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By Elissa Maercklein of Priceonomics Silicon Valley - the promised land of innovation, venture capital, and exorbitant costs of living. And many of the most valuable companies from the region, such as Square, Stripe, Airbnb, Uber are all based in the city of San Francisco. Increasingly, however, it's hard for startups to compete in the market for talent in the infamously expensive city of San Francisco. In March 2017, a blog post by Zapier CEO, Wade Foster, announced they would offer a $10,000 “De-Location Package” to employees that would move out of... -Zero Hedge
It's not just the S&P that is soaring: so are 2018 full year EPS forecasts. Over the past few weeks, analysts have been aggressively incorporating the impact of tax reform into their revised forecasts and the bottom-up EPS is now tracking over $150, up more than $2 (1%) over the past week and more than $4 (3%) since mid-December when tax reform was passed. According to Bank of America, whose 2018 EPS forecast is even loftier at $153, "expect upward revisions to continue through earnings season, particularly as guidance trends have remained strong... -Zero Hedge
Just like all other banks before it, Goldman took a charge as a result of Tax Reform, amounting to $4.4 billion or less than the $5 billion expected, which hit net income, resulting in a net loss of $1.93 billion or a GAAP EPS loss of $5.51. Excluding the tax-related charge, Goldman's EPS was $5.68 in Q4, above consensus estimate of $4.91. However, while Q4 earnings at the banks were largely a wash due to tax reform, it was the top line that was troubling: here Goldman reported $7.834 billion in Q4 revenue, which while modestly better than the $7.61... -Zero Hedge
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