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The Week Ahead: Reckitt, Unilever, Netflix, Tesla, Barclays

16th October 2020 13:52

Richard Hunter from interactive investor


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After a mixed week, our head of markets looks to FTSE 100 updates, plus big US tech stocks.

Monday 19 October

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Record, Tristel


City of London Investment Group, Mattioli Woods

Tuesday 20 October

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Transense Technologies, Bellway, Softcat, TP Group, Gamesys Group, IntegraFin Holdings, McBride, Reckitt Benckiser, RWS Holdings


NCC Group, Thor Mining, 1PM

Wednesday 21 October

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Centamin, Quilter, Antofagasta, Fresnillo, SEGRO, William Hill, Metro Bank


Alumasc, Duke Royalty, Frontier Developments, DWF Group, Standard Life UK Smaller Companies Trust

Thursday 22 October

Companies scheduled to begin trading without the right to the latest dividend include BAE Systems (LSE:BA.), Smiths Group (LSE:SMIN), Tritax Big Box (LSE:BBOX) and Synthomer (LSE:SYNT)

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Secure Trust Bank, Aveva Group, AJ Bell, Polymetal International, RELX, Anglo American, Trifast, Rentokil Initial, National Express, Unilever, Renishaw,


Hargreaves Services, FRP Advisory Group, Superdry, MobilityOne, City of London Investment Trust

Friday 23 October

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Essentra, Airtel Africa, Barclays, London Stock Exchange Group


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