closing strongly right across the board, with forex moves providing almost immediate benefits for the FTSE-100 whose blue-chip earning are more than 70% derived internationally, meaning principal index is seen opening 10 or so points higher in early morning trade. The Dow Jones Industrial Average on Friday ended up 0.9% supported by energy and banking stocks, leaving the benchmark index 2.1% higher on the quarter and up 5.1% so far this year. The S&P 500 climbed 0.8%, while the tech-heavy Nasdaq climbed similarly, having chalked up its best quarter since 2013 with a rise of 9.7%. Without a story of its own, Asia largely followed suit with the Hang Seng and Nikkei both registering gains of over 1% on good volumes, while the Shanghai Composite remained closed and the commodity-led ASX also followed crude's strong run during New York hours. The UK today is due to release Manufacturing PMI data, while Chancellor Philip Hammond is due to address the Conservative Party Conference. He is due to help Mrs May set the stage for Britain's separation from the EU and will reportedly state his intention to abandon his predecessor, George Osborne's, target of achieving a surplus by the end of the current parliament. His willingness to take his foot off 'the austerity pedal', with increased infrastructural spending and other stimuli to generate activity and employment will likely be well received by the markets, although any such gains may in turn just be given back through Sterling weakness. Markets today will also remain aloof for further confirmations regarding much reduced US penalty for Deutsche Bank, imposed for incorrectly selling mortgage-backed bonds, as suggested in the weekend FT which sees a lower US$5.4bn deal to replace the initial US$14bn demand. Such news will likely provide a further boost to European banking shares which were already partly anticipating such an outcome on Friday. UK corporates including DXS International (DXSP.L), James Halstead (JHD.L) and Seeing Machines (SEE.L) are due to report earnings." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst

Breakfast Today

  • 27 Sep 16

"European markets this morning look set to celebrate a better than expected performance by Hillary Clinton at last night’s televised debate. When being watched live by some 100m Americans, simply tripping up on one or two well-timed soundbites can be enough to threaten opportunity for any presidential hopeful. As it happened, Donald neither manages to rile his opponent nor land a killer blow; Hillary, on the other hand, perhaps came across as better prepared and more knowledgeable. In fact, the markets finally appear to have sensed that Trump is now unlikely to end up securing control of Congress, which a good number of his radical policy would undoubtedly need to squeeze through but, without which, his Presidency would likely end up something of a damp squib. The most obvious confirmation of this was seen last night in the foreign exchange markets as the Mexican Peso surged from its record low during the debate; London on the other hand is seen as the first equity markets to provide a genuinely considered reaction, on the back of which the FTSE-100 looks set to rise 40 plus points in early trading. Europe is likely to follow suit, despite ECB President, Mario Draghi, leaving quite a clear message to investors yesterday that monetary policy has its limitations and that he was now looking to other policy makers to play their part too - which all means further interest rate cuts are now increasingly unlikely. Closing before the debate began, all principal US equity markets ended quite sharply down as the widespread sell-off in banking shares that began in Europe, with German Chancellor Merkel pointedly ruling out any idea of a State bail-out of distressed Deutsche Bank, hit sentiment. Asia similarly ended mostly down, but rallied somewhat in late trading in response to the debate, with the Nikkei regaining its composure after suffering badly from Yen strength early in the session while the Hang Seng moved positive after a flat opening. Traders in London will this morning be awaiting a WTO Trade Report and the CBI’s Monthly Distributive Trades Survey while, later on this afternoon, the US releases Consumer Confidence data. UK corporates reporting earnings or trading updates include AG Barr (BAG.L), boohoo.com (BOO.L), Close Brothers (CBG.L), Panmure Gordon (PMR.L), Thomas Cook (TCG.L), United Utilities (UU..L) and Wolseley (WOS.L). Market traders will also be keen to hear more on media reports that Disney is the latest to have cited interest in making an offer for Twitter." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst

Breakfast Today

  • 13 Sep 16

"Signs of conflict and disagreement at the FOMC muddy the waters still further, in what appears to be an increasingly politicised US interest rate decision. Hard on the heels of Eric Rosengren suggesting the need to hike rates in order to pre-empt certain sectors, like commercial real estate, being subject to runaway prices, Lael Brainard called a surprise meeting yesterday to, effectively, flatly contradict him by stating the case for tightening policy in the absence of accelerating inflationary pressures was less compelling. This was enough to see all the principal US equity markets reverse most of their previous day's losses, even though JPM's Jamie Dimon also decided to enter the argument calling for a raise "sooner rather than later" in order for the Fed to "maintain credibility". Not that central banks elsewhere are having a much easier time of it, with policy makers still apparently confounded by the absence of inflation amid a highly stimulated and low international and rate environment. The PBOC, for example, this morning chose to use a longer-dated instrument for the first time in seven months, as part of its efforts to slow the booming domestic bond market that has been feasting on plentiful supplies of cheap, short-term cash. This clear sign that it prefers to tinker with flexible money market instruments, rather than adjust supply of funds by cutting interest rates or tightening reserve requirements, highlights concerns over fiscal spending that ramped sharply in August while revenue growth continued to slow. This left the Shanghai Composite the Asian session's loser, despite slightly better than expected industrial production data and housing sales lifting slightly year-on-year, while other indices in the region were happy enough to be dragged upward on Wall Street's coattails. It will likely be a similar story for the European opening this morning, with the FTSE-100 seen partly recouping its previous day's hit by rising by some 19 points in early trade. UK macro releases due this morning include Inflation data and the ONS House Price Index, while the IEA is also due to disclose its Oil Market report. Earnings are due form JD Sports (JD..L), M Winkworth (WINK.L), STM Group (STM.L) and Verona Pharma (VRP.L), while a trading update from Ocado (OCDO.L) is anticipated along with additional details regarding Gocompare.com's proposed demerger from esure Group (ESUR.L). With their PR engines working overtime, Hilary and Donald are now both promising release of their medical records, although the media and markets will most probably have decided they are bored with the whole topic long before hardcopy actually thuds on the desk." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst


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Date Source Announcement
17/10/2016 07:00:08 London Stock Exchange Registered user update
13/10/2016 10:51:52 London Stock Exchange Issue of Equity and Total Voting Rights
10/10/2016 07:00:08 London Stock Exchange MySQUAR welcomes end to US sanctions
30/09/2016 08:27:49 London Stock Exchange New product and financing
26/09/2016 07:00:10 London Stock Exchange MySQUAR updates re gaming and other activities
12/09/2016 07:00:10 London Stock Exchange Trading Statement
22/08/2016 07:00:08 London Stock Exchange Product Launch
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