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The Week Ahead: NatWest, Standard Chartered, Glencore, Reckitt Benckiser

11th February 2022 13:52

Richard Hunter from interactive investor

UK bank results season gets under way, and miners issue their latest updates. Here are the stocks our head of markets is watching out for. Expect more surprises from US reporting season, too.

Monday 14 February

Trading statements

Up Global Sourcing Holdings

AGM/EGM

Digital 9 Infrastructure, GCP Infrastructure Investments

Tuesday 15 February

Trading statements

BHP Group, Glencore (LSE:GLEN), Plus500, RM

AGM/EGM

Dewhurst

Wednesday 16 February

Trading statements

Coca-Cola Europacific Partners, Indivior, Ocean Outdoor, Pan African Resources, Primary Health Properties

AGM/EGM

Liontrust Asset Management

Thursday 17 February

Companies scheduled to begin trading without the right to the latest dividend include BP and Imperial Brands.

Trading statements

Aveva Group, MoneySupermarket.com, Reckitt Benckiser (LSE:RKT), Safestore, South32, Standard Chartered (LSE:STAN), Yamana Gold

AGM/EGM

Chrysalis Investments, Highway Capital, Oilex, Virgin Money UK, Watkin Jones

Friday 18 February

Trading statements

NatWest Group (LSE:NWG), Pod Point Group, Segro, TBC Bank, The Renewables Infrastructure Group, City of London Investment Trust

AGM/EGM

Nothing in the diary yet.

 

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