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Explore the most viewed and latest equity research and media content for companies within the Staple Retail sector. Stocks in this sector provide goods and services in the food wholesale and drug retail industries.

Staple Retail equity research

Explore the most viewed and latest equity research and media content for companies within the Staple Retail sector. Stocks in this sector provide goods and services in the food wholesale and drug retail industries.

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With second quarter corporate earnings presently the principal driver of US equity sentiment, traders were taking not taking any big bets yesterday. The major averages closed mixed, with both the Dow Jones and S&P-500 fractionally in negative territory despite firm Financials, following disappointing existing home sales data and weak Oils while still smarting from Friday's disappointing reports from General Electric and EBAY; the NASDAQ by contrast held on to a modest gain as techs found buyers ahead of Alphabet's release post close. Emerging from the OPEC meeting, WTI crude prices advanced slightly for the first time in three sessions, up 0.6% to US$46.64 during the session, as news that Saudi Arabia had agreed to limit its exports to 6.6m bbl/day and Nigeria planned to restrict production emerged, although this move was not sufficient to significantly rally quoted oil majors in a market that traders believe still remains oversupplied. They also remain nervous ahead of Donald Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, facing a second day in front of the Senate Committee today; while he denied any "improper contacts" or colluding with Russia in an 11-page written statement, many believe his grilling simply adds further downward pressure on an already tumbling US$ which, in turn reflects of the President's declining credibility and inability to deliver on 'market friendly' campaign pledges. Diverting attention from politics, however, this week's slew of scheduled results includes Caterpillar, General Motors and McDonald's today, followed by Boeing, Coca-Cola, Facebook and Ford on Wednesday, before Twitter, Amazon and Intel report on Thursday. Alphabet itself produced more consensus-beating revenue and net income numbers late yesterday and although seemingly taking the EU's giant US$2.7bn fine in its stride, the shares still traded down 3% in the after-market on fears that rising traffic acquisition costs could slow ad revenues. The scheduled FOMC meeting that starts on Wednesday is not expected to light any fireworks; Janet Yellen's semi-annual testimony has already taken the heat out of any near-term rate move expectation although, as always, traders will scrutinise the accompanying statement for any hint of change to existing expectations of 'gradual tightening' given four consecutive months of dull inflation numbers. Having trended higher in recent sessions, Treasuries yesterday saw modest weakness, taking the yield on the benchmark ten-year notes up by 1.8 basis points to 2.250%. Asian markets were mostly mixed to fractionally down late in their early morning session on Tuesday. The S&P/ASX 200 stood out, however, staging a reasonable rebound boosted by Financials and Oils having been sharply down yesterday, while just about all other local bourses saw low volumes despite Monday's injection of liquidity from China's Central Bank. European stocks fell Monday, setback early on by the EU Composite PMI Index falling to a six-month low of 55.8 against expectations of 56.2. Shares of German auto makers were also all distinctly weaker following a report that Volkswagen had asked Europe's antitrust watchdog to investigate decades of coordination efforts by the country's manufacturers amid growing concern they might have jointly breached antitrust regulations. Although Financials ended firmer, Ryanair (RYA.L) results spurred another spate of Airline sector profit-taking as analysts raised concerns of looming industry overcapacity leading to more intense ticket pricing pressure. The STOXX Europe 600 was off 0.24%, with the Xetra Dax off 0.25% standing out as the region's biggest loser while the FTSE MIB rose by 0.59%. London's FTSE-100 ended off 1% under similar pressure from Airlines, Oils and Consumer stocks after giant Reckitt Benckiser (RB..L) reduced its annual net revenue target. The UK today releases its CBI Industrial Trends Survey for July, while MPC Member Andrew Haldane is also due to make a speech. Nothing is expected from the EU, but the US is due to provide a good batch of numbers, including its weekly Redbook Index, the S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices for May, the Richmond Fed Manufacturing Index for July and API Weekly Crude Oil Stock numbers. UK corporates due to report earnings or trading updates today include Provident Financial (PFG.L), Croda (CRDA.L), Fevertree Drinks (FEVR.L), Virgin Money (VM..L), Domino Pizza Group (DOM.L), and Fuller Smith & Turner (FSTA.L). Having been hit hard relative to its Continental peers yesterday and with Oils likely to recoup some of their losses as traders reflect on yesterday's OPEC announcement, London is likely to rebound somewhat this morning, with the FTSE-100 seen rising around 35 points in early trading.

  • 25 Jul 17
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ltus Strategies—African focused natural resource Company. Offer TBC. Expected Mid July. Harvey Nash Group— Provider of professional recruitment and offshore solutions moving to AIM from Main. No capital to be raised. Mkt Cap c. £57.8m. 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 . Raising £9m of which £7.4m new money. Mkt cap c. £27.4m. Due 13 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. 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. QUIZ— Omni-channel fast fashion womenswear Company intention to float. Due July 2017. Offer TBA I3 Energy –Schedule 1 Update. Independent oil and gas company with assets and operations in the UK. Offer TBC, Mid July 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 Rockpool Acquisitions—Northern Ireland based Company seeking strong NI acquisition with an international outlook. Raising £1.5m at 10p. Due 5 July. 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— has not been able to complete its initial public offering as announced in its Intention To Float of 3 May 2017. However, in light of positive feedback from potential investors, the Company remains committed to obtaining a London listing and continues to explore its options.

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