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The Week Ahead: Christmas slowdown begins but plenty to watch

There are noticeably fewer companies issuing trading updates or holding AGMs, knowing that most investors are busy preparing for the festive period. But some big names will be announcing results. Here are the key dates for your diary.

8th December 2023 10:13

by Lee Wild from interactive investor

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Monday 11 December

Trading statements

Begbies Traynor


IamFire, Pharma C Investments, SigmaRoc, Tribal, Vela Technologies

Tuesday 12 December

Trading statements

Chemring, FRP Advisory, Gelion, RWS Holdings, Sosandar, Vianet


Atalaya Mining, Blackrock Greater Europe Investment Trust, Distil, Gelion

Wednesday 13December

Trading statements



Dechra Pharmaceuticals, Limitless Earth, Softcat, Volution

Thursday 14December

Companies scheduled to begin trading without the right to the latest dividend include Associated British Foods (LSE:ABF), Burberry Group (LSE:BRBY) and DS Smith (LSE:SMDS).

Trading statements

Balfour Beatty, Bunzl, C4X Discovery Holdings, Capita, Currys, Gore Street Energy Storage Fund, IntegraFin Holdings, Serco, SThree


Aeorema Communications, CleanTech Lithium, Driver Group, eEnergy Group, Ethernity Networks, Fintech Asia, Helium One Global, Marwyn Value Investors, Quarto, Sareum Holdings

Friday 15 December

Trading statements

Nothing in the diary yet


Abingdon Health, Aptamer Group, Bellway, DCI Advisors, Frontier IP Group, Renalytix, Schroder BSC Social Impact Trust, Schroder Real Estate Investment Trust, Thor Explorations, Ultimate Products, Wentworth Resources

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