Bearly News for December 19, 2014

After being upwardly revised from a gain of 0.2 percent to 0.4 percent in Oct., U.S. manufacturing output rose at its fastest pace in 9 months in Nov. – advancing

News that private equity firm BC Partners will acquire PetSmart for $8.7 billion, or $83 a share, had PetSmart’s shares surging more than

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The ruble plummeted by the most in 16 years against the U.S. dollar this week after Russia’s central bank surprised markets by raising their key interest rate by

FedEx Q2 profit rose 23 percent to $616 million or $2.14 a share – missing forecasts of $2.22 – as increased plane maintenance costs outpaced a 5 percent jump in revenue. The news sent shares down more than

UkrAgroConsult called for Ukraine’s wheat harvest to fall by 3 million metric tons year-on-year to 20 million metric tons next year, as crop conditions appear to be in the worst shape in more than

According to Wednesday’s EIA report, the nation’s crude oil supplies dropped 800,000 barrels to 379.9 million barrels compared to forecasts for a draw of 2.5 million barrels. Crude oil prices rebounded

Despite calling for a world gold deficit by 2016, Credit Suisse reduced its 2015 gold price forecast to

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Coffee futures fell to a 5-month low of 171.25 cents a pound this week after Volcafe called for Brazil’s coffee output to rise 2.5 million bags year-on-year to

Declining oil prices and a weak euro had Germany’s ZEW investor confidence index climbing by the most in nearly 2 years in Dec. – jumping from a reading of 11.5 to

Despite reporting that Q2 profit fell 37 percent, General Mills’ adjusted earnings of $0.80 a share topped forecasts of $0.77 a share. The better-than-expected results sent shares up more than

A signal from Fed Reserve Chair Janet Yellen that interest rates could be raised as earlier as next April had the U.S. dollar jumping to a nearly 5-year high of

According to the Florida Department of Citrus, orange juice demand will fall 1.1 percent to an 18-year low of

Natural gas inventories fell by a larger-than-expected 64 billion cubic feet to 3,295 trillion cubic feet last week versus forecasts for a draw of

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Plunging gas prices and the largest downturn in clothing costs in 16 years had U.S. inflation falling by the most in 6 years in Nov. – dropping

Fears that Russia could ban exports due to sanction restrictions had wheat futures rising to a 6-month high of

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Bearly News for December 12, 2014

U.S. job openings climbed by a better-than-expected 149,000 in Oct. – bringing the total number of positions waiting to be filled to a nearly 14-year high of

Costco’s Q1 profit jumped 17 percent to $496 million or $1.12 a share – beating forecasts of $1.09 – as revenue rose 7 percent. The news sent share up

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Both gold and silver prices climbed this week after a downturn in global equity markets boosted safe haven demand. Gold rose more than 3 percent to a 6-week high of

According to Wednesday’s EIA report, the nation’s crude oil supplies unexpectedly rose by 1.5 million barrels to 380.8 million barrels versus forecasts for a draw of 3 million barrels. The news sent crude-oil futures down more than 4 percent to a 5-year low of

Manufacturing output in the U.K unexpectedly fell 0.7 percent in Oct. – marking the first downturn in 5 months – as industrial production declined 0.1 percent. Economists call for output to rise

In an unanticipated move, the Central Bank of Russia raised its key interest rate from 9.5 percent to 10.5 percent. The news sent the ruble to an all-time low of

In its most recent WASDE release, the USDA unexpectedly raised its global corn stockpile estimate by 0.7 million metric tons to 192.2 million tons. World wheat inventories are projected 1.9 million tons higher as the estimate for global output was

Lululemon Q3 earnings of $60.5 million or $0.42 a share topped forecasts of $0.38 a share, as revenue rose 10 percent. Shares surged more than

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U.S. wholesale inventories rose by a better-than-expected 0.4 percent in Oct. – exceeding forecasts for a gain of 0.2 percent – as supplies of non-durable goods soared

According to HSBC, a decline in mine production and scrap supplies will have the silver market swinging from a current-year surplus of 3 million ounces to a deficit of

