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Abby Joseph Cohen

Abby Joseph Cohen (born February 29, 1952) is an American economist and financial analyst on Wall Street. As of February 2017, she continues to serve as an advisory director at Goldman Sachs, after retiring from leadership of its Global Markets Institute. Prior to March 2008, she was the firm's Chief Investment Strategist. In 2001 she was named one of the 30 most powerful women in America by Ladies Home Journal

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“Little of a fundamental nature, specific to the U.S. economy or corporate performance, has change ...

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“I think it was more of an excuse. Weakness in Asia just hurts a strong economy a little bit aroun ...

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“Such a 'flu shot' is now widely expected and would be unlikely to unsettle investors beyond a tra ...

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“Investors believe it is simply not acceptable to be environmentally irresponsible.”

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“If crude prices are near their trough, earnings should start to flatten out and move up.”

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“After September 11, 2001, we assumed that the equity risk premium demanded by investors would be ...

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“Equity prices can rise, despite decelerating profit growth and moderately rising interest rates, ...

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“We expect profit growth to decelerate in the second half of 2004.”

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“The primary assumption is that economic and profit growth will resume by midyear.”

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“We don't think so, and continue to assume long-term earnings growth of 7 percent-to-8 percent in ...

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“Our valuation work for the S&P; 500 has long assumed moderation of profit growth to about 8 perce ...

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“Our economic outlook still calls for real GDP (gross domestic product) growth averaging 3-4 perce ...

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“The principal conclusion is that we expect profit growth to continue through our new forecast hor ...

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“Data suggest that economic activity has bottomed and that the worst is now being reported for cor ...

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