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The Week Ahead: US election, M&S, Sainsbury’s

30th October 2020 12:18

Richard Hunter from interactive investor


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Will it be four more years of Trump, or will Joe Biden be the 46th US president? Our head of markets looks at the US election and upcoming corporate results.  

Monday 2 November

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Hiscox, Ryanair Holdings


Manchester & London Investment Trust

Tuesday 3 November

US election day

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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

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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.

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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

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Beazley, Coca-Cola European Partners


Adriatic Metals, Redrow 

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