As we reach the busiest week of the earnings season so far, our head of markets rounds up the week and names the company results and big events to watch closely in the days ahead.
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Monday 1 February
Hargreaves Lansdown, James Halstead, Porvair
JPMorgan China Growth & Income
Tuesday 2 February
BP (LSE:BP.), Filtronic, Foxtons Group, Gem Diamonds, Idox, NWF Group, SSE, Sureserve Group, Virgin Money UK
Blackrock Frontiers Investment Trust, JPMorgan Indian Investment Trust, Scottish Investment Trust
Wednesday 3 February
Frontier Developments, GlaxoSmithKline, Glencore, Vodafone (LSE:VOD)
Codemasters, Daily Mail & General Trust, Imperial Brands, Premier Miton Group
Thursday 4 February
Companies scheduled to begin trading without the right to the latest dividend include Treatt, PayPoint and FDM Group.
Compass, DCC, Hostelworld, Microsaic Systems, Octopus Renewables Infrastructure Trust, Sage, Stock Spirits, Ten Lifestyle
Friday 5 February
Nothing in the diary yet
On the Beach, Total Produce, Countryside Properties
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