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The Week Ahead: Barclays, NatWest Group, BATS  

12th February 2021 13:35

Richard Hunter from interactive investor

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With bank sector results season kicking off, our head of markets rounds up the week and names the company earnings and big events to watch closely in the days ahead.  

Monday 15 February

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City of London Investment Group, Oncimmune Holdings

AGM/EGM

Countrywide, Keras Resources, Revolution Bars, Spinnaker Opportunities

Tuesday 16 February

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BHP Group, Glencore, K3 Capital, Ocean Outdoor, Pan African Resources, Petra Diamonds, Safestore Holdings

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Baronsmead Second Venture Trust, BMO Capital & Income Investment Trust, Dewhurst, Nexus Infrastructure

Wednesday 17 February

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British American Tobacco (LSE:BATS), Burford Capital, Gattaca, Plus500, Rio Tinto, Transense Technologies

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Applegreen, Finsbury Growth & Income Trust 

Thursday 18 February

Companies scheduled to begin trading without the right to the latest dividend include BP, Royal Dutch Shell, GlaxoSmithKline, Imperial Brands. 

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Arbuthnot Banking Group, Barclays (LSE:BARC), Hays, Hochschild Mining, Indivior, Moneysupermarket.com, Primary Health Properties, Smith & Nephew, South32, Trifast, Wilmington

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React Group, Ridgecrest

Friday 19 February

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TBC Bank Group, Segro, NatWest Group (LSE:NWG), Kingspan

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Watkin Jones, Energean, Active Energy Group

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