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The Week Ahead: BP, Rolls-Royce, HSBC, Standard Chartered

30th July 2021 12:01

Richard Hunter from interactive investor


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It’s a hectic time for company results, and more big names will be reporting in the days ahead. Our head of markets names the ones to watch out for.


Monday 2 August

Trading statements 

Dialight, HSBC Holdings (LSE:HSBA), Senior, XP Power



Tuesday 3 August

Trading statements 

AG Barr, BP (LSE:BP.), Coats Group, Direct Line Insurance, Domino's Pizza, Filtronic, Fresnillo, Genel Energy, Greggs, Joules, Keller, Lamprell, Rotork, Standard Chartered (LSE:STAN), TP ICAP, Travis Perkins, Ultra Electronics


Syncona, Caffyns

Wednesday 4 August

Trading statements 

AIB Group, Centamin, Ferrexpo, Hiscox, Ibstock, Legal & General, LSL Property Services, Morgan Sindall, Taylor Wimpey


Ninety One, Cadence Minerals, Argentex, CML Microsystems

Thursday 5 August

Companies scheduled to begin trading without the right to the latest dividend include Lloyds Banking Group (LSE:LLOY),Reckitt Benckiser Group (LSE:RKT), RELX (LSE:REL) and Unilever (LSE:ULVR)

Trading statements 

Brickability, Diversified Energy Co, Evraz, Frasers, Glencore, Hammerson, IP Group, Meggitt, Mondi, NCC Group, Rolls-Royce Holdings (LSE:RR.), Savills, ScS Group, Secure Trust Bank, Serco, Spirent Communications, Synthomer, Tritax Big Box REIT, TT Electronics, UK Commercial Property REIT, WPP


Bushveld Minerals, Dekel Agri-Vision, Distil, Investec, Naked Wines

Friday 6 August 

Trading statements 

Contourglobal, The Renewables Infrastructure Group, FBD Holdings


Cake Box Holdings

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