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The Week Ahead: Barclays, HSBC, Lloyds Bank, miners and Rolls-Royce

Results from NatWest have triggered buying of UK bank stocks, which bodes well for the rest of the UK bank sector in the coming days. FTSE 100 mining stocks issue figures too. Here are the key dates for your diary.

16th February 2024 13:46

Richard Hunter from interactive investor

Monday 19 February

Trading statements

Bank of Cyprus Holdings, MoneySupermarket.com, Transense Technologies, Wilmington

AGM/EGM

Cloudbreak Discovery, East Imperial, Oxford Cannabinoid Technologies Holdings, Residential Secure Income

Tuesday 20 February

Trading statements

Antofagasta, Barclays (LSE:BARC), BHP Group, Coca-Cola Europacific Partners, Gran Tierra Energy, InterContinental Hotels Group, Petra Diamonds, Springfield Properties

AGM/EGM

abrdn Equity Income Trust, Carr's Group, Dewhurst Group, Duke Royalty

Wednesday 21 February

Trading statements

BAE Systems, Conduit Holdings, Glencore, HSBC Holdings (LSE:HSBA), Rio Tinto, Riverstone Credit Opportunities Income, Tate & Lyle

AGM/EGM

Foresight Sustainable Forestry Co, Gooch & Housego, Tharisa

Thursday 22 February 

Companies scheduled to begin trading without the right to the latest dividend include AstraZeneca, easyJet, GSK and Unilever. 

Trading statements

Anglo American, Genus, Hargreaves Lansdown, Hays, Hikma Pharmaceuticals, Indivior, Jupiter Fund Management, Lloyds Banking Group (LSE:LLOY), ME Group International, Morgan Sindall, Pantheon International, Rolls-Royce Holdings (LSE:RR.), WPP 

AGM/EGM

Bankers Investment Trust, Narf Industries, RWS Holdings, Sunrise Resources 

Friday 23 February

Trading statements

Afarak Group, Allianz Technology Trust, Jupiter Fund Management, City of London Investment Group plc (CLIG)

AGM/EGM

Bluebird Merchants Ventures, Chemring

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