US Corporate Profits

Divergent Path Of US Corporate Profits

Yesterday we got the latest glimpse into US corporate profitability. Depending on the series observed, corporate profits are either flat-lining or rising. Before-tax corporate profits, the blue series in the chart below, are actually net down by $32 billion from the peak in 2014. Yet, after-tax profits are up about $130 billion from that same year. Of course, the recently enacted tax cuts explain the divergence here.

Q1 hedge fund letters, conference, scoops etc, Also read

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