Interactive Investor

The Week Ahead: US banks, Dunelm, Hays  

8th October 2021 12:44

Richard Hunter from interactive investor

Our head of markets names the company earnings and big events to watch closely in the days ahead.  

Monday 11 October

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XP Power, LendInvest


St Peter Port Capital

Tuesday 12 October

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French Connection, Maestrano, OnTheMarket, Stagecoach, YouGov


Augean, City of London Group, Clipper Logistics

Wednesday 13 October

The big US banks kick off third-quarter earnings season today, with JP Morgan Chase (NYSE:JPM) publishing its numbers. You can see the full calendar of upcoming results here

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Angling Direct, Applied Graphene Materials, Barratt Developments, Just Eat, Man Group, Marston's, Oxford Cannabinoid Technologies, Pearson, Sanderson Design, Stock Spirits, Vertu Motors


Barratt Developments

Thursday 14 October

Companies scheduled to begin trading without the right to the latest dividend include Tesco (LSE:TSCO), Howden Joinery Group (LSE:HWDN) and WPP (LSE:WPP).

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Ashmore, ASOS, Brooks Macdonald, Domino's Pizza, Dunelm Group (LSE:DNLM), Hays (LSE:HAS), Hurricane Energy, Norcros, Rathbone Brothers, Tinto, Sabre Insurance


BHP Group, Artemis Alpha Trust, Rank Group, Sabien Technology

Friday 15 October

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Rio Tinto


Ashmore, Hargreaves Lansdown, Loungers, Tungsten Corporation

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