Bearly News for May 27, 2016

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Despite reporting stronger-than-expected Q1 profits, Best Buy shares plunged this week as the electronics’ retailer called for Q2 profits to fall short of expectations as an earthquake in Japan disrupted the availability of some highly profitable products. Shares dropped more than

U.S. pending home sales made its largest advance in nearly 6 years last month, as three out of four regions rose with the west posting its biggest gain on record. In April, sales jumped to a 10-year high of

Crude futures soared to a 7-month high this week after the EIA reported that domestic supplies fell more than anticipated. According to the agency, inventories dropped 4.2 million barrels to stand at 537.1 million barrels versus forecasts for a draw of

Even with Florida on track to produce the smallest orange crop in more than 50 years, orange-juice futures failed to hold on to gains made throughout the month as demand continues to decline. Gallon sales for the four-week period ending Feb. 20 slumped 7.1 percent to

The U.S. dollar regained some early losses after statements by a Federal Reserve official fueled speculation that the bank planned to hold to its timeline for a rate increase this summer. After initially falling to its lowest level in 8 days, the greenback rebounded

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Shares of Abercrombie & Fitch Co tanked this week after the retailer reported that sales slumped for the thirteenth straight quarter as consumers continued to turn to fast-fashion retailers. During the first quarter, sales unexpectedly fell 4 percent versus forecasts for a gain of

Although gains were made in both Germany and France, economic growth in the eurozone failed to maintain momentum during the second quarter as softness plagued the rest of the currency block despite promises of increased stimulus measures by the central bank. During the Q2

Natural gas futures slid this week after the EIA reported that supplies rose by 71 billion cubic feet to 2.825 trillion cubic feet – a 37 percent increase on year-ago levels. Analysts had called for a build of 67 billion cubic feet. Futures fell

Severe drought and late plantings will likely have South Africa cutting its corn projection yet again. Having initially called for output to fall 30 percent from last year’s 9.96 million tonnes season, the country’s Crop Estimates Committee

Gold prices fell sharply this week as stronger-than-expected U.S. economic data bolstered comments by Fed Reserve Governor Jerome Powell that a rate hike could come “fairly soon.” The metal tumbled to a nearly 7-week low of

Shares of both Time Warner and Netflix rallied this week as news broke that an Apple executive had discussed the idea of buying Time Warner, while similarly cited sources said the tech giant was more likely to go after Netflix. Time Warner’s share rose


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Bearly News for May 20, 2016

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Shares of Target Corp sank this week after the retailer reported that sales rose less than anticipated during the first quarter, while also calling for Q2 sales to remain flat. The news sent shares tumbling to a December 2008 low of

According to Germany’s farm cooperatives association, the region’s 2016 wheat harvest will be coming in lower than previously thought as farmers reduce wheat planting area in favor of more rapeseed. The association sees output falling 3.7 percent to

U.S. consumer prices rose at its fastest pace in three years in April as energy prices surged 8.1 percent, while rent rose 0.3 percent. According to the Labor Department, the Consumer Price Index increased

Crude futures declined after the Energy Information Administration reported that the nation’s crude supplies unexpectedly rose last week – advancing 1.4 million barrels to 541.3 million barrels versus forecasts for a draw of

Lowe’s shares climbed this week after the home improvement retailer reported that both Q1 earnings and sales topped Wall Street as Americans continue to invest in their homes. The better-than-expected results sent shares rising more than

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The U.S. dollar soared to a one-month high this week following minutes of the Federal Reserve’s most recent policy meeting indicated that the central bank could raise interest rates as early as this summer. The greenback rose

Severe drought conditions across central Brazil had both analysts and the country’s grain agency, Conab, lowering their corn and soybean crop projections again this week, while also stating that another reduction could be on the horizon. Analyst Michael Cordonnier lowered his soybean estimate to 97 million tons, while reducing his corn forecast to

Japan’s economy managed to dodge recession territory during the first three months of the year – helped by strong consumer demand and solid exports. During the first quarter, the economy unexpectedly rebounded from a 1.7 percent contraction to expand at its fastest pace in a year – growing

Natural gas storage rose by a smaller-than-expected 73 billion cubic feet last week to stand at 2.754 trillion cubic feet compared to forecasts for a build of

Gold futures slid this week as minutes from the Federal Reserve’s latest policy meeting signaled that a rate increase could come as early as June as long as next month’s economic data points to strong Q2 growth. The metal slumped more than

