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Date Updated: 5/22/2017 8:36:28 AM


·         S&P +0.7%, opened positive and held in busy session – but never in touch with record high.

·         Resources bounced as commodities held gains with soft USD underpin. Best day in 3 weeks for Freeport +4% & Caterpillar +2%.   

·         Oil majors added index points as Brent rallied another buck to make it $5 in a week-&-half. Chevron was Dow’s 4th biggest points contributor.

·         But big picture no change. Yield curve remained flat - rooted to 6-month lows – at ned of bruising week for Trump. Republican party’s Lindsey Graham may have spoken for his peers when he chimed; “A lot of us are glad he’s leaving [for Saudi Arabia & Israel] for a few days”.


·         Asia ok. China ‘unch’, but Hong Kong +1%, around a 2-year high with another record from Tencent +2.8% (at HKD276) – now up seven percent since nos.

·         Australia +0.7%, mostly about resources. But it’s mostly catch-up; BHP +1.7% & Rio +3.4%, indicate little better than flat London open.  


·         Expect AllShare +0.25%. From SA close Fri, gold unch ($1253), plat -$6 ($936), copper unch ($2.57/lb), oil +0.7% ($53.95), iron futures -1.2%, USDZAR unch (13.23), S&P unch.

·         PFG: H1 adj hEPS -47% vs guided range 44%-49%, anticipates “improvement” in H2 (on raisin supply, lower maize & beverage costs, and Aeroton bakery & Weetbix capacity), but weak result from Essential Foods and margin drag from maize in these nos may disappoint.  

·         NPN rump currently marking another record low, and although it should moderate when JSE opens, it will probably recover to little better than –R700.  We continue to believe value will eventually unlock from unlisted internet assets, but investor frustration is likely to grow, and as it plumbs new lows we’re likely to see more synthetic rump plays stop out.


·         (quiet)

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