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Friday Email: 10 November 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 down week falling about 90 points.

The past week has seen decent dividend increases from workspace (up 30%) and Vedanta resources (up 20%). Imperial brands increased its dividend by the usual 10% and Associated British foods produced its first double digit full year increase in four years (11.6%). Auto Trader increased its dividend by 11.7%.

The week ahead gets busy with plenty of companies that we cover reporting to the market. Going ex on Thursday for a yield of over 2% from the single dividend we have Marks & Spencer (2.1%) and Vedanta Resources who declared this morning for 2.1%. Please note that Gattaca announced the amount of their dividend earlier this week (17p), but have so far not released the ex-dividend date or payment date and so it remains flagged as an estimate in DividendMax. The yield from the single dividend is 5.5%.

New into DividendMax this week at the request of members we have Fevertree Drinks and Emis Group

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