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The Week Ahead: a US return and FTSE 100 reshuffle

27th November 2020 12:27

Richard Hunter from interactive investor


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Despite a quiet week for corporate results, our head of markets names some key events to watch closely. 

Monday 30 November

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discoverIE Group, Vivo Energy, Omega Diagnostics, CentralNic, Victoria, Draper Esprit, Panoply Holdings, Civitas Social Housing, Accsys Technologies


Europa Metals, Advance Energy, Seeing Machines, Pensana Rare Earths, OPG Power Ventures, Henderson Alternative Strategies Trust

Tuesday 1 December

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Sosandar, Gooch & Housego, Iomart Group, Mercia Asset Management, Topps Tiles, Urban&Civic, Hyve Group


Myanmar Strategic Holdings, Aeorema Communications

Wednesday 2 December

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Avon Rubber, IXICO, Loungers


Kingswood Holdings, Target Healthcare REIT, Gunsynd, Rambler Metals & Mining

Thursday 3 December

Companies scheduled to begin trading without the right to the latest dividend include Bunzl, Hill & Smith, YouGov, Big Yellow and Daily Mail & General Trust.

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Countryside Properties, AJ Bell, Oxford Metrics, Go-Ahead, CareTech Holdings, Tritax EuroBox, Marlowe, Clipper Logistics


Nanoco Group, Marwyn Value Investors, B&M European Value Retail, MJ Gleeson, Ormonde Mining, Ferguson, Ceiba Investments, STV Group

Friday 4 December

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Abcam, Auctus Growth, Warehouse Reit



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