The Week Ahead: US jobs, Sainsbury’s, AB Foods

by Richard Hunter from interactive investor |

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A week after Tesco published its Q1 results, arch-rival Sainsbury's issues a crucial three-month report. There’s also widely-watched US jobs data in a what is a four-day week on Wall Street.

Monday 29 June

Trading statements 

GB Group, Distil, John Wood Group, Harworth, Draper Esprit, Porvair, Anglo-Eastern Plantations, Hunting         


Chesterfield Resources, Lookers, Volvere, John Wood Group, Centamin, Predator Oil & Gas, Hawkwing, Mereo Biopharma, Baron Oil, Bonhill Group, Synairgen, Victoria Oil & Gas, WANdisco, Harwoth, Mears, Witan Pacific Investment Trust, IQE, BlackRock Latin American Investment Trust, Anglo-Eastern Plantations

Tuesday 30 June

Trading statements 

On the Beach, Driver Group, CloudCoCo, D4T4 Solutions, Walker Greenback, Aseana Properties, NextEnergy Solar Fund, SysGroup, SIG, Civitas Social Housing


Xtract Resources, LSL Property Services, Metal Tiger, Henry Boot, Oilex, Gunsynd, ASA International, Keystone Law, Maintel Holdings, Gulf Marine, W Resources, Ingenta, Good Energy, SIG, Prospex Oil & Gas, 4d Pharma, Reach4entertainment, Fox Marble Group, GYG, Impellam Group, Petropavlovsk, ATTRAQT Group, Safestay, i3 Energy, Universe Group, Trans-Siberian Gold, Robinson, Cobra Resources, Keller Group, Asiamet Resources, Centaur Media, Allied Minds

Wednesday 1 July

Trading statements 

Enteq Upsteam, Sainsbury’s, Topps Tiles, Costain Group


Third Point Offshore Investors

Thursday 2 July

Companies that begin trading without the right to the latest dividend include National Grid and Homeserve.

Trading statements 

DS Smith, Associated British Foods, Meggitt



Friday 3 July

Nothing of note in the diary

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