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Earnings release date - any aggregated calendar?

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    The Office 365 data is from Refinitiv btw


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    @shri - can you make it easier for screenshots to pop-out to full-screen?

    Refinitiv does provide future estimates, multiple types in fact - analyst estimates and "smart estimates" - which come from a proprietary algorithm inclusive of analyst ratings accuracy (based on past performed) and other magic stuff.

    As far as CLP is concerned, the data in our system is based on preliminary data as the good stuff won't be released until August.
    This is a messy business - companies report kind of haphazardly and (at least for HK) there is no electronic standard established for publication of the data (translation, there is manual work involved) - having said that, for large caps like CLP, their financials will be in our system very shortly after they are published.

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    And, in terms of a calendar of events, yes there is

    Here's one for CLP
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    And here's a view for a portfolio
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    At this moment in time .. the best way to look at the image would be to right click and open in a new tab on chrome.

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    or something a bit more macro

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    - By the way, investing.com also has dates for next earnings. I used to have their app, no clue why I abandoned it.

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    https://www.investing.com/equities/power-assets

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    https://www.investing.com/equities/cki-holdings

    e.g. The date is a clickable link which gives some estimates. Not sure how good it is for stocks that are not actively covered by major institutions / analysts.

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    Isn't is easiest just to add six months from the date of the last earnings announcement to get your estimate for HK listed stocks?


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    Dividends can be paid any time, but there are rules regarding how soon after fiscal period end results need to be disclosed. Generally companies seem to work to very similar date to the previous year in my experience.

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    Just checking Power Assets

    2018 results released 20-Mar-2019
    2017 results released 16-Mar-2018
    2016 results released 21-Mar-2017
    2015 results released 16-Mar-2016


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    Random but related tangent on the predictability - announcement dates seem to be predictable to a certain degree.

    What is the deal however with long ex-date and then dividend payout delays from the announcement / earnings dates. Are the also as predictable? Have to say I've not looked at this and its not a burning issue at all, but its been something I've wondered about.


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