Natural gas storage fell by 51 billion cubic feet to 3.359 trillion cubic feet last week – exceeding forecasts for a draw of 45 billion cubic feet. The larger-than-expected decline had natural gas futures rallying more than

The USDA expects domestic orange production to rise 3 percent year-on-year to 6,964,000 tons (160 million boxes), as Florida’s output also advances 3 percent to

News that activist investor fund Starboard Value upped its stake in Office Depot to 10 percent sent the retailer’s shares climbing nearly

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In Nov., U.S. business owners became more confident that both sales and conditions over the next 6 months will rise – sending the Small Business Optimism Index up 2 points to a nearly 8-year high of

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Bearly News for December 5, 2014

The Institute for Supply Management’s non-manufacturing purchasing managers index beat expectations in Nov. – rising from a reading of 57.1 to a 3-month high of

During an unusually high spike in trading, Apple shares tumbled by the most in 10 months – sliding

Wheat rose more than 3 percent to a 21-week high of $5.81 a bushel this week, as freezing temperatures from the U.S. and Russia raised crop damage forecasts, with analysts now calling for the U.S. to lose as much as

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According to the EIA, U.S. natural gas reserves rose 9.7 percent, or 31.3 trillion cubic feet, last year to a record 354 trillion cubic feet. The agency calls for production to rise 4.8 percent this year to an all-time high of

A downturn in mining investment had Australia reporting that the economy expanded just 0.3 percent in Q3 versus forecasts for a growth of 0.7 percent. On a year-on-year basis, the economy expanded

An improving U.S. economy and signs of economic instability in Japan had the yen falling to a 7-year low of

Dollar General’s Q3 earnings fell nearly 1 percent to $236.3 million or $0.78 a share versus Wall Street’s projection of $0.80 a share, as revenue missed forecasts and tax expenses rose. The news sent shares down

An announcement from German carmaker BMW stating that they weren’t interested in a stake in Tesla Motors sent Tesla’s shares plunging nearly

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Although platinum demand is expected to fall this year, a 31 percent production decline out of South Africa will have the platinum market experiencing its third straight yearly supply deficit – as overall inventories fall 9 percent to

Weaker-than-expected economic data out of Australia had the Australian dollar falling to a new 4-year low against the U.S. dollar – dropping

U.S. construction spending climbed 1.1 percent to a seasonally adjusted $971 billion in Oct. versus forecasts for a rise of just 0.5 percent. The better-than-expected advance brought the year-on-year gain to

According to Wednesday’s EIA report, the nation’s crude oil supplies unexpectedly fell by 3.69 million barrels last week versus forecasts for a build of 380,000 barrels. Inventories now stand 1.7 percent lower year-on-year at

Coffee output in Vietnam is expected to fall, as a lack of moisture hurts yields after a record harvest fatigued trees. Analysts now expect production to come in 3.5 percent lower year-on-year at

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Following record drought conditions as well as record-setting temperatures, Australia cut its 2014/15 cotton production estimate by 19 percent, which would bring output to stand at a 5-year low of

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Bearly News for November 26, 2014

The U.S. economy expanded at a faster-than-expected pace during the third quarter – rising from a previous estimate of 3.5 percent to an annual rate of

Tiffany & Co.’s Q3 profit tumbled 60 percent to $38.3 million, as sales in Japan fell 12 percent. However, a 10 percent advance in U.S. sales sent shares climbing to a record-high of

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Apple’s market capitalization exceeded a record-breaking $700 billion this week, as strong iPhone sales helped to push shares to an all-time high of

Vietnam’s 2014/15 robusta output is expected to fall 4.5 percent year-on-year to 66.3 million bags, while consumption is projected to rise 2.8 percent to 69.3 million bags – sending the world deficit to a 9-year high of

Germany’s Ifo business confidence index unexpectedly rose from a reading of 103.2 to 104.7 in Nov. compared to forecasts for a decline to

Better-than-expected U.S. economic growth had the Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index rising to a 5-year high of

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According to Wednesday’s EIA report, the nation’s crude oil supplies advanced by a larger-than-anticipated 1.9 million barrels to 383 million barrels compared to forecasts for a build of 467,000 barrels. Gasoline supplies rose

