Reporting calendar – August 2022

Reporting calendar – August 2022

The team at Montgomery have a busy month ahead with the August reporting season upon us. Over the coming weeks companies will provide a flood of new information for the market to pore over.

For our readers and investors keen to know who’s reporting when, we have provided a link to a reporting calendar below. As a recession in many developed economies slowly becomes the consensus view, I would expect many analysts to belatedly downgrade their earnings forecast for Fiscal 2023. While a lot of this information has been anticipated by the share market, the companies’ results will make for interesting reading.

Download the reporting calendar


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  1. What is even MORE interesting is the lack of companies that have come out publicly (at least on the news) and pre-emptively said “we’re going to miss our forecasts”.

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