Stocks on the go: ITV up 9.6%, Hargreaves Lansdown down 4.4%
Shares in ITV rose 9.6% after a report by the Financial Times that it may sell a stake in production arm ITV Studios.
ITV Studios is one of the largest producers of programs in Europe and some analysts estimate it could be worth more than the 2.5 billion pounds ($2.82 billion) market value of its parent company.
British investment platform Hargreaves Lansdown fell 4.4% after slowing earnings reports and news of CEO Chris Hill’s resignation. The company reported a decline in assets under management during the first quarter of fiscal year 2023.
The organization has also been hit with a multi-million pound lawsuit over the failure of one of its former fund managers, Neil Woodford.
– Hannah Ward Glinton
UK government bond yields fall before the financial statement
The yields of British long-term government bonds, known as government bonds, plummeted Before the financial statement New Finance Minister Jeremy Hunt is expected later today.
The 10-year Treasury yield was down 19 basis points to trade around 4.129%.
The yield on 20-year Treasuries fell by about 15 basis points when the market opened, while the yields on index-linked gold bonds for 30 years were down by about 17 basis points.
Yields on 5-year and 2-year US Treasuries also fell on Monday.
– Hannah Ward Glinton
The British pound rose after political setbacks
The British pound rose on Monday morning in Asia after further policy reversals by the British government late last week. The pound was last up 0.56% to $1.1233.
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– Weezin Tan
China’s central bank leaves medium-term interest rates unchanged
The People’s Bank of China has rolled over its Medium Term Lending Facility (MLF) loans and kept the interest rate unchanged at 2.75%, according to statement on its website.
The central bank announced that it would keep the interest rate unchanged for a year for the second month and inject 500 billion yuan ($70 billion) through the multilateral fund.
A Reuters poll predicted no change in the fund’s rate and a partial extension of loans from the central bank.
– Jie Lee
CNBC Pro: As market volatility continues, Wall Street analysts say sell these stocks
Stocks around the world have taken a hit this year, and major indices remain deep in negative territory.
As investors weigh whether to sell or continue to invest, CNBC Pro examined nearly 1,500 large and mid-size global stocks and found a number of top companies with sell or underweight ratings.
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– Ganesh Rao
European Markets: Here are the opening calls
European markets are heading to a lower open on Monday as investors survey the deteriorating economic outlook.
The UK’s FTSE is expected to open 31 points lower at 6,819, the German DAX down 60 points at 12,377 and the French CAC down 29 points at 5,902, according to data from IG.
The lower opening in Europe comes amid a growing global sense of pessimism. Shares in the Asia Pacific region The area fell on Monday as recession fears weighed on sentiment.
Meanwhile, US stock futures rose early Monday as investors waited for big earnings reports to trade from American bank Monday, when Goldman Sachs The numbers will be released on Tuesday morning.
Last week, hotter than expected inflation reading The wild price volatility has stoked the markets as investors readjusted their expectations about the upcoming US Federal Reserve interest rate hike.
On the data front in Europe, the final inflation reading data for Italy is due in September.
– Holly Eliat
CNBC Pro: Morgan Stanley’s Mike Wilson notes major earnings risks — and mentions stocks to avoid
The US equity team at Morgan Stanley, led by Michelle Weaver and Mike Wilson, says there is a major risk to earnings on the horizon.
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– Xavier Ong
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