Thursday, February 1[QQ] Interims from builder Bryant Group and Community Hospitals Group. Scottish Power to report third-quarter results and IFX Power to report annuals.
Meeting of the governing council of European Central Bank in Frankfurt.
G7 deputy finance ministers meet in Rome.
Friday, February 2 BAA to announce third-quarter results. Annual general meeting for
biotechnology company Cambridge Antibody.
Monday, February 5 Pizza Express to report interims.
Mining company Rio Tinto to unveil annual results. Special session of the World Trade Organisation’s agriculture committee.
Tuesday, February 6
Fund manager Amvescap to report annual results.
BSkyB to reveal interims. Pharmaceutical Galen to announce first-quarter results.
Wednesday, February 7
Meeting of the Bank of England’s monetary committee (to February 8).
Antisoma (middle) to reveal interims.
Thursday, February 8
Mersey Docks to unveil annual results (top). BT to announce third-quarter results. Annual results from Unilever, Royal Dutch Shell, Barclays and AstraZeneca.
General council of the World Trade Organisation meets in Geneva. Bank of England announces interest rate decision.
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