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We think Fed Powell’s speech at Jackson Hole at 10am ET (8/26) is a buyable event. That is, under any of the following 3 scenarios, we are buyers of equities:Powell hawkish –> speaks of need to stay tough on inflation and markets might weaken. But...
• 110 companies are reporting this week. • Of the 168 companies that have reported so far (34% of the S&P 500), 83% are beating earnings estimates by a median of 13%. • On the top line, 76% are beating by an average of 8%.