In what is historically the quietest month for blue-chip reporting, a number of FTSE 100 companies will be updating markets over the next week.
Monday 11 June
Hostelworld Group, Coca-Cola, Foresight Solar Fund, International Public Partnership
Tuesday 12 June
British American Tobacco, Bellway, Ted Baker, Schroder European Real Estate Investment Trust, Crest Nicholson Holdings, Motorpoint Group, Halma, CML Microsystems
Globalworth Real Estate Investments, Kingfisher, Ergomed, Warpaint London, Somero Enterprises, Tri-Star Resources, Interserve, Ted Baker
Wednesday 13 June
Redhall Group, Autins Group, Norcros, Evgen Pharma, Nextenergy Solar Fund
Shanta Gold, Futura Medical, Brave Bison, Touchstone Exploration
Thursday 14 June
CareTech Holdings, Safestore, Majestic Wine, AVEVA Group, Consort Medical, PZ Cussons
Regal Petroleum, Steppe Cement, Himalayan Fund, Christie Group, Concepta, Providence Resources, ECSC Group, Technipfmc, Plaza Centers
Friday 15 June
Every investor seems to love Tesco right now, and analysts expect big things from the country’s top grocer when it publishes first-quarter numbers Friday.
UBS keeps its 'buy' rating and 290p price target, noting the ongoing retail recovery and anticipates strong Booker like-for-like results will "catch the eye".
Analysts there expect Tesco "to show a well-rooted grocery recovery and stellar start for Booker".
Look for Europe like-for-like sales down 0.5%, although management will be more focused on "sustainable profitability than top-line growth".
Others fancy the supermarket’s shares. Only last month, Barclays lifted its price target by 6% to 280p and said Tesco remained its top pick in the European food retail sector.
Analysts and big investors will be off to a Capital Markets Event at Rolls-Royce on the same day.
The engineer has already announced new management appointments, with new presidents of both its Civil Aerospace and Defence divisions, so plenty to talk about there.
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