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The Week Ahead: Barclays, BHP, Novacyt

15th October 2021 10:09

Lee Wild from interactive investor

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We name the company earnings and big events to watch closely in the days ahead, including the start of Q3 reporting season for UK banks.

Monday 18 October

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Schroders, Tristel

AGM/EGM

City of London Investment Group, M&C Saatchi, Novacyt (LSE:NCYT)

Tuesday 19 October

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888 Holdings, Bellway, BHP Group (LSE:BHP), Centamin, essensys, IntegraFin Holdings, MoneySupermarket.com, Wise, YouGov

AGM/EGM

McBride, Iconic Labs, Wm Morrison Supermarkets

Wednesday 20 October

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ActiveOps, Antofagasta, Avast, Hochschild Mining, Metro Bank, Nanoco, Petropavlovsk, Segro

AGM/EGM

Byotrol, Norish, Real Good Food, Summerway Capital, Tufton Oceanic Assets

Thursday 21 October

Companies scheduled to begin trading without the right to the latest dividend include BAE Systems, PZ Cussons and Smiths Group

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AJ Bell, Anglo American, Barclays (LSE:BARC), Dechra Pharmaceuticals, Luceco, PensionBee, RELX, Renalytix, Renishaw, Rentokil Initial, Secure Trust Bank, South32, Spectris, St James's Place, Trifast, Unilever, Vivo Energy

AGM/EGM

Alumasc, Dechra Pharmaceuticals, Time Finance, VR Education Holdings

Friday 22 October

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Virgin Wines UK

AGM/EGM

Duke Royalty, Fiske, Superdry

 

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