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26Jan17 07:01 RNS Interim Evaluation of Ovarian Cancer Study
26Jan17 07:00 RNS Interim Results
04Jan17 07:00 RNS Notice of Results
24Nov16 14:48 RNS Result of GM
04Nov16 07:00 RNS Barts Research Supports Potential Use of Parsortix
01Nov16 07:00 RNS Notice of GM
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Breakfast Today

  • 14 Feb 17

"US equities further extended their gains on Monday. All principal indices once again chalked-up new record closings, following more modest gains in Asia and Europe, after having confidence boosted by recently strong earnings reports, rising commodity prices and, most importantly, hints of a proposal for a significantly more accommodating US corporate tax regime later this month from President Trump. The US$ also spiked higher as investors anticipated today's start of a two-day semi-annual testimony to the US Senate from Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen, who is scheduled to speak at 15:00hrs GMT. Fed Funds futures suggest the markets are not expecting another rate increase to actually be delivered until June, but any hints or deviation from her commitment to gradually normalise monetary policy will be scrutinised by traders determined to ensure they are not caught by surprise. Meanwhile, the European Commission, which updates its projections three times every year, said that the 19-country Eurozone economy is expected to grow 1.6% this year, slightly higher than the 1.5% it forecast in November, despite uncertainties raised by Brexit and Trump's election. Somewhat spoiling the party first thing on Tuesday, however, has been news from Asia that January Consumer Prices in China grew at their fastest pace for over two years, driven by rising energy prices and Lunar New Year buying. This follows faster than expected Producer Prices, which hit 6.9% year-on-year when detailed last week, providing evidence of Beijing own efforts to stimulate credit and inject growth while remaining reluctant to burst obvious asset bubbles, such as real estate. This news sucked enthusiasm from the Asian equity session, leaving most bourses to close unchanged to fractionally down, although a sharp rise in the Yen:US$ surprised late afternoon traders enough to knock the Nikkei down more than 1% as the market ended. A good batch of UK macro data is due for release this morning, including January Retail, Consumer and Producer Price, along with the DCLG House Price Index. Eurozone Q4 GDP and December Industrial Production data is also due, while the US provides its own Consumer Prices and Industrial Production numbers. UK corporates expected to provide earnings or trading updates include Acacia Mining (ACA.L), Pendragon (PDG.L), Rolls-Royce (RR..L) and TUI AG (TUI.L). London is seen taking the hint from Far Eastern markets to give back some of yesterday's rise during this morning's early trading, with the FTSE-100 seen opening down 15 to 20 points." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst

Breakfast Today

  • 27 Jan 17

"Friends and neighbours. Having drawn swords with Mexico regarding The Wall, the White House appears to have concluded the most obvious way to ensure they do finally end up paying for its construction, is to simply impose punitive import taxes on their US-bound goods and services. Meanwhile, having failed to appoint a Commerce Secretary, Donald Trump has declared that today he will personally discuss the framework for a post-Brexit trade deal with Theresa May when they meet this afternoon. The devil, of course, will always be in the detail, but nevertheless, these talks are much more important for the UK (whose exports, valued at US$125bn, representing 17% of its international trade) than it is for the US (who send just US$65bn back across the Atlantic, representing less than 0.5% of their GDP). So the Prime Minister will need to tread lightly when raising the point she has already made to an assembly of House and Senate Republicans, that neither of their countries can afford to forget their responsibility in shaping world affairs, such as helping to defeating the ideology that drives Islamic extremism. The Dow Jones gleaned enough confidence from the President's continuing actions to ensure a third straight daily rise, keeping it firmly above the 20,000 marker, although the NASDAQ and S&P-500 but closed with fractional losses. The start of the extended Chinese New Year holidays meant that the Shanghai Composite was closed and a good number of the region's other bourses had shortened sessions, resulting in particularly low Asian volumes. That said, the Nikkei still found cause to celebrate a slower than expected decline in its consumer prices, suggesting its battle against deflation may finally be bearing fruit, with a modest gain, although the ASX notched up the territory's strongest performance. Europe had been hoping that Greece's talks with its creditors that took place yesterday would result in a breaking of the bailout deadlock; in the end no conclusion was reached, unfortunately deferring discussion regarding their aid package to another session which finance ministers insist should be concluded before the elections in the Netherlands and France get underway. No significant macro data is expected from the UK today although the EU will provide M3 and Private Loans figures, before the US releases another heavy batch of statistics, including Q4 GDP, Personal Consumption, Durable Goods Orders and the Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index. Investors in London will also be anticipating Moody's scheduled report on the UK's Sovereign Debt Rating today, which is likely to leave the equity market opening this morning rather lacklustre, with the FTSE-100 seen rising some 20 or so points in early trade."

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