The Week Ahead: banks, Barratts, ASOS, Wetherspoon

by Richard Hunter from interactive investor |

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interactive investor’s head of markets discusses the start of US Q3 reporting season and implications for UK banks. He also looks ahead to upcoming results and other major events in the diary. 

Monday 12 October

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XP Power, e-Therapeutics, Network International, Scapa Group

AGM/EGM

Cairn Homes, Unilever

Tuesday 13 October

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French Connection, LiDCO Group, Quadrise Fuels International, Netcall, OnTheMarket, Nanoco, essensys

AGM/EGM

APQ Global, Newmark Security

Wednesday 14 October

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Applied Graphene Materials, MJ Hudson, Angling Direct, Arbuthnot Banking, ASA International, Ashmore Group, ASOS, Barratt Developments, Walker Greenbank

AGM/EGM

Barratt Developments, Primorus Investments, Tlou Energy, Watches of Switzerland

Thursday 15 October

Companies scheduled to begin trading without the right to the latest dividend include Tesco, Bunzl and Robert Walters.

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Allied Minds, Mondi, Countryside Properties, Dunelm, Hays, Mediclinic International, Secure Trust Bank, Norcros, Rathbone Brothers, Rio Tinto

AGM/EGM

BHP Group

Friday 16 October

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JD Wetherspoon, Jupiter Fund Management, Scancell

AGM/EGM

Tungsten Corporation, Loungers, Ashmore Group, K3 Capital, Metals Exploration

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