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CORPORATE BEIGE BOOK: SENTIMENT MIXED

Our analysis of earnings conference call transcripts for the first quarter earnings period provides a mixed picture.

WHAT MIGHT TRUMP THE ELECTION YEAR PATTERN?

This week we look at what the upcoming presidential election may mean for markets in 2016.

IS SELL IN MAY JUST A CLICHÉ?

“Sell in May and go away” is probably the most widely cited cliché in stock market history.

VALUE COMEBACK?

Value stocks have staged a comeback versus growth after a long losing streak.

TAKING STOCK AFTER THE RALLY

Stocks have had quite a nice run. Since the February 11, 2016 lows the S&P 500 has gained 14%. The rally...​

EMERGING MARKET EARNINGS: IS THE TIDE TURNING?

After disappointing investors last year, emerging market earnings forecasts may finally be consistent with what can be delivered.

Q1 2016 EARNINGS PREVIEW: NO MORE EXCUSES

First quarter earnings results will not be very exciting, but the earnings trajectory may be at a trough.​

MARKET’S MARCH MADNESS

The NCAA Men’s College Basketball Final Four is set. In that spirit, we share our own Final Four for the stock market this year: China, earnings, the Federal Reserve (Fed), and oil.

EUROPE — NOT ENOUGH GROWTH

Forecasts for European corporate earnings have become increasingly pessimistic.

WILL EIGHT BE GREAT FOR THE BULL?

The bull market turns seven. During that seven-year period, the S&P 500 nearly tripled, gaining 194% in price and producing a total return of 241%.

WILL GOLD CONTINUE TO SHINE?

We see enough factors supporting gold to justify a modest allocation in suitable portfolios.

OIL, OIL, EVERYWHERE BUT NOT A DROP TO BUY?

Despite the modest size of the energy sector (typically less than 10% of total market capitalization), crude oil and the broader stock market, as measured by the S&P 500, have had very high correlation during the past few months.

CORPORATE BEIGE BOOK: MODEST DETERIORATION IN SENTIMENT

Our Corporate Beige Book highlights modest deterioration in corporate sentiment.

DATA-DRIVEN PERSPECTIVE ON A ROUGH START TO 2016

It has been a rough start to 2016 for the stock market. In fact, it’s been one of the worst starts to a year in the history of the S&P 500.

WHAT A NON-RECESSIONARY BEAR MIGHT LOOK LIKE

Bear markets can occur without recessions. There have been ten bear markets in the S&P 500 since 1968, and four of them occurred without an accompanying recession.

FEAR FEBRUARY AFTER JITTERY JANUARY?

Don’t worry about the January Barometer, which says, “As goes January, so goes the year.”

EARNINGS UPDATE: CORPORATE RESILIENCE

We expect another quarterly earnings gain in the second quarter despite the drags from oil and the U.S. dollar. Improved global growth, lower energy costs, and effective cost controls have supported overall results. Although forward estimates have edged lower, we continue to expect earnings growth to accelerate during the second half of the year.

 
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