Shares of Wal-Mart Stores Inc. soared by the most in more than 7 years after the retailer reported that both profits and sales exceeded forecasts during the first quarter. On an adjusted basis, earnings rose to 0.98 a share – topping estimates of


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Bearly News for May 13, 2016

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Macy’s shares plummeted this week after the retailer cut its full-year profit projection while also reporting that Q1 sales fell short of forecasts. The largest U.S. department store now expected profits of between $3.15 and $3.40 a share versus a previous forecast of

Crude prices soared to a 6-month high this week after a U.S. government report showed that stockpiles fell for the first time in 6 weeks. According to the EIA, inventories unexpectedly fell 3.4 million barrels versus forecasts for a build of

U.S. unemployment claims hit a 14-month high last week as economic growth begins to be weighed down by weakness overseas and a strong U.S. dollar. According to the Labor Department, jobless claims rose by a seasonally adjusted

Soybean futures climbed this week after the USDA’s most recent WASDE release called for global and U.S. soybean supplies to fall more than anticipated over the next 2 years, as world demand rises while output declines throughout South America. Prices rose to a 16-1/2-month high of

Shares of Gap Inc. tanked this week after the apparel retailer reported that same-store sales unexpectedly fell 7 percent – surprising analysts who had called for a gain of 1.1 percent. The company’s preliminary earnings forecasts also fell well below market expectation – ranging from

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The U.S. dollar rallied this week – advancing against both the euro and the yen – as the Federal Reserve stood behind its plan to raise interest rates at least 2 more times this year as long as the economy remained on course. The greenback rose

German factory orders made its largest advance in 9 months in March as strong global demand helped to offset weakness in domestic demand. New orders in manufacturing rebounded

Natural gas prices rose this week after the EIA reported that supplies grew by a smaller-than-expected 56 billion cubic feet to 2,681 billion cubic feet versus forecasts for a build of 58 billion cubic feet. Futures rose

Damaging effects from the worst El Nino in nearly two decades has forecasts calling for coffee output out of Indonesia to slide 10 percent year-on-year, with the world’s third-largest grower of robusta expected to procure

Supported mainly by Western demand for gold exchange-traded funds thanks to substantial investment buying brought about by record low interest rates, gold demand soared in the first three months of the year to post its best quarterly advance on record. According to the World Gold Council, demand rose

Shares of Lumber Liquidators continued to take a beating this week as the flooring business reports yet another sales decline in the most recent quarter – marking the fifth consecutive downturn – as the company tries to rebound from damaging reports that it sold dangerous products. Shares slumped more than


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Bearly News for May 6, 2016

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Despite reporting strong quarterly profits and a 50 percent jump in sales, Fitbit shares tumbled this week as an increase in research and development spending had the company posting a weaker-than-anticipated Q2 outlook. Shares unexpectedly sank more than

Optimism regarding business climate and the overall direction of the economy had U.S. service sector growth topping forecasts in April, with the Institute for Supply Management’s non-manufacturing index rising from a reading of 54.5 to

According to the Energy Information Administration, the nation’s crude oil supplies rose by 2.78 million barrels to 543.4 million barrels versus forecasts for a much smaller build of just 750,000 barrels. Despite the larger-than-anticipated build, futures finished the day

After reporting that Ukraine’s wheat output climbed 10 percent to a record 26.5 million tonnes this year, the State Statistics Service called for production to do a complete turnaround in the coming season as planting area falls. According to the agency, wheat output will slump

The Australian dollar tumbled to a 5-week low against the U.S. dollar this week after the Reserve Bank of Australia unexpectedly slashed the official cash interest rate to a record-low 1.75 percent. The currency dropped nearly

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Eurozone retail sales fell sharply in March to mark the first downturn in 5 months, as the area’s economic recovery continues to remain vulnerable. Sales in the currency block fell

In a sign that Chinese consumers are brushing off economic growth concerns, China’s leading e-commerce operator posted a massive 85 percent gain in net income and a 39 percent advance in revenue. The better-than-expected results sent Alibaba’s shares jumping

Natural gas futures rose this week after the EIA reported that supplies advanced 68 billion cubic feet to 2.625 trillion cubic feet last week versus forecasts for a build of

For the first time in 13 years China’s corn planting area is expected to fall, as “global grain markets brace for the fallout from Beijing’s biggest agricultural reforms in nearly a decade.” The region’s planting area is estimated to decline by more than

