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The Week Ahead: Barratt Developments, 888 Holdings, US jobs data      

27th August 2021 11:37

Richard Hunter from interactive investor

Our head of markets looks at another batch of upcoming results to watch for in what is a four-day week.

Monday 30 August

UK stock market shut for Bank Holiday

Tuesday 31 August

Trading statements 

Atlas Mara, Old Mutual, Bunzl, John Menzies, CentralNic


APQ Global, Iomart, Just Group, RUA Life Sciences, Rutherford Health

Wednesday 1 September

Trading statements 

888 Holdings (LSE:888), Alpha FX Group, Arcontech, Churchill China, Dalata Hotel Group, Johnson Service, Kainos, Petropavlovsk, PPHE Hotel Group, WH Smith


Block Energy, Aberdeen New Dawn Investment Trust, Eckoh, Jupiter Green Investment Trust, Kinovo, McColl's Retail Group, Prime People, Severfield

Thursday 2 September

Companies scheduled to begin trading without the right to the latest dividend include Admiral Group (LSE:ADM) and miners Antofagasta (LSE:ANTO), BHP Group (LSE:BHP) and Glencore (LSE:GLEN).

Trading statements 

Barratt Developments (LSE:BDEV), Camellia, Coca-Cola Europacific Partners, Downing Renewables & Infrastructure Trus, EnQuest, Gem Diamonds, Gulf Keystone Petroleum, Gym Grou, Inspired Energy, Melrose Industries, Mpac, Wentworth Resources


Blue Planet Investment Trust, Carclo, CloudCoCo Group, Jet2, Safestay, Watches of Switzerland

Friday 3 September

US non-farm payrolls data (watch my video for further discussion of the jobs outlook). 

Trading statements 



Berkeley Group Holdings, Stagecoach

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