Wall Street doesn’t think corporate America will have a hard time coming up with those employee bonuses that were promised after taxes were slashed.
The December passage of the tax overhaul package and West Texas Intermediate crude’s breach of $60 a barrel have propelled the S&P 500 three-month earnings estimate revision ratio to its highest level since 2011, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
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