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The Week Ahead: Brexit, banks and Dixons Carphone

11th December 2020 12:39

Richard Hunter from interactive investor


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Our head of markets rounds up the week and names the company results and big events to watch closely in the days ahead.

Monday 14 December

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SThree, Hollywood Bowl, Tungsten Corporation


River & Mercantile Group, Kibo Energy, Celtic, Proactis Holdings

Tuesday 15 December

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Driver Group, Shaftesbury, SSP Group, Purplebricks, Chemring, IG Group, Ramsdens


Blancco Technology, Sareum Holdings, Mirriad Advertising

Wednesday 16 December

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FRP Advisory Group, Dixons Carphone, Finsbury Growth & Income Trust, Petrofac, Real Good Food


Oilex, Orosur Mining, EQTEC, Ncondezi Energy, United Carpets

Thursday 17 December

Companies scheduled to begin trading without the right to the latest dividend include Vodafone, Games Workshop and British American Tobacco.

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Watches of Switzerland, Jersey Electricity, IntegraFin, Hunting, Serco, Revolution Bars


Countryside Properties, Kier Group, JD Wetherspoon, Amiad Water Systems, SolGold, Frontier IP Group, Netcall, Falanx Group, BATM Advanced Communications, Transense Technologies, Ovoca Bio, European Metals, Griffin Mining, Petra Diamonds, Focusrite

Friday 18 December

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Nothing in the diary yet


Playtech, Petroneft Resources

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