The Week Ahead: Barclays and RBS publish Q1 results

by Lee Wild from interactive investor |

interactive investor's head of equity strategy reviews the big company news expected in this second consecutive four-day week.

Monday 22 April

Bank Holiday Monday

Tuesday 23 April

Trading Statements

Novolipetsk Steel

AGM/EGM

MD Medical Group Investments, GlobalData, Polymetal International 

Wednesday 24 April

Trading Statements

Croda International, Associated British Foods, WANdisco, PureTech Health, MaxCyte, Boohoo.com

AGM/EGM

Biome Technologies, EP Global Opportunities Trust, Science Group, Glanbia, CVC Credit Partners Euro, SpaceandPeople, AIB Group

Thursday 25 April

A selection of popular stocks going ex-dividend today:

William Hill (WMH) 
Final dividend of 7.74p
Yield 4.9%

Games Workshop (GAW) 
Dividend of 35p
Yield 3.3%

Legal & General (LGEN) 
Final dividend of 11.82p 
Yield 6.1%

Glencore (GLEN) 
Interim dividend of 10 US cents 
Yield 4.5%

Trading statements

Taylor Wimpey, Tullow Oil, RELX, Kaz Minerals, Meggitt, Synthomer, RDI REIT, Barclays, Acacia Mining, Romgaz, Deltex Medical

AGM/EGM

Premier Global Infrastructure Trust, Royal Bank of Scotland, LightwaveRF, Meggitt, CLS Holdings, Avesoro Resources, Admiral Group, CRH, DP World, Access Intelligence, Devro, Greencoat Renewables

Friday 26 April

Trading statements

AstraZeneca, EU Supply, AJ Bell, Royal Bank of Scotland, Rotork, WPP, Pearson

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