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Monday 3 February 2020
Ryanair, K3 Capital, Porvair
Tuesday 4 February
BP, Micro Focus International, Glencore, Electrocomponents, St Modwen, Mattioli Woods, Alumasc, Genedrive, RM, Scottish American Investment Co
Wednesday 5 February
Smurfit Kappa, GlaxoSmithKline, Frontier Developments, Barratt Developments, Redrow, Domino's Pizza Group, Vodafone
Ten Lifestyle Group
Thursday 6 February
Stocks that begin trading without rights to the latest dividend include Sage Group, PayPoint, Motorpoint, Treatt and NCC Group.
Supermarket Income REIT, Filtronic
Friday 7 February
US non-farm payrolls will give a good indication of the health of the American jobs market in January.
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