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BloombergEarnings Growth Fails to Sway S&P 500 Outlook: Chart of the DayBloombergUS companies are poised to repeat their first-quarter success in exceeding analysts' earnings estimates, according to Jonathan Golub, chief US market strategist at…
Do I correctly feel a ponzi at work in the heart of the world’s largest banking system?
No! It’s all good, Bernanke is obviously not alone, he has found his true roll model at last.
Leland Miller: The Crisis Ahead for China’s Policy Banks
Analysis: Earnings outlook may be deteriorating rapidly
Reuters – Fri, Dec 2, 2011 6:29 PM EST.. .
By Ryan Vlastelica
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Earnings season is just over a month away, but the early signals are not comforting.
Companies cutting fore…
“Low risk-adjusted returns, high correlation, slowing economic growth and rising macroeconomic and policy uncertainty have made equity investing challenging,” says Goldman Sachs’ equity strategy team.
In a new note to clients, the team, led by David…
May 18, 2011
Note from dshort: Recent guest contributor Ed Easterling of has posted an updated report on his Crestmont Research website. I consider it “must” reading for anyone whose investment strategy is influenced by the direction of corporate e…
At least corporations are happy.
From CNBC earnings central:
“The blended earnings growth rate for the S&P 500 for 1Q 2011, combining actual numbers for companies that have reported, and estimates for companies yet to report slightly increased to 17….
Troubled banks rise to highest level in 18 years
The number of banks at risk of failing made up nearly 12 percent of all federally insured banks in the final three months of 2010, the highest level in 18 years.
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp said…
October 16, 2010
How to Erase the Lost Decade?
By PAUL J. LIM
IT’S been a rough decade for the stock market — even when considering its recent rally. But frustrated investors can at least fall back on a comforting thought: that the market will eve…