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LPL Financial Research Quarterly Earnings Season Dashboard

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LPL Financial Research Q3 2019 Earnings Season Dashboard

  • With over 480 S&P 500 Index companies having reported, third quarter 2019 earnings growth is tracking to a 2.2% year-over-year decline, nearly 2 percentage points above the September 30 estimate.
  • S&P 500 Index earnings estimates for the next 12 months have fallen 2% since September 30, in line with recent quarterly trends and reflecting trade uncertainty, manufacturing softness, and slowing international economic growth.

This Research material was prepared by LPL Financial, LLC.

 

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