Get ready for the next earnings season where NZX-listed companies will be releasing their full-year and half-year results and their expectations ahead.
Kalkine’s reporting calendar gives a spot-on view to different analysts, traders and customers about the companies reporting dates and performance expectations ahead.
As the global economic outlook and vaccination rates continue to get better, NZ companies expect improved business conditions ahead. However, supply disruptions and lack of skilled labour remain significant challenges for firms putting inflationary pressures. In addition, companies are still cautious of the outlook ahead with renewed COVID-19 variants fuelling restrictions again in some countries showing that the risks from the virus have not subsided.
Amid this market mayhem, we bring you the August reporting calendar to help you make more informed decisions while helping you scan through the performance of your favourite NZX-listed companies.
Let’s hope for the best from the NZX companies. We are anticipating a group of strong NZX performers in the upcoming earning season.
|Date||Company Name||NZX Code||Reporting period||Business Outlook|
|16-Aug-21||Contact Energy Limited||CEN||FY21||Decarbonisation through Contact26, using more digitisation to improve operations and reducing fugitive emission costs are key priorities of the group|
|17-Aug-21||Mercury NZ Limited||MCY||FY21||Expects EBITDAF of NZ$460 million for FY21, down from NZ$520 million|
|18-Aug-21||Fletcher Building Limited||FBU||FY21||Expects EBIT to be in the range of $650 million to $665 million for FY21|
|19-Aug-21||Auckland International Airport Limited||AIA||FY21||Expects a loss after tax of between $35 million and $55 million for FY21|
|19-Aug-21||Skellerup Holdings Limited||SKL||FY21||Expects NPAT to a range of $37 to $39 million for FY21|
|20-Aug-21||Property for Industry Limited||PFI||H1 2021||Expects to declare cash dividends of at least 7.9cps for FY21|