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20/10/2016 16:40:26 London Stock Exchange Second Price Monitoring Extn
20/10/2016 16:35:24 London Stock Exchange Price Monitoring Extension
17/10/2016 07:00:07 London Stock Exchange Successful Consent Solicitation
29/09/2016 09:58:58 London Stock Exchange Holding(s) in Company
16/09/2016 09:07:44 London Stock Exchange Update on Strategic Review
16/09/2016 07:02:02 London Stock Exchange Contract Win
16/09/2016 07:00:07 London Stock Exchange Update on Strategic Review
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Breakfast Today

  • 19 Sep 16

"Monetary policy decisions from the US Federal Reserve and, possibly more importantly, the Bank of Japan, are expected to drive investor sentiment in the global markets this week - two-day policy meetings from both are due to start tomorrow. While expectations for a September Fed hike have abated quite significantly following a series of soft economic releases, growing uncertainty over what the BOJ will do is an increasing source of anxiety for investors. Consensus appears to be for Governor Haruhiko Kuroda to introduce a further minor rate cut of maybe 10 to 20bp, while expanding the monetary base slightly from the current 80tr Yen and adding additional J-REIT purchases. The concept of reducing long-term JGB purchases in favour of shorter-term or riskier assets has also been seen by the media as one way of steepening the yield curve and weakening the Yen, whose strength during 2016 has been principally responsible for undermining progress of this export-led economy. While Janet Yellen is expected to tell journalists she will continue to 'sit on her hands' at the quarterly press conference scheduled to follow the FOMC meeting, market focus will likely rapidly return to the November 8th presidential election. One contributor to the Weekend FT highlighted the chance of a 15% to 20% hit on both the US and UK stock markets and a collapse of the US$ should Trump succeed. Scary stuff, but for many it sounds a bit like a replay of the 'doom and gloom' Brexit-vote forecasts that were delivered from a multitude of economists and economic policymakers three or so months back; nevertheless, this will undoubtedly become the centre of media attention for the next 8 weeks, meaning that the exceptional low market volatility of the summer period has almost certainly now drawn to a close. US equities ended their rather choppy week with all principal indices falling, although continuing support for tech stocks following Intel's unexpected hike of its third-quarter revenue guidance, meant that the NASDAQ was the least damaged. Resuming trading following their Mid-Autumn holiday, both the Shanghai Composite and Hang Seng gained as traders took positions ahead of the central bank meetings, while the ASX tracked back slightly mimicking the US with Japan staying closed for its 'Respect of the Aged Day' holiday. No new macro data is due from the UK today, but corporates including Dairy Crest (DCG.L), Finsbury Foods (FIF.L), Petra Diamonds (PDL.L) and Sprue Aegis (SPRP.L) are expected to be released earnings. Traders will also remain sensitive regarding any further disclosures or police statements regarding the Manhattan pipe-bombing that took place in Manhattan over the weekend and particularly any confirmation that it was terrorist-related. The FTSE-100 is seen rising some 60-points in early trading this morning." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst