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The Week Ahead: June 3rd - 7th

Last week was a vacation week, but we are back this week.

Here is a brief overview of what to look for from the major companies reporting earnings this week:

Monday, June 3rd

GitLab (GTLB) - ★★★★ : This leading provider of DevOps software will report its Q1 results. Key metrics to watch are its revenue growth rate, growth in large customer counts, net revenue retention rate, and outlook for the rest of fiscal 2025. Investors will want to see continued strong demand for GitLab's collaboration tools.

Tuesday, June 4th

CrowdStrike (CRWD) - ★★★★ : The cybersecurity company's Q1 results will show how demand is holding up for its endpoint protection and other cloud-based security solutions. Pay attention to metrics like annual recurring revenue, customer growth, and remaining performance obligations. Guidance will be scrutinized amid economic uncertainty.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) - ★★★★ : HPE's fiscal Q2 numbers will reveal the state of enterprise hardware spending. Areas of focus include server and storage revenue trends, as well as profit margins with component costs still elevated. Commentary on supply chains and data center capex will be watched closely.

Wednesday, June 5th

Lululemon (LULU) - ★★★★ : The athletic apparel retailer should provide a read on consumer spending trends when it reports Q1 results. Keep an eye on comparable sales growth, e-commerce performance, inventory levels, and any updated outlook. Lululemon's ability to pass through price increases will be a key topic.

ChargePoint (CHPT) - ★★ : This EV charging network operator's Q1 results will indicate the pace of buildout in charging infrastructure across North America and Europe. Metrics like revenue, charging sessions, and sales of chargers will be scrutinized, along with progress on margins and cash burn.

Thursday, June 6th

DocuSign (DOCU) - ★★ : The e-signature company's fiscal Q1 print will show how its transition to the cloud is progressing. Investors want to see growth reacceleration in billings, RPO, and remaining performance obligations. Cost controls and profitability targets are also in focus given the challenging macro backdrop.

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