Double-digit growth in first quarter earnings may give stocks their next big move to the upside, according to Argus Research President John Eade. Analysts expect earnings to grow 9% year-over-year.
The first quarter gross domestic product grew only 0.7%, the worst quarterly increase in three years.
The economy grew 0.7% in first quarter - the weakest growth in three years.
Brace yourself - a government shutdown may be coming.
Ex-Obama adviser Austan Goolsbee said there's a decent chance a government shutdown occurs ahead of the April 28 debt-ceiling deadline.