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Multinationals and industrials to set earnings tone -portfolio manager

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Multinationals and industrials to set earnings tone -portfolio manager

Multinationals and industrials to set earnings tone -portfolio manager

Earnings season heats up this week with a key focus on multinational and industrial companies providing clues on the health of U.S. businesses, Fiduciary Trust Intertnational's Amy Kong told Reuters' Conway G.

Gittens

Analysts are predicting the first drop in S&P 500 earnings since 2016, but Kong predicts earnings season won't be as bad as feared and points to upside surprises from the small number of companies that have already issued quarterly results.




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