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By 23 juni, 2011Blogg

For the second time since the bull market began, profits are surging and stocks are falling.

Standard & Poor’s 500 Index companies will earn 18 percent more this year than in 2010, according to the average estimate of more than 9,000 analysts compiled by Bloomberg. Higher profits haven’t stopped the gauge from falling 6.8 percent since April 29, pushing valuations to the cheapest levels in 26 years. Even if companies posted no growth, price-earnings ratios would be lower than on 96 percent of days in the past two decades………..

viaStocks Cheapest in 26 Years as S&P 500 Falls, Profit Rises – Bloomberg.