S&P 500 Valued Below Recessions Since ‘57 as Estimates FallLu Wang, Inyoung Hwang and Rita Nazareth
The rout that erased $2.9 trillion from U.S. equities has pushed valuations in the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index 25 percent below the average level from the last nine recessions, even as profit estimates fall.
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