Natural gas storage fell by 162 billion cubic feet to 3.43 trillion cubic feet last week – exceeding forecasts for a draw of 130 billion cubic feet. Stockpiles now stand 9.2 percent

Q3 net income at U.S. banks rose 7.3 percent to $38.7 billion, as revenue rose at its fastest pace in 5 years with an advance of

A deterioration in U.S. winter-wheat crops and forecasts for unfavorable weather in the Black Sea region had wheat prices rising to a more than 1-week high of

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In a sign of waning consumer optimism over the job market and the overall state of the economy, U.S. consumer confidence made a surprise downturn in Nov. – dropping from a reading of 94.1 to a 5-month of

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Bearly News for November 21, 2014

The preliminary HSBC China Manufacturing Purchasing Managers index made a larger-than-expected downturn in Nov. – dropping from a reading of 50.4 to a 6-month low of

News that Morgan Stanley analysts Adam Jonas slashed his earnings guidance for Tesla Motors by more than 35 percent for both this year and next had Tesla’s share tumbling more than

Trader Kirt Christensen reveals a new weekly options system that is allowing him to trade only optimal, high probability trades –

Arabica coffee prices slid 5.2 percent to $1.8885 a pound on Thursday – marking the largest 1-day decline in a month – after the USDA surprised analysts by raising their production forecast for Brazil by

An increase in toy and computer game prices had U.K. inflation unexpectedly rising from a 5-year low in Oct. – advancing at an annual rate of

Best Buy’s Q3 net income nearly doubled to $107 million or $0.32 a share – handily beating forecasts of $0.25. The results sent shares climbing more than

In an attempt to stimulate the economy, the People’s Bank of China unexpectedly lowered its benchmark interest by 40 basis points tod Q3

Declining interest rates and an improving job market had U.S. homebuilder confidence rebounding in Nov. – rising from a reading of 54 to reach a nearly 9-year high of

New unconventional day-trading strategy allows novice traders to net more than $100,000 a month in profits –

Soybean futures dropped to a 2-week low of $10.0375 a bushel after the U.S. reported that exports climbed 25 percent in the week ended Nov. 13 to a record

DreamWorks’ shares plunged following news that Hasbro’s board voted against a merger. Shares made their largest 1-day downturn since the company’s IPO in Oct. 2004 – dropping

According to U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. gold production fell 11 percent year-on-year to 18,400 kilograms (591,573 troy ounces) in Aug., as production in

After Fed Reserve minutes showed that “some policy makers were concerned prices in the U.S. economy aren’t rising fast enough,” the dollar extended gains – reaching a 7 year high of

Crude Oil futures fell to a low of $73.92 a barrel on Wednesday after the EIA reported that the nation’s crude oil supplies unexpectedly rose by

Germany’s ZEW investor confidence index rose for the first time in 11 months in Nov. – rebounding from a reading of minus 3.6 to

Corn futures rebounded from a nearly 2-week low – rising 2.7 percent to $3.8625 a bushel – after the U.S. reported that export sales surged 80 percent to

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With drought and fungal disease affecting cocoa yields and cocoa consumption continuing to rise, the world’s cocoa deficit is expected to jump to 1 million metric tons by the year

According to Thomson Reuters GFMS, declining sliver prices will have coin and bar sales sliding 21 percent to 191.6 million ounces this year – sending physical silver demand down 6.7 percent to

U.S. consumer price index remained unchanged in Oct. versus forecasts for a decline of 0.1 percent, as gas prices tumbled

Urban Outfitters’ Q3 profit slid 33 percent to $47.1 million or $0.35 a share – missing forecasts of $0.41. The news sent shares falling to a fresh new low of

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Bearly News for November 14, 2014

According to the World Gold Council, Russia’s central bank has added almost 115 metric tons of gold to its reserves so far this year versus just 77.5 tons for all of last year and 75 tons in 2012, as foreign banks hold off on

Yahoo shares climbed more than 3 percent – bringing the stock’s full-year advance to

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Fossil Group Inc.’s shares surge more than 10 percent to reach a 6-month high of $114.39 after reporting that

