However, much has happened since it went up, including the Blogger outage. Scroll down for a report on that. More new posts will be added below this one. The essay below is the conclusion of the ninth part in a series by Takuan Seiyo.
Funded in part by HSS. But that Dow 20, mark remains oh so elusive. Show me the money. Job growth slowed to end But were paychecks grew the most in seven years.
In fact, it was just a third of a point away. And to put that into perspective, the index was 5 cents, yep, one nickel away from that 20, milestone. The Dow rose 64 points to 19, Bob Pisani has more. No Dow 20, but we did get a triple record day.
What moved us up today and this week were two groups that were strong after the election but have lagged recently. One disappointment, oil stocks. CVX were down this week, even though oil remains near month highs. Now, the report of that terrible shooting at Ft. Lauderdale Airport mid- afternoon did not cause any big selling but it did likely, understandably, dampen any buying interests.
Now, the markets have been essentially sideways since the Trump rally ran out of steam in mid-December. Investors are hopeful that when earnings season kicks off next week, corporations will give positive guidance for the earnings outlook.
Stocks have already moved on that hope.
So, a lot is riding on the outcome for this year. Welcome to both of you. David, make your case and then, Jack, rejoin. But what I would say is that that upside for the most part is really dependent on the ability of corporate profit growth to reemerge after being, you know, relatively hidden for the better part of the past two years.
So, multiples feel a little bit stretched. But it feels like earnings growth is back in and as a result, we think that equity returns will mirror those of the cash flows that the stocks are generating. Analysts as a group are expecting it to rise I mean, that may be the case but if not, is that going on put a chink in the market?The Hollywood Reporter is your source for breaking news about Hollywood and entertainment, including movies, TV, reviews and industry blogs.
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