Friday Email: 28 April 2017
Every Friday morning our lead analyst Mark Riding sends out his weekly run-down and upcoming events in the investor calendar, like this one:
The FTSE 100 has had a good week bolstered by the first round of French election voting. It is trading up approximately 130 points on the week.
The past week has seen quiet on the corporate front. Walker Greenbank announced a 25% increase in its final dividend.
The week ahead is also quiet with only a handful of companies reporting. There are, as in the past few weeks a large number of companies going ex-dividend this week. The largest payouts come from Mortgage Advice Bureau, SThree, McColls and Stock Spirits Group.
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The more sharp-eyed of our members may have noticed our new logo which we launched this week. This is both part of a short-term re-design of our site and a longer-term development in our overall offering over the coming weeks and months.
We’re thrilled to have now reached over 8,000 subscribers to this weekly digest mail, and we have a number of exciting developments planned.
The Friday email is delivered to over 20,000 subscriber’s every week, and remains a widely read run-down of recent events and what investors can expect in the week ahead written by our chief analyst Mark Riding.
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Read next: 21 April 2017
The past week saw the FTSE 100 drop over 200 points as the markets reacted to the strength of the pound following the election announcement.
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