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Energy Sector Earnings Expectations Continue to Plunge
The earnings growth rate for the Energy sector has fallen to 332.1% today from 390.5% on June 30.
John Butters
on Jul 24, 2017
S&P 500 Q2 Earnings Season Update: July 21
More companies (73%) are reporting actual EPS above estimates compared to the 5-year average.
John Butters
on Jul 21, 2017
Japan-EU Free Trade Deal Will Rival NAFTA in Size
Having taken more than four years to negotiate, this new deal is expected to eliminate 99% of tariffs between the two partners.
Sara Potter
on Jul 19, 2017
Beware of Rising DSO at Enterprise Software and IT Services Companies
Using these methods, investors can better identify which warning signs are actually important and actionable.
Richard Lai
on Jul 19, 2017
For ESG in Fixed Income, Proof Is in the Pudding
As interest in passive and smart beta fixed income funds continues to increase, ESG provides a way to differentiate from other...
Pat Reilly
on Jul 18, 2017
“Trump” Mentions Down in S&P 500 Q2 Earnings Calls
Through July 12, only two companies (or 8%) cited the term “Trump” or “administration” during their Q2 earnings calls.
John Butters
on Jul 17, 2017
S&P 500 Q2 Earnings Season Update: July 14
S&P 500 earnings growth for Q2 2017 rose to 6.8% this week.
John Butters
on Jul 14, 2017
Cheap and Transparent ETFs Dominate in First Half of 2017
Mutual fund and hedge fund managers’ losses have become ETF investors’ gains.
Elisabeth Kashner
on Jul 13, 2017
Strong U.S. Dollar Still a Concern for S&P 500 Companies in Q2'17
What other currencies are companies discussing during earnings calls?
John Butters
on Jul 11, 2017
S&P 500 Likely to Report Near Double-Digit Earnings Growth for Q2'17
This is based on the average change in earnings growth due to companies reporting actual earnings above estimated earnings.
John Butters
on Jul 10, 2017
S&P 500 Q2 Earnings Season Update
More companies beating EPS and sales estimates than average to date.
John Butters
on Jul 7, 2017
Fixed Income Q2’17 Wrap Up: Goldilocks vs. the Big Bad Wolf
Monetary policy continues to position global markets for a Goldilocks scenario, but the big bad wolf is lurking nearby.
Pat Reilly
on Jul 6, 2017

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