PC World and Currys owner Dixons Retail is set to deliver another solid update on Thursday following a resurgent full-year performance that saw it switch from "survivor to winner".
The group delivered a 15% hike in underlying profits for the year to April 30 as it benefited from the collapse of competitors such as Comet.
Its prospects amid the UK housing market revival will also be in sharp focus as experts predict its sales of white goods will be boosted by a buoyant property sector.
Financial services firm Hargreaves Lansdown is set to notch up yet more records when it posts half-year figures on Wednesday.
The Bristol-based company is expected to report half-year profits at an all time high thanks to surging growth in assets under administration.
James Hamilton, analyst at Numis Securities, is pencilling in a 26% hike in profits to a record £193.1m, driven by a 37% rise in assets under administration.
Transport group Go-Ahead expects to rev up earnings from its bus division when it announces full-year results on Thursday.
The operator is aiming to increase operating profits from its buses from £70m to £100m by 2015/16 at a time when its rail business is plagued by uncertainty and higher-than-expected costs.
In a trading update earlier this year it said revenues from the division were expected to be up 4% outside London and by 6.5% in the capital.