Our head of markets looks at another batch of upcoming results and names the big events to watch in a four-day trading week.
Monday 29 March
Brighton Pier Group, Dev Clever Holdings, Impact Healthcare REIT, Quixant, Ten Entertainment
Aukett Swanke, Nuformix, Pathfinder Minerals, Sabien Technology, WANdisco
Tuesday 30 March
AG Barr, Allied Minds, Bank of Cyprus Holdings, Bowleven, Central Asia Metals, Chesnara, Dialight, EKF Diagnostics, Gemfields, K3 Business Technology, LoopUp, Michelmersh Brick, Mpac, Nanoco, Pennon, Real Estate Investors, S&U, Silence Therapeutics, Yu Group
Brunner Investment Trust, Guild Esports, Keras Resources, MediaZest, Nucleus Financial, Polar Capital Global Financials Trust, Power Metal Resources, Pressure Technologies, Strategic Equity Capital, Toople
Wednesday 31 March
Electrocomponents, Gattaca, Gulf Keystone Petroleum, Henderson High Income Trust, InnovaDerma, Inspired Energy, James Halstead, JKX Oil & Gas, Seeing Machines, Sumo Group, Topps Tiles, Wincanton
BSF Enterprise, Challenger Acquisitions, CloudCoCo, Drax Group, MGC Pharmaceuticals, Shoe Zone, Tricorn, Various Eateries, W Resources
Thursday 1 April
Companies scheduled to begin trading without the right to the latest dividend include Hammerson, Smith & Nephew and Taylor Wimpey.
Sportech, Renew Holdings, Next (LSE:NXT), Equiniti
Primary Health Properties, Scottish American Investment, St Modwen Properties, URU Metals
Friday 2 April
UK stock markets are closed for Good Friday, but the US non-farm payroll report will be published as normal.
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