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Investor Day Month: Key Analyst Days Happening In March

Mar. 14, 2023 2:03 PM ETFL, GE, GPC, HSY, NKE, TSLA
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  • An earnings recession is likely ongoing across the global corporate world.
  • Outlooks provided on new products, services, and initiatives at investor days this month will lay the foundation for how the balance of 2023 unfolds.
  • Following market-moving events from Tesla and GE, we highlight three consumer companies moving in different directions with upcoming investor days.

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Now that the fourth quarter earnings season is in the rearview mirror, investors aim to spot clues from outlooks given at analyst and investor days in March. This is peak season for these important gatherings before the Q1 reporting season begins in

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