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Explore the most viewed and latest equity research and media content for companies within the Discretionary Retail sector. Stocks in this sector include those who specialise in: clothes & apparel, multiservice retail, and home improvement / DIY etc.

Discretionary Retail equity research

Explore the most viewed and latest equity research and media content for companies within the Discretionary Retail sector. Stocks in this sector include those who specialise in: clothes & apparel, multiservice retail, and home improvement / DIY etc.

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"You can't keep a good market down. Despite its long list of woes, ranging from the IMF's growth forecast downgrade, the Senate delaying the Healthcare Bill, the second global Cyber Attack and Google's EU fine, US equities yesterday were firm from the start, recouping losses on Tuesday which saw the Dow Jones suffered its biggest drop in more than a month, to finish with all three-major average closing near the session's highs. They even shrugged off a National Association of Realtors report showing pending home sales in the US unexpectedly decreased for the third consecutive month in May, which is the latest in a long list of data that suggests US economic momentum is finally slipping. The Nasdaq led the way once again, with most giant tech stocks bouncing while its biotech index was also sharply up. In the wider market, Steel was an outstanding sector, driving the NYSE Arca Index up by 3.9% on hopes the White House will soon impose penalties on countries dumping in the US; Financials were also boosted following the Fed's approval of 34 banks' capital plans, which is now expected to release capital for higher dividend payouts; elsewhere Trucking and Housing saw strength, moving higher along with most of the other major sectors, while also Oils benefitted from an EIA reported detailing a sizeable weekly stock decline. Sceptical analysts, however, pointed out that any output decline was probably more the result of Tropical Storm Cindy which knocked out activity in the Gulf of Mexico last week, but has since come back on stream. Treasuries meanwhile continued to see modest weakness, taking the benchmark ten-year yield up by 3 basis points at 2.228%. Asia celebrated the US market performance, putting in convincingly gains across all its regional bourses. Australia's S&P/ASX 200 advanced over 0.9%, building on Wednesday its largest one-day gain in two weeks, with its banks amongst the best performers. Elsewhere, the Hang Seng was powered by demand for HSBC (HSBA.L) and Standard Chartered (STAN.L). The Nikkei gave back some of its early strength due to a firming Yen, while US tech advances boosted the demand for the heavily weighted South Korean KOSPI index. This optimistic mood was not shared during yesterday's European session, however, with Eurozone markets pulled down by a strong Euro, as it headed for its highest level in a year on traders interpreting Tuesday's ECB President's speech as paving the way for a scaling back of monetary stimulus, even if most still consider tapering itself is unlikely to commence before Q1'2018. Picking up the mood from Tuesday's falling overnight markets, the STOXX Europe 600 opened sharply down with techs, utilities and basic materials under most pressure. The surprise US rally, however, rebuilt confidence sufficient for the Index to eventually claw its way back to unchanged, led by recoveries in the FTSE MIB and IBEX 35, although the DAX and CAC-40 still closed with modest losses. The mood in London deteriorated once again as the Bank of England echoed its continental peer by hinting at a reduction in monetary stimulus. Sparking a 1% rise in Sterling by noting "some removal of monetary stimulus is likely to become necessary", the Governor also made it clear that economic conditions need to improve first. With lower oil prices seen taking the sting out of inflation figures, most traders still consider he will continue to do his utmost to defer such a move into 2018. UK macro data due today includes May Consumer Credit, Mortgage Approvals, and M4 Money Supply; traders will also be listening out for feedback from today's BBA Annual Retail Banking Conference, which lists senior speakers from both Government, BoE and FCA. The EU offers June Services Sentiment, Consumer and Industrial Confidence, Economic Sentiment Index and Business Climate data. The US will detail weekly Initial Jobless, Q1 GDP and Personal Consumption Expenditures, while the Fed's James Bullard is due to make a speech. UK corporates due to release earnings or trading statements include DS Smith (SMDS.L), Purplebricks (PURP.L), JD Sports (JD..L), Greene King (GNK.L), John Wood (WG..L) and John Laing (JLG.L). Theresa May's meeting with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin today ahead of the G20 summit in Hamburg may also provide some interesting Brexit soundbites, ahead of which London equities are seen simply riding on the back of the overnight markets. The FTSE-100 is seen rising 35-plus points during this morning's early trading."

  • 29 Jun 17
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AnimalCare—RTO of Ecuphar NV, a European animal health company. £30m raise. Ecuphar FY16 rev £68.4m, underlying EBITDA £8.9m. Due 13 July.| Angling Direct -Schedule 1 from the specialist fishing tackle retailer in the UK . Offer TBA. Expected mid July. | NEXUS Infrastructure—Offer TBA. Provider of essential infrastructure services to the UK housebuilding and commercial sectors. Expected 11 July. FYSep16 rev £135.7m. | Tatton Asset Management –Sch 1. Provider if services to FCA authorized financial advisers. Raising £10m at 156p. Secondary offer £41.6m. Due 6 July. | GYG—Intention to float by the superyacht painting, supply and maintenance company. Due 5 July. Raising £6.9m new plus vendor sale of £21.5m at 100p. Mkt Cap c. £47m. Revenue of €54.6m in FY16 and adjusted EBITDA of €6.7m. | Greencoat Renewables - Schedule 1. Targeting a portfolio of operating renewable electricity generation assets, initially investing in wind generation assets in Ireland. Offer TBC. Due Mid July. | FFI Holdings— Specialist in the provision of completion contracts to the entertainment industry for films, television, mini-series and streaming product. Raising £59m at 150p. Expected 30 June. | QUIZ— Omni-channel fast fashion womenswear Company intention to float. Due July 2017. Offer TBA | Ethernity Networks—Schedule 1 from Israeli based specialist in data processing technology used in high end carrier ethernet applications across the telecom, mobile, security and data centre markets. Expected 29 June. Raising £15m at 140p. Mkt Cap £45.5m. | Jangada Mines—Sch 1 advanced stage PGM exploration project containing what the Directors understand to be the largest PGM resource, and only pre-development PGM project, in South America. Raising £2.25m. Mkt Cap £9.9m. Expected 29 June. | Phoenix Global Mining— US Brown field copper play. Expected late June. Offer TBA | I3 Energy –Schedule 1. Independent oil and gas company with assets and operations in the UK. Offer TBC, 7 June admission. | Verditek— Sch 1 update. The Company's subsidiaries will be involved in advanced solar photovoltaic, filtration and absorption technologies specialising in providing environmental services. Issue price 10p. Admission late June | Hipgnosis Songs Fund investment company offering pure-play exposure to Songs and associated musical intellectual property rights. Prospectus yet to be published. | Impact Investment Trust—Exposure to a diversified portfolio of funds providing SMEs across developing economies with the growth capital they need to have a positive impact on the lives of the world's poorer populations. Raising up to $150m at $1.00 | Residential Secure Income - social housing REIT raising up to £300m Admission due c.12 July. | Curzon Energy—Report on Proactive Investors of intended LSE float this year with acquisition of coal bed methane assets in Oregon. Looking to raise £3m plus. | NLB Group—financial and banking institution based in Slovenia, with a network of 356 branches. Seeking Ljubliana Stock Exchange listing with GDRs on the LSE. Expected mid June. | Kuwait Energy— $150m raise plus vendor offer. Admission due June. 2p reserves 810.0 mmboe | Supermarket Income REIT– Up to £200m raise to acquire a diversified portfolio of supermarket real estate assets in the UK, providing long-term RPI-linked income. Due 21 July.

  • 28 Jun 17
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