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JP Morgan
By January 2, 2018 13:02

The Weekly Brief

Thought of the Week

In 2017, positivity permeated the eurozone. GDP grew 2.6% over the year to Q3, unemployment fell to 8.8% in November, consumer confidence turned positive for the first time since 2001 and many political headwinds receded. The economic recovery fed through to stronger earnings for listed companies. Since 2011, analysts’ estimates of earnings per share growth have consistently been too high and earnings have failed to meet expectations. However, earnings growth in 2017 beat expectations. As the eurozone economy continues to strengthen, analysts believe that earnings should grow by around 10% in 2018 – if those expectations can be met again, as we expect, 

JP Morgan
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