It’s one of the busiest times of year for company results, and many of the UK’s biggest names will be reporting in the days ahead. There’s an avalanche of US tech results, too. Our head of markets names the ones to watch out for.
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Monday 26 July
Cranswick, RTC Group, Ryanair, Science Group, United Oil & Gas
Oakley Capital Investments, tinyBuild, Deepverge, Gresham House Strategic, i3 Energy
Tuesday 27 July
Ascential, Capital & Counties Properties, Cohort, Croda International, FirstGroup, Foresight Group, FRP Advisory, Games Workshop, Greencore, Hibernia REIT, Ince Group, In The Style, International Personal Finance, Kitwave, Mitie Group, Moonpig, National Express, Polymetal International, Reach, Reckitt Benckiser, Restore, Robert Walters, Sabre Insurance, Tyman, Unite Group, Virgin Money UK, Vivo Energy
BMO UK High Income Trust, Conduity Capital, Hibernia REIT, Mediclinic International, MITIE Group, Motorpoint, NewRiver REIT, OnTheMarket, Petrel Resources, Prospex Energy, Record, TR Property Investment Trust, Vodafone, Wizz Air, Zoltav Resources
Wednesday 28 July
Aptitude Software, Aston Martin Lagonda, Barclays, British American Tobacco, Conduit Holdings, Dignity, FDM Group, Fresnillo, GlaxoSmithKline (LSE:GSK), Greencoat UK Wind, Hargreaves Services, Hutchmed (China), International Personal Finance, ITV, Lancashire Holdings, Man Group, Marston's, Metro Bank, musicMagpie, Permanent TSB Group, Primary Health Properties, Quartix Technologies, Rathbone Brothers, Rio Tinto, Smiths News, Smurfit Kappa, St James's Place, Wizz Air
Alien Metals, Aquila Services, Card Factory, Chariot, Reabold Resources, Staffline, Ted Baker, Telit Communications, TP Group, Triad Group, Trifast
Thursday 29 July
Airtel Africa, Amigo Holdings, Anglo American, AstraZeneca, BAE Systems, Bodycote, BT Group (LSE:BT.A), CMC Markets, Compass, Devro, Diageo, Dr Martens, Drax, Elementis, Equiniti, Evraz, Forterra, Greencoat UK Wind, Headlam, Inchcape, Indivior, Informa, Intermediate Capital Group, Lloyds Banking Group (LSE:LLOY), Morgan Advanced Materials, National Express, Pets at Home, RELX, Rentokil Initial, Royal Dutch Shell B (LSE:RDSB), Sage Group, Schroders, Segro, Smith & Nephew, Spectris, Vesuvius, Weir
Tate & Lyle, Johnson Matthey, discoverIE, B&M European Value Retail, Palace Capital, Amiad Water Systems, Ovoca Bio, CMC Markets, Volex, Dr Martens, GB Group, Aminex, Powerhouse Energy, Intermediate Capital, De La Rue, Playtech
Friday 30 July
Rightmove, Natwest Group, Kerry Group, Intertek, International Consolidated Airlines Group, IMI, Essentra, Pearson, Jupiter Fund Management, Tungsten Corporation, Yougov, Aveva, Paragon Banking, Yamana Gold, Glencore
Edenville Energy, Dp Poland, Castillo Copper, St James House, Sirius Real Estate
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