United Utilities, Intertek, Mitchells & Butlers, TalkTalk Group, and Tate & Lyle are all in the schedule for Thursday.
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Economists are expecting the consumer price index to be well below the recent growth in average earnings at around 1.8% year-on-year in April
The Day Ahead will bring trading updates from the likes of stores groups Halfords, Topps Tiles, and WH Smith
The Week Ahead will also bring news from power firm SSE and water groups Severn Trent and United Utilities, plus the latest UK inflation and retail sales numbers
The airline shocked the market last month, so investors will be looking for some reassurance in the interim report
Numbers from Countryside Properties, National Grid, and Wincanton will also be among Thursday's highlights.
Aside from the TUI numbers, blue-chip firms including DIY stores group Kingfisher, contract caterer Compass Group and credit checking firm Experian will also issue updates on Wednesday
Analysts at RBC Capital Markets are expecting the UK jobless rate to remain below 5% for a third successive month
The week ahead's highlights include updates from Burberry, Land Securities, British Land, Premier Foods, Experian, Kingfisher, Aston Martin, Dignity, Centrica, Thomas Cook, On the Beach and Countryside Properties.
Friday looks set to be filled with updates from travel companies, with hotelier Millennium & Copthorne and airport services group BBA Aviation joining airlines giant IAG
Thursday's preview includes BT Group, Superdry, Morrisons, Barratt Developments, and RSA Insurance.
Tobacco firm Imperial Brands and insurer Direct Line are also scheduled to report at the mid-point of the week
The week ahead includes updates from BT Group, Superdry, Morrisons, ITV, IAG, Barratt Developments, Direct Line, RSA Insurance and Imperial Brands
The day ahead includes first quarter earnings from HSBC and the all-important US non-farm payrolls report
On the corporate front there will be another big batch of blue-chip updates to digest, notably from oil major Shell and banking giant Lloyds
There’s a lot for investors to get their teeth into on Wednesday, with Sainsbury’s, GSK and Persimmon among the slew of companies reporting alongside Next