Earnings: The Case for Quiet Optimism
Corporate earnings -- the yardstick by which the stock market calibrates its mood -- are steadily improving, according to Charles L. Hill, director of research for Thomson Financial's First Call who watches the profit barometer closely. Hill expects fourth-quarter earnings to be 7% to 8% better than those in the third.
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