NEW YORK (Reuters) – A more than eight-year bull market on Wall Street will simmer for the rest of 2017 before picking up again next year, said strategists in a Reuters poll who were optimistic about corporate profits but concerned about slow tax reform progress.

The benchmark S&P 500 .SPX is likely to finish this year at 2,525, about 13 percent above 2016’s end, but 0.4 percent down from Tuesday’s close of 2,534.58, based on the median forecast of 47 strategists polled by Reuters.

After strong third-quarter

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