Thursday, November 9[QQ] Interims from British Telecom, sugar manufacturer Tate & Lyle and pub and grub chain Yates Group; second quarter results from Scottish Power, third quarters from Royal and Sun Alliance and annuals from software group Superscape and Dimension Data.
Friday, November 10
Interims from Express Dairies.
Monday, November 13
Interims from Railtrack (In the Spotlight) and Uniq.
Tuesday, November 14
Annuals from industrial components distributor Abacus Polar, and interims from telecoms service provider Energis, Northern Foods and Vodafone.
Wednesday, November 15
First-half results from Scottish & Southern Energy and Land Securities, annuals from Scottish Radio, and third quarter results from Arc; easyJet, the Luton Airport-based budget airline, is scheduled to float on the LSE, while software company FFastFill is due to float on AIM.
Thursday, November 16
Annuals from customer relationship management suppliers Recognition, interims from scotch whisky distiller Glenmorangie and hi-tech Advance Visual Communications AIM float.
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