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Date Source Announcement
23Mar17 08:00 RNS Q1 2017 Strategic Objectives successfully met
02Mar17 10:30 RNS Update on Proposed Acquisition by Opera
01Mar17 12:50 RNS Notifiable Holding Change
24Feb17 10:00 RNS Cessation of Metal Tiger Joint Ventures
15Feb17 09:31 RNS Mbeya Coal to Power Project Update
27Jan17 07:00 RNS Change of Share Registrar
23Jan17 07:00 RNS MCPP Update: Integrated Bankable Feasibility Study
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Breakfast Today

  • 22 Nov 16

"Chancellor Philip Hammond's first Autumn Statement, which is due tomorrow, now looks to be a rather unexciting event. Having abandoned Osborne's proposal to deliver a budget surplus by 2020, early hopes of him taking his foot right off the austerity pedal with a view to heading-out on a spending spree, pumping money broadly into infrastructure, corporate and other private incentives, appear to have been misplaced. Speaking on the BBC's weekend Andrew Marr Show, his tenor even reminded some of his predecessor, when stressing economic "credibility" was key, while reminding viewers that the UK's debt was still "eye-wateringly" large and that any plans must be "responsible". Indeed, the IFS even suggests Hammond should "prepare for more austerity" in the next parliament, given that debt as a share of national income has risen close to 90%. So, other than detailing the £1.3bn to target congested roads that has already been leaked (with key beneficiaries being Atkins (ATK.L), Breedon (BREE.L), Costain (COST.L), Hill & Smith (HILS.L) and Kier (KIER.L)), the Statement is likely to centre on existing major projects like HS2, Theresa May's extra £2bn investment in R&D and the already announced £3bn housing fund (potentially boosting the major housebuilders) plus £2bn loan fund to pay for 15,000 new homes by 2020, by which time corporation tax will also have been cut back to 17%. It seems rather unlikely that he will propose any increase of existing income tax allowances, raise the threshold for higher-rate payers or cut VAT. Anti-climax could be seen through a spate of profit taking following Sterling's recent rally. The US session by comparison closed with gains across the board yesterday as the S&P-500, Dow Jones and NASDAQ all hit new record highs. By the session close, however, Trump was telling the media he planned to stick with hi election pledge to quit the TPP on his first day, meaning the US will walk away from seven years of careful negotiation, which many see as effectively handing the baton to China who was not part of the original pact. Asia, however, took the news in its stride with all regional bourses making gains led by the Hang Seng and ASX as oil prices rallied as hopes of a production cut being agreed at next week's OPEC meeting rose, while even the Nikkei recovered early losses following news of the earthquake off its east coast Tuesday morning. As a result, Europe looks to follow suit with broad gains being seen during early morning trade, despite ECB top officials warning that it is not yet ready to scale back its EUR1.7TR bond-purchase and stimulus programme; the FTSE-100 is seen opening up some 45 points. This morning's UK macro releases include Public sector finances and the CBI quarterly Distributive Trades Survey. UK corporates due to release earnings or trading updates include Babcock (BAB.L), CML Microsystems (CML.L), Compass Group (CPG.L), De La Rue (DLAR.L), Homeserve (HSV.L), Kingfisher (KGF.L) and Mitchells & Butler (MAB.L). Traders will also be keeping an eye open for any news later today, as David Davis, the Brexit secretary, meets with the EU's chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, in Brussels today in an effort to prepare for an 'orderly' exit." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst