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Next blamed colder weather in March and April which hit demand for clothing.
"We believe it is unlikely (but possible) that sales will deteriorate further, and we have seen a significant improvement over the last few days as temperatures have risen," the company said.|
|the AGM is at 2pm today, you nned to register to watch it live at :
|RBS now falls.
|RBS now rises.|
|FTSE fallen through a technical point and now tumbles further.|
|Doh .... GLEN -2.5%|
|David Buik tweets
opening calls - FTSE -5 - GLENCORE +3%, BA +1/2%, NEXT - 2%, IMB UNCH, SAINSBURY’S-1%, ROYAL DUTCH +1%, IMMUNUPHARMA UNCH|
|FTSE set to open lower
The FTSE 100 is expected to fall further, according to financial websites, with yesterday's downturn across European markets dragging Wall St. lower overnight and extending to Asia this morning, amid ongoing fears over the global economy and weakening commodity prices.
US & ASIA
In the US last night, the Dow fell 140.25 points to close at 17,750.91, the Nasdaq drifted 54.37 points south to 4,763.22 and the S&P 500 slipped 18.06 points lower to 2,063.37.
In Asia today, the Hang Seng was recently down 216.02 points at 20,460.92, while the Nikkei remains closed.
WTI crude oil traded at $43.7 a barrel and Brent at $44.94.
Gold settled at $1,281.16 an ounce.
On a busy corporate news day, trading statements are due from Carillion, Direct Line Insurance, Glencore, Intu Properties, International Personal Finance, Next, Paddy Power Betfair and Virgin Money.
Interim results are expected from Direct Line Insurance, Imperial Brands, Livanova, Royal Dutch Shell and Randgold Resources and final results are due from Avon Rubber, Beximco Pharmaceuticals, ImmuPharma, Sainsbury's, 1Spatial and Venture Life Group.
In addition, shareholder meetings are set to be held by Amerisur Resources, Aviva, BAE Systems, Audioboom, Dairy Farm International, Intu Properties, International Personal Finance, Lancashire Holdings, Mandarin Oriental International, Ocado, Royal Bank of Scotland Group, Spirent Communications, Standard Chartered, St James's Place, The Renewables Infrastructure Group and Virgin Money.
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|What a piece of dung this stock is.|
|Thanks gcom.Wouldn't it be nice if it came in less than what they have provided for !Some hope.|
|Italy's Supreme Court rules that stealing food out of necessity is not a crime.|
|The AGM will be held on Wednesday, 4 May 2016 at 2.00pm at the RBS Conference Centre, RBS Gogarburn, Edinburgh EH12 1HQ.|
|where and when is the shareholder meeting?|
|A quick news search finds £4.5bn provisioned for the us rates swaps, and 2bn PPI.
And I've only gone back as far as Jan 2014.|
|220p (22p). Back to 2009 Q1 levels.|
|I will try to find out tfergi and post here in a day or two.|
|Gcom - I remembered reading 2.5 billion had been put aside but don't quote me.Wont help much if it's 8 billion as some analysts have suggested|
|Now world QE has failed the real economy and simply smashed asset prices up. What next? More failure?|
|UK manufacturing PMI falls below 50.|
|I think it is just because the UK is a soft touch with no sentries on duty.
What was once a cheeky stab down by a few chancers has now become embedded as a virtual ATM, and they do it every single day regardless of macro's or any global factors.
Big UK funds must be complicit and I think everyone gets a little slice bar investors.
Brexit is just the latest in a never ending line of 'reasons' for a dreadful market performance.|