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Emma-Lou Montgomery gives her views on the stocks to watch for the week 17 - 21 June 2019.View Stock Watch live (with transcript)
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Has the housing market thrown-off Brexit worries and got a spring back in its step?
Niche product manufacturers abound while Cussons remains in a lather
Joules broadens its reach to international shoppers and Biffa looks to clean up
Dividend pay outs are a talking point after Vodafone’s cut
Retail woes weigh heavily on British Land and Kingfisher
Our investor briefing on the UK’s shopping centre landlord
Controversy reigns supreme in areas as diverse as e-cigs, telecoms and fashion
Oil majors and the retail rout dominate
Why pay a 77% premium for shares in a profit-warning riddled rival?
Sugar tax, potential “peak gin” and regulatory worries take their toll
Retail is back on the results calendar
Our investor briefing on the high street bakery chain
Our investor briefing on the estate agency group
Our investor briefing on the housebuilder
It’s a busy week for the banking sector with full-year results due from three of the ‘Big Four’ - HSBC, Barclays and Lloyds.
AstraZeneca on a roll while packaging co Smurfit cashes in on the online boom
Retail and budget airlines are on the agenda
Will Fever-Tree’s update put the fizz back into shares and can Burberry count on its Chinese shoppers?
Another week and another round of retail updates
Is this the company best-placed to profit from the retail rout?
Rollercoaster share price rides, data breaches and carpets on the menu
It’s a retail-heavy week as we get a raft of trading updates.
Consumer borrowing and spending sentiment on the agenda this week
AO World sets its sights on mobile and tech expansion
The ABC - and D - of results as airlines, banks, caterers and a DIY chain report this week
Undertakers at war, boardroom battles at Mr Kipling and ‘last time’ buyers
Our investor briefing on the food processing and retailing company
Sugar mountains, supermarket threats and the M&S revamp
Our investor briefing on the retailer
Our investor briefing on the consumer goods multinational
A string of blue-chip names report next week
Our investor briefing on the global advertising giant
Miners and the world’s largest advertising agency in the spotlight
Housebuilders in focus
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