Weekly Reports | Jul 16 2021
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By Greg Peel
The local quarterly reporting season steps up a gear next week, with production reports due from BHP Group ((BHP)), South32 ((S32)), Evolution Mining ((EVN)) Newcrest Mining ((NCM)) and Santos ((STO)), among others.
Ampol ((ALD)) will update its plans for the Lytton refinery.
In a case of seriously jumping the gun, Cimic Group ((CIM)) will open the “August” result season. There are a handful of results due the following week, until the season begins to ramp up in August proper.
Economically, we’ll see a preliminary reading for June retail sales, but like yesterday’s June jobs numbers, will be rendered redundant by this month’s lockdowns.
Friday sees flash estimates of July PMIs from across the globe.
The US will see see data for housing market sentiment, housing starts and existing home sales.
The ECB holds a policy meeting.
Japan is closed on Thursday and Friday.
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