Corporate Profits

Wall Street Journal  May 16  Comment 
China’s debt-market selloff is driven mostly by a regulatory crackdown—growth is decent and corporate profits are healthy—but risks are poised to rise again, meaning things could shortly get hairier.
Reuters  May 15  Comment 
Major U.S. multinationals are pushing the Trump administration to deepen the tax break it has already tentatively proposed on $2.6 trillion in corporate profits being held offshore, a key piece in Washington's intricate tax reform puzzle.
Channel News Asia  Apr 28  Comment 
U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday proposed slashing tax rates for businesses and on overseas corporate profits returned to the country in a plan that his fellow Republicans in Congress generally welcomed but viewed as an opening gambit.  Apr 26  Comment 
While the president billed it as tax reform, it’s unclear if his proposals will simply consist of tax cuts or be an overarching plan to reshape US taxation Donald Trump will unveil a proposal for a major corporate tax cut on Wednesday,...
Clusterstock  Apr 19  Comment 
Large investors are getting a bit skeptical about the "Trump boom." Much like the jump in consumer and business confidence, there has been a surge in the number of fund managers expecting an uptick in global economic growth, inflation, and...
Forbes  Apr 2  Comment 
The S&P 500 now sports a price-to-earnings ratio of more than 26 - a huge number at a time when corporate profits are actually down more than 5% since 2014.
MarketWatch  Mar 30  Comment 
The U.S. grew slightly faster at a 2.1% pace in the fourth quarter and corporate profits continued to rebound, according to a fresh look at how the economy performed at the end of 2016.
Wall Street Journal  Mar 30  Comment 
U.S. corporate profits extended their rebound in late 2016 as the broader economy remained on a trajectory of steady, modest growth.
SeekingAlpha  Mar 30  Comment 


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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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