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Date Source Announcement
04Jan17 07:00 RNS Notice of Results
24Nov16 02:48 RNS Result of GM
04Nov16 07:00 RNS Barts Research Supports Potential Use of Parsortix
01Nov16 07:00 RNS Notice of GM
27Oct16 07:00 RNS Director's share purchase
07Oct16 11:57 RNS Holding(s) in Company
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Breakfast Today

  • 07 Nov 16

"London markets are seen recovering some of their poise this morning, with the FTSE-100 expected to open up over 60 points in early trade. This is due to comments from the FBI Investigation Director, James Comey, on Sunday in which he noted that no new evidence had been found to warrant charges against Hillary Clinton, following further review of her use of a private email server. US equities, having been hit again on Friday with the S&P-500 chalking up its 9th consecutive day of losses, both futures and the Dollar immediately sparked sharply higher as some of the precautionary risk premium taken against a Trump victory was given back. Even so, things still seem to be balanced on a knife edge; latest poll of polls appear to have stabilised with Democrats trending one percent or so ahead of Republicans, although Trump's energy and more outrageous manner means he continues to capture the largest viewing minutes. Asian markets took their lead from US futures with, for example, the Dow being forecast to rise over 1.2% this afternoon during their session, powering a relief rally across the board, led by strong gains from the Nikkei and ASX while the Chinese indices, which had not participated in the sell-off of the past few days as a result of strong domestic PMI data, were less enthusiastic. Gold also pulled back from the psychologically important US$1,300 mark, as safe-haven investors locked in recent gains. The UK is due to release the Halifax House Index and BDO Business Trends Report figures this morning, while Prime minister Theresa May is expected to open a summit in India with a view to securing a trade agreement with the world's fasting growing major economy. Corporates due to report earnings or trading updates this morning include Dignity (DTY.L), Hiscox (HSX.L), HSBC Holdings (HSBA.L) and Morgan Advanced Materials (MGAM.L). Of these, eyes will be mostly focussed on HSCB, which released figures after the Hang Seng close this morning, detailing a swing into 3Q'16 losses following a disposal loss on sale of its Brazilian operation, leaving pre-tax profits for the period 86% below the comparative." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst