A Glimmer Of Good News: Goldman Raises Its Q2 GDP Estimates To 1.2%, From 1.1%, But Turns Even Gloomier On Q3

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HelluvaEngineer's picture

Unless the numbers are just horrible today, I expect we're going to rally.  Thoughts?

GIANTKILR's picture

That's what I was thinking. A down week, and this glimmer of hope is good for a 100pt. rally!

peripatetic86's picture

There will be a rally today, it does not make sense but it makes sense, if you know what I mean.

russki standart's picture

Time to break out the Champagne. Let´s dance till we sink..

LeBalance's picture

Ahem:

Ed McKelvey sez: "We here at Goldman have quaterbacked the Royal financial plunder of the World.  We wrote all the *best* paper.  But now that it is time to point out the responsible "factors" we will take no credit.  We are so Humble in our pursuit of God's work!"

thepigman's picture

Uh... if GS is right,what does this say
about the earnings
estimates that are
out there?

Bankster T Cubed's picture

hey man, this is America.  Earnings growth is always 5x gdp growth!  forever!

Cognitive Dissonance's picture

A Glimmer Of Good News: Goldman Raises Its Q2 GDP Estimates To 1.2%, From 1.1%, But Turns Even Gloomier On Q3

The Totalitarian Tango. One step forward, two steps back.

knukles's picture

This getting like, so da-ted.  You know, it's just so '30's like. 
Just whateverrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.

 

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