According to the most recent World Silver Survey silver sales rose to a record-high last year, as demand in jewelry, coin and bar, and photovoltaic sectors climbed. Last year also marked the third consecutive yearly deficit – rising 60 percent

Tesla shares slumped this week as investors saw the car maker’s plans to boost production to 500,000 vehicles a year by 2018 farfetched – citing Tesla’s in ability to meet its own production forecast during the first quarter. Shares fell nearly


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Bearly News for April 29, 2016

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LinkedIn shares soared this week after the company released Q1 results that handily beat Wall Street, as talent solutions revenue jumped 41 percent, marketing solutions 29 percent, and premium subscriptions 22 percent. Shares rose more than

U.S. pending home sales rose more than anticipate in March to reach their highest level in almost a year, as an improving labor market and record low borrowing costs continued to fuel demand. According to the National Association of Realtors, pending sales of previously owned homes jumped

Corn exports out of the U.S. climbed 80 percent last week, as supplies tightened and growing conditions in Brazil worsened – causing local officials to call for a reduced forecast of between 5 to 10 million metric tons. U.S. sales rose to a 4-year high of

Oil closed above $46 a barrel for the first time since November as the EIA reported that U.S. crude production fell for the seventh straight week – bringing supplies to stand at an 18-month low. Oil prices rose

The U.S. dollar dropped to a 10-month low this week, as “weaker-than-forecast economic growth supported the Federal Reserve’s decision to keep monitoring data before any further tightening of monetary policy.” The greenback fell

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Despite reporting that Q1 profits topped Wall Street, Twitter shares tanked this week as revenue missed forecasts and the micro blogging site’s Q2 outlook left much to be desired – causing many analysts to cut their price targets. Shares fell

India’s coffee production is expected to plummet to a 19-year low in the coming season, as blossoming takes a hit due to excessively dry conditions. After rising to a record high 350,000 tons last year, output is now projected to decline 30 percent to

Natural gas futures retreated on Thursday after the EIA reported that inventories rose by a larger-than-anticipated 73 billion cubic feet versus forecasts for a build of 70 billion cubic feet. Total supplies now stand at

U.S. economic growth fell sharply in the first quarter– marking its slowest advance in 2 years – as both business and consumer spending softened and a strong U.S. dollar continued to weigh on growth. During the first 3 months of the year, the economy expanded just

Gold prices rallied on Thursday – bringing the metal’s advance for the year to stand at its largest in more than 3 decades – as an unexpected decision by the Bank of Japan stop easing its monetary policy sent the U.S. dollar sliding

Apple shares sank this week after the tech giant reported its first quarterly revenue decline in 13 years, as sales in China plummeted 26 percent. Overall revenue fell 13 percent to $50.6 billion, while net income dropped 22 percent to


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Bearly News for April 22, 2016

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IBM shares slumped this week as the company’s Q2 profit guidance fell short of forecasts and sales declined for the 16th consecutive quarter. The news sent shares tumbling more than

Gold declined as trading became volatile and the U.S. dollar rose following a news conference where European Central Bank President Mario Draghi indicated that policy makers could continue to cut interest rates. The metal fell from a

Increased participation on the part of first time homebuyers and an improving labor market helped U.S. home sales rebound in March after sales had slumped in February. Purchases of previously owned home rose by a larger-than-expected

Oil prices closed at a new record high for the year after the EIA reported that domestic production fell for the sixth straight week and stockpiles rose less than anticipated. Total inventories rose

According to the Institute for Agriculture Market Studies, Russia’s wheat harvest is expected climb to an 8-year high this season as a majority of crops avoided any substantial damage thanks to what was the warmest winter on record. Output is projected to rise

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Goldman Sachs Group Inc. tumbled this week – making it the worst performer in the Dow Jones Industrial Average this year – as the firm reported that profits plunged 60 percent during the first quarter while revenue dropped to a 2006 low of

Investor confidence in Germany rose for the second straight month to hit a 2016 high, as concerns over the future of China’s economy subsided and European Central Bank boosted stimulus measures. The ZEW Survey Economic Sentiment index advanced

Natural gas storage rose by 7 billion cubic feet to 2.484 trillion cubic feet last week versus forecasts for a much smaller build of just 2 billion cubic feet. Initially the smaller-than-expected build sent futures sliding more than

Heavy rains at a time when plants needed dryer conditions will have the Ivory Coast’s cotton crop sinking more than 30 percent this year. According to the Cotton Ginners Association output will fall

