Recession Watch, Part 2: Why Fiscal Stimulus Won’t Happen This Time Around

Yesterday we focussed on the virtual certainty that another recession lies dead ahead, meaning that Wall Street's current version of its ex-items forward year earnings hockey stick is truly preposterous. To wit, the bottoms-up consensus for S&P 500 earnings for the year ending in December 2017 is $132 per share.
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