Richard Hunter picks out the company results and events to look out for in the days ahead.
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Monday 25 January
JTC, Midwich Group, Plant Health Care, SThree, Yamana Gold
Tuesday 26 January
Crest Nicholson, DP Eurasia, Harworth Grou, PZ Cussons, Quiz, Saga, UDG Healthcare
Polar Capital Global Healthcare Trust
Wednesday 27 January
Brewin Dolphin, Fresnillo, Hargreaves Services, Redx Pharma, SCS Group, Tullow Oil
AJ Bell, Critical Metals, Lowland Investment, Marston's, Renew Holdings
Thursday 28 January
Companies scheduled to begin trading without the right to the latest dividend include Pennon, Victrex and IG Group.
3i Group, Anglo American, Diageo (LSE:DGE), easyJet (LSE:EZJ), Euromoney Institutional Investor, Fevertree Drinks, Intermediate Capital, ITM Power, Joules, KAZ Minerals, Oxford BioDynamics, Rank, St James's Place, Tritax Big Box REIT, Wizz Air
Britvic, Europa Oil & Gas, RDI REIT, Sunrise Resources, Tertiary Minerals
Friday 29 January
Avon Rubber, Treatt,Scotgold Resources, Hollywood Bowl Group, Caledonian Trust, Live Company Group, Nostra Terra Oil And Gas, Asiamet Resources, Dalata Hotel Group
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