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The week ahead: BHP Billiton, Reckitt Benckiser

The week ahead: BHP Billiton, Reckitt Benckiser

A bunch of FTSE 100 big hitters publish updates over the next few days. Will it be enough to keep the index heading north?

The week ahead: Sky in focus

The week ahead: Sky in focus

Here are the big company events happening over the next week that investors need to know about.

The week ahead: Babcock, Finsbury Food

The week ahead: Babcock, Finsbury Food

Baker Finsbury Food kicks the week off, while Babcock and small-cap winners Keyword Studios, MaxCyte and Attraqt also report.

The week ahead: Morrisons, JD Sports

The week ahead: Morrisons, JD Sports

There's plenty of action pencilled in for the next few days, with recovering supermarket Morrisons and JD Sports likely to grab headlines.

The week ahead: KAZ Minerals, Kingfisher

The week ahead: KAZ Minerals, Kingfisher

As many in the City and beyond head off for their summer vacation, the stream of results continues. Will popular KAZ Minerals remain king of the miners?

The week ahead: Big week for Pru and insurers

The week ahead: Big week for Pru and insurers

It's another important week for the insurance sector, and traders will also be interested to see if G4S can justify its recent rally.

The week ahead: Tesco, Ashtead

The week ahead: Tesco, Ashtead

Investors will be looking for good things from Tesco's first quarter results, and hope Ashtead's outlook does not disappoint.

The week ahead: Short and quiet

The week ahead: Short and quiet

Rain is forecast, so it must be a Bank Holiday weekend in the UK, and Wall Street is off for Memorial Day. However, there are events to keep an eye on.

Lloyds Banking Group: What the analysts think

 Lloyds Banking Group: What the analysts think

First-quarter results excited investors Thursday, but what do the City's great and good make of them? Here are their latest ratings and price targets.

The week ahead: Things kick into life after Easter break

The week ahead: Things kick into life after Easter break

It's a busy coming seven days, as the likes of Unilever, Reckitt Benckiser and Sky update the market in what is a shortened trading week.

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