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S&P 500 Reporting First Double-Digit Earnings Growth Since 2011
The blended earnings growth rate for the S&P 500 for the first quarter is 12.5%.
John Butters
on Apr 28, 2017
Webcast: The Challenges of Research Unbundling Under MiFID II
Missed our live MiFID II webcast? Catch the replay.
Fran Reed
on Apr 27, 2017
Wage Growth Likely, Even as Jobs Shift from Manufacturing
With higher inflation expectations and tighter job markets, workers may just now be feeling confident about asking for raises.
Sara Potter
on Apr 25, 2017
5 Cloud Computing Trends Shaping the Fintech Community
A look at the impact of the cloud on the financial industry and how new technology is shaping the next generation of financial...
Richard Newman
on Apr 25, 2017
Reducing Friction in the Advisory Relationship
We asked HNWIs to rate how much effort they put into interacting with their wealth management providers.See what the results...
Greg King, CFA
on Apr 23, 2017
Prices and Volatilities on the Eve of French Elections
Historically, the correlation between the index returns and the volatility index changes has been strongly negative. Is that...
Ivan Mitov
on Apr 21, 2017
Which Side Gains More from Spin-Off Deals?
A look at more than 300 deals shows performance gains for "spincos" are much more likely than for "spinners."
Bryan Adams
on Apr 20, 2017
Unpredictable French Elections Stir Another Disruption to Markets
How might the French election's outcome impact the market?
Mourad Mnif
on Apr 19, 2017
Are S&P 500 Companies Still Discussing “Trump” on Earnings Calls?
How have mentions changed after 90 days of the Trump administration?
John Butters
on Apr 17, 2017
Global S&P 500 Companies to See Higher Earnings Growth
This is likely a result of tailwinds from higher global GDP growth.
John Butters
on Apr 14, 2017
Airlines Keep Industrials Sector Earnings Grounded in Q1'17
Turbulence in the Airline industry is likely the result of lower operating revenues.
John Butters
on Apr 13, 2017

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