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Business diary: Thursday April 27

The main events scheduled for the days ahead

27th April, 2017
Friday July 7

Thursday April 27

AIB annual meeting

Ardagh first quarter results

CRH annual meeting

Donegal Investment Group half-year results

Kingspan trading update and annual meeting

First quarter overseas travel from the CSO

Figures on foreign direct investment from the CSO

ECB meeting on rates

Amazon first quarter results

Intel first quarter results

Microsoft first quarter results

Friday April 28

Bank of Ireland trading statement and annual meeting

Mincon annual meeting

April euro zone inflation estimate

March retail sales from the CSO

March private sector credit from the Central Bank

Saturday April 29

EU leaders meet to discuss Brexit



Monday May 1

Bank holiday

Tuesday May 2

April Investec manufacturing PMI

April euro zone PMI

April UK PMI

Wednesday May 3

Paddy Power Betfair trading statement

April Exchequer figures

US Federal Reserve rates decision

Thursday May 4

Kerry Group first-quarter results

April Investec services PMI

April euro zone services PMI

April UK services PMI

Friday May 5

Smurfit Kappa first quarter results

Aer Lingus owner IAG reports first quarter results

Sunday May 7

French presidential election second round


Monday May 8

Tuesday May 9

IFG shareholder meeting

Vintners’ Federation of Ireland annual meeting

Wednesday May 10

Permanent TSB trading update and annual meeting

Thursday May 11

Bank of England rates meeting

CSO publishes figures on population distribution and movements from Census 2016

Friday May 12

ACI World Congress takes place in Dublin’s Convention Centre

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