Our head of markets looks at another batch of upcoming results and events that investors should watch out for.
US results reporting season begins in earnest this week. Click on these useful links to see what the experts think might happen in the days and weeks ahead.
- US results preview: Q2 2021
- Top 20 most-bought US stocks so far this year
- Stock market recovery 2021: half-term report
- Want to buy and sell international shares? It’s easy to do. Here’s how
Monday 12 July
Dechra Pharmaceuticals, Photo-Me International, Thruvision, ULS Technology
Charles Stanley, BrandShield Systems, Gabelli Value Plus+ Trust, Urban Logistics REIT, Vectura Group
Tuesday 13 July
EMIS Group, Kier Group, Omega Diagnostics, Solid State, Synectics, Zoo Digital
British Land, LondonMetric Property, Vianet Group, Mode Global Holdings, Evgen Pharma, BWA Group, Iconic Labs, UP Global Sourcing
Wednesday 14 July
Accrol Group, Ashmore, Barratt Developments (LSE:BDEV), DP Eurasia, Dunelm, Knights Group, Kromek, PageGroup, System1 Group
India Capital Growth Fund, Burberry Group (LSE:BRBY), Telit Communications, LXI REIT, B.P. Marsh & Partners, Draper Esprit
Thursday 15 July
ASOS (LSE:ASC), Charles Stanley, Costain Group, Experian, Galliford Try, Gore Street Energy Storage Fund, Hays, Polar Capital Technology Trust, Redcentric, Severn Trent
Airtel Africa, BT Group, Distil, Dukemount Capital, Electrocomponents, French Connection, Helical, Mind Gym, Playtech, Renewi, Water Intelligence
Friday 16 July
Rio Tinto, Eve Sleep
Homeserve, Bermele, Cambria Automobiles, DCC, Ormonde Mining
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