One of the key risks to the stock market is earnings expectations. As recession risk rises, it has been unusual to see forward 12-month EPS estimates continue to rise. The latest update finally shows that earnings expectations are beginning to stall. S&P 500 estimates are flat for the week, up a miniscule 0.01, while small-cap S&P 600 estimates are down over -1% in the week.
Why haven't stock prices skidded further? Here are some reasons why this cycle is different from others.
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The seven reasons why this cycle is different
July 02, 2022 at 13:34 PM EDT