The Week Ahead: Ferguson, Daily Mail, DS Smith

by Richard Hunter from interactive investor |

Concerns around the US, China and Hong Kong persist, and election fever will crank up a notch or two in the UK. US non-farm payrolls are also keenly awaited. And, as the corporate calendar winds down for Christmas, our head of markets talks us through US non-farm payrolls and what to look for in updates from these three big names.

Monday 2 December

Trading Statements

W Resources, Yourgene Health, Fusion Antibodies

AGM/EGM 

UK Mortgages

Tuesday 3 December

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Ferguson, Tekmar Group, Consort Medical, Solid State, Oxford Metrics

AGM/EGM 

Greatland Gold

Wednesday 4 December

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SDCL Energy Efficiency Income Trust, Loungers, Stock Spirits, IXICO, Impax Asset Management

AGM/EGM

Ceres Power

Thursday 5 December

Stocks that begin trading without rights to the latest dividend include YouGov (LSE:YOU), Next (LSE:NXT), Alliance Trust (LSE:ATST), DFS Furniture (LSE:DFS), Halfords (LSE:HFD)

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Joules Group, IG Group, Smith (DS), Victrex, Daily Mail and General Trust

AGM/EGM

Sabien Technology, VinaCapital Vietnam Opp Fund, Ruffer Investment Company, Gleeson (M J), BATM Advanced Communications

Friday 6 December

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Berkeley Group Holdings

AGM/EGM

Gfinity, James Halstead

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