Jarden anticipates post-covid recovery in earnings season

Jarden anticipates post-covid recovery in earnings season
Firms are finally bouncing back from covid. (Image: Getty)
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Jarden analysts expect company earnings will start returning to more normal levels as firms come out the other end of the covid pandemic, with many shareholders likely to receive bigger dividends in the coming season. Analysts Adrian Allbon, Arie Dekker and Christian Bell said they generally anticipate better performances from firms as they rebuild from the post-covid disruption and also as they tweak their pricing and business models to an inflationary environment. Their estimates for the 2023 and 2024 financial years suggest a retur...

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