S&P 500 - Pressures Ease In Q2, But Growth Is Still Weak

S&P 500 – Pressures Ease In Q2, But Growth Is Still Weak

S&P 500 - Pressures Ease In Q2, But Growth Is Still Weak by Lindsey Bell, S&P Global
S&P 500 - Risks Remains In The Second Half
S&P 500 second quarter earnings per share (EPS) of $28.26 represents a decline of 5.1%, and follows the 6.8% decline that was booked in the first quarter. If the sequential improvement in growth holds up as earnings season unfolds, that would mean that Q1 was in fact the trough in the earnings recession . . .

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