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Explore the most viewed and latest equity research and media content for companies within the Discretionary Personal Goods sector. Stocks in this sector sell goods like tobacco, accessories, toys, and electronic etc.

Discretionary Personal Goods equity research

Explore the most viewed and latest equity research and media content for companies within the Discretionary Personal Goods sector. Stocks in this sector sell goods like tobacco, accessories, toys, and electronic etc.

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I3 Energy –Schedule 1. Independent oil and gas company with assets and operations in the UK. Offer TBC, 26 May admission | Opera Investments –Reverse Takeover of Kibo Mining’s subsidiary Kibo Gold. Raising £1.5m. Expected mkt Cap £6.5m. 23 May | Verditek— Schedule 1 update. On Admission, the Company's subsidiaries will be involved in advanced solar photovoltaic, filtration and absorption technologies specialising in providing environmental services. Issue price 10p. Admission in late May | Tiso Blackstar Group—Schedule 1 update. Media, entertainment and marketing solutions group/ £160m mkt cap. Admission only. Expected late June | Flying Brands (FBDU.L)—Prospectus approved by FCA. RTO of Stone Checker Software, supplier of technology solutions in the field of kidney stone analysis and prevention. Has raised £550k at 3p. Subject to GM on 15 June | AEW UK Long Lease REIT—Intention to Float. Up to £150m raise. Admission early June. UK specialist and alternative property | Alfa Financial Software –Intention to float. Mission-critical software platform purpose-built for asset finance enterprises. Vendor sale of 25% plus. FYDec16 rev £73.3m (CAGR of 24% from 2012). Adjusted EBIT £32.8m | Kuwait Energy— $150m raise plus vendor offer. Admission due June. 2p reserves 810.0 mmboe | ADES International— Provider of offshore and onshore oil and gas drilling and production services in the Middle East and Africa, seeking raise up to $170m plus vendor sale under a Standard Listing of the Main Market. Admission due May 2017 | Tufton Oceanic Assets– Extended to 9 May on specialist funds segment of Main Market to enable further due diligence | PRS REIT—Private rental sector REIT raising up to £250m. Admission due 31 May

  • 22 May 17
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"Big sigh of relief, even if traders know very major uncertainties remain! Turning higher early in the session, US stocks managed a somewhat half-hearted rebound Thursday evening, with the NASDAQ leading the way, having notched up their worst losses for several months across all three principal indices. Bargain hunters were in evidence amongst those who still believe President Trump can and will deliver on his ambitious, reflationary, tax cutting and deregulatory agenda, taking confidence from the appointment of former FBI Director Robert Mueller to serve as Special Counsel to oversee an investigation into Russian meddling in last year's presidential election. Hard hit semiconductor and trucking stocks reversed part of yesterday's losses, with the S&P500's technology sector rising 0.6% despite Cisco tumbling over 7% on disappointing quarterly revenues, while the recently surging NYSE Arca Gold BUGS index gave back 2.4% as prices for June delivery for the precious metal slipped US$4.80 by mid-session. The overall rebound was supported by releases of upbeat economic data, however, with the Labor Department reporting another unexpected drop in initial jobless claims in the week ended May 13th and the Philadelphia Federal Reserve's regional manufacturing activity index unexpectedly expanding at a faster pace during the month of May, while the Conference Board's index of leading economic indicators rose by 0.3% in April as expected. In commodities trading, however, crude oil futures weakened during the US session to slip US$0.61 to US$48.46 a barrel after climbing USD0.41 to USD49.07 a barrel on Wednesday, before rebounding this morning, while base metal prices like copper did similarly. Asia ended mixed, however with the ASX again underperforming the region as stocks continue to be pressured by the PM's proposed bank tax on the nation's biggest banks and nervous commodities, pushing the headline index down about 2% on the week, its worst loss since October. The Nikkei tracked the US$ rebound, while the two main Chinese equities traded modestly in opposite directions. Yesterday's European session, saw the major markets retraced their early weakness following the US open. The FTSE100 closed down just 0.89%, well off its intraday low, having gleaned confidence from the reported recovery in UK retail sales which expended at a faster than expected pace in April; both Burberry Group (BRBY.L) and Royal Mail (RMG.L) found good support following positive news releases, while retrenching oils, minerals and property stocks are expected to recover modestly on today's opening. The pan-European STOXX 600 trimmed 0.5% on Thursday, with the CAC 40 losing 0.53% as the Xetra DAX dipped a more modest 0.33%. Amongst macro releases for today, the UK is expected to produce its CBI Industrial Trends Survey for May, while the EU offers its March Current Account data followed later by its May Consumer Confidence Preliminaries. The US is only scheduled to contribute its Baker Hughes US Oil Rig Count, although speeches are anticipated from the Fed's James Bullard and John Williams. UK corporates expected to publish earnings or trading updates include Hikma Pharmaceuticals (HIK.L), Future (FUTR.L), Close Brothers Group (CBG.L) and Moss Bros (MOSB.L). Equities in London appear willing to participate in the rebound this morning, with the FTSE-100 expected to rise around 25 points in early trading, although investors will clearly remain touch-sensitive on any new headlines from Capitol Hill. Evidence is being demanded following Trump's denial that he asked Comey to end the probe into Flynn's Russian connections, while the significance of his administration's overnight announcement regarding intent to renegotiate US's participation in NAFTA needs to be closely examined."

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