Corporate Profits

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MarketWatch  Mar 22  Comment 
Remember how 2017 was going to be the year that fiscal policy took over from monetary policy in driving economic growth and, presumably, corporate profits?
Financial Times  Mar 19  Comment 
Analysts pare down forecasts for 2017 at a time when S&P 500 is at near record highs
Wall Street Journal  Mar 5  Comment 
European shares are lagging behind the global equity rally despite recovering regional growth and corporate profits, highlighting international anxiety over the continent’s fractious politics.
Reuters  Mar 2  Comment 
The total value of global stock markets surpassed its previous May 2015 peak to hit a new record, according to Thomson Reuters data, as investors continued to pump money into equities on hopes of a pick-up in growth, inflation and corporate profits.
Financial Times  Feb 13  Comment 
Optimism over US growth under Donald Trump and strong corporate profits power advance
Yahoo  Feb 13  Comment 
World stocks and bond yields rose on Monday, lifted by a re-emergence of so-called "Trump trades" as investors bet that the U.S. president's tax reform plans will boost economic growth and corporate profits. The Japanese yen was the biggest...
Reuters  Feb 12  Comment 
World stocks and bond yields rose on Monday, lifted by a re-emergence of so-called "Trump trades" as investors bet that the U.S. president's tax reform plans will boost economic growth and corporate profits.
The Economist  Feb 2  Comment 
ONE reason why the American equity market has rallied since the election of Donald Trump is the hope that taxes on corporate profits will be cut. But that measure has to be paid for, and analysts are only just starting to figure out where the...
Benzinga  Jan 25  Comment 
Many Donald Trump voters and patriotic Americans have cheered recent decisions by American companies to create American jobs rather than relying on foreign labor in Mexico, China and elsewhere. President Trump has heavily pressured companies to...
Clusterstock  Jan 24  Comment 
The US has one of the highest corporate tax rates in the industrialized world.  That has led to a lot of US companies keeping some of their cash parked overseas, rather than moving it back to the US. Apple, for instance, has $230 billion...




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Corporate profits equal to the total accounting profits received by household sector for supplying entrepreneurship services to corporations. They are the official item in the National Income and Product Accounts maintained by the Bureau of Economic Analysis. This is one of the five official factor payments that make up national income.[1]

References

  1. Econguru: Economic Glossary
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