Economic knowledge: France is to launch gross home product and inflation figures in the present day, whereas Germany is about to publish inflation numbers and Spain is to replace GDP progress.
Earnings: UK lender NatWest studies first-half outcomes in the present day, after it was embroiled in a dispute with British broadcaster Nigel Farage, who was “debanked” by NatWest subsidiary Coutts allegedly due to his political beliefs. Air France-KLM and IAG, which owns British Airways, Iberia and Vueling, report second-quarter figures. Other main firms releasing outcomes embody French consultancy Capgemini, Anglo-Swedish drug big AstraZeneca, UK luxurious automotive maker Aston Martin Lagonda, French telecoms operator Bouygues and Italian power main Eni.
Industrial motion: A four-day strike by 450 employees at the UK’s Gatwick airport begins in the present day in a dispute over pay.
Cowes Week: The world’s largest and longest-running worldwide crusing regatta begins on the UK’s Isle of Wight on Saturday.
Russia’s Navy Day: The nation will show its naval warships, weaponry and plane on Sunday.