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The Week Ahead: Glencore, GSK, Vodafone, BT, Shell

27th January 2023 12:38

by Richard Hunter from interactive investor

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It’s a huge week for corporate results, with five of the UK’s biggest companies publishing updates over the week. There’s also another flurry of results in the US.

Monday 30 January

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Computacenter, DP Eurasia, Porvair, Ryanair, Sthree


Bluebird Merchant Ventures, Contango Holdings, Hollywood Bowl, SkinBioTherapeutics, Starwood European Real Estate Finance, Webis Holdings

Tuesday 31 January

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abrdn Private Equity Opportunities Trust, Applied Graphene Materials, Ecora Resources, Ince Group, ITM Power, NWF Group, Uru Metals, Pets at Home, Renewi


Hydrogen Future Industries, Mobile Streams, Residential Secure Income, Star Phoenix Group, Team, Yamana Gold, Zamaz

Wednesday 1 February

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Entain, FDM Group, Glencore (LSE:GLEN), GSK (LSE:GSK), Restore, UK Commercial Property REIT, Virgin Money UK, Vodafone Group (LSE:VOD)


Baronsmead Second Venture Trust, Baronsmead Venture Trust, Capricorn Energy, Catalyst Media, Hyve Group, Imperial Brands, Premier Miton, Renew Holdings, Schroder Asia Pacific Fund

Thursday 2 February

Companies scheduled to begin trading without the right to the latest dividend include Hollywood Bowl, JLEN Environmental Assets Group and Paragon Banking Group.

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Airtel Africa, BT Group (LSE:BT.A), Cranswick, JTC, Jadestone Energy, NCC Group, Renishaw, ScS Group, Shell (LSE:SHEL)


abrdn Equity Income Trust, Alteration Earth, Baillie Gifford European Growth Trust, JPMorgan Indian Investment Trust, Sage, Schroder European Real Estate Investment Trust, Tectonic Gold, ValiRx

Friday 3 February

Trading statements

Nothing in the diary yet


Catalyst Media, Cerillion, Focusrite

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