Weekly earnings calendar w/c 7 November 2016

Find out more about this week's important market events and view our key company earnings schedule.

Find out more about this week's important market events and view our key company earnings schedule.

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Will HSBC’s results prove a blessing or a curse?
Monday: Expectations are high that HSBC, which has performed well since the Brexit vote due to its much larger overseas exposure, will follow its peers in reporting a decent performance in its fixed income division. While it’s been one of the outperformers in the sector this year, the slowdown in China hurt profits in the first half.

Will results from Marriott and Caesars entertain investors?
Monday
Marriot Hotels reports earnings for the first time since acquiring rival Starwood, while Caesars Entertainment’s Q3 results are likely to be marred by disputes between private equity groups over its debt restructuring.

Can earnings from MGM & Disney follow the script?
Monday & Thursday
: While streaming and internet subscription has up-ended the entertainment industry, Verizon's purchase of HBO-owner Time Warner has set the tone for this week’s media earnings from Walt Disney and MGM.

China exports expected to remain weak
Tuesday
: This week we'll get another snapshot of the Chinese economy, and while it remains too early to tell whether a manufacturing rebound is sustainable, October's trade data should provide an indication as to whether China is moving in the right direction.

See why China's economy is expected to stay depressed >​

Is UK manufacturing on the up?
Tuesday
: The manufacturing sector was a significant underperformer in the most recent UK Q3 GDP numbers. Recent PMI data has pointed to a significant improvement in economic activity and this should start to be reflected in the latest official data, pointing to an improvement in the outlook for the UK economy.

UK retailers continue to expand product range
Tuesday & Wednesday
: Two of Britain’s best known retailers, Marks & Spencer and Sainsbury’s, report this week. It’s the tale of a clothes shop that gets its profits from food sales and a supermarket which is focusing more on clothing and other non-grocery sales. 

Read an analysis of each company's outlook >

Punch Taverns fights back
Tuesday
: The UK’s pub chains have had a tough time recently, but it looks like there’s evidence of a turnaround in the last three months. Punch Taverns appears to be making progress, having sold off its underperforming assets, while its themed pub tie-up with Harry Ramsden’s appears to be reaping benefits.

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Selected UK & US company earnings schedule

Monday 7 November Results
Align Technology (US) Q3
AMC Entertainment (US) Q3
Caesars Entertainment (US) Q3
Colony Starwood Homes (US) Q3
e2v technologies (UK) Half-year
Hertz Global (US) Q3
Horizon Pharma (US) Q3
HSBC (UK) Q3
Live Nation Entertainment (US) Q3
Marriott International (US) Q3
MGM Resorts International (US) Q3
Nevro (US) Q3
Oasis Petroleum (US) Q3
ON Semiconductor (US) Q3
Rockwell Automation (US) Q4
Sysco (US) Q1
WestRock (US) Q4
Tuesday 8 November Results
Associated British Foods (UK) Full-year
AVEVA Group (UK) Half-year
BowLeven (UK) Full-year
Imperial Brands (UK) Full-year
Marks & Spencer (UK) Half-year
Punch Taverns (UK) Full-year
Trifast (UK) Half-year
TripAdvisor (US) Q3
Wednesday 9 November Results
Arrow Global (UK) Q3
Burberry (UK) Half-year
Flybe (UK) Half-year
Sainbury's (UK) Half-year
Scottish & Southern Energy (SSE) (UK) Half-year
Shake Shack (US) Q3
Sophos (UK) Half-year
SunPower (US) Q3
Viacom (US) Q4
Wendy's (US) Q3
Workspace Group (UK) Half-year
Thursday 10 November Results
3i (UK) Half-year
AstraZeneca (UK) Q3
Auto Trader (UK) Half-year
Dairy Crest (UK) Half-year
Halfords (UK) Half-year
Kohl's (US) Q3
Macy's (US) Q3
Michael Kors (US) Q2
National Grid (UK) Half-year
Nordstrom (US) Q3
Ralp Lauren (US) Q2
Wincanton (UK) Half-year
Walt Disney (US) Q4
Young & Co's Brewery (UK) Half-year
Friday 11 November Results
No major announcements scheduled  

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

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