Fourth quarter earnings season is underway and probably won’t bring much good news. Lackluster global growth, ongoing profit margin pressures from inflation, and negative currency impacts are likely to translate into a year-over-year decline in S&P 500 Index earnings for the quarter.
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With more people talking about the possibility of a recession, LPL Research discusses three things we know about historical recessions.
Low Bar for Earnings Season | Weekly Market Commentary | October 17, 2022
LPL Research discusses what to expect as we preview third quarter earnings season.
Pockets of Vulnerabilities | Weekly Market Commentary | October 10, 2022
LPL Research discusses Credit Suisse’s future, the weakening of the British pound, and expectations for November’s Fed meeting.