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Date Source Announcement
13Feb17 07:00 RNS Conditional Fundraising to Raise £5.62 Million
20Dec16 07:00 RNS December 2016 Quarterly Operational Report
09Nov16 07:00 RNS Tulu Kapi Update Following Financiers' Site Visit
25Oct16 07:00 RNS Update on Discussions with Government of Ethiopia
20Oct16 10:48 RNS Quarterly Update Webinar
18Oct16 07:00 RNS Third Quarter Update
10Oct16 10:20 RNS Update on Ethiopia
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Breakfast Today

  • 13 Feb 17

"Like magic, Donald Trump has pulled the next rabbit out of his hat, promising a 'phenomenal' corporate tax announcement in the next 'two or three' weeks. Its likely to come with his February State of the Union Address to Congress on 28th February, but investors are not seen having the patience to wait for the formal pronouncement. A steadier, but still rather shell-shocked, Euro permitted oversold French bonds to rally, having been preceded on Friday by news from China that its January exports rose 7.9% on last year accompanied a 16.7% leap in imports, which altogether was enough to power all three principal US indices to new record highs having already been boosted by a flow of strong corporate earnings releases. European politics, of course, remains the obvious 'fly-in-the-ointment', with most pundits now seemingly resigned to France's National Front leader, Marine Le Pen, succeeding to May's Presidential run-off. This, however, along with the undoubted complications faced in driving the President Trump's reflationary proposals through Congress, appears to have been temporarily pushed to the back of investor's minds, with early morning trading in Asia firmer right across the board, having had nerves calmed by President Trump informing Xi Jinping that the US would respect his 'One China' policy while also welcoming Japan's Abe to the White House. This leaves Europe simply to follow suit this morning, with all markets expected to open firmer once again. Macro releases due to today are few in number, with nothing coming from the UK, while Germany produces just its Monthly Buba report and the US details the outcome of its 3 and 6-month Bill Auctions. No significant UK corporate earnings or trading updates are due either, although some second-liners like Fidessa Group (FDSA.L), Lok'n Store Group (LOK.L), Plastics Capital (PLA.L) and Surface Transforms (SCE.L) are scheduled, which leaves London to just follow the international lead with the FTSE-100 seen rising between 10 and 15 points in early morning trade." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst