This Earnings Season Was Supposed to Be Terrible. It’s Turning Out Pretty Good.

This Earnings Season Was Supposed to Be Terrible. It’s Turning Out Pretty Good.
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Earnings are beating estimates, stocks are soaring, and analysts are quickly raising numbers. The aggregate earnings per share result on the S&P 500 had beaten estimates by 11.7% coming into Thursday, according to Credit Suisse. The surprisingly robust profits underscore that analysts still are getting a handle on the economy as it continues to recover from the Covid-19 pandemic.

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