Turbulent times ahead for UK finance?

As global growth slows and consumer confidence takes a hit due to soaring inflation, how will UK banks respond as they post Q2 earnings?

  • Reports start on July 27 with Lloyds
  • Take a position on Barclays, HSBC, Lloyds and NatWest
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Turbulent times ahead for UK finance?


As global growth slows and consumer confidence takes a hit due to soaring inflation, how will UK banks respond as they post Q2 earnings?

  • Reports start on July 27 with Lloyds
  • Take a position on Barclays, HSBC, Lloyds and NatWest
  • Trade earnings season with an award-winning provider

    What to expect this earnings season from UK banks

    Stagflation, energy price hikes and a cost-of-living crisis are at the forefront of many UK consumers and companies’ minds as the world emerges from the pandemic crisis. With consumer confidence at its lowest ebb in years, coupled with a squeeze on household finances, banks are braced for testing times ahead. But what do Q2 results hold in store for UK retail banks?

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    Key dates

    Earnings release date (est)

    27 July 2022

    Lloyds

    28 July 2022

    Barclays

    29 July 2022

    NatWest

    1 August 2022

    HSBC Holdings Inc.

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