Corporate profits increase

Investor's Business Daily
December 2013
Investors Business Daily;12/ 6/2013, pA02
At $1.872 tril, Q3 profits increased at an 11.5% annualized rate, a rise from 8.5% in the prior quarter. Year-to-year profits were up 5.8% in Q3 vs. 5.3% in Q2.


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