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Hargreaves Lansdown

The FTSE 350 next week - ITV, AstraZeneca and British American Tobacco
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No news or research item is a personal recommendation to deal. All investments can fall as well as rise in value so you could get back less than you invest. Next week is one of the busiest reporting weeks of the year. Results from domestic stocks will ...

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07/21/2017 09:55 AM


Forbes

These FTSE 350 Stocks Have Sunk In 2017. And There Are No Lifeboats In Sight
Forbes
Mutt-and-moggy specialist Pets At Home has been one of the FTSE 250's biggest losers in 2017. The share has shed 44% of its value since the turn of the year, and its fortunes are unlikely to improve any time soon as the economic pressure in Britain ...

07/19/2017 05:08 PM


Hargreaves Lansdown

The FTSE 350 next week - Unilever, Sports Direct & Royal Mail
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No news or research item is a personal recommendation to deal. All investments can fall as well as rise in value so you could get back less than you invest. Next week marks the start of the City's busy summer reporting season. So, while youngsters up ...
Mike Ashley swoops on 25% stake in troubled Game DigitalSky News
Judge says Mike Ashley case is 'a lot more interesting' than othersThe Guardian

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07/14/2017 10:39 AM


Personnel Today

Number of women in FTSE 350 board pipeline stagnates | ICAEW ...
economia
It found that there has been no progress over the last year in the number of women on executive committees which are the pipeline of talent to the board.
UK push for gender diversity on corporate boards stalls, new study ...The Independent
Biggest listed firms in UK show fall in gender diversity over past year ...Belfast Telegraph
Percentage of women on executive committees stagnatesPersonnel Today
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07/10/2017 12:54 PM


Hargreaves Lansdown

The FTSE 350 next week - GoCompare.com, Marks & Spencer and ...
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We take a look at what to expect from a selection of the FTSE 350 companies reporting next week.

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07/07/2017 12:51 PM


Employee Benefits

FTSE 350 defined benefit pension deficit drops to £131bn
Employee Benefits
The accounting deficit of defined benefit (DB) pension schemes for the UK's largest 350 organisations fell from £134 billion at the end of May 2017 to £131 ...
Companies' ability to fulfil pensions at its lowest level since recessionSmallBusiness.co.uk

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07/07/2017 10:21 AM