Companies reporting and economics diary for the week ahead
Monday 12 July 1999
Economics: Producer Prices, CBI/PriceWaterhouseCoopers financial trends.
TUESDAY - Finals: Ellis & Everard, HP Bulmer Holdings. Interims: Capital & Regional Properties. AGMs: British Airways, Plysu, Safeway. Economics: Retail prices (June), Bank of England euro Treasury note auction. WEDNESDAY - Finals: Columbus Group Interims: Xaar. AGMs: Acal, BT, Land Securities.
Economics: Labour market statistics; Treasury publishes independent economic forecasts; Government to publish White Paper on Post Office; Trade and Industry committee on electronic government takes evidence on the Horizon Project and the Post Office.
THURSDAY - Finals: Stanley Leisure, Samuel Heath, International Greetings. Economics: British Chamber of Commerce second quarter survey.
FRIDAY - Finals: HI-Tec Sports, Computerland, Energy Technique. Economics: June Public Sector Net Borrowing (PSCNR).
And why are 'southern' ways of speaking spreading north?
life + styleClarissa Baldwin is the brains behind the slogan 'A Dog is for Life not just for Christmas'
Autumn Statement 2013: Work until you’re 70 - George Osborne accused of ‘living in fantasy land’ over pension reforms
Is this the scariest advert ever? Japanese tyre commercial comes with its own disclaimer and health warning
Paul Walker autopsy: Results reveal Fast and Furious star's cause of death
Scientists sequence oldest human DNA from fossilised leg bone found in Spain
UK weather: Two dead and 100,000 homes without power as 100mph storm batters Scotland – now biggest tidal surge in 60 years threatens east coast
- 1 Is this the scariest advert ever? Japanese tyre commercial comes with its own disclaimer and health warning
- 2 A forgotten episode in Russian history leaves links with the Philippines
- 3 Scientists sequence oldest human DNA from fossilised leg bone found in Spain
- 4 ‘Put it in my mouth’: Viewers outraged by apparent reference to oral sex in VIP e-cig advert
- 5 Joanna Lumley’s garden bridge over the Thames gets £30m seal of approval from Government
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