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The Week Ahead: FTSE 250 firms to dominate headlines

Most blue-chip companies have published results this earnings season, so it’s over to their smaller cousins for updates on latest trading. Here are the key dates for your diary.

1st December 2023 12:37

Lee Wild from interactive investor

Monday 4 December

Trading statements

One Health, SDCL Energy Efficiency Income Trust

AGM/EGM

Diversified Energy Co, Palace Capital, PRS REIT

Tuesday 5 December

Trading statements

Ashtead, CML Microsystems, discoverIE, Ferguson, Gooch & Housego, Iomart, Marston's, Moonpig, On The Beach, Oxford Metrics, Peel Hunt, Premier Miton, Residential Secure Income, Solid State, SSP Group, TPXimpact Holdings, Tritax Eurobox, Victrex

AGM/EGM

450 Plc

Wednesday 6 December

Trading statements

Schroder European Real Estate Investment Trust, System1 Group

AGM/EGM

Alternative Liquidity Fund, Bowleven, Gattaca, STM Group, VinaCapital Vietnam Opportunity Fund, Virgin Wines UK

Thursday 7 December

Companies scheduled to begin trading without the right to the latest dividend include Investec (LSE:INVP), JD Sports Fashion (LSE:JD.), Next (LSE:NXT) and Pets at Home Group (LSE:PETS).

Trading statements

Balfour Beatty, DS Smith, Frasers Group, Future, Watches of Switzerland Group

AGM/EGM

Asia Dragon Trust, Bioventix, Darktrace, Doric Nimrod Air Two, essensys, Fidelity Emerging Markets, GS Chain, Haydale Graphene Industries, Kibo Energy, Kin & Carta, Lok'n Store, Parity Group, Supermarket Income REIT, Westmount Energy, YouGov

Friday 8 December

Trading statements

Berkeley Group Holdings

AGM/EGM

Associated British Foods, Hargreaves Lansdown, URA Holdings

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