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Monday 18 April
Markets shut for Easter holiday
Tuesday 19 April
Bion, Ebiquity, GreenRoc Mining, Herald Investment Trust
Wednesday 20 April
Bunzl, Hunting, SThree
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Thursday 21 April
Companies scheduled to begin trading without the right to the latest dividend include Antofagasta, BAE Systems and Legal & General
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
Record, Zinc Media
Bellevue Healthcare Trust, Faron Pharmaceuticals OY, Murray International Trust
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