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Company Announcements Week Commencing 3rd July 2017

Monday 3rd –

  • (Trading Update) Clarkson

Tuesday 4th –

  • (Half/Quarterly Earnings) St Modwen Properties

Wednesday 5th –

  • (Half/Quarterly Earnings) Ocado
  • (Trading Update) Persimmon, Booker, Topps Tiles, McCarthy & Stone

Thursday 6th –

  • (Full Year Earnings) Super Group
  • (Trading Update) Associated British Foods, Ferrexpo, easyJet, Bovis Homes, Centamin, Rentokil, Great Portland Estates

Friday 7th –

  • (Trading Update) Dunelm, AVEVA


Ex- Dividends This Week

100 –

Next, Burberry

250 –

TalkTalk, Dairy Crest, Homeserve, Paragon, AVEVA, Entertainment One, Pennon, Workspace Group, Telecom Plus


Economic Reports

Monday 3rd –

  • 9.30am – UK mfg PMI (June): expected to fall to 56.4 from 56.7.
  • 10am – eurozone employment rate (May): expected to hold at 9.3%.

Tuesday 4th –

  • 9.30am – UK construction PMI (June): forecast to fall to 55.8 from 56.

Wednesday 5th –

  • 2.45pm – China Caixin services PMI (June): expected to fall to 52.4 from 52.8.
  • 9.30am – UK services PMI (June): expected to fall to 53.4 from 53.8.
  • 10am – eurozone retail sales (May): expected to see a rise of 0.3% MoM and 2.6% YoY, from 0.1% and 2.5% respectively.
  • 7pm – FOMC minutes: these should give a more detailed explanation of the thinking behind the June rate increase.

Thursday 6th –

  • 1.15pm – US ADP employment report (June): delayed by a day due to the Independence Day holiday, expected to see 230K jobs created after 253K a month earlier.
  • 1.30pm – US trade balance (May), initial jobless claims: expected to see deficit narrow to $45 billion from $47.6 billion, claims forecast to fall to 243K from 244K.

Friday 7th –

  • 9.30am – UK trade balance (May): deficit forecast to narrow to £1.8 billion from £2.05 billion.
  • 1.30pm – US employment data (June): non-farm payrolls expected to see 183K jobs created from 138K a month earlier, while average hourly earnings expected to rise 0.3% from 0.2%, and the unemployment rate remains at 4.3%. 



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