Alibaba sales surge 62 percent to an all-time high of $9.3 billion during China’s Singles Day, the world’s largest online shopping day of the year

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Small business confidence in the U.S. rose 0.8 percent to a reading of 96.1 in Oct. Economists had called for a reading

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Unemployment in the U.K. remained at a 6-year low of 6 percent during the third quarter, as wage growth rose by a better-than-expected 1 percent compared to

Cisco’s fiscal first quarter profit rose 1.9 percent to $0.54 a share – topping forecasts of $0.53 – as revenue advanced 1.3 percent to a record $12.2 billion versus Wall Street’s

Macy’s Q3 earnings climbed 23 percent to $217 million or $0.61 a share – exceeding forecasts of $0.50 a share – as the retailer cut costs and increased operating margins.

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The yen tumbled to a 7-year low of 116.40 against the U.S. dollar this week, as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s sales-tax deliberations sent “the world’s second-most traded currency pair into a spin.”

According to this week’s EIA report, the nation’s crude oil supplies unexpectedly dropped by 1.7 million barrels to 378.5 million barrels compared to forecasts for a build of

The USDA cuts its domestic corn crop projection 0.5 percent to 14.407 billion bushels, while lowering its ending stock estimate

Domestic wheat output is forecasted 9 million bushels lower at 2.026 billion, while world wheat production is projected 1.3 million tons lower at 719.86 million tons.

Despite declining prices, world gold demand fell 2.5 percent to a nearly 5-year low of 929.3 metric tons during the third quarter, as bar and coin sales tumbled

Gold demand out of China slumped 37 percent to 182.7 metric tons during the quarter, as bar and coin sales fell 30 percent to

Favorable weather conditions in Vietnam had analysts raising their 2014/15 coffee crop forecast from a previous estimate of 1.69 million tons to

Cocoa futures dropped to a 10-month low of $2,821 a ton this week, as the West African harvest progressed and Ebola concerns eased.

Cotton futures fell nearly 3 percent to a 5-year low of 58.57 cents a pound this week after the USDA called for world output to jump to an all-time high of

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Bearly News for November 7, 2014

Low prices made for more silver sales, with the U.S. Mint alone selling 1.4 million ounces of the silver American Eagle coin

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After forecasting a production growth rate of 50 percent for the next several years, Tesla Motor’s shares surged more than 7 percent – bringing the company’s full-year advance to more than

U.S. construction spending made a surprise downturn in Sept. – dropping 0.4 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of $950.9 billion versus forecasts for

The ADP reported that the private sector increased payrolls for the seventh straight month in Oct. – adding 230,000 jobs versus forecasts for a gain of 220,000. The advance marks the largest

The European Union cut economic growth forecasts again – reducing this year’s estimate from 1.2 percent to just 0.8 percent and next year’s projection from

21st Century Fox’s shares climbed nearly 5 percent this week after the company reported better-than-expected Q3

The U.S. dollar jumped to a 7-year high of 114.84 against the yen this week, as Republicans took control of the U.S. Senate.

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According to Wednesday’s EIA report, the nation’s crude oil supplies rose by a smaller-than-anticipated 0.5 million barrels compared to forecasts for a build of

Natural gas storage rose by 91 billion cubic feet to 3.57 trillion cubic feet last week – exceeding forecasts for a build of

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The USDA is expected to raise its domestic corn production estimate from a forecast of 14.475 billion bushels to an all-time high of

China’s corn output is expected to fall 3.6 percent to 210.6 million tons – marking the biggest downturn in 10 years – as one of the worst droughts in the region’s history hurts yields.

