Pub chain JD Wetherspoons will report this week, along with newly-listed Foxtons and supermarket Morrisons.
Closed-end fund investors stuck to income trusts in February, but seemed more willing to accept risk than those purchasing open-ended funds.
Emerging markets fell back out of favour among fund investors in February, while purchases of UK and smaller company funds continued.
Schroders and Standard Chartered will report this week, along with Fresnillo, AGA Rangemaster Group and Ashstead Group.
Food and drink-focused firms Greggs, Domino's Pizza, Whitbread and The Restaurant Group will update the market in the coming five days.
In a quiet week for company news, UK markets will be kept busy with the release of significant economic figures.
In a quiet week for economic news, Barclays will report along with commoditiy companies Tullow Oil and Rio Tinto.
Investors purchasing closed-end funds in January were driven by income and attracted to trusts investing in smaller companies.
Vodafone has reported a positive future outlook, and plans to select the preferred vendors for Project Spring in February.
UK smaller companies and emerging markets were key focuses for investors during the last month, according to our sister website Interactive Investor.