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Michael Van Dulken

Mike van Dulken

Accendo Markets’ Mike van Dulken has worked in London since 2002, with some of the biggest names in the City. His career kicked off at Jefferies as an equity analyst before a 2007 move to Société Générale saw him help service hedge funds with short-term trade ideas during the financial crisis.

Head of Research at Accendo since 2010, covering shares, indices, commodities and FX, he is regularly quoted in the financial press. Accendo Markets has been voted Best CFD research Service by ADVFN in 2017 and 2018.

Latest articles by this author

The retail sector facing challenging times as high street pain continues

First half results from Hunting boost Oil & Gas sector

Card Factory blames cautious consumer for negative growth

IWG shares down 21% as takeover discussions end

Next trading statement suggests Q3 could be critical

Shell and Diageo buybacks fail to boost share price

Airline stocks hit by Ryanair results

WPP shares hit as Media sector suffers amid changing landscape

A challenging retail sector weighs on British Land

Sky shares down despite increased offer

Associated British Foods disappoints with Q3 trading update

McBride shares slump on news of another profit warning

Tesco strategic alliance with Carrefour – for consumers or shareholders?

Greene King: Footfall up on football, but costs rising too

Airline shares and the new runway at Heathrow

Rolls Royce shares jump to fresh 3 year highs

Shares in Dixons Carphone fall after data breach

NMC announces joint venture to create new private healthcare platform

Bad news for UK Housebuilders as Ibstock warns of higher costs

AstraZeneca: Q1 results miss consensus expectations

Crest Nicholson profits warning hits housebuilding sector

Greggs: Pie in the sky guidance?

IAG: Strong FX tailwinds, and nowt on Norwegian

Smith & Nephew cuts 2018 full-year guidance

Direct Line, Paddy Power: Betting on better weather

Hastings Group: Q1 hit by higher than expected claims

William Hill hit by Fixed Odds Betting plans

Shire Pharmaceuticals: Tiki-taka Takeda?

UK Retail: Sorry, more bad news builds pressure on the sector

Card Factory: Special delivery?

Ferguson: Special dividend heats up demand

Smurfit Kappa: Paper thin bid increase from International Paper

Smiths Group: Beware of nasty side-FX

Ted Baker: Wardrobe malfunction

De La Rue: In the gutter

UK Bookies: Could’ve been worse

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