Corporate Profits

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MarketWatch  Nov 25  Comment 
Growth in adjusted corporate profits slowed sharply in the third quarter, new government figures show. Adjusted pretax profits increased by $43.8 billion, or a 2.1% annual rate. That's down from $164.1 billion, or an 8.4% increase, in the second...
MarketWatch  Nov 11  Comment 
Managers are not leading and engaging employees effectively, and that hurts corporate’ profits and morale, writes Brian Solis.
MarketWatch  Oct 29  Comment 
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is trying to urge the Securities and Exchange Commission not to require publicly-traded companies to disclose information about cyberattacks, because that could hurt corporate profits, and make those companies targets...
The Hindu Business Line  Oct 23  Comment 
Revival in corporate profits, RBI’s policy calls, crude prices hold key to performance
SeekingAlpha  Oct 14  Comment 
By Graham Summers: Stocks Will Revert to the Mean The stock market is no longer cheap. The single best predictor of stock market performance is the cyclically adjusted price-to-earnings ratio or CAPE ratio. Most investors price a company...
SeekingAlpha  Sep 30  Comment 
By Wayne Strout: Years ago while at the Wharton School, my research indicated that Corporate Profits adjusted for inventory build was one of several important Reasonably Reliable Leading Indicators regarding future business activity and stock...
SeekingAlpha  Sep 28  Comment 
By Financial Sense: By Cris Sheridan Corporate profit data was released today for the second quarter, showing a broad-based rebound from the weather-induced weakness seen at the beginning of the year. Here's a chart showing eight different...
MarketWatch  Sep 21  Comment 
A rallying U.S. dollar could end up squeezing corporate profits and outlooks this earnings season.




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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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  1. Econguru: Economic Glossary
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