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Edison - UK Sparks: SSE Tumbles To 265m Interim Loss


Power group SSE has plunged into the red, announcing an interim pre-tax loss of £265m, compared to profits of £409m in the same period of last year.

The performance is due to a £497m operating loss in the group’s wholesale operations. Adjusted pre-tax profits fell 41% to £246m.

Chairman Richard Gillingwater says the results are “disappointing and regrettable”.

He says important changes are now being made to the way SSE manages its exposure to energy commodities.

The group says separately that it will create a new division called SSE Renewables for all its renewable energy assets in the UK and Ireland.

The division is expected to have assets of more than 4 gigawatts, subject to the possible sale of up to 50% of its stake in two Scottish wind farms.

SSE warned last week that a proposed merger of its SSE Energy Services household supply business with Npower may not go ahead.

Today, Gillingwater states that the commercial terms of the proposed combination are the subject of “ongoing discussions” and that the group still has the objective of creating a new independent energy supplier.

“The board believes that the best future for SSE Energy Services, including its customers and employees, lies outside the SSE group,” he adds.

Smiths Group says in a first-quarter trading update that it plans to separate its underperforming medical division from the rest of the group.

Trading revenues fell 1% with the group’s energy division partially offsetting a weaker performance from the medical unit.

Smiths says underlying growth for the full-year is still expected to match last year’s level.

It says it will provide further details of the medical spin-off at its interim results in March.

Regional airline operator Flybe Group has formally put itself up for sale.

The Exeter-based airline issued a profit warning last month, blaming falling demand, higher fuel costs and a weaker pound.

The group has appointed Evercore as financial adviser to assist with a review of strategic options.

Property group British Land has issued interim results showing a 15% drop in underlying profits to £198m. Net asset value per share fell 2.9% to 939p after a 4.5% decrease in the value of the company’s retail portfolio.

Chief executive Chris Grigg says: "We expect retail to remain challenging in both the occupier and investment markets as the impact of long-term structural change is compounded by short-term headwinds.”

Grainger, which owns 9,000 rental homes in Britain, has issued full-year results showing an 8% increase in net rental income to £43.8m.

And Workspace Group, which lets office, studio and industrial space to small and mid-sized businesses, has reported an 18% fall in interim profits to £102m.

The group says growth in trading profits was offset by a lower increase in property valuation and reduced profits from disposals.

- Andrew Cave

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Macro

GUOSEN Closing Bell (November 14)


MARKET

China market ended the two-day rally and SHCOMP dropped 0.85%. Market was expecting more economic stimulus after credit grew at its slowest pace on record last month and property sales contracted. Real Estate and Steel sectors led the gains, while Oil and Food& Beverage sector fell. Combined turnover for both markets was CNY 410.7 bn, down 9.78% dod.

 

 

Close

% Change

Vol (bn CNY)

%YTD

Shanghai

2632.24

-0.85

176.97

-20.41

Shenzhen

7908.55

-0.69

234.04

-28.37

CSI 300

3204.94

-1.00

105.39

-20.49

ChiNext

1385.73

-0.45

68.57

-20.94

 

Sector

Top 1

Led by

Top 2

Led by

Upward-leading

Real Estate

000573

Steel

601969

Downward-leading

Oil

002408

Beverage

000995

 

NEWS

*Kudlow Says U.S. and China Talking ‘At All Levels’ on Trade. The U.S. and China have resumed contact “at all levels” over trade ahead of a planned meeting between President Donald Trump and China’s Xi Jinping, White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said. (Bloomberg)

*Renren.com, the Facebook-style social network that fell out of fashion a few years ago, is even more of a ghost town now. Renren Inc. announced on Wednesday that its subsidiary has agreed to sell all assets of its formerly popular social media site, renren.com, for $20 million to Beijing Infinities Interactive Media. (Caixin)

 

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Macro

Eurex: Brexit Front and Centre


Morning Briefing November 14th 2018

Three releases to watch out for on Wednesday are the Q3 flash GDP estimate for Germany at 0700GMT, UK October CPI data at 0930GMT and the Q3 flash estimate for Euro Area GDP at 1000GMT.

GDP for Q2 in Germany was 0.5%. However, the MNI median points to Q3 showing negative growth in Germany at -0.1% q/q. This would be the lowest GDP q/q growth since Q1 2015. The q/q growth in Q4 2014 however was 1.0%.

BBK Board member Burkhard Balz at the Euro finance week conference in Frankfurt from 0815GMT. Fifteen minutes later, in Berlin, ECB Governing Council member Jens Weidmann speaks.

UK CPI moderated in September to 2.4%, whilst the core rate dropped to 1.9% from 2.1% previously. The MNI median anticipates a rise in the headline rate to 2.5%, however core CPI is expected to remain unchanged from September's reading.

Both BBK Board member Claudia Buch and Joachim Wuermeling speak regarding the Financial Stability Report 2018 in Frankfurt at 1000GMT. Thirty minutes later is BBK Board member Burkhard Balz continuing to speak at the Euro finance week in Frankfurt.

