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Company Reporting Dates, What is the best schedule for company reporting?
nipper
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Of the 65 companies that lodged their accounts on Monday (at the end of the reporting season), some 55 reported losses.

The biggest of them came from Singapore-based engineering group Koon Holdings, which announced a first-half losses of just under $50 million. It prompted a warning from its auditors Ernst & Young about the material uncertainty about Koon, with the firm noting “we have not been able to obtain sufficient information to complete our assessment” of the company’s ability to continue as a going concern.

Data analytics firm Invigor also copped an “emphasis of matter” warning from its auditors after it reported a first-half net loss of $8.9m, out from a loss of $3.6m a year earlier. Auditor Moore Stephens noted that Invigor’s current liabilities exceeded its current assets by $10.6m. "These events and conditions, along with other matters … indicate that a material uncertainty exists that may cast doubt on the group’s ability to continue as a going concern,” the auditor said.

Meat and dairy group Beston Global Food Company may have won the Christian Hansen Cup for best cheddar in Australia at the recent Dairy Industry Association of Australia awards, but still saw its full-year net loss blow out from $13m a year earlier to $27m. It blamed the loss primarily on tough conditions in the dairy industry and the severe impact of the drought, but also cited “significant increases in the price of power and insurance” and a write-off of some substandard mozzarella.

Three companies — Botai Technology, Aneka Tambang and Animoca Brands Corp — were suspended by the ASX for not filing their accounts.

A fourth, Kollokorn, was suspended “pending enquiries by ASX into the expected modified opinion” from Kollokorn’s auditor.

Hong Kong-based Mobile games company Animoca Brands Corp — the company behind games including Crazy Kings and Crazy Defense Heroes — filed its accounts soon after the suspension, detailing a half-year loss of $6.8m. Chief executive Robert Yung said he couldn’t be more pleased with what he said was an “unprecedented” first half.

Shareholder advocate Stephen Mayne, who compiled a list of the laggards, said the companies that filed late should be “particularly embarrassed about their efforts”. "All of these companies which waited until the last day and beyond to reveal their bad news should be ashamed of themselves for trying to hide bad news in what was an unseemly deluge of announcements,” Mr Mayne said.

Amid Monday’s stragglers were a couple of companies that delivered solid profits.

Universal Coal, which operates three coalmines in South Africa, announced a 137 per cent jump in full-year profit to $76.9m and a 1c-a-share final dividend.

And Alkane Resources, which owns the Tomingley goldmine in NSW, announced a $23.3m full-year




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Reporting season
The ASX reporting season cranks up another gear this week. More than 40 of the top 200 companies release results.

The key announcements include index heavyweights Telstra (Thursday), Wesfarmers (Wednesday) and CSL (Wednesday).

Last week was fairly solid with earnings on track for an almost 10 per cent growth, albeit propped up by the continued rebound in the resources sector.

Elsewhere on the corporate calendar the bank royal commission's hearings on the superannuation industry enters its second week.

Can it get worse for the banks and wealth managers? It remains the most compelling show in business.

Overseas, China's big data dump (Tuesday) is likely to point to weakness in the domestic economy, while US housing figures (Thursday) will be closely watched for brewing softness in the sector.

Monday
Bendigo & Adelaide Bank - FY profit & dividends likely edge up. Margins under pressure
BlueScope Steel - FY profit up 20pc to around $800 on stronger prices
JB HiFi - FY earnings should be in line with $230m guidance. Good Guys improving
Challenger - Likely to be slightly subdued, FY profit around $390m

Tuesday
Cochlear - Another solid year, guidance for $240-$250m profit. Forward sales & market share guidance important
Dominos Pizza - Earnings up around 20pc to $140m
Whitehaven Coal - Higher prices in the second half likely to see FY profit up 30pc to $580m
Computershare -Cost cutting & a busy corporate year likely to see FY profit up around 50pc to $340m
CSL - Has given guidance for a FY profit of $US1.7bn, up around 30pc

Wednesday
IAG - FY profit likely to edge above $1bn. Cost cutting an improving prices may boost outlook
Seek - Already issue a profit warning & written down value of offshore businesses
Wesfarmers - Profit likely to be softer, around $2.5bn. Update on Coles spin off
Iluka - First half profit likely to jump to $120m from $30m last year
Woodside - First half profit supported by higher oil prices, +50pc to $750m
ASX - FY profit up around 7pc to $460m
Origin - LNG exports and higher electricity margins likely to see FY profit double to $1bn
Seven West Media - Tough advertising market likely to see FY profit slide around 15pc to $140m

Thursday
Sonic Healthcare - FY profit around 10pc to $490m
Telstra - Tough year for the telco. Profit down 10pc to $3.5bn. Forward guidance & news on dividends important
Treasury Wine Estates - Another solid year, profit +20pc to $370m. Guidance focus on US & China
QBE - First half profit of around $360m rebounding strongly from the big loss in H2 2017

