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The Week Ahead: huge moment for FTSE 100 results

19th February 2021 12:01

Richard Hunter from interactive investor


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As a host of blue-chips prepare to report results, our head of markets names the big events to watch.

Monday 22 February

Trading statements 

Associated British Foods (LSE:ABF), Benchmark Holdings, Dechra Pharmaceuticals, Finsbury Food Group, Fonix Mobile, Kosmos Energy, President Energy, Sylvania Platinum, Tristel


Sabien Technology Group, Contango Holdings

Tuesday 23 February

Trading statements 

Diurnal Group, McBride, Clinigen Group, Springfield Properties, HSBC (LSE:HSBA), InterContinental Hotels Group, Conduit Holdings


Image Scan Holdings

Wednesday 24 February

Trading statements 

Bank of Cyprus Holdings, Town Centre Securities, Haydale Graphene Industries, Lloyds Banking Group (LSE:LLOY), Metro Bank, William Hill, Glanbia, Reckitt Benckiser


Gooch & Housego, Paragon Banking Group

Thursday 25 February

Companies scheduled to begin trading without the right to the latest dividend include Unilever, Diageo, Barclays, AstraZeneca and Redrow.

Trading statements 

BAE Systems, Inchcape, Grafton Group, Centrica, dotdigital, Aston Martin, Standard Chartered (LSE:STAN), St James's Place, Spectris, KAZ Minerals, Anglo American, Serco, Vistry, Howden Joinery, Hikma Pharmaceuticals, Evraz, Genus, Pantheon International, Amigo Holdings, Ricardo, Drax, Vitec, Morgan Sindall, Compass Group, Greencoat UK Wind, Mobius Investment Trust, Macfarlane, Mondi


Virgin Money UK, Shaftesbury

Friday 26 February

Trading statements 

ASA International, VR Education, Jupiter Fund Management, FBD Holdings, Law Debenture, Glenveagh Properties, RSA Insurance Group

NMCN, Falanx Group

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