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Chart Of The Week - Global Equities Ex-Growth

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  • Earnings momentum loses steam as a growth scare permeates the corporate landscape.
  • Rising policy rates and expanding credit spreads make for an uneasy financial environment.
  • The market evolves toward an ex-growth period.

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Global Earnings Revisions — Market Going “ex-Growth”?

This chart shows the breadth of earnings revisions momentum (ratio of upgrades to downgrades and rate of change in forward earnings) across all the countries that the data is available

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