After initially lagging far behind the strong gains made by gold this year, silver soared to a 10-month high this week amidst signs of strong industrial demand in China and declining bets that the Fed Reserve will raise rates by the end of the year. Silver rose

Despite reporting that Q1 profits exceeded forecasts, shares of Netflix sank this week as revenue missed the mark and subscriber growth projections left investors concerned. The streaming company sees subscriber growth falling more than 50 percent to


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Bearly News for April 15, 2016

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Exports out of China made its largest increase in more than a year last month – easing concerns for an economic slowdown in the world’s second-largest economy. However, economists cautioned

According to the EIA, the nation’s crude oil supplies rose by a much larger than anticipated 6.6 million barrels versus forecasts for a build of 1 million barrels – returning inventories to a multi-decade high of

Shares of Wells Fargo & Co. slide this week after reporting that Q1 profits slumped 7 percent to $0.99 a share, as the bank set aside more than $1 billion to cover soured energy loans. Shares dropped

U.S. retail sales unexpectedly fell in March, as demand for autos made its largest downturn in a year with a decline of 2.1 percent. Total sales fell from a revised unchanged reading of

Soybean futures hit an 8-month high midweek, as smaller U.S. stockpiles, strong Chinese demand, and damage to Argentina’s crop brought about by heavy rains all weighed on supply concerns. U.S. prices jumped

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Fitbit shares continued to surge this week after Pacific Crest and Citigroup raised their outlooks – citing better-than-expected sales of Fitbit’s two newest products, the Blaze and Alta. Shares rallied

Asian currencies sank against the U.S. dollar this week, with the yuan and the Singapore dollar making their largest downturn since the start of the year, as the Singapore central bank caught investors off-guard by

Natural gas futures rebounded after the EIA reported that supplies fell by 3 billion cubic feet to 2.477 trillion cubic feet versus forecasts for a build of

Industrial production in the Eurozone made its largest decline in 18 months in February, as a weaker PMI assessment points to more weakness ahead. According to the Eurostat, output dropped

Gold sales soared in Japan during the first quarter “after the country’s move to set negative interest rates sent investors scurrying for a shelter, a further sign that global central bank policy of keeping borrowing costs low or below zero is stoking demand for bullion.” Bar sales jumped

Shares of JPMorgan Chase & Co. rose after the largest U.S. lender by assets reported a better-than-expected Q1 profit of $1.41 a share versus forecasts of $1.25 a share – citing cuts to banker pay and


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Bearly News for April 8, 2016

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U.S. durable goods orders dropped more than anticipated in February, as orders for commercial aircraft, mining, oil and gas industries fell sharply. Demand for goods expected to last 3 years or more slumped

Platinum jewelry sales surged in Indian last year, as increased distribution and successful branding programs helped to boost consumer acceptance. According to Platinum Guild International, retail sales jumped

Poor weather conditions during winter and spring sowing campaigns is expected to reduce wheat harvests in Ukraine, Russia, Europe and Romania, with Tetyana Adamenko calling for Ukraine’s wheat production to slide 35 percent to

Oil prices climbed this week after the EIA reported that supplies unexpectedly fell in the week ended April 1. According to the agency, inventories declined 4.9 million barrels versus forecasts for a build of

Harley-Davidson shares tanked this week after two analysts projected that the motorcycle giant may have lost market share in the Q1, with John Tomlinson forecasting a sales decline of 7 percent and

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The U.S. dollar slumped to an 18-month low against the yen, “as Japanese officials signaled they wouldn’t intervene in an attempt to weaken their currency” and the hesitation by the Fed Reserve to raise rates weighed on the greenback. The dollar

According to statistics published by the agricultural policy office, Brazil’s coffee exports soared nearly 150 percent in January, as ample rains helped to boost bean size following 2 straight seasons of harsh drought conditions. Exports rose

Natural gas prices rose to an 8-week high this week amid forecasts for cool weather to linger over much of the U.S. through the end of the month. Futures on the New York Mercantile Exchange gained

Citing lower oil prices and international sanctions the World Bank downwardly revised Russia’s economic growth forecasts for both this year and next. Having initially called for a contraction of 0.7 percent this year, the bank now sees an even larger

Gold rallied this week amid a falling U.S. dollar fell and fresh signals that the Fed Reserve will be cautious on raising interest rates as global economic growth remains uncertain. The metal made its advance in 3 weeks – rising

