Revolution is Inevitable!
|ECONOMY & MARKETS | October 14, 2016|
What Declining Earnings Continue to Tell Us
By Rodney Johnson, Senior Editor, Economy & Markets
'Tis the season. Earnings season, that is, and I don't think we're getting any presents.
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According to FactSet, we're staring down the sixth consecutive quarter of lower year-over-year earnings, which marks the first time this has happened since the company began to track earnings in the third quarter of 2008.
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Friday, October 14, 2016
‘Tis the season
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