Saturday , 23 September 2017


2013 Forecasts: Do These 10 Analysts Know Something We Don't?

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Here’s the round-up:

1. Stephen Auth, Federated Investors

  • S&P Year-end Target: 1660
  • 2013 GDP Growth: 1.4%
  • 2013 End 10 Year US Treasury Yield: 2%

2. Barry Knapp, Barclays

  • S&P Year-end Target: 1525
  • 2013 GDP Growth: 2.1%
  • 2013 10 Year US Treasury Yield: 1.6%

3. Jeffrey Knight, Putnam

  • S&P Year-end Target: 1490
  • 2013 GDP Growth: 2.25%
  • 2013 10 Year US Treasury Yield: 2.2%

4. Russ Koesterich, BlackRock

  • S&P Year-end Target: 1545
  • 2013 GDP Growth: 2%
  • 2013 10 Year US Treasury Yield: 2.25%

5. David Kostin, Goldman Sachs

  • S&P Year-end Target: 1575
  • 2013 GDP Growth: 1.8%
  • 2013 10 Year US Treasury Yield: 2.2%

6. Thomas Lee, JP Morgan

  • S&P Year-end Target: 1580
  • 2013 GDP Growth: 2%
  • 2013 10 Year US Treasury Yield: 2%

7. Tobias Levkovich

  • S&P Year-end Target: 1650
  • 2013 GDP Growth: 1.6%
  • 2013 10 Year US Treasury Yield: 2.5%

8. Adam Parker, Morgan Stanley

  • S&P Year-end Target: 1434
  • 2013 GDP Growth: 1.4%
  • 2013 10 Year US Treasury Yield: 2.24%

9. John Praveen, Prudential

  • S&P Year-end Target: 1600
  • 2013 GDP Growth: 2.5%
  • 2013 10 Year US Treasury Yield: 2.3%

10. Savita Subramanian, BAC/Merrill Lynch

  • S&P Year-end Target: 1600
  • 2013 GDP Growth: 1.5%
  • 2013 10 Year US Treasury Yield: 2%

[Average

  • S&P Year-end Target: 1566
  • 2013 GDP Growth: 1.86%
  • 2013 10 Year US Treasury Yield: 2.13%]

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