Friday
Primary Healthcare - Flat FY profit around $90m


http://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-08-12/wage...ection=business



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Reporting season commentary from Livewire
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With this in mind, we recently reached out to five Livewire contributors to find out which stocks' expectations are out of synch with reality.

https://www.livewiremarkets.com/wires/where...-s-got-it-wrong



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The Key Charts You Need for Australia's Earnings Season
By Tim Smith
August 6, 2018, 7:00 AM GMT+10
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/201...earnings-season



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Bell Potters August 2018 Reporting Season Calendar
https://www.bellpotteronline.com.au/smarter...g_2018_date.pdf





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blacksheep
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Key themes for reporting season
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To find out what investors should be watching closely this August, we reached out to five Livewire contributors to get their take on the key themes. Responses come from Chris Tan and Mark Christensen, Pegana; Alex Shevelev, Forager Funds; David Allingham, Eley Griffiths Group; John Ayoub, Wilson Asset Management and Stephen Evans, OC Funds.


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While quality industrial names typically perform well around their results we believe a small handful of over-owned, high growth, momentum names are vulnerable heading into results. As crowded trades, these stocks can see share price plunges when reality catches up with the hype. They are commonly referred to as "torpedo stocks" as they can take a portfolio down fast when the market is forced to reassess the company's "blue sky" potential and refocus on the fundamentals.

We think this reporting season will be about avoiding torpedos. WTC, CGC, ALU, APX, IEL, APT, NXT are all examples of good business but where valuations are looking stretched in the short-term.

https://www.livewiremarkets.com/wires/key-t...eporting-season



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blacksheep
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Although we're already halfway through the reporting season, here's a complete list, courtesy Bell Potter. FWIW, they also list their recommendations
REPORTING SEASON CALENDAR FEBRUARY 2018.

https://bellpotter.com.au/downloads/REPORTI...UARY%202018.pdf



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Billions in profits and losses, what did we really learn from earnings season?
Clancy Yeates Darren Gray Patrick Hatch Carolyn Cummins Lucy Battersby
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For the past month listed companies and their investors have been enthralled by the August earnings season.
The were some big winners, and big losers, surprises and puzzlers.
Here the BusinessDay reporting team take at some of the biggest sectors on the index to show who hit and who missed across banks, retail, mining, media and telcos, real estate, insurers and agribusiness .

http://www.theage.com.au/business/markets/...831-gy87rb.html
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The herd instinct among forecasters makes sheep look like independent thinkers. Edgar Fiedler

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Results season wraps up

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The August results season has been a largely underwhelming affair with profits being tabled so far showing there is a noticeable gap between Australia's listed companies and the broader business surveys conducted by the likes of NAB.

While more than half the "large-cap" companies have performed in line with expectations this season, roughly twice as many disappointed as exceeded expectations.

As well, on UBS figures while more than a third of companies have experienced an earnings downgrade of 3 per cent or more, only 10 per cent have seen an upgrade of 3 per cent or more.

Large-cap company profit outcome vs. market expectations

Results season Exceeded Missed In-line
August 2017 15pc 27pc 58pc
February 2017 25pc 18pc 57pc
Source: UBS

A rebound in the resources companies has masked weakness in other sectors, particularly telecommunications and insurance.

"While overall market [earnings] growth looks impressive at 17 per cent, the tailwind from commodities will be much less in 2018," UBS equity strategist David Cassidy said.

"The Australian listed corporate sector is doing 'OK' but the market still faces the relative headwind of a less dynamic earnings backdrop than currently playing out regionally and globally."

UBS's biggest large cap positive surprises from results season include:

Bendigo & Adelaide Bank
Flight Centre
Fortescue Metals Group
JB Hi-Fi
Origin Energy
Sydney Airport
And biggest negative surprises:

Bluescope Steel
Crown Limited
Domino's Pizza
Healthscope
IAG
QBE
Suncorp
Telstra
With around 90 per cent of large cap results tabled, only a few companies of note are left to report before the August 31 deadline.

Lend Lease (Monday), Caltex (Tuesday) and Ramsay Healthcare (Wednesday) are the biggest names.

However the most interesting stuff may be in results snuck out after close of business on Thursday and even more dubiously, late on Friday evening.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-08-27/this...ection=business




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August 2017 ASX reporting season

Skaffold’s reporting season calendar lists the most popular ASX companies reporting dates so you can keep track of results as they’re released to the stock exchange.

More than 60 per cent of stocks listed on the ASX will report their full year results in August and September 2017

http://www.skaffold.com/reporting-season-c...dar-august-2017




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