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The Company Diary lists all the key dates in the market results, dividend payments, announcements and more.

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  • Friday preview: Eurozone and US flash PMIs to give early GDP growth reading

    Thursday 22 Jun 2017

    (ShareCast News) - The UK corporate diary is all but empty on Friday, with most financial events happening away on foreign shores, with first 'flash' readings of June surveys for the eurozone and US.

  • Thursday preview: CBI survey to ease, Saga and Chemring report

    Wednesday 21 Jun 2017

    (ShareCast News) - Thursday should be a quieter day on the UK financial calendar, with the CBI industrial trends survey providing macroeconomic data and little in the way of scheduled results apart from updates from mid-sized names including Saga, Chemring and Go-Ahead Group.

  • Wednesday preview: Queen's speech worth watching, Whitbread reports

    Tuesday 20 Jun 2017

    (ShareCast News) - The Queen's speech to open parliament will dominate the news in the UK on Wednesday, while the financial calendar includes public sector borrowing data and results from Whitbread and Berkeley.

  • Tuesday preview: Chancellor and BoE Governor to deliver delayed speeches

    Monday 19 Jun 2017

    (ShareCast News) - Chancellor Philip Hammond and Bank of England Governor Mark Carney are due to deliver their delayed Mansion House speeches on Tuesday, while company news includes updates from Wolseley and N Brown.

  • Friday preview: Loss of confidence in Tesco ahead of Q1 update

    Thursday 15 Jun 2017

    (ShareCast News) - After busy week, Friday sees a quieter day on the UK business calendar, with a Tesco trading statement the highlight for investors, while a Bank of Japan announcement and eurozone inflation data will keep macro wonks interested as the fallout from UK and US central banks continues to be digested.

  • Thursday preview: Carney decides, Hammond speaks, Drax updates

    Wednesday 14 Jun 2017

    (ShareCast News) - Thursday's Bank of England announcement is not expected to see any change to monetary policy, even though spiking inflation is putting pressure on consumer spending, though a later speech from Chancellor Philip Hammond could see some comment on wider economic policy and Brexit strategy.

  • Wednesday preview: Fed 'dovish undertones' debated, UK wages stagnating

    Tuesday 13 Jun 2017

    (ShareCast News) - Wednesday's US central bank announcement will be an event of global significance, though in the UK the scrutiny earlier in the day will be on wage and employment data amid the new four-year inflationary high.

  • Tuesday preview: CPI inflation expected to soften, Ashtead reports

    Monday 12 Jun 2017

    (ShareCast News) - While Theresa May continues talks with her potential Northern Irish kingmakers, inflation data will be published on Tuesday that is expected to be largely unchanged, while a few companies report results including Ashtead, Crest Nicholson and Halma.

  • Friday preview: Election results to set the scene, industrial data due

    Thursday 08 Jun 2017

    (ShareCast News) - Unless there is a hung parliament, Friday's fairly quiet business calendar will be full of the economic and financial analysis of the election result, with some industrial and trade data thrown in.

  • Thursday preview: UK votes as market eyes Comey drama and dovish Draghi

    Wednesday 07 Jun 2017

    (ShareCast News) - After several days of calm before the storm, analysts and traders are looking forward to what they've dubbed Super Thursday, as a confluence of political and economic events is likely to lead to a big spike in volatility.

  • Wednesday preview: Last day of polling, ECB growth confirmation, house prices

    Tuesday 06 Jun 2017

    (ShareCast News) - Wednesday is the last day of political campaigning before the UK general election, with low hum of business news to keep the rest of the market ticking over.

  • Tuesday preview: FX traders eye opinion polls, AO World reports

    Monday 05 Jun 2017

    (ShareCast News) - Tuesday will see further opinion polls as the countdown to Thursday's UK general election rolls over, while some second-line macroeconomic and company diary items keep investors ticking over.

  • Friday preview: Non-farm payrolls to seal US rate hike decision

    Thursday 01 Jun 2017

    (ShareCast News) - Friday this week is non-farm payrolls day, with very little in the way of corporate news on the UK calendar.

  • Thursday preview: UK and US manufacturing data, Johnson Matthey, FirstGroup

    Wednesday 31 May 2017

    (ShareCast News) - A week before the general election and after a televised multi-party debate, political news will dominate the domestic agenda on Thursday 1 June, even if UK and US manufacturing data wildly veer away from expectations.

  • Wednesday preview: BoE money and credit report, euro inflation, IG update

    Tuesday 30 May 2017

    (ShareCast News) - Wednesday is a muted day in the business diary, with little major company news and a sprinkling of second-line economic data that will a give further reading on the consumer environment at home and over the channel, plus the Beige Book stateside.

  • Friday preview: Major US data due - but Fed looking further forward

    Thursday 25 May 2017

    (ShareCast News) - There's little on the London corporate calendar ahead of the long weekend, with two big data releases Stateside in the form of revised first quarter gross domestic product and durable goods orders - both offering the potential to move markets if they deviate much from forecasts.

  • Thursday preview: UK GDP, Halfords, Qinetiq, B&M

    Wednesday 24 May 2017

    (ShareCast News) - Following a quiet week for UK data, Thursday will allow economists to get their teeth into more granular detail about the consumer backdrop, with the second release of gross domestic product for the first-quarter, plus the index of services and results from companies including Halford, United Utilities and QinetiQ.

  • Wednesday preview: Retail display as Marks, Dixons, Kingfisher all report

    Tuesday 23 May 2017

    (ShareCast News) - Wednesday will see three big UK retail groups reports results: Marks & Spencer, Dixons Carphone and B&Q owner Kingfisher; while the focus Stateside will be on GDP and meeting minutes from the Federal Reserve.

  • Tuesday preview: Severn Trent, eOne, Shaftesbury, Aveva

    Monday 22 May 2017

    (ShareCast News) - In a fairly quiet day for economic data, between the latest election campaign u-turns and soundbites grab the headlines, companies scheduled to report results include water company Severn Trent and Peppa Pig producer Entertainment One.

  • Friday preview: Hikma has chance to 'refocus'

    Thursday 18 May 2017

    (ShareCast News) - Outside of Iran, where citizens head to the polls to pick the next president, Friday should be very quiet on the macroeconomic front and fairly relaxed on the company news calendar, though Hikma Pharmaceuticals has a chance to reassure investors after its recent US regulatory disappointment.

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