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Wall Street weekahead: Slashed profit expectations may set stage for gains

Reuters India Saturday, 12 January 2019 ()
There could well be a silver lining in all the caution around the stock market as the earnings season approaches: Shares do way better when profit expectations have fallen, and lately, they've been falling like a rock.
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