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30Nov16 07:00 RNS Strategic Minerals Corporation acquisition
29Nov16 08:44 RNS Integrated Resource Plan Update for 2016
29Nov16 07:00 RNS Interim results for period ended 31 August 2016
28Nov16 07:00 RNS Greenhills Resources signs MoU with VBKom
21Oct16 12:19 RNS Completion of Placing
05Oct16 07:00 RNS Bushveld Energy Limited Operational Update
23Sep16 02:16 RNS Result of Annual General Meeting
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Breakfast Today

  • 29 Nov 16

"European Central Bank President, Mario Draghi, speaking yesterday afternoon at a Parliament Committee in Brussels, warned of the dangers that ultra-low interest rates pose for the Eurozone. While the ECB decides whether to hold rates lower-for-longer his focus on the results of such prolonged low rates, in terms of excessive build-up of debt, longer-term risk-taking and vulnerability to excessive valuations in the region's real estate markets, in fact asks more questions than it answers. They also highlight the dilemma Italian voters face ahead of ahead of Sunday's constitutional referendum; polls presently put the 'No' vote in the lead with 52%, having effectively become a confidence vote on Renzi's premiership itself; if, as promised, he resigns given such an outcome, then chaos could ensue as the door is opened for the anti-capitalist, anti-austerity, Eurosceptic opposition Five Star Movement to win a snap election. With recently passed law, 'Italicum', then potentially granting the Party control of the lower chamber even if it does not win a majority, its threat to launch a further referendum on the Country's membership of the single currency then becomes a very real possibility. So revolution undoubtedly remains in the air and next week investors may see whether the Eurozone itself has now decided to pick up this particular baton. Indeed, such fears even managed to spread to the overnight markets, with US equities giving back most of the previous day's gains, as all three principal indices fell back with financials being hit by broad sell-off. Asia ended more mixed, with the Nikkei being the principal loser as tech and banking stocks came under pressure while other regional bourses closed with just fractional movements on relatively light volume. In the UK, the Bank of England is due to release October mortgage lending data this morning; this closely followed indicator of the health of the housing market, for which the consensus expectation is 65,000 new mortgages, remains a key indicator of consumer confidence and the nation's overall economic wellbeing. Today the Treasury Committee Hearing on Hammond's Autumn Statement is also due, while in the US a second GDP estimate will be released. Numerous earnings or trading statements are also due from UK corporates, including Acal (ACL.L), Countryside (CSP.L), Cranswick (CWK.L), ITE Group (ITE.L), KCOM Group (KCOM.L), LSL Property (LSL.L), Merlin Entertainment (MERL.L), Patisserie Holdings (CAKE.L), Shaftesbury (SHB.L), SSP Group (SSPG.L) and Topps Tiles (TPT.L). A nervous opening in London is expected to see the FTSE-100 move ahead some 5 points in early trading." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst

Breakfast Today

  • 28 Nov 16

"Oil is likely to hold the centre ground this week, with fears that the anticipated deal to trim almost 2% off global output might have fallen at the last hurdle. Cruse prices fell in Asia after Saudi Arabia said it would not meet with Russia ahead of the 171st meeting scheduled to take place on Wednesday in Vienna, suggesting it would not have discussions with non-OPEC members until a clear decision has been concluded within the Organisation itself. While some traders considered a successful outcome would be sufficient to spike prices into a new US$60 trading range, others speculated that such a level would simply encourage US shale produces to switch idle capacity back on, meaning that Saudi would find itself giving up share of the global market for real long-term benefit. On the other hand, failure to deliver some sort of deal in the near-term could well mean excess capacity and high inventories drive benchmark crude back to the US$30 range. Aware of the high stakes, the US$ weakened sharply during the Asian session, falling more than 1.6% against the Yen, as investors ran toward the safe-haven currency while cashing in on the rally powered by Donald trump’s election victory amid nervousness ahead of the raft of North American economic data due this week. Looking back to Friday, however, US equities rather half-heartedly notched up new record highs, as all three principal indices rose modestly to mark a third consecutive week of gains, as investors continued to weighed up the prospective equity boost that could be derived from lower corporation taxes in a higher inflationary environment as the long-run bull market in international bonds draws to a close. Asia, by comparison, ended mixed, with the Nikkei and ASX, not surprisingly the main casualties, with the former being hit by Yen appreciation on this export-led economy and the latter taking profits in anticipation of a disappointing outcome at this week’s OPEC meeting, while Chinese and Korean equities chose to ignore the international noise and instead rallied on domestic factors. Away from Oil, Europe’s concentration this week will likely fall on both the Italian constitutional referendum, taking place on 4th December, and speculation on whether or not Francois Fillon’s appointment as leader of the centre-right, means that France is finally lining itself up for its own, long overdue, ‘Margaret Thatcher moment’ as he promises economic recovery and national renewal. The UK today can look forward to releases including the OECD Economic Outlook and CBI Services Sector survey. UK corporates due to release earnings or trading updates include Aberdeen Asset Management (ADN.L), Cerillion (CER.L), Rosslyn Data Technologies (RDT.L) and Sirius Real Estate (SRE.L). London is seen opening slightly weaker this morning, with the FTSE-100 expected to be 5 or more points lower in early trading. " - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst