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Monday 2 November
Hiscox, Ryanair Holdings
Manchester & London Investment Trust
Tuesday 3 November
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Associated British Foods, Genel Energy, IWG, UP Global Sourcing, DS Smith, Warehouse REIT, Cap-XX, Senior
KCR Residential REIT
Wednesday 4 November
Stobart Group, Gattaca, Marks & Spencer, Provident Financial, Morgan Sindall, Smurfit Kappa
GCP Student Living, Investment Co, Wilmington
Thursday 5 November
Companies scheduled to begin trading without the right to the latest dividend include BP, Bloomsbury Publishing, Softcat and Dechra Pharmaceuticals.
Trainline, Wizz Air, Amryt Pharma, Brown (N), RDI REIT, AstraZeneca, TI Fluid Systems, Derwent London, Superdry, IMI, Lancashire Holdings, J Sainsbury, RSA Insurance Group, Tate & Lyle, Auto Trader, Hikma Pharmaceuticals, Howden Joinery, Inchcape, Aveva Group, Biffa, Wincanton, DWF Group, Bowleven, Kin & Carta
Arc Minerals, Panthera Resources, PCI-PAL
Friday 6 November
Beazley, Coca-Cola European Partners
Adriatic Metals, Redrow
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