US Average Earnings YY* (Mar) 4.2% vs. Exp. 4.3% (Prev. 4.6%)Morning Report April 11th

Darren Krett

Monday 10 April 2023

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- Stocks traded on a soft footing as traders digest the March jobs report, released on Friday, which dispelled any concerns about a hard landing, and keeps the FOMC on track to continue tightening policy to manage surging inflation. : Q1 reporting season will get underway this week, and the consensus is for S&P 500 earnings growth to contract 5.2%, while revenues are seen rising 1.6%. Consumer Discretionary names are expected to outperform in Q1, with the street modelling a 37% rise in earnings growth; Industrials, Energy and Financials are also expected to post earnings growth in Q1. On the other side, Materials names are expected to be the worst performer, with the consensus anticipating earnings growth of -33%, while Health Care and Tech stocks are also expected to be among the worst performers. Of the handful of S&P 500 companies (around 20) that had reported Q1 figures by the end of last week, all posted earnings above estimates. Meanwhile, this week, there will be focus on the Big Banks reporting; in addition to the top- and bottom-line performance, loan provisions, economic projections, traders will be paying particular attention to any commentary on how the recent stresses in the banking system have impacted operations; Goldman Sachs said it expects investor focus to centre on deposit inflows and pricing dynamics, but also what will the offset be from tighter lending standards, a weaker economic backdrop and the impacts on provisions and charge-offs, as well as the longer-term ramifications from regulatory reform.







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