Weekly earnings calendar w/c 25 July 2016

View the week's key company earnings schedule and important stories to look out for.

View the top 7 stories to watch (25-29 July) and our key company earnings schedule.

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Is the property sector recovering from Brexit?

Earnings from property portal Rightmove, London estate agent Foxtons and housebuilder Taylor Wimpey could reveal whether the recent post-Brexit exodus of capital from property funds will continue.

Will US tech giants make a comeback in Q2?

Tech giants Apple, Twitter, Facebook, Amazon and Google-owner Alphabet report Q2 earnings this week. While they haven't led the rebound in stock markets, Q2 earnings season could be a turning point.

Is oil on the up?

Earnings from oil majors BP, Exxon and Chevron are likely to be down year-over-year, but the rebound in oil prices to $50 per barrel could translate to improvements later in 2016.

How is tourism being affected by terrorism?

The latest earnings from hotels and airlines including Hilton and British Airways owner International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG) could reveal whether the sell-off after recent terrorist attacks in Europe and the failed coup in Turkey was justified.

Why UK banks are in the red

The threat of negative interest rates has sent investors scurrying to get out of banking stocks like Barclays and Lloyds (who both report this week). Will the BoE create a better environment for banks?

Will we see healthy pharmaceuticals earnings?

Q2 earnings from the likes of GlaxoSmithKline, AstraZeneca and Smith & Nephew could pave the way for the next round of mergers in the pharmaceuticals arena, following a cautious 2016 thus far.

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Selected company earnings (25-29 July) Monday 25 July Results Hammerson (UK) Half-year Kimberly-Clark Corp (US) Q2 Sprint Corp (US) Q1 Texas Instruments (US) Q2 Tungsten Corp (UK) Full-year Tuesday 26 July Results 3M Co (US) Q2 Akamai Technologies (US) Q2 Apple (US) Q3 B/E Aerospace (US) Q2 BP (UK) Half-year Capital & Counties Properties (UK) Half-year Caterpillar (US) Q2 Citrix Systems (US) Q2 Croda (UK) Half-year Drax Group (UK) Half-year Fevertree Drinks (UK) Half-year Games Workshop Group (UK) Full-year GKN (UK) Half-year Jardine Lloyd (UK) Half-year Juniper Networks (US) Q2 Man Group (UK) Half-year Match Group (US) Q2 McDonald's (US) Q2 Provident Financial (UK) Half-year PZ Cussons (UK) Full-year Segro (UK) Half-year T Rowe Price (US) Q2 Twitter (US) Q2 Tyman (UK) Half-year Under Armour (US) Q2 Unite (UK) Half-year United Technologies Corp (US) Q2 Verizon Communications (US) Q2 Virgin Money Holdings (UK) Half-year Wednesday 27 July Results ARM Holdings (UK) Half-year Boeing (US) Q2 Capita (UK) Half-year Cirrus Logic (US) Q1 Coca-Cola (US) Q2 Dignity (UK) Half-year Equifax (US) Q2 Facebook (US) Q2 FDM Group Holdings (UK) Half-year GlaxoSmithKline (UK) Half-year Goodyear Tire & Rubber (US) Q2 Hilton Worldwide (US) Q2 ITV (UK) Half-year Jupiter Fund Management (UK) Half-year Lancashire Holdings (UK) Half-year Marriott International (US) Q2 McColl's Retail Group (UK) Half-year Metro Bank (UK) Half-year Morgan Advanced Materials (UK) Half-year Primary Health Properties (UK) Half-year Rathbone Brothers (UK) Half-year Renishaw (UK) Full-year Rightmove (UK) Half-year Rockwell Automation (US) Q3 Shawbrook Group (UK) Half-year Staffline Group (UK) Half-year St Jame's Place (UK) Half-year Taylor Wimpey (UK) Half-year Tullow Oil (UK) Half-year Whole Foods Market (US) Q3 Thursday 28 July Results Alphabet (US) Q2 Amazon (US) Q2 Anglo American (UK) Half-year AstraZeneca (UK) Half-year BAE Systems (UK) Half-year Bodycote (UK) Half-year British American Tobacco (UK) Half-year BT Group (UK) Q1 CBS (US) Q2 Centrica (UK) Half-year Colgate-Palmolive (US) Q2 Countrywide (UK) Half-year Diageo (UK) Full-year Domino's Pizza Group (UK) Half-year Ensco (UK) Half-year Expedia (US) Q2 Fifth Third Bancorp (US) Q2 Ford Motors (US) Q2 Genel Energy (UK) Q2 Global Payments (US) Q4 Harley-Davidson (US) Q2 Henderson Group (UK) Half-year Hershey (US) Q2 Inchcape (UK) Half-year Informa (UK) Half-year International Game Technology  (US) Q2 International Personal Finance (UK) Half-year Intu Properties (UK) Half-year Invesco (US) Q2 Just Eat (UK) Half-year Lear Corp (US) Q2 Lloyds Banking Group (UK) Half-year Marathon Petroleum (US) Q2 MasterCard (US) Q2 Merlin Entertainments (UK) Half-year National Express Group (UK) Half-year Pinnacle Foods (US) Q2 Premier Oil (UK) Half-year RELX (UK) Half-year Rentokil Initial (UK) Half-year Rexam (UK) Half-year Robert Walters (UK) Half-year Rolls-Royce Holdings (UK) Half-year S&P Global (US) Q2 Schroders (UK) Half-year Sky (UK) Full-year Smith & Nephew (UK) Half-year Spectris (UK) Half-year Spectrum Brands Holdings (US) Q3 Vesuvius (UK) Half-year Weir Group (UK) Half-year Western Digital (US) Q4 Friday 29 July Results Barclays (UK) Half-year Berendsen (UK) Half-year Cabot Oil & Gas (US) Q2 Chevron Corp (US) Q2 Essentra (UK) Half-year Exxon Mobil (US) Q2 Foxtons (UK) Half-year Host Hotels & Resorts (US) Q2 IMI (UK) Half-year Indivior (UK) Half-year International Consolidated Airlines Group (UK) Half-year Laird (UK) Half-year Pearson (UK) Half-year Reckitt Benckiser Group (UK) Half-year UBM (UK) Half-year United Parcel Service (US) Q2 Xerox (US) Q2

Company announcements are subject to change. All the events listed above were correct at the time of writing.

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