Oct 13 (Reuters) - Britain's FTSE 100 index is seen opening 19 points higher at 6,020 on Tuesday, according to financial bookmakers. * BALFOUR BEATTY: British infrastructure group Balfour Beatty Plc has started a search for a new chairman as chairman Philip Aiken is preparing to leave the firm, Sky News reported on Monday. * LSE: The London Stock Exchange said its pan-European share trading arm Turquoise will offer trading in EU-listed shares on its Dutch platform from the end of next month if there is no agreement on future direct access to the bloc by then. * GOLD: Gold prices fell with a slight rebound in dollar, while investors clung to hopes of a U.S. stimulus package being eventually released. * OIL: Oil prices were steady in early trade, sitting on losses of nearly 3% from the previous session after supplies began to resume in Norway and the U.S. Gulf of Mexico and Libya resumed production at its largest oilfield. * The UK blue-chip index closed 0.3% lower on Monday in a choppy trading session as a dip in oil prices hit energy stocks and as Prime Minister Boris Johnson laid out fresh restrictions to contain the growing coronavirus crisis. * UK CORPORATE DIARY: French Connection Group Plc HY results * For more on the factors affecting European stocks, please click on: TODAY'S UK PAPERS > Financial Times > Other business headlines (Reporting by Samantha Machado in Bengaluru)
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