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#MoneyBeat WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing: Amazon, Yields, NY Fed

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Corporate profitability is expected to have accelerated again during the first three months of the year, offering investors some reason for optimism after a punishing stretch in financial markets, writes Ben Eisen and Akane Otani.

S&P 500 firms are forecast to report profit growth of 17% in the first quarter of 2018 from a year earlier, according to reported results and analysts’ forecasts compiled by FactSet. If that holds up when earnings season kicks off in earnest, it would mark another strong period of earnings in what has become a lengthy string of robust quarters.

Below, some of the best analysis and insight from WSJ writers and columnists, and occasionally beyond, on investing, the wealth-management business and more.


Trump, Amazon and the Post Office: The President is firing at the wrong target if he wants to save money.


Bond Investors Ask What’s Next as Yields Plateau: The yield on the 10-year Treasury note posted its largest quarterly increase since December 2016, despite stalling in March.


New York Fed Picks John Williams as President: The San Francisco Fed president will succeed William Dudley
in June.


High-End Dining for the High-Chair Set: Forget chicken fingers. Top restaurants are catering to young
foodies and their parents with sophisticated, multi-course kids’ menus.


The WSJ Wealth Adviser Briefing covers topics of interest to wealth managers, financial planners and other advisers. It’s delivered to subscribers by email each workday morning; you can sign up for email delivery here: http://on.wsj.com/WealthAdviserSignup.

Follow WSJ Personal Finance on Twitter: @WSJpersfinance

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