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Major stock benchmarks have picked up in 2020 where they left off last year, posting stellar gains, led largely by the consistent double-digit earnings growth for America’s largest companies.

But broader measures of the health of U. S. corporations paint a less optimistic picture, according to a Wednesday research note from Ned Davis of Ned Davis Research. He points to the Value Line Geometric index

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an equal-weighted index that tracks the median performance of the roughly 1,700 largest U.S. corporations.

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