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Date Source Announcement
16Sep16 15:20 RNS Form 8.3 - Poundland Group PLC
16Sep16 10:43 RNS Form 8.5 (EPT/RI) - Poundland Group Plc
16Sep16 10:30 RNS Scheme of arrangement becomes effective
15Sep16 15:20 RNS Form 8.3 - Poundland Group PLC
15Sep16 13:12 RNS Court sanction of scheme of arrangement
15Sep16 11:00 RNS Form 8.5 (EPT/RI) - Poundland Group Plc
15Sep16 08:13 GNW Form 8.5 (EPT/RI) - Poundland Group plc
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Breakfast Today

  • 12 Aug 16

"Europe's opening is expected to be pushed and pulled in different directions as investors contemplate contrasting overnight news from some of the world's major markets. Weighing up higher equity closes across both the US and Asia, together with the hint from Saudi Arabia, the world's largest producer and OPEC's opinion leader, of reviving the concept of coordinating crude output with other countries to rebalance supply, London is expected to open modestly firmer with the FTSE-100 rising around 5 points in opening trade. Traders have, of course, heard this before and OPEC's recent inability to effectively control its own members leaves them sceptical that obvious global oversupply can be tamed any time soon. Nevertheless, the story was enough to tempt some to close out bear positions and boosted confidence in the US where energy and consumer stocks drove all three principal indices to concurrent new record closes for the first time since 1999. Asia found this optimism infectious, with similar modest gains across the board, despite China's National Bureau of Statistics releasing the latest in a long run of disappointing industrial output figures, this time showing July annual growth down to just 6.0% from 6.2% in June. While this figure was below consensus expectations, affected primarily by slowing in the hitherto booming housing market, others took heart that monthly production actually rose by 0.52% while also anticipating yet further measure from the PBOC to stimulate its flagging economy. Macroeconomic date due this morning includes UK Construction and German GDP data, while later this afternoon expect US Retail Sales numbers to be released. There are no important UK corporates due to provide earnings updates today, although markets will be keeping an eye out for any further updates regarding the apparent escalation of tensions in the Ukraine following Russia's decision to increase security measures in the annexed territory of Crimea." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst

Breakfast Today

  • 14 Jul 16

"The appointment of Philip Hammond as Chancellor of the Exchequer in Theresa May's new cabinet line-up, replacing hard-line austerity and city champion George Osborne, will likely result in a nervous opening for London's financial markets this morning. The FTSE-100 is seen flat to modestly up in early trade, despite pundits predicting the Bank of England will today cut its rate policy for the first time since 2009 - most probably by 25pb - to ward off a looming post-Brexit slump. Hammond, a 'safe hands' political veteran of the Conservatives, has assumed roles of Transport Secretary, Defence Secretary and most recently, Head of the Foreign Office in recent administrations, but apparently has always hankered for an influential role in the Treasury. For investors, the early signs are positive; making a speech to the British Bankers' Association on Tuesday, Hammond stated he would strive to defend the sector's key access to the European single market, noting the financial services industry was probably the most affected by Brexit and the significance of its 'passports' to operate across the EU. That said, he will be struggling uphill from the beginning, with the GfK consumer confidence index have already reported its biggest hit since 1994 while this morning, the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, details its members experiencing weakening demand, a drop in the number of homes being offered for sale and a slowdown in pricing growth. Uncertainty, according to the RICS is the 'primary driver' of a prospective slump. Overseas markets meanwhile trod water, with the US equities modestly mixed while awaiting key macro data (including inflation, retail sales and industrial output) later this week. Asian markets also mostly stalled after a week of strong gains, with only Japan putting in a convincing gain, both on continuing fiscal stimulus hopes and also on a soaring 10% performance from Nintendo, as gamers applaud its new 'Pokémon Go' app. Other than the BoE decision, the IMF's Lagarde is due to speak while later the US will release PPI date and jobless numbers along with a speech from the Fed's Esther George. UK corporates due to provide trading updates or results includeMicro Focus International, Experian, Halfords, Mothercare and SuperGroup." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst

Breakfast Today

  • 17 Jun 16

"London equities appear set to record strong gains this morning, with reports of the tragic murder of a UK Member of Parliament apparently throwing the Brexit debate into disarray. Expected closing of referendum-led shorts, while also riding on new confidence gleaned from the overnight and early morning international markets ending their losing streaks, means that the FTSE-100 is seen opening up around 40 points. A strong expression of public revulsion on the daylight attack, that was reportedly carried out in the name of UK independence, resulted in significant gains for the 'Remain' vote in the betting markets during late-afternoon trading. This point highlights the fact that the vote, which polls suggest had swung convincingly in favour of the 'Leave' camp, is by now far from a certainty and upon which financial markets are prepared to express quite dramatic relief. US stocks climbed Thursday, snapping a five-session streak of losses as telecommunication and utilities shares recovered, while the Nikkei in Japan rose off its four-month low, dragging most Asian markets behind it, as its government left its assessment of the overall economy unchanged despite suffering from exceptional recent Yen strength. The UK has scheduled no major data or corporate results due for release for this morning, although the IMF will report on the UK economy, while in Europe the ECB president Mario Draghi will also be speaking." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst

Breakfast Today

  • 16 Jun 16

"The FTSE-100 is seen opening quite sharply lower once again this morning (down around 65 points), as the markets tries to take all ramifications of a possible Brexit on board. Even the Fed's decision to leave short-term rates unchanged yesterday appears at least in part, to await the outcome of the June 23rd referendum as international markets try to gauge the potential shock to global activity. Beyond this, continuing sluggish US growth rates and its apparent inability to stimulate inflation, means that the central bank still lacks the confidence to raise the cost of borrowing, as a result of which early gains recorded across the principal indices turned back into modest losses during late trading. The US dollar fell to its lowest level since September 2014, mimicking the Euro which tumbled to its lowest since January 2013. By contrast, safe haven investors continued to drive the Yen higher after the BOJ's decision to stand still at its policy meeting, forcing Asian equities broadly down once again. Expect the Bank of England rate decision this morning along with MPC meeting minutes which will be followed by the Governor's Mansion House speech and may reflect on the Chancellor's suggested need to plan for an emergency Brexit budget. Retail sales figues are due from the US this afternoon, while various small and mid-cap corporates, like Poundland, WS Atkins, Darty, Mulberry, Premier Farnell, Purplebricks and Safestore are due to report.