The Week Ahead: Five high-profile names report

by Lee Wild from interactive investor |

Although scheduled corporate news is light on the ground, our head of markets has plenty to talk about.

Monday 10 June

Trading Statements



Codemasters Group, ADES International Holding, Time Out Group, Zegona Communications

Tuesday 11 June

Trading Statements
Bellway, RWS Holdings, Oxford Metrics, Motorpoint, Quiz, Trifast, IG Design, Halma, CML Microsystems


Primary Health Properties, Ted Baker, Optibiotix Health, Aberdeen Standard European Logistics Income, Bisichi Mining

Wednesday 12 June

Trading Statements, Summit Therapeutics, MHP, Norcros, Enteq Upstream 


Steppe Cement, GAN, Velocys

Thursday 13 June

Tesco (LSE:TSCO) publishes its first-quarter results today, just two months after unveiling a strong set of full-year numbers. Investors will want further confirmation from CEO Dave Lewis that Tesco's four-year turnaround will complete either this year or next.

Also listen for indications that Lewis can deliver profitability within the 3.5-4.0% margin range, as promised, and about how Tesco plans to grow while defending market share against the discounters who continue to outperform.

Source: TradingView Past performance is not a guide to future performance

Stocks going ex-dividend on Thursday include Persimmon (LSE:PSN) and WPP (LSE:WPP)

Trading statements
Tesco, PZ Cussons, Volex Group, Majestic Wine, John Laing Environmental Assets, Smith (DS), Record, Onthemarket


Sirius Minerals, Taptica International, Union Jack Oil, Standard Life Investment Property Inc Trust, Just Group, Good Energy Group, Energean Oil Gas, Predator Oil & Gas, Concepta

Friday 14 June


Serabi Mining

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Full performance can be found on the company or index summary page on the interactive investor website. Simply click on the company's or index name highlighted in the article.

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