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Nov 5 - Britain's FTSE 100 .FTSE index is seen opening 2 points lower at 5,581 on Thursday, according to financial bookmakers.

* ASTRAZENECA: Chilean President Sebastian Pinera said the country's health regulator had given the go-ahead for clinical trials of AstraZeneca PLC's AZN.L COVID-19 vaccine.

SAINSBURY: British supermarket group Sainsbury SBRY.L will announce plans to cut 3,000 jobs, alongside its first-half results on Thursday, The Times reported.

BARCLAYS: A former Barclays BARC.L trader, who fled to his native France before being convicted in London of helping rig Euribor interest rates, has won a court battle against extradition to Britain to serve an eight-year jail sentence, his lawyer said.

GOLD: Gold firmed as investors were cautiously optimistic Democrat Joe Biden would edge past President Donald Trump in a tight race to the White House, boosting the likelihood of more economic stimulus.

OIL: Oil dropped as Democrat Joe Biden edged closer to the White House but the Republicans look likely to retain Senate control, decreasing the chances of any huge COVID-19 relief package.

The UK blue-chip index .FTSE closed 1.7% higher on Wednesday as a weaker pound boosted shares of exporters, although investors remained cautious on prospects of a contested outcome to the U.S. presidential elections.

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HY results RDI Reit Plc

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FY trading statement Biffa Plc

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HY earnings Derwent London Plc

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Q3 business update Kin and Carta Plc

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FY earnings AVEVA Group Plc

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HY earnings AstraZeneca Plc

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Q3 earnings RSA Insurance Group Plc

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Q3 trading statement J Sainsbury (OTC:JSAIY) Plc

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HY earnings Lancashire Holdings Ltd

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Q3 trading statement Auto Trader Group Plc

AUTOA.L HY earnings Trainline Plc

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HY earnings Inchcape Plc

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Q3 trading statement Hikma Pharmaceuticals Plc

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