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The Week Ahead: Netflix, Tesla, Rio Tinto, BHP, RELX, Bunzl

14th April 2022 12:09

Lee Wild from interactive investor

It’s another four-day trading week, but there are still plenty of results for investors to watch out for. US earnings season picks up too, with Netflix, Tesla and others due to publish quarterly results.

Monday 18 April

Markets shut for Easter holiday

Tuesday 19 April

Trading statements

JTC, Kainos, Rio Tinto (LSE:RIO), Netflix Inc (NASDAQ:NFLX)


Bion, Ebiquity, GreenRoc Mining, Herald Investment Trust

Wednesday 20 April

Trading statements

Bunzl (LSE:BNZL), Carr's Group, Centamin, Hunting, IntegraFin Holdings, John Wood Group, Oxford Biomedica, Petra Diamonds, Quilter, Tesla Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA)


Bunzl, Hunting, SThree

Thursday 21 April

Companies scheduled to begin trading without the right to the latest dividend include Antofagasta, BAE Systems and Legal & General

Trading statements

AJ Bell, BHP Group Ltd (LSE:BHP), Bonhill, Churchill China, DP Poland, Gem Diamonds, LBG Media, Meggitt, PensionBee, RELX (LSE:REL), Rentokil Initial, Safestyle UK, Segro, Serica Energy, XPS Pensions Group


Alliance Trust, Ibstock, Journeo, RELX, Senior, STV Group

Friday 22 April

Trading statements

Record, Zinc Media


Bellevue Healthcare Trust, Faron Pharmaceuticals OY, Murray International Trust

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