Corporate Profits

SeekingAlpha  Jul 29  Comment 
By Anthony Fernandez: Much has been made of this graph of market capitalization to GDP. At historic highs, this portends a large market crash, as happened the last two times that this ratio peaked. Many have talked about this, and we can see that...
Yahoo  Jul 17  Comment 
Henry Blodget is watching the Fed and corporate profits for signs of when the market crash will happen.
SeekingAlpha  Jul 16  Comment 
[Originally published on 07/2/2014] We have noted with some amazement and trepidation over the past 4 years as global growth weakened but corporate profits continued to soar thanks to lowered labor costs following the great recession of 2008 as...
Financial Times  Jul 14  Comment 
The S&P 500 is looking overvalued and vulnerable to a correction without a sustained pick-up in corporate profits over the coming quarters  Jul 7  Comment 
Can corporate profits continue to power the market?
Gold Stocks Today  Jun 27  Comment 
Michael A. Robinson Writes: With U.S. stocks at all-time highs, folks are wondering where prices can go from here. After all, U.S. growth is still anemic, the Federal Reserve is rolling back its market assistance and corporate profits...
Benzinga  Jun 25  Comment 
The third and final estimate of Q1 2014 GDP showed a heavy contraction in the U.S. economy. GDP Y/Y percent loss was 2.9, in contrast to the first estimate that showed a 0.1 percent increase. The contraction, as has been popular this year, is...
SeekingAlpha  Jun 5  Comment 
By Hale Stewart: By New Deal Democrat Yves Smith has a piece up at Naked Capitalism this morning on "why economists don't recommend real remedies" in which she says: I hate criticizing writers whose work I generally like, but as a...
SeekingAlpha  Jun 5  Comment 
By Financial Sense: by Cris Sheridan A number of well-respected market commentators have recently pointed out that corporate profits appear to be reversing. This is an important development since corporate profits typically peak before bear...
SeekingAlpha  May 29  Comment 
By Ed Dolan: The second revision of the US national income accounts for the first quarter of 2014, released today by the Bureau of Economic Analysis, showed that real GDP fell at an annual rate of -1.0 percent. The advance report had shown an...


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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]


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