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The Week Ahead: US results, BT, Shell, Glencore, Vodafone

28th January 2022 12:36

Richard Hunter from interactive investor

Things really pick up mid-week when the big guns publish their trading updates, with two FTSE 100 heavyweights in the diary for Thursday. US earnings season continues at speed too. 

Monday 31 January

Trading statements

Evraz, Porvair, React, Renewi, Sthree

AGM/EGM

Georgia Capital, Global Petroleum, Logistics Development, Star Phoenix Group

Tuesday 1 February

Trading statements

Gem Diamonds, NWF Group, Plant Health Care, Virgin Money UK

AGM/EGM

Polar Capital Global Financials Trust, Schroder AsiaPacific Fund, Scottish Investment Trust

Wednesday 2 February

Trading statements

Severn Trent, Glencore (LSE:GLEN), Vodafone (LSE:VOD)

AGM/EGM

Edinburgh Worldwide Investment Trust, Imperial Brands, Playtech, Premier Miton, Scottish Investment Trust

Thursday 3 February

Companies scheduled to begin trading without the right to the latest dividend include PayPoint (LSE:PAY), DWF Group (LSE:DWF) and Treatt (LSE:TET)

Trading statements

BT Group (LSE:BT.A), Compass, Cranswick, Renishaw, Shell (LSE:RDSB), UK Commercial Property REIT, Virgin Wines UK

AGM/EGM

Compass, Future, Hyve Group, JPMorgan Indian Investment Trust, Sage Group, Ten Lifestyle

Friday 4 February

Trading statements

Airtel Africa

AGM/EGM

Aberdeen Standard Equity Income Trust, Brewin Dolphin, Cerillion, Shaftesbury, SP Group

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