Groupon shares surged this week after the deal making site received at $250 million investment from Atairos Management, an independent investment fund run by former Comcast CFO Michael Angelakis. The show of confidence sent Groupon’s shares up


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U.S. consumer confidence rebounded in March, as strong gains in the labor market and rebounding stock prices more than offset rising gas prices. The Conference Board’s sentiment index rose to a better-than-expected

Shares of Lululemon Athletica surged this week after the yoga wear retailer reported a Q4 profit that handily topped forecasts thanks to a 17 percent jump in sales. For the quarter, Lululemon earned

According to the EIA, the nation’s crude oil supplies rose by a smaller-than-expected 2.3 million barrels compared to forecasts for a build of 3.3 million barrels. Despite the smaller build, supplies remain at a record-high

The U.S. dollar fell this week to post its worst quarterly performance since 2010, as comments by Fed Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen left investors paring their expectations for interest-rate increase this year. The greenback dropped to a 5-month low of

Corn futures sank this week after the USDA surprised markets with an acreage forecast that surpassed all expectations. The agency now sees 2016 planted acreage rising 6.4 percent to a 3-year high of

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Square Inc. soared this week after the San Francisco-based payments processing company revealed a new feature that will let merchants accept payments online. After closing at an all-time high following the announcement on Wednesday, shares continued their upward momentum the following day – jumping

For the second time this month, rating agency Standard & Poor’s lowered China’s credit rating outlook. Concerns that the country’s economic rebalancing will likely advance more slowly than anticipated had the firm cutting its outlook from

Natural gas futures fell from a 7-week high after the EIA reported that domestic supplies fell by a larger-than-anticipated 25 billion cubic feet versus forecasts for a draw of 22 billion cubic feet. Supplies now stand at

Gold posted its best quarterly advance in 30 years during the first quarter, as the likelihood of a rate increase by the U.S. Federal Reserve sometime in the near term became less and less likely. Gold rose

Shares of Fitbit climbed this week after news broke that the Blaze ranked “as the No. 1 best-selling device in the smartwatch category of Amazon, nudging ahead of the…Apple Watch Sport.” Following the news, analyst Joe Wittine gave the company a buy rating with a price target that would have shares leaping 50


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Bearly News for March 25, 2016

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Shares of Valspar Corp. soared this week after the company announced that it would be bought out by its rival Sherwin Williams for an estimated $11.3 billion. Combined the companies are expected to earn $2.8 billion a year as revenue tops $15 billion. The news sent shares jumping

According to crop monitoring service MARS, the European Union’s corn harvest will climb almost 11 percent this year, while yields of soft wheat and winter barley slide close to

Investor confidence in Germany rebounded from a 16-month low in March, as the current situation index advanced to a 6-month high. The Ifo institute’s business climate index rose from a reading of 105.7 to

Crude fell sharply this week after the EIA reported that inventories rose by a massive 9.5 million barrels verses forecasts for a build of just 3.1 million barrels. Supplies now stand at a record

The U.S. dollar made its largest advance in nearly a month after the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President James Bullard pushed for officials to consider raising rates as early as next month. The greenback rose

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Lumber Liquidators’ shares rallied following news that the flooring company had come to an agreement with the California Air Resources Board that “fully resolves” the regulatory inquiries. In the deal, Lumber Liquidators will pay $2.5 million while also agreeing to

Raw sugar futures surged to a 17-month high this week after analyst Green Pool raised his world sugar deficit projection by 19 percent – citing reduced yields thanks drought conditions brought about by El Nino. World consumption is now expected to exceed production by

Sales of previously owned homes in the U.S. dropped more than forecast in February, as supplies remain limited and ever increasing prices as well as new mortgage regulations deters buyers. According to the National Association of Realtors, existing home sales fell to a November low of

Natural gas storage rose by a smaller-than-expected 1 billion cubic feet last week compared to forecasts for a draw of between 4 and 8 billion cubic feet. Supplies now top

Despite an initial boost in safe-haven demand following the terror attacks in Brussels, gold fell sharply this week as speculation rose that a rate hike by the Fed Reserve was imminent. Gold slumped to a 4-week low of

Despite reporting a Q3 profit of $0.55 a share versus forecasts of $0.49 a share, Nike tumbled this week as the apparel maker’s full-year outlook fell short Wall Street thanks to increased competition and a strong U.S. dollar. Shares fell nearly


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