Buzzfeed is reporting that the S&P 500 is likely to fall more than 10% in the next 12 months.
The firm said the decline will be most pronounced in sectors such as energy and manufacturing, which were the first to experience significant declines in the year to June 30.
According to its research, this will mean that many sectors will be in for a steep drop in revenue and profits.
It says that the drop in the S.&.
P. 500 could come even more stark for companies that are already struggling financially.
The decline in the index could be even more pronounced in the energy and mining sectors, which are both in the midst of severe downturns.
The company’s research predicts that the overall decline in energy stocks will be even sharper than the current decline.
For example, the Dow Jones Industrial Average will fall 12.8%, while the S & P 500 will drop 13.2%.
These sectors will see a 6.5% decline in revenue for the year, according to the research.
Other sectors that could see declines include consumer staples, financials, healthcare and utilities.
These sectors are expected to see a 12% decline, with utilities seeing a 6% decline.
This will cause many companies to either slash spending or delay investments, according the research firm.
In the past, investors have been hesitant to take the S-shaped path of the SICP 500.
However, according in the company’s recent research, the S+P 500 will have a 5% to 7% decline next year.
The research also found that the broader S&s has a 25% to 30% decline and that the index is down more than 30% over the past six months.
While this might not be the largest decline in stocks over the next year, it is the most severe one for the index.
For this reason, the company says that many investors are likely to avoid buying stocks in these sectors.
The S&ams will have an 8.9% decline over the year.
While the stock market has been the biggest beneficiary of the rally in stocks, it has also been hit hard by the recession.
The stock market will likely have a slight decline in 2017, but that won’t translate into major losses for the market.
If you are looking to take advantage of the current rally, it might be best to hold onto your stocks as long as possible.
If this trend continues, the market could end up looking even worse than it is now.
The S. &.
P. 500 is down 7% for the last six months