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Tariffs continue to loom large over the markets with the current administration taking the broadest possible view of national security on Friday helping to send share prices down.
Tough talk about tariffs troubled the global equity markets last week, with all 11 industrial sectors in the S&P 500 retreating from previous highs by Friday’s close. Although politics may have exacerbated anxiety about the state of international commerce, many market analysts have been concerned about the impact of the stronger U.S.
Even non-sports fans know the baseball origins of words like home run and strikeout. However, the English language has also been enriched by expressions with somewhat forgotten connections to our national pastime.
The S&P 500 so far looks to be doing significantly better this earnings season than projected. With 78% of companies reporting, the index earnings-per-share (EPS) decline looks to be only -0.8% instead of the –4% that was forecast as of 3/31/2019.