A month before the close of Q3, most corporate management teams are more bearish than analysts...
A month before the close of Q3, most corporate management teams are more bearish than analysts on earnings - except for consumer staples (XLP). Companies in the sector are the only ones in the S&P 500 to issue more positive guidance than warnings, writes Gregg Harrison, yet analysts may not be giving them credit for such.
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