The Food & Agriculture Organization raised its 2014/15 world wheat production estimate from 718.5 million metric tons to a record

Gold and silver prices tumbled to 4-year lows this week as Republicans gained control of the Senate and BOJ Governor announced

Vietnam’s coffee production estimate was raised from a previous forecast of 1.65 million metric tons to a near-record 1.69 million tons, as favorable

Forecasts for dry weather throughout Brazil had arabica coffee futures surging 6.9 percent to a 32-month high of $2.255 a pound this week, as

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Bearly News for October 31, 2014

Despite reporting that Q3 earnings matched expectations, Twitter shares tanked this week – dropping more than

U.S. economy expanded an annual pace of 3.5 percent during the third quarter – exceeding forecasts for a growth of

U.S. durable goods orders unexpectedly fell 1.3 percent in Sept. to a seasonally adjusted $241.63 billion, as demand for investment goods made its largest downturn in 8 months with

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U.S. consumer confidence also made an unexpected advance in Oct. – rising from a reading of 89 to a 7-year high of 94.5 versus forecasts for a decline to 87 – as

A reading on the U.S. service sector fell from a reading of 58.9 to a 6-month low of 57.3 in Oct. – missing forecasts

Although Facebook reported that Q3 revenue climbed 59 percent to $3.2 billion versus forecasts of $3.12 billion, the company’s shares tumbled more than 10 percent this week. The decline came

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Pfizer’s Q3 profit rose 3 percent to $2.67 billion or $0.57 a share – beating forecasts of $0.55 a share – as sales came in at $12.36 billion versus Wall Street’s projection of $12.24 billion.

The U.S. dollar strengthened against its major counterparts this week, with the Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index hitting a 3-week high of 1,073.85, after a report showed

Brazil’s real climbed 1.7 percent to 2.4214 against the U.S. dollar after the Brazilian Central Bank unexpectedly raised its interest rate to

According to Wednesday’s EIA report, the nation’s crude oil supplies rose by 2.1 million barrels to 379.7 million barrels compared to forecasts for a build of 2.8 million barrels. Gasoline supplies fell

Natural gas storage rose by 87 billion cubic feet to 3.480 trillion cubic feet last week – beating forecasts for a build of 85 billion cubic feet. Supplies now stand 294 billion cubic feet

The International Grains Council raised its global corn production estimate from 974.2 million metric tons to

Wheat rebounded from a 4-year low hit in Sept. – rising 1.5 percent to $5.3075 a bushel – after Agritel called for Australia’s 201/15 harvest to fall to a 5-year low

Market researcher SovEcon called for Russia’s 2015 wheat harvest to fall below 50 million metric tons from the current year’s projection of

China’s gold imports via Hong Kong rose from 25.6 metric tons to a 5-month high of 61.7 tons in Sept., as the National Day holiday boosted jewelry sales

According to the International Monetary Fund, Russia added 37.2 metric tons of gold to its reserves in Sept. – marking the largest stockpile advance since 1998. Holdings now stand at

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Rice futures continued to decline this week after hitting a 4-year low of $11.375 for 100 pounds

The Cotton Advisory Board expects India’s cotton exports to fall 23 percent year-on-year to 9 million bales in 2014/15. However, analysts are calling for

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Bearly News for October 24, 2014

Top Stories

Apple’s Q4 profit rose 13 percent to $8.47 billion or $1.42 a share – exceeding forecasts of $1.31 – as revenue jumped 12 percent to $42.12 billion after iPhones sales surged from a year-earlier 33.79 million units to 39.27 million. Analysts had called for revenue to reach $39.88 billion, as new iPhone sales totaled 37.8 million. Shares rose following the announcement. (1) Trader Kirt Christensen reveals how he turned an hour a week into a 6-figure income – read the full story here. IBM shares tanked this week – hitting a more than 3-year low – after the company abandoned its 2015 earnings target and reported that Q3 earnings fell short of expectations. During the quarter, IBM’s net income dropped 18 percent to $3.7 billion or $3.68 a share versus forecasts of $4.31, as revenue tumbled nearly $1 billion to $22.4 billion. (2)