In line with the slowdown in Germany, Euro Area GDP is pencilled in for a Q3 decline to 0.2% q/q from 0.4% in Q2.

Over to the U.S. for two speeches at 1400GMT and 2200GMT. At 1400GMT is US Federal Reserve Vice-Chairman for Supervision Governor Randal Quarles to provide a semi-annual testimony to the House of Representatives Financial Services Committee. The final speech at 2200GMT is Dallas Federal Reserve Bank President Robert Kaplan and Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell discussing national and global economic issues.

Global Economic Trading Calendar

Markets

US TSYS: T-Notes edged back from the late NY/early Asia-Pacific highs, as positive reports re: Brexit matters seemingly being passed through the UK cabinet saw risk boosted in early dealing. BBG source reports noting that the U.S. is set to hold off on auto-tariffs for now also aided risk appetite early on. - Optimism has been curtailed by familiar questions surrounding a Brexit deal re: resistance from the UK opposition party, hard-line Conservative Brexiteers & the DUP, as well as a negative session for the majority of the major Asia-Pacific equity indices, with T-Notes now sitting in the middle of their tight overnight range as a result. - Cash yields are higher on the day, with the belly of the curve experiencing some marginal underperformance.

JGBS: JGB futures have continued to edge higher in the early part of the Tokyo afternoon, after the leg higher into the lunchbreak as the lead contract breached Tuesday's session high. Resistance noted at the July 23 high of 150.98. - The cash curve has witnessed some flattening. - The space looked through the latest GDP release.

AUSSIE BONDS: Bond futures trade around best levels, sticking to a tight range. The contracts moved back from session lows following the in line with exp. AU wage price index release, after edging lower ahead of the print. Wage growth accelerated at the fastest pace observed in 3-Years (in Y/Y terms), but some were looking for an upside surprise, highlighted by short dated put buying in recent sessions, with the contract covering today's data, as well as tomorrow's labour mkt report. Some small IB sellers were also noted ahead of the release.

STOCKS: Regional stocks have struggled for the majority of today's session, with the fall in crude & mixed Chinese data adding weight on the back of a negative lead from Wall St. BBG source reports noting that the U.S. is set to hold off on auto-tariffs for now also aided risk appetite early on, but there was little in the way of follow through. - Elsewhere Brexit optimism has been curtailed by familiar questions surrounding a Brexit deal re: resistance from the UK opposition party, hard-line Conservative Brexiteers & the DUP. - The Nikkei 225 leant on the auto sector on the back of the aforementioned BBG report, outperforming, adding 0.3% at writing. - Elsewhere the CSI 300 & Hang Seng struggled, both losing 0.1% in the morning session, perhaps struggling on the back of the soft Chinese lending metrics released after market on Tuesday. The ASX 200 was the underperformer shedding 1.5% as the energy sector struggled following the latest leg lower in crude. Materials and financials also found themselves near the bottom of the pile. U.S. index futures are marginally higher at writing.

OIL: Crude continues to struggle, with focus on a large liquidation late Monday and OPEC report pointing to slowing demand released Tuesday. - There is also some focus on large put exposures at today's WTI option opex.

GOLD: Gold had a brief foray below $1200 on Tuesday, but closed back above the level, last $1202/oz.

FOREX: Risk on flows drove early Asia-Pacific FX trade, on the back of renewed Brexit optimism & a BBG source story suggesting that the U.S. is set to hold off on auto-tariffs for now. - Sterling started on the front foot following reports suggesting the UK cabinet will back PM May & her Brexit deal later today. GBP/USD added ~60 pips at one point, but trades a mere 10 pips higher last, as enthusiasm was curbed by potential difficulties getting the deal through parliament. - USD/JPY edged higher, with the Nikkei 225 in the green for the majority of the session (albeit marginally), but the rate failed to breach Y114.00. - CAD remains limited by the slump in oil prices, with WTI trading on a $55 handle. - An in line print for AU wage data did little for AUD bulls.

Technical Analysis

BUND TECHS: (Z18) BULLS HOLD THE 160 LEVEL

Dec-18 Bund futures briefly traded below 160 yesterday before a strong rally allowed to contract to close at its daily highs, keeping the focus on the Oct 26 high at 160.90. A break above here would suggest a return to the Aug 17 peak at 161.30. Bears need to break back below 160 to target the 55-dma at 159.34, below which the downtrend would resume towards the Oct 22 low at 158.84.

EUROSTOXX50: ABOVE NOV 8 HIGH WOULD TRIGGER BULLISH REVERSAL

Eurostoxx50 recovered its 21-dma yesterday which allows bulls to to target the Nov 8 high at 3263.73. Above here would trigger an inverse head-and-shoulder pattern targeting the Sep 27 highs, above which the downtrend from the January high would come under threat. Bears continue to eye the Oct 26 low at 3090.85. Below here would extend the selloff towards up trendline support from the 2012 low which comes in around 3030.

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Technical Analysis

Tradable Patterns - GBPJPY Nearing 6 Month High Ahead of UK CPI Data


The GBPJPY bounced roughly 200 pips yesterday, rallying along with the other GBP pairs in my Watchlist ahead of today's UK CPI data release at 430am EST.  The GBPJPY is relatively more interesting today than my other Watchlist Pound pairs (i.e. GBPUSD, GBPAUD) given ongoing Yen weakness versus USD and AUD strength.  Significantly, the GBPJPY is nearing the September and October highs which coincide with a horizontal resistance line (on the weekly chart) that has held for 6 months.  Nevertheless, both the UK's CPI figure along with the US' at 830am EST could offer bulls an opportunity to go long lower in any initial post-data selloff.  The weekly, daily and 4hr RSI, Stochastics and MACD are bottomish, rallying or consolidating.  I am looking at entering long in the green zone (of the daily chart), targeting the red zone for Friday.  The amber/yellow zone is where I might place a stop if I was a swing trader (although in my personal account with which I seldom hold overnight I sometimes set my stops tighter).

 
 
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Futures

Blue Line Futures - FX Rundown


Euro (December)

Session close: Settled at 1.1298, up 27 ticks

Fundamentals: The Euro staged a bounce back as the U.S Dollar’s safe-haven demands dissipated amidst reports that the U.S and China have renewed early trade talks ahead of the G-20 Summit later this month. Further tailwinds for the Euro were seen from positive developments on the Brexit front and as support for Italy’s budget is s broadening. The British Pound surged at 9:30 am CT on reports of both sides agreeing to terms of a deal, now it is up to British Prime Minister May to sell it. As for Italy, they left all key points in their budget unchanged, but the Euro has yet to react to what was seen to be as negative news. However, it has gained traction with the German Finance Minister. Regular monitoring and reporting might be a crucial aspect to getting the deal done. Talks on all fronts will continue to develop and can quickly become a headwind for the Euro’s recovery. Data from the Eurozone was underwhelming; German ZEW Sentiment barely beat a very low set bar and the Eurozone read missed widely. Tomorrow is the most pivotal day of the week not only as budget and trade talks continue but because of U.S CPI and Fed Chair Powell. First, German GDP is due at 1:00 am CT and French and Spanish CPI are at 1:45 and 2:00 am. Eurozone Employment, Industrial Production and the second look at Q2 GDP are due at 4:00 am CT. U.S CPI is at 7:30 am CT, Fed Governor Quarles begins a two-day semi-annual Congressional testimony on banking at 9:00 am CT and Fed Chair Powell speaks at 5:00 pm CT.

Technicals: The Euro did stabilize today but it certainly does not mean that the coast is clear. Major three-star resistance comes in at ... Please sign up for a Free Trial at Blue Line Futures to view our entire technical outlook and proprietary bias and levels. 

 

 

Yen (December)

Session close: Settled at .8805, down 0.5 a tick

Fundamentals: The Yen’s rollercoaster session started with a sharp drop last night. Equity markets around the world stabilized on reports that U.S Treasury Secretary Mnuchin and China’s Vice Premier Liu restarted trade talks on Friday and the latter will be visiting Washington in the coming days. Though the news reduced the Dollar’s strength, it held back all safe-haven assets such as the Yen. Buyers came back to the table at the onset of U.S trading hours and as volatility picked up. The Yen traded in an unenthusiastic range of less than half a point. Tonight, GDP data from Japan is due at 5:50 pm CT and is followed by Industrial Production, Fixed Asset Investment, Retail Sales and the Unemployment Rate from China at 8:00 pm CT. Japan’s Industrial Production and Industry Activity data caps off the night at 10:30 pm CT.

Technicals: The Yen is attempting a bottoming pattern but today’s recovery failed shy of first key resistance at .... Please sign up for a Free Trial at Blue Line Futures to view our entire technical outlook and proprietary bias and levels. 

 

 

Aussie (December)

Session close: Settled at .7206 up 15

Fundamentals: Just about the only thing that could have saved such a negative technical picture yesterday did; reports on the U.S and China renewing trade talks and laying the groundwork ahead of the summit within the summit; where President Trump and President Xi will meet at the G-20 Summit later this month. While global sentiment was questionable, commodity prices and specifically Crude Oil were hit. Tonight, Wage Price Index is due from Australia at 5:30 pm CT. China is Australia’s number one trade partner, Industrial Production, Fixed Asset Investment, Retail Sales and the Unemployment Rate from China is due at 8:00 pm CT.

Technicals: Buoying yesterday’s weakness was also major three-star support at ... Please sign up for a Free Trial at Blue Line Futures to view our entire technical outlook and proprietary bias and levels. 

 

 

Canadian (December)

Session close: Settled at .75495 down 14 ticks

Fundamentals: Four straight days in the red is much better than Crude Oil’s twelve. The Crude complex and U.S Dollar strength has certainly pressured the Canadian lower. Traders want to keep an eye on overall risk-sentiment and continued positive developments with U.S and China trade and a potential option expiration bounce from Crude Oil would provide a tailwind for the Canadian. Ultimately, there is no data out of Canada tomorrow, that from China tonight and the U.S tomorrow will be critical.

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