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Breakfast Today

  • 01 Feb 17

"The FOMC’s Monetary Policy Statement, which is due at 19:00hrs GMT, will likely be today’s principal talking point. Not that any change in the discount rate is anticipated, but traders will be listening acutely for any suggestion as to when the first of 2017’s three anticipated hikes might kick-off. This will be particularly sensitive for the US$, which yesterday slid to its lowest level against the international basket since Trump’s election was seen to drive the currency to a 14-year high in November. While there may be some truth in the idea that month-end rebalancing by forex traders somewhat weighed on the Dollar, suggestions from President Trump that Japan and China are devaluing their currencies to boost international trade, while a US trade advisor tells the FT that Germany benefits from a ‘grossly undervalued’ Euro, hints that there are some early signs of panic in the White House. Yet the reality of Trump’s rallying call ‘America First’ is founded on inward looking, reflationary and protectionist policies, which are destined primarily to power the US$ ever upward, and something that even Donald might find he can do very little to stop. The damage inflicted on the Mexican Peso after its government drew swords with the President was a clear warning to all US trading partners, but most particularly China, of troubles ahead. Reflecting on this, the Dow Jones remained yesterday’s main casualty, with the other principal US indices closing with just fractional movements. Catching up following the Lunar New Year break, the Hang Seng fell quite sharply, reflecting also news that China’s Manufacturing PMI fell for the second straight month in January. Elsewhere in Asia, the Nikkei recovered from an early setback to close slightly in the positive, while the ASX gained as commodity plays and financials marginally firmed. Other than the Nationwide Housing Prices index, there is little UK macro data due today, although January Markit Manufacturing PMI figures cover most EU territories, including Great Britain. At 10:00hrs GMT, the European commission is also due to release its Economic Growth Forecasts, while later a large batch of US statistics, including ISM Manufacturing, Construction Spending and Vehicle Sales for January, precede this evening’s Fed decision. UK corporates due to release earnings or trading updates include AG Barr (BAG.L), Low & Bonar (LWB.L) and TalkTalk (TALK.L). With the US$ now trading off yesterday’s lows, London equities are expected to recoup some of yesterday’s losses, with the FTSE-100 seen rising some 30 points during opening business. Investors will also be keeping a weary eye out for reports from the Commons this morning, with as many as 100 MPs reportedly planning to vote against a law to trigger Article 50. " - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst

Breakfast Today

  • 17 Nov 16

"The Fed's Patrick Harker yesterday spelt out just how complex policy on interest rates has now become. Janet Yellen's own testimony this afternoon, which is seen as key to December's FOMC decision, will have to grapple with all the new uncertainties injected by the President-elect, ranging from regressive tax cuts, booming infrastructure spending, financial deregulation and cuts in federal spending. No easy task, even if the markets appear more convinced than ever that the first hike since 2006 will be delivered next month and that this will be the first of a series of such moves over the subsequent 18 or so months as inflation climbs. The recent phase of asset repricing, nevertheless, took a breather yesterday, with all principal markets making only fractional movements. The Dow Jones broke its record run to drift into the red as financials retrenched, while momentum in technology stocks meant the NASDAQ still managed to close modestly up. Asia also put in just marginal movements across the board, as oil prices went lower on weekly data detailing a large rise in inventories, while the Bank of Japan surprised traders with its plans to buy unlimited JGBs at fixed rates in its latest daily market operation. The latter, of course, being seen as it effort to ensure domestic rates do not find themselves shackled to the US T-bill's upward movements. Today, the UK is due to release retail sales figures while the CML provides mortgage lending data; Eurozone inflation numbers are also expected this morning. Clearly the principal event of the day, however, will be Janet Yellen's Testimony on Capitol Hill which is due to commence at 10:00hrs EST and likely overshadow speeches also due from the Fed's William Dudley and Lael Brainard; the US is due to release inflation, weekly jobless claims and export statistics this afternoon as well. Another busy day for UK corporates, with earnings or trading updates scheduled from the likes of CRH (CRH.L), Great Portland Estates (GPOR.L), Johnson Matthey (JMAT.L), Kier Group (KIER.L), Premier Oil (PMO.L), Royal Mail (RMG.L), Shanks (SKS.L), Ted Baker (TED.L), TT Electronics (TTG.L) and Watkin Jones (WJG.L). The FTSE-100 is expected to open virtually unchanged." - Barry Gibb, Research Analyst

Breakfast Today

  • 21 Jul 16

Despite overnight markets rising again, Europe is more likely to see Brexit-related issues dominate early trading. The FTSE-100 is seen down around 20 points at the opening and ahead of the European Central Bank policy meeting that is due to take place later today. Still awaiting firm evidence of the impact of the UK's vote to leave the EU, the ECB is expected to keep its current €1.8tr stimulus measure unchanged despite President, Mario Draghi, having already suggested it has presented key risk that could knock as much as 0.5% off Eurozone economic growth over the next three years. Some economists, however, consider that any such a decision would be more a reflection of his lacking new options or ideas, rather than confidence that momentum is finally improving. A new caution that suggests clouds are gathering over the UK, comes from the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors who released a survey this morning indicating commercial property brokers are now bracing for a downturn in real estate values and rents. The US markets meanwhile continued their long positive run, basking in dollar strength the Dow Jones achieving yet another record close, with all other principal indices also rising as technology stocks reversed Tuesday's sell off to see the NASDAQ put in the strongest individual performance. Asia was also up across the Board, with the Nikkei claiming back twice Wednesday's losses as the Yen hit a six-week low against the US$, dragging Chinese and Australian stocks behind it. Other than the ECB rate decision, the UK is expected to release retail sales and public sector finances data, while Theresa May continues her European tour visiting the French President, Francois Hollande. The corporate calendar is also quite busy, anticipating results or trading statements fromBabcock, Britvic, Daily Mail and General Trust, easyJet, Howden, Premier Foods,SABMiller, SSE, Tate & Lyle and Unilever.