Economic Releases & Statistics

The U.S. index of leading indicators climbed 0.8 percent in Sept. – exceeding forecasts for a gain of 0.7 percent – as both an improving labor market and declining gas prices boosts household wealth. (3) During a live training event, trader reveals a new weekly options system that allows traders to trigger trades in both trending and flat markets – read the full story here. As expected, U.S. consumer prices rose just 0.1 percent in Sept. – bringing the year-on-year advance to 1.7 percent – as gas prices dropped 1 percent and airfare 0.5 percent. (4) U.S. existing home sales climbed 2.4 percent in Sept. to reach a seasonally adjusted 1-year high of 5.17 million, as interest rates fall to near historic lows and better job growth boosts consumer confidence. Economists had called for a gain of just 1 percent. (5) China’s economy expanded at its slowest pace in 5 years during the third quarter – rising just 7.3 percent versus the government’s target of 7.5 percent – as real estate investment and consumer spending slowed. (6) The eurozone’s purchasing managers’ index unexpectedly rose from a reading of 52 to 52.2 in Oct. compared to forecasts for a decline to 51.5, as Germany’s manufacturing sector improved. (7)

Stocks & Earnings

Coca-Cola’s Q3 net income dropped 14 percent to $2.1 billion or $0.48 a share, as sales fell from $12 billion to $11.98 billion year-on-year. On an adjusted basis, the company earned $0.53 a share – matching forecasts. The results sent shares down more than 6 percent. (8) Trader shares his revolutionary day trading strategy that has allowed some of his students to take in profits of over $100,000 in a single month – sign up for this free webinar event here. Caterpillar raised its full-year outlook by $0.30 a share to $6.50 a share after reporting that Q3 earnings rose to $1.72 – surpassing forecasts of $1.35 – as sales advanced to $13.5 billion versus Wall Street’s projection of $13.2 billion. The news sent shares climbing more than 7 percent. (9) Yahoo’s Q3 earnings climbed to $9.4 billion after netting $6.3 billion for the sale of 140 million Alibaba shares. Even excluding the sale, the company’s net income still jumped 52 percent to $543 million or $0.52 a share – handily beating forecasts of $0.32 – as revenue rose to $1.1 billion. Shares rallied following the announcement. (10)

Global Currencies

The U.S. dollar jumped 1.1 percent to 108.27 yen this week after the U.S. reported that unemployment claims held near a 14-year low. The 6-day rally, “which has boosted the dollar 2.2 percent, is the longest since a seven-day streak ended Aug. 26.” (11) Unease over an upcoming stress test on eurozone banks had the euro falling on Friday – dropping 0.1 percent to 78.85 pence and 0.1 percent to 136.94 yen after previously hitting a 2-week low of $1.2614 against the U.S. dollar. (12) Brazil’s real fell to a nearly 6-year low of 2.50 against the U.S. dollar this week, as data showed that President Dilma Rousseff led in voter polls. (13) Concerns that a rate increase could weigh on recent momentum in the economy, the Bank of Canada held its key interest rate unchanged and in line with forecasts at a record-low 1 percent this week. (14)

Oil & Energies

According to Wednesday’s EIA report, the nation’s crude oil supplies surged by 7.11 million barrels to 377.7 million barrels last week compared to forecasts for a build of 3 million barrels. (15) The larger-than-expected build sent crude oil prices tumbling 2.4 percent to a 2-year low of $80.52 a barrel. (16) Gasoline supplies dropped 1.3 million barrels to 204.4 million barrels – matching forecasts. Distillates unexpectedly rose 1.05 million barrels to 125.7 million versus to forecasts for a draw of 1.5 million barrels. (17)

Natural gas storage rose by 94 billion cubic feet to 3.393 trillion cubic feet last week – missing forecasts for a build of 98 billion cubic feet but exceeding the 5-year average of 70 billion cubic feet. Natural gas prices dropped 1 percent to an 11-month low of $3.622 per million British thermal units following the report. (18)

Grains & Field Crops

According to the USDA’s weekly crop report, an estimated 53 percent of the domestic soybean crop was completed as of last week – marking the second slowest pace in 20 years – as rain hampered progress. The advance is also well below the 5-year average of 66 percent. The domestic corn harvest stood at a completion rate of just 31 percent compared to the 5-year average of 53 percent. (19) The report had soybean futures climbing 1.26 percent to $9.7575 a bushel and corn futures rallying 2.23 percent to a 7-week high of $3.5860 a bushel. (20) Afghanistan is expected to produce a larger than an average wheat harvest this year, with output to reach a near record of 5.1 million metric tons, as favorable weather conditions boosts yields. (21)

