As the City winds down for Christmas, investors are more likely to be enjoying mince pies at an AGM than analysing corporate results. But there is activity if you know where to look.
Fewer company results this week, but plenty to keep investors on their toes, with decisions from the three big central banks and EU Summit.
The pace of corporate reporting is beginning to slow, but there is still plenty to interest investors and some big dividends to be had.
Investors will hear Tuesday the results of the Bank of England's stress test for the UK banking sector.
There's plenty to keep investors occupied in the days ahead, with a truckload of corporate updates either side of Wednesday's Autumn Budget.
It's another big week for the housebuilding sector, but income seekers will also have eyes on high-yielders Vodafone and Royal Mail.
Corporate results continue to arrive thick and fast, with insurers bunching together in the days ahead. M&S, Halfords and AstraZeneca could also create headlines.
It's a week packed with trading updates from some of the biggest companies around, including £194bn Royal Dutch Shell and £150bn HSBC. There's an interest rate decision too.
A bunch of FTSE 100 big hitters publish updates over the next few days. Will it be enough to keep the index heading north?
Here are the big company events happening over the next week that investors need to know about.
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