Nick Raynor is an investment adviser at retail stockbroker, The Share Centre, having been there since 2002. Nick has over 11 years’ experience in personal finance. Nick is regularly asked to offer his insight on a wide range of financial matters to the UK media for papers including The Times and The Daily Telegraph. He provides weekly share comment to several regional newspapers, as well as finance-based websites such as MoneyExtra.com. He gives his thoughts on what to expect from companies announcing results w/c 7 June 2010.

 

Monday

Majestic Wine (LON:MJW) (preliminary results) - With the summer months approaching we would hope to see a good start to the new financial year as well as positive figures from the last 12 months. With the World Cup imminent this could give a pleasant boost to sales, however having already suggested that results would be at the upper end of analysts expectations, anything less will be a disappointment. We do not currently hold a view on Majestic wine

Tuesday

Tesco (LON:TSCO)  (interim management statement) -  Sir Terry Leahy may have announced his retirement, but the goliath that is Tesco’s will carry on and a short trading update will no doubt confirm this. Tesco has large overseas exposure and with Sterling suffering recent weakness this should give a boost to earnings, not that Tesco needs it. We expect another set of solid figures and can see no reason why we would change our ‘buy’ recommendation. We currently list Tesco as a BUY.

Wednesday 

Sainsbury (J) (LON:SBRY) (Q1 trading statement) - To compete with Tesco Sainburys will have to produce something special we feel, however investors may not be totally interested in the figures. Investors will be looking for signs to see if there has been or will be any further interest from the Qatari Investment company that made a bid previously back in 2007. If not it will still be interesting to see how they have fared against other supermarkets over the last three months. We currently list Sainsburys as a HOLD.

Stobart Group (LON:STOB) (interim management statement) - Stobart Group has signed a number of contracts so far this year and the development of its Southend project is going well. We expect this update to contain further good news which should provide a boost to shareholders. An…

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