Precious Metals

Gold prices rose to a 6-week high of $1,250 an ounce this week, as poor economic data out of China added to safe-haven demand and broad-based commodities rose. (22) According to China’s 2014 Gold yearbook, Chinese gold demand came in at 2,199 tonnes, while imports rose to 1,524 tonnes, in 2013 – handily beating all other projections. The World Gold Council had reported demand at 1,066 tonnes, while China’s own Gold Association had reported just 1,176 tonnes. (23)

Other Commodities

Arabica coffee futures plummeted 5.3 percent to $1.99 a pound this week following reports that some areas of Brazil will receive up to 2.5 inches of rain. (24) U.S. orange juice retail sales fell 9 percent in the 4-week period ending Sept. 27 – bringing the final 2013/14 decline to 6.4 percent – as prices rose 1.5 percent to an average of $6.29 a gallon. Forecasts call for Florida’s orange crop to fall an additional 3-5 percent during the 2014/15 season from 2013/14’s final output of just 104.6 million boxes. (25) California’s 2014/15 orange crop is projected to rise just 1 percent to 101 million boxes, with Valencia output falling 9 percent to 20 million boxes and Navel rising 4 percent to 81 million. (26)

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Bearly News for October 17, 2014

Top Stories

Apple shares fell this week – dropping 1.3 percent to $96.26 – as the unveiling of the new iPad Mini 3 and the iPad Air 2 failed to excite investors. (1) Trader explains how what happened June 4, 2010 is allowing even the smallest investor to make a solid weekly income in just 15 minutes a week – read the full story here. Netflix shares tumbled more than 26 percent, or $117.59, to $331.00 a share this week after the company reported that subscriber growth failed to meet projections – adding 3 million new worldwide subscribers versus forecasts for an increase of 3.7 million. (2)

Economic Releases & Statistics

For the first time since Jan., U.S. retail sales fell – dropping 0.3 percent in Sept. versus forecasts for a downturn of just 0.1 percent – as sales at auto dealers, furniture stores, building-supply outlets, and clothing merchants all declined. (3) The U.S. producer-price index unexpectedly dropped 0.1 percent in Sept. – marking the first decline in more than a year – as fuel costs tumbled to a 4-year low. Economists were anticipating an increase of 0.1 percent. (4) U.S. industrial production made its largest advance since Nov. 2012– rising 1 percent in Sept. versus forecasts for a gain of 0.4 percent – as utilities surged by the most since May 2012 and manufacturing rebounded 0.5 percent. (5) Germany cuts its economic growth forecasts for both 2014 and 2015 – reducing this year’s estimated from a growth of 1.8 percent to 1.2 percent and next year from 2 percent to 1.3 percent – as political tensions rise and Eurozone growth remains stagnant. (6) The U.K. unemployment rate fell from 6.2 percent to a 6-year low of 6 percent during the third quarter, as employment rose 46,000 to a record 30.8 million and unemployment dropped 154,000 to a 2008 low of 1.97 million. Economists called for a smaller decline to 6.1 percent. (7)

Stocks & Earnings

Goldman Sachs’ Q3 profit soared 48 percent to $2.24 billion or $4.57 a share – exceeding forecasts of $3.21 – as revenue jumped 25 percent to $8.39 billion. (8) Trader provides proof how his new revolutionary day trading strategy has consistently been turning losing traders into super traders, with profits of over a $100,000 a month – read the full story here. Johnson & Johnson’s Q3 profit jumped 59 percent to $4.75 billion, as pharmaceutical sales climbed 18 percent to $8.3 billion. On an adjusted basis, the company earned $1.50 a share – topping Wall Street’s projection of $1.45. (9) JP Morgan returned to a profit during the third quarter – earning $5.6 billion versus a year-earlier net loss of $380 million – as revenue rose 5 percent to $24.2 billion. On an adjusted basis, JP Morgan earned $1.36 a share – missing forecasts of $1.38 – as the bank took on an unexpected $1 billion in legal fees. (10) Citi’s Q3 profit jumped 13 percent to $3.67 billion or $1.15 a share – easily beating forecasts of $0.03 a share – as revenue climbed 10 percent to a record $19.97 billion compared to estimates of $19.02 billion. The better-than-expected results sent shares up 2.5 percent. (11)

Global Currencies

The U.S. dollar dropped to a 3-week low of $1.2885 against the euro this week, while tumbling to a 1-month low of 105.21 against the yen, as poor economic data out of the U.S. added to speculation that the Fed Reserve will hold off on a rate increase. (12) During a live trading event, trader Kirt Christensen explains how he turned 100,000 into $1.4 mil using a little-known market sector – read the full story here. The euro fell to an 11-month low of 134.36 against the yen this week, as “euro zone peripheral bonds came under pressure and as global growth worries sent investors in search of refuge.” (13) The yuan climbed to a 7-month high of 6.1209 against the U.S. dollar this week – marking the currency’s second weekly advance – after a government report showed that exports out of China rose to a 20-month high. (14)

Oil & Energies

According to Wednesday’s EIA report, the nation’s crude oil supplies surged 8.9 million barrels to 370.6 million barrels last week versus forecasts for a build of just 2.2 million barrels. Gasoline supplies fell more than anticipated – dropping 4 million barrels to 205.7 million barrels compared to forecasts for a draw of 1.4 million barrels. Distillates fell by 1.5 million barrels to 124.6 million versus to forecasts for a larger decline of 1.7 million barrels. (15)

Natural gas storage rose by 94 billion cubic feet to 3.299 trillion cubic feet last week – exceeding forecasts for a build of 89 to 92 billion cubic feet. Supplies now stand 9.4 percent lower year-on-year and 9.9 percent below the 5-year average. (16)

Grains & Field Crops

According to the USDA’s crop progress report only 24 percent of the domestic corn harvest had reached completion by the end of last week, which is nearly 20 percent below the average completion rate for this time of year. However, soybean progress more than doubled last week – rising from 20 percent to 40 percent. (17) The Eurozone’s wheat harvest is expected to rise 7.4 percent year-on-year to 155.3 million metric tons – exceeding the USDA’s previous projection of 153.98 million tons – while corn production is expected to jump 15.3 percent to an all-time high of 72.79 million tons. Wheat production in the U.K. is estimated to climb 38 percent year-on-year to 16.42 million tons. (18) Australia’s wheat production estimate was reduced from a previous forecast of 25 million metric tons to 22.3 million tons, as hot and dry weather continues to hurt yields. Forecasters speculate that a further reduction could take place should the conditions continue. (19)

Precious Metals

In Sept., India’s gold imports surged 450 percent year-on-year to an all-time high of $3.75 billion. As a result, the trade deficit advanced at its fastest pace in 18 months – rising from $10.84 billion to $14.25 billion month-on-month – which provided further initiative for the Indian government to maintain its curbs on gold. (20) For the first time in 18-months, platinum prices fell below the price of gold – dropping 1.8 percent to $1,239.13 an ounce versus gold’s price of $1,242.97 an ounce – as concerns rose that sluggish economic growth will weigh on demand. (21) Societe Generale cut its platinum price forecast for both this year and next – reducing its 2014 estimate from $1,450 an ounce to $1,410 and 2015 from $1,500 an ounce to $1,450. The agency also reduced its 2014 palladium projection from $835 an ounce to $810 and 2015 from $950 to $920. (22)

Other Commodities

A Brazilian crop forecasting agency raised its 2014/15 coffee production estimate by 570,000 60kg bags to 45.14 million bags. Despite the increase, output still remains at a 2011/12 seasonal low. According to the International Coffee Organization, world production reached 145.2 million bags during the 2014/15 season, with consumption totaling 145 million bags. (23) According to Brazil’s Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock Production, and Supplies, cocoa output will tumble 15.7 percent over the next 10 years to just 216,000 metric tons – down from last year’s estimate of 243,000 tons – as harvest area falls 1 percent. (24) Positive weather conditions throughout the Ivory Coast will have the region producing 1.6 million tonnes of cocoa during the 2014/15 season. (25)

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