The Week Ahead: Pennon, Young & Co, Wizz Air

by Lee Wild from interactive investor |

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Results delayed by Covid-19 are made public in the days ahead, and some dividends are due too. 

Index performance so far in 2020:

FTSE 100 down 18.4%
S&P 500 down 6.2%
Nasdaq Composite up 4.4%
Dow Jones down 11.0%

Monday 1 June

Trading statements 

Hollywood Bowl, BMO Capital & Income Investment Trust, Sirius Real Estate


Intu Properties, Blackbird, Rockhopper Exploration

Tuesday 2 June

Trading statements 

Gooch & Housego, Electrocomponents, Mediclinic International, Warehouse REIT, Card Factory


Glencore, e-Therapeutics, Xaar

Wednesday 3 June

Trading statements 

Wizz Air, Chemring, SSP Group, Vertu Motors


Hurricane Energy, Frenkel Topping, DP Eurasia, Everyman Media Group, Aston Martin Lagonda, Gem Diamonds

Thursday 4 June

Companies that begin trading without the right to the latest dividend include Scottish Mortgage Investment Trust, HICL Infrastructure and Ferrexpo

Also watch out for the eurozone decision on interest rates and comment on monetary policy.

Trading statements 

Pennon Group, Intermediate Capital, IG Group, Impax Asset Management, Helical, Card Factory, Renewi, Euromoney Institutional Investor, Young & Co Brewery


Cluff Natural Resources, Georgia Capital, Arix Bioscience, Luceco, Centralnic, Georgia Healthcare, PageGroup, Fevertree Drinks

Friday 5 June

US non-farm payrolls data due.

Trading statements 

Workspace Group


Gamma Communications, Igas Energy, Rambler Metals and Mining

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Full performance can be found on the company or index summary page on the interactive investor website. Simply click on the company's or index name highlighted in the article. 

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