Monday 25 July
- -First-quarter outcomes from Vodafone
- -German Ifo enterprise local weather index
- -Belgian Courbe Synthetique enterprise sentiment index
- -In Europe, quarterly outcomes from Philips
- -Within the US, quarterly outcomes from NXP Semiconductor, Newmont Mining and Whirlpool
Tuesday 26 July
- -Full-year outcomes from insolvencies specialist Video games Workshop
- -First-half outcomes from Unilever and Sabre Insurance coverage
- -Buying and selling statements from Compass, Easyjet, Wickes, Mitie and Greencore
Amid employees shortages, air visitors management delays and elevated flight turnarounds, Easyjet is anticipated to announce additional capability downgrades on prime of the lowered 87% steering in its Q3 replace.
“Easyjet operates a low-cost enterprise mannequin with small margin for error. Its reliance on one of many worst impacted airports in Europe, Gatwick, has added extra stress to operations not as extensively seen by its opponents based mostly out of much less constrained airports,” stated Hargreaves Lansdown fairness analysis assistant Charlie Williams.
Though it stays properly lined in opposition to rising gas prices, with round 71% hedged within the second half, Williams factors out passenger fares might be unable to offset rising prices heading into the winter months.
- -US Case-Shiller home worth index
- -US Convention Board client confidence index
- -In Europe, quarterly outcomes from LVMH, UBS, Deutsche Boerse and Puma
- -Within the US, quarterly outcomes from Microsoft, Alphabet, Visa, Coca-Cola, McDonald’s, UPS, Texas Devices, Mondelez, 3M, Normal Electrical and Normal
Wednesday 27 July
- -First-half outcomes from Lloyds
“Analysts could maintain banging on about how larger rates of interest and a steeper yield curve are each good for the online curiosity margins and earnings of the large banks, however their share costs usually are not budging,” stated AJ Bell funding director Russ Mould and monetary analyst Danni Hewson, who level out Lloyds’ shares have misplaced a 3rd of their worth prior to now 12 months. Even £2.1bn in share buybacks and £11.8bn in dividends have did not sweeten the deal.
Considerations over the delicate state of the UK financial system, a slowdown within the housing market and a rise in unhealthy mortgage losses are doubtless contributors to shareholder pessimism.
Lloyds is anticipated to generate a pre-tax revenue of £3.2bn within the first half of 2022, down from £3.9bn a 12 months in the past. Although the FTSE 100 financial institution wrote again a few of its mortgage provisions through the pandemic in 2020, analysts are forecasting a £388m loss for H1 2022.
However it’s anticipated to lift its first half dividend from 0.65p to 0.73p, bringing the complete 12 months dividend to 2.33p a share or £1.6bn.
- -First-half outcomes from Lloyds, British American Tobacco, GSK, Smurfit Kappa, Rio Tinto, Reckitt Benckiser, Unite and Ibstock
- -Buying and selling statements from Fresnillo and Wizz Air
- -US Federal Reserve rate of interest choice
With inflation steadily on the rise, markets are pricing in additional aggressive motion from the Federal Reserve. In response to the CME Fedwatch service, there’s a 70% probability of a 75 foundation factors improve to 2.50% at its July assembly and a 30% of a full one-point hike. By the tip of 2022 the market is placing a 90% chance on the Fed Funds price reaching not less than 3.50%.
Plans for the Fed to speed up its steadiness sheet discount from $47.5bn a month to $95bn a month, come September, additionally seem set in stone.
However markets are beginning to worth in rate of interest cuts for 2023, following predictions the US will enter a technical recession within the second quarter of this 12 months, stated Mould and Hewson.
“The day after the Fed’s choice, the US Bureau for Financial Evaluation will launch its first estimate for Q2 GDP and, in accordance with the Atlanta Fed’s GDP Now survey, this might present an annualised price of decline of 1.6%, mirroring the 1.6% fall in Q1,” they stated.
- -US sturdy items orders
- -US pending properties gross sales
- -US oil inventories
- -In Asia, quarterly outcomes from SK Hynix and UMC
- -In Europe, quarterly outcomes from Airbus, Kering, Daimler, BASF, Common Music, Danone, Deutsche Financial institution and Credit score Suisse
- -Within the US, quarterly outcomes from Meta Platforms, Qualcomm, Bristol Myers-Squibb, Boeing, LAM Analysis, Ford, Kraft Heinz, Spotify and United Leases
Thursday 28 July
- -First-half outcomes from Anglo American
Since peaking at £41.70 in April, Anglo American’s shares have reversed all their positive aspects, as the costs of key commodities – corresponding to nickel, copper and iron – have come crashing again to earth amid fears of an impending recession.
“Anglo’s publicity to a various vary of metals hasn’t been in a position to assist, such is the widespread nature of the commodity decline,” stated Matt Britzman, fairness analyst at Hargreaves Lansdown.
“There have, nonetheless, been some Anglo-specific points too. In April, it was reported that manufacturing over the primary quarter was 10% decrease than final 12 months, impacted by employees illness and excessive rainfall.”
Along with the manufacturing steering downgrade, prices are additionally anticipated to be 9% larger.
Britzman added: “On a optimistic word, after 4 years of laborious work the Quellaveco mission in Peru produced its first copper focus. Commentary is awaited on when industrial operations are more likely to start, with a couple of regulatory hurdles nonetheless to beat.”
- -First-half outcomes from Shell, Smith & Nephew, Segro, Barclays, Centrica, ITV, Metro Financial institution, Nationwide Specific, Foxtons, RELX, Rentokil Preliminary and Robert Walters
- -Buying and selling statements from BT, Aveva, Sage and CVS Group
- -German inflation figures
- -US Q2 GDP progress (first estimate)
- -US weekly unemployment claims
- -In Asia, quarterly outcomes from Samsung Electronics, Prada, Baidu
- -In Europe, quarterly outcomes from Nestle, L’Oreal, TotalEnergies, Sanofi, ABInBev, Volkswagen, Schneider, Banco Santander, STMicroelectronics, Stellantis and Arcelor Mittal
- -Within the US, quarterly outcomes from Apple, Amazon.com, Mastercard, Pfizer, Comcast, Intel, Caterpillar, Hershey, Warner Brothers Discovery, Pinterest and KLA-Tencor
Apple posted its finest quarterly income progress within the three months to 25 December, with gross sales climbing 11% to $123.9bn. However the macro image has darkened since then, with a recession on the horizon.
Hargreaves’ Williams stated: “Apple beforehand stated it expects a $4bn-$8bn hit to gross sales as provide chain disruption and weaker demand in China weigh on efficiency. Whereas we’re cautiously optimistic that headwind determine will sit on the decrease finish, persevering with disruptions can shortly alter that.”
Analysts might be watching to see if client demand for Apple’s merchandise, together with the brand new iPhone scheduled to launch later this 12 months, will maintain up amid larger inflation and the cost-of-living squeeze.
“Apple aren’t resistant to rising prices,” stated Williams. “With manufacturing unit closures and transport prices rising, we might be maintaining a tally of how this has impacted working earnings.”
Friday 29 July
- -First-half outcomes from Astrazeneca, Natwest, Customary Chartered, Rightmove, Croda, Intertek, Worldwide Consolidated Airways and Drax
- Preliminary full-year outcomes from Diageo
- -German unemployment
- -UK mortgage approvals
- -EU inflation
- -US PCE index
- -In Europe, quarterly outcomes from Hermes, BNP Paribas, ENI, Swedish Match and Renault
- -Within the US, quarterly outcomes from ExxonMobil, Procter & Gamble, Chevron and ConocoPhillips