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The Week Ahead: BP, Next, BT, IAG

29th October 2021 12:47

Richard Hunter from interactive investor


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

Monday 1 November

Trading statements 

Brighton Pier Group, K3 Capital, Lok'n Store, Ryanair


Capital & Regional, Electra Private Equity, French Connection, Silence Therapeutics, Vietnam Holding

Tuesday 2 November

Trading statements 

Beximco Pharmaceuticals, BP (LSE:BP.), FD Technologies, Flutter Entertainment, Hiscox, IWG, Oncimmune Holdings, Standard Chartered, TP ICAP, UP Global Sourcing Holdings


JPMorgan Mid Cap Investment Trust, Murray Income Trust

Wednesday 3 November

Trading statements 

AIB Group, Braemar Shipping Services, CLS Holdings, Coca-Cola HBC, Conduit Holdings, Esken, Ibstock, International Personal Finance, Nanoco, Next (LSE:NXT), Smurfit Kappa, Trainline, Vaalco Energy


Manchester & London Investment Trust, Wilmington

Thursday 4 November

Companies scheduled to begin trading without the right to the latest dividend include Bloomsbury Publishing (LSE:BMY), Hilton Food Group (LSE:HFG) and Unilever (LSE:ULVR).

Trading statements 

Aston Martin Lagonda, BT Group (LSE:BT.A), Derwent London, Electrocomponents, Gattaca, Hikma Pharmaceuticals, Howden Joinery, IMI, Sainsbury's, Lancashire Holdings, Smith & Nephew, Smiths News, Superdry, Tate & Lyle, TI Fluid Systems, Wizz Air


Induction Healthcare Group, NCC Group, Argos Resources, Capital Metals, Tintra, JPMorgan Emerging Markets Investment Trust

Friday 5 November

Trading statements 

Beazley, Kainos, International Consolidated Airlines Group


Go Ahead Group

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