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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are about to get blamed by the CEOs of the world's biggest companies (CCL, YUM, T, WEN)

During earnings season, executives of public companies not only lay out the results of the prior quarter, but also have an opportunity to explain why they may have fallen short or what hurt their business. Typically, companies have a stable of reason that their quarterly results could have been better. In addition to old standbys like foreign exchange rates, many companies also focus on a single macro event to pin the blame on for lackluster results.
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