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With 92% of the companies in the S&P 500 reporting, the blended earnings decline for the index for Q3 is -2.3%: Factset. Meanwhile, Q4 EPS is now also projected to be negative, as the S&P is now knee-deep in an earnings recession

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S&P is up 8% since start of Oct rally, a powerful move that in the past has typically been part of V-shaped recovery. The inexorable logic of late-stage bull mkt means future returns will be lower than in past, even if a recession can be avoided for now.

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S&P 100 Index Still Bullish, but Bear is Starting to Wake Up - blog by @TradingOnMark  $OEX $SPX

Report: MSCI, S&PDow Jones, FTSE Russell could fast-track Aramco into indices.

S&P 500, Dow eye record highs at open on trade deal hopes, solid earnings #businessnews  #energy 

This strategist absolutely nailed his pullback call for the S&P 500 in June. Here's what he sees now...

Just completed our Rolling 24-week correlation study for the S&P 500 vs 39 global futures markets. Correlation is not stagnant its ever evolving. Best make sure the markets are doing what you think they are ... because chances are they have changed


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The DOW, S&P 500, and NASDAQ all close the week at a new record high!

The S&P just hit an ALL TIME HIGH. This is a big win for jobs, 401-K’s, and, frankly, EVERYONE! Our Country is doing great. Even killed long sought ISIS murderer, Al-Baghdadi. We are stronger than ever before, with GREAT upward potential. Enjoy!

“If the Fed backs off and starts talking a little more Dovish, I think we’re going to be right back to our 2,800 to 2,900 target range that we’ve had for the S&P 500.” Scott Wren, Wells Fargo.

STUNNING In the last 10 mins of trading on 8/23 as mkts were roiling in the face of more bad trade news, someone bought 386,000 Sep e-minis. 3days later,Trump lied about getting a call from China to restart the trade talks-S&P shot up nearly 80 points. The potential profit +1.5bn

S&P 500 hits new record high. Up 19% for the year. Congratulations!

BREAKING: US stocks suffer worst year since 2008 financial crisis; S&P 500 sees 6.2 percent annual drop, Dow falls 5.6 percent.