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Accendo Press Quotes – Week Ending 31 March

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29 Mar Digital Look “Impressive macroeconomic data and a crude oil recovery saw US equity markets rally across the board as Trump policy uncertainty was made an afterthought for investors,” said Mike Van Dulken, Head of Research at Accendo Markets. http://www.digitallook.com/news/market-report-europe/europe-open-stocks-track-strong-gains-on-wall-street–2596474.html 28 Mar Bloomberg Enthusiasm is petering out ahead of the U.K.’s announced triggering of…

Wolseley: FergUS-on, Nordic-off

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Shares in Plumbing and Building merchant Wolseley (WOS) are top of the FTSE100 this morning after consensus-beating H1 results, a 10% dividend hike and strategic Nordic exit to focus on the key US market. Like-for like/organic group sales +3.2% is solid, helped by a Q2 acceleration in both the US and UK. Group revenues +6.7%…

Accendo’s Foreign Exchange Forecasts, Monday 27 March

Macro observations With 9 months now passed since the UK’s referendum on EU membership, this week we will finally see the UK government officially notify the EU of its wish to leave the bloc, culminating in the triggering of Article 50 and the point of no return. While the announcement in itself is likely to…

FTSE: Typical risk-off response

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This morning sees the FTSE100 blue-chips deliver a standard response to Trump trade concerns; losses for risk-asset names like Miners (GLEN, RIO, BHP), Oil (RDS, BP) and Banks (LLOY, HSBC, BARC) easily outweighing gains for the safe haven precious metals miners (FRES, RRS). The index’s test of key support going back not just to the…

Next please!

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This week’s FTSE100 winner is retailer Next (NXT), its shares putting on a whopping 6.8% to deliver a bullish break from a 2-month sideways channel (£38-£40). This helped them outperform blue-chip peers by more than 3% in a week in which the index itself fell over 1% from record highs. What has investors excited in…

Will you be trading Trump on Monday morning?

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Many people are touting Article 50 to be the big market mover next week. They might just be wrong. On Monday morning, we’ll have the market reaction to the first major legislative vote for the young Trump administration in the US. You may be forgiven for thinking that an event all the way across the Atlantic might not have…

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