Thursday, July 13[QQ] Annuals due from Yorkshire-based JWE Telecom, bathroom and hardware manufacturer Heath, water utility Hyder (Newswatch), Christmas cracker and card specialist International Greetings and from Stanley Leisure. Interim results due from Cheshire-based IT provider Skillsgroup (In the Spotlight). British Chamber of Commerce quarterly survey due and Gordon Brown closes Royal Economics Society annual conference. Friday, July 14 Mobile phone retailer Carphone Warehouse, valued at #1.6bn , set to float on the London Stock Exchange. Monday, July 17 Medical supplier Maelor is due to reveal annual results, along with the building services provider MITIE Group and Lancashire-based domestic appliance manufacturer Range Cooker. Interim results from West London defence manufacturer Ultra Electronics. Confederation of British Industry holds AGM and national council meeting and start of two-day conference on poor country debt at the Commonwealth Secretariat, London. Tuesday, July 18 Second quarter results from Cambridge-based semiconductor manufacturer ARM Holdings and annuals from Huntingdon housebuilder Artisan. Wednesday, July 19 Annuals from inkjet print supplier Xaar. www.accountancyage.com/business.
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