Despite another shortened trading week, there are plenty of corporate events to keep an eye on. That includes some important ex-dividend dates from FTSE 100 high yielders.
Monday 8 May
Stock market close for UK Bank Holiday
Tuesday 9 May
Kosmos Energy, Tialis Essential IT, Treatt
Caledonia Mining, Direct Line, Foxtons, Hostelworld, IWG, Just Group, Midwich, Osirium Technologies, Windward
Wednesday 10 May
Anexo, ASOS (LSE:ASC), Compass, Directa Plus, Georgia Capital, MaxCyte, Spirax-Sarco Engineering, Valeura Energy, Vertu Motors
abrdn, Antofagasta, Cenkos Securities, Ecora Resources, H&T Group, Harbour Energy, Jupiter Fund Management, Literacy Capital, Luceco, Marshalls, National Express, Renewables Infrastructure, Rentokil Initial, Seplat Energy, Spirax-Sarco Engineering, TClarke
Thursday 11 May
Companies scheduled to begin trading without the right to the latest dividend include BP, HSBC and Tesco.
3i, Airtel Africa, Eurocell, Grainger, ITV (LSE:ITV), TBC Bank
88 Energy, Cairn Homes, Capita, Clarkson, Costain, Eleco, Eurocell, FBD Holdings, Genedrive, Genel Energy, Gresham House, Gym Group, Hiscox, Irish Continental Group, John Wood, MyHealthChecked, OSB Group, Poolbeg Pharma, Rolls-Royce Holdings (LSE:RR.), Serinus Energy, Uniphar, Videndum, WAG Payment Solutions
Friday 12 May
Allianz Technology Trust, Beazley
Balfour Beatty, Derwent London, GreenRoc Mining, Hutchmed (China) Limited
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