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Date Source Announcement
21/10/2016 11:18:52 London Stock Exchange Holding(s) in Company
19/10/2016 07:00:05 London Stock Exchange Interserve hosts capital markets day in London
17/10/2016 07:00:09 London Stock Exchange Contract Win
12/10/2016 11:59:21 London Stock Exchange Director/PDMR Shareholding
10/10/2016 07:00:08 London Stock Exchange Conclusion of Strategic Review
03/10/2016 07:00:10 London Stock Exchange Contract Win
27/09/2016 07:00:06 London Stock Exchange Place on department of health's £4BN P22 framework
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Breakfast Today

  • 04 Oct 16

"Chancellor Philip Hammond’s speech at the party conference yesterday delivered on most expectations. As predicted, Sterling continued to be the fall guy, sliding close to a 30-year low against the US$, the results of which had already been amply demonstrated by the release of much stronger than expected September PMI data. Jettisoning his predecessor’s plan to achieve fiscal surplus by 2020, the market is now starting to call for much more that the relatively modest boosts provided to housebuilders/constructors and tech innovation in his speech. Indeed, since most forecasters expect next year’s enactment of Article 50 to compound investment uncertainty, resulting in slower growth and lower tax revenues, he will have to do more that just take his foot off the ‘austerity pedal’. Indeed, the government may see the need to fund significant new infrastructural and regeneration programmes, with a view to staunching a potential downward spiral in economic confidence or rocketing unemployment over the next 30 or so months. Not that Hammond wanted it, but the Fed’s William Dudley also reminded markets yesterday of the problems that continue to be experienced by the world’s increasingly impotent central banks. His statement noted insights being gathered “..have important implications for the appropriate path for monetary policy and the question of whether monetary policy makers need additional tools or greater support from the fiscal authorities”. Dudley’s suggestion was not particularly new, but still enough to send a shiver down the spine of the US equity markets, with all principal indices closing modestly negative as some cashed-in profits from the rally of the past few days. Asia closed mixed with only Japan making a reasonable gain due to a weaker Yen and despite the BoJ being forced to lower its inflation outlook still further. The Shanghai Composite was closed for the second day, leaving the Hang Seng and the ASX to make only fractional negative movements. The UK has no major macro data scheduled for release this morning, although the IMF will produce its World Economic Outlook. Amongst London’s corporates, earnings figures or trading updates are anticipated only from various second tier companies such as Greggs (GRG.L), Quantum Pharma (QP..L), Revolution Bars (RBG.L), ScS Group (SCS.L) and St Ives (SIV.L). Later this afternoon, Google is holding a media event in San Francisco, while traders will also be listening for further updates from RBS regarding its reported US$120m settlement with the US courts due to the lender’s underwriting of residential mortgage-backed securities before the 2008 financial crisis. London equities are seen opening in an undecided mood, with the FTSE-100 losing 5 or so points in early trading on relatively light volumes." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst

Breakfast Today

  • 20 Sep 16

"The overnight markets held their breath, treading water ahead as the two major central banks starting their policy meetings. Typically, markets are seen to stall in anticipation followed by anti-climax on the final outcome, a scenario which is expected to play out once again this time. The Fed is widely seen pushing its rate decision 'can' down the road once again, while the BoJ is likely to play 'around the edges' trimming rates while marginally extending its short-term and riskier asset purchases in the hope of steepening its yield curve and weakening the Yen. Against this background, London equities are expected to make little headway this morning, with the FTSE-100 seen opening perhaps 5 points down. Energy stocks will likely be in focus as both Nymex and Brent declined on news of Saudi Arabia increasing July exports, having pumped crude at record levels of 10.67mbbl/day in order to regain global market share despite obviously oversupplies international markets. Although the Kingdom has since informed OPEC that August production had marginally declined, traders nervously await US inventory and China final oil trade data due for release tomorrow, while attempting to also factor in expected resumption of shipping from both Libya and Nigeria. That aside, having started their session strongly with the Dow up over 130 points at one stage, all the principal US markets ended fractionally in the negative with profit taking in tech and oils the only minor feature. Asia was little different, with just Japan prepared to register a half-hearted gain, with a few traders suggesting Governor Haruhiko Kuroda could be in the mood to stimulate the financial markets and punish the Yen more aggressive that the futures were suggesting. There is little macro data of significance expected from the UK today, although the supermarkets and related consumables stocks will be looking forward to release of the Kantar Worldpanel Grocery Market Share figures due this morning; earnings figures are also due from Bango (BGO.L), Fox Marble (FOX.L), French Connection (FCCN.L), GVC Holdings (GVC.L), Horizon Discovery (HZD.L), IG Group (IGG.L), Kingfisher (KGF.L), Pennon (PNN.L) and Pittards (PEG.L). The US$ could also remain sensitive to further news from Syria regarding reports that the cease-fire struck in the territory has already broken down." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst