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The Week Ahead: US fallout, Persimmon, Flutter, Burberry

6th November 2020 13:56

Richard Hunter from interactive investor


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After a strong week for many stocks, our head of markets analyses the US election and looks at upcoming corporate results.

Monday 9 November

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Kosmos Energy, Totally, Dignity, On The Beach Group


Tuesday 10 November

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Signature Aviation, DCC, Oxford Instruments, Premier Foods, Direct Line Insurance, Land Securities, Persimmon, Renewi, Meggitt, Electrocomponents, Manolete Partners


Pacific Horizon Investment Trust, Harvest Minerals, Mid Wynd International Investment Trust

Wednesday 11 November

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Great Portland Estates, Coca-Cola HBC, Flutter Entertainment, Renold, JD Wetherspoon, Workspace Group, Taylor Wimpey, McCarthy & Stone, Braemar Shipping Services


Rank Group, Supermarket Income REIT, ThinkSmart, InnovaDerma

Thursday 12 November

Companies scheduled to begin trading without the right to the latest dividend include Royal Dutch Shell (LSE:RDSB), Sainsbury's (LSE:SBRY) (includes bonus dividend) and Ferguson (LSE:FERG).

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B&M European Value Retail, Enteq Upstream, Picton Property Income, Vesuvius, WH Smith, Devro, Aston Martin Lagonda, Spirent Communications, Arrow Global Group, ITV, OneSavings Bank, Mediclinic International, Burberry Group, QinetiQ, Young & Co's Brewery, National Grid, Premier Oil, Vistry, Volex, Regional REIT, Norcros, 3i Group


James Halstead, Ricardo

Friday 13 November

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Byotrol, Galliford Try, Hays, DFS Furniture

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