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At Calcbench, we publish a quarterly review of a sample of our metric library that is meant to paint a “broad-brush” view of the health of corporations in the US.  Using our database, we have found that economic activity at the corporate level continues to grow.  

Revenues are up over 8% from the 3rd quarter one year ago.  Costs are up as well, but so is Net Income.  Perhaps the most telling, and one of our favorite metrics, Capex is up strongly year-over-year, indicating that firms are investing.  

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