A cross-section of business stories from a week ahead that is expected to be dominated again by coronovirus and its impact on the community:

Monday Interview: Sam Fernando says “you’ve probably seen our jackets on TV, but you’re not likely to realise that they’re ours”.

Hard-core outdoor enthusiasts are also familiar with the Keela brand of jackets and associated performance gear that have been designed and developed in Scotland for more than 30 years, Kristy Dorsey writes.

In Mark Williamson’s SME Focus, the East Lothian-based S’wheat’s founders tell how the firm produces eco-friendly water bottles made from waste plant material that would have otherwise been burnt or gone to waste.

In Guy Stenhouse’s Business Voices column on Monday, he raises the point: Whatever decision is made on euro, Scotland is better off out of it.

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Scottish soft drinks manufacturer AG Barr is expected to update investors on the potential impact of coronavirus when it announces its latest figures on Tuesday.

The Irn-Bru maker said in January that profits for 2019 are expected to be at the top end of forecasts, at just over £37 million, after progress last year.

Analysts also warn that coronavirus could weigh down on sales at Fever-Tree.

The tonic maker has reported surging sales in recent years, and is expected to report another year of strong growth when it reveals its figures for the 12 months to December 2019, next week.

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However, a recent downturn in footfall at bars and restaurants due to the coronavirus outbreak could cast a cloud over the drink manufacturer's outlook.

Fever-Tree is expected to hold off on providing profit guidance for the current financial year, as it continues to assess the impact of coronavirus.

It said it expects sales to have increased by 9.7% to £260.5 million, having previously forecast growth of between 12% and 13% for the year.

The UK market is expected to see sales affected by the pandemic, with about half of all UK sales made in the on-trade, meaning at bars and restaurants.

While off-trade sales, those in supermarkets and other stores, may be strong as shoppers stockpile, the firm is expected to be particularly affected by hospitality closures and plunging footfall.

Bellway interims are due on Wednesday, with RPI and CPI inflation for February and Treasury Select Committee update on the economic impact of coronavirus.

Hilton Food finals are due on Thursday.