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Thursday July 12

Full-year results from Stanley Leisure and gift wrap manufacturer International Greetings. British Chambers of Commerce issues quarterly economic survey, trade and industry questions in the House of Commons.

Friday July 13

International Energy Agency monthly oil market report published.

Monday July 16

UN general secretary Kofi Annan addresses Economic and Social Council.

Tuesday July 17

Full-year results from the magazine and newspaper distributor Menzies, consumer prices released and former government minister Frank Field speaks on cutting tax and benefiting society.

Wednesday July 18

Half-year results from computer services company Microgen and printing equipment supplier Xaar. The Bank of England’s Monetary Policy Committee releases the minutes of its last meeting, Labour market statistics are released. Latest Treasury poll forecasts made public.

Thursday July 19

Northern Rock releases (right) half-year results to kick off results season. The European Central Bank Governing Council meets to make interest rate decision. June house price survey released and bank/building society lending figures for June go public.

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