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The Week Ahead: Diageo, GSK, Shell, BT

Some of the country’s biggest companies report results in the coming days, and investors must keep a close eye on the commentary. Here are the key dates for your diary.

26th January 2024 13:37

by Richard Hunter from interactive investor

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Monday 29 January

Trading statements

Team Internet Group


Hollywood Bowl, Landore Resources

Tuesday 30 January

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Diaceutics, Diageo (LSE:DGE), Kromek, Luceco, Oxford Cannabinoid Technologies, Pets at Home, Renewi, Saga, SSP Group, SThree, Synthomer


AJ Bell, Auction Technology Group, Mineral & Financial Investments, Ora Technology, Renew Holdings, SSP Group, Webis Holdings, Valereum

Wednesday 31 January

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Aberforth Smaller Companies Trust, abrdn Private Equity Opportunities Trust, Ecora Resources, GSK (LSE:GSK), ITM Power, NWF Group


Imperial Brands, Schroder Asia Pacific Fund, Smiths News

Thursday 1 February

Companies scheduled to begin trading without the right to the latest dividend include Paragon Banking Group and PayPoint.

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Airtel Africa, AG Barr, BT Group (LSE:BT.A), Cranswick, Gem Diamonds, Glencore, Rank Group, Shell (LSE:SHEL), TClarke


Cerillion, Keystone Positive Change Investment Trust, Sage

Friday 2 February

Trading statements

Nothing in the diary yet


Critical Metals, Gunsynd

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