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Further reading: Humour in earnings conference calls

Further reading: Humour in earnings conference calls

Following an earnings announcement or a piece of company news, the most common question that crosses shareholders’ minds is likely to be “what will the shares do?”. The most common instinct would be to think that if good news is announced, the market will price in this new information and the shares will go up. Investors will be willing to pay a bit more for these shares if the news signals that the expected future cash flows will be higher than previously thought. The opposite goes for bad news.

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