Our head of markets looks at another batch of upcoming results in the coming days. These three names will grab headlines.
There’s plenty to keep UK-focused investors busy over the next week, but it gets busy in the US too, as quarterly earnings season picks up. You can read our coverage and latest features here. There are also some helpful links to help you navigate the deluge of company results statements.
- No trading fees on US shares for new and existing customers from Monday 12 to Friday 16 July 2021. Find out more here
- US results preview: Q2 2021
- Top 20 most-bought US stocks so far this year
- Are US stocks fast approaching peak earnings?
- What is earnings season?
Monday 19 July
BHP Group, Carr's Group, Charles Stanley, Parsley Box, Sthree
Arricano Real Estate, Biffa, Cairn Energy, Comptoir, Equiniti, Inspecs, JKX Oil & Gas, Live Co, NAHL Group, Spire Healthcare
Tuesday 20 July
Alliance Pharma, Anglo American, Begbies Traynor, Centaur Media, CloudCall, CVS Group, easyJet, Gateley Holdings, IntegraFin Holdings, Luceco, Midwich, NAHL Group, One Media IP, SDI Group, Sosandar, Supreme, T Clarke, TheWorks.co.uk, Victoria, Wilmington, Wise
Aberdeen Japan Investment Trust, Golden Rock Global, HICL Infrastructure, NMCN, Sanderson Design, Wynnstay Properties, Young & Co's Brewery
Wednesday 21 July
Antofagasta, Centaur Media, Close Brothers, DWF Group, Euromoney Institutional Investor, Gresham Technologies, Hochschild Mining, Loungers, Nichols, PayPoint, Petra Diamonds, QinetiQ, Royal Mail (LSE:RMG), Wickes
Bloomsbury Publishing, Experian, Gledhow Investments, HarbourVest Global Private Equity, Norcros, Open Orphan, PayPoint, QinetiQ, Royal Mail, St Modwen Properties, Tatton Asset Management
Thursday 22 July
Unilever (LSE:ULVR), 3i Group, AJ Bell, Amigo Holdings, Breedon Group, Britvic, Centamin, Centrica, Countryside Properties, Daily Mail & General Trust, Diploma, Dotdigital, Hotel Chocola, Howden Joinery, IG Group, MoneySupermarket.com, Mulberry, PensionBee, SSE, Workspace
Big Yellow, Bytes Technology, Edinburgh Investment Trust, Gowin New Energy, Halma, LSL Property Services, Malin, Pennon, Petards, SSE, Vp, Workspace
Friday 23 July
Vodafone Group (LSE:VOD), Brewin Dolphin
VR Education, Premier Foods, Tavistock Investments, United Utilities
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