Bearly News for July 24, 2015

U.S. existing home sales jumped to an almost 8-1/2 year high in June, as gains in the labor market and the overall economy helped more Americans get into homes. Sales rose

Morgan Stanley Q2 earnings of $0.79 a share easily topped forecasts of $0.74, as revenue jumped 12 percent to $9.7 billion. The better-than-expected results sent shares climbing more than

Crude oil fell below the key level of $50 a barrel after the EIA reported that supplies unexpectedly advanced last week. Inventories rose 2.5 million barrels to 463.9 million versus forecasts for a draw of 1.6 million. The surprise build sent prices to a 3-month low of

LifeLock shares tanked on Tuesday before trading was finally halted. The slide came after the FTC announced that the company failed to follow terms outline in a 2010 settlement that required

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Wheat fell to an almost 1-month low after the USDA said crop progress rose from a completion rate of 65 percent to 75 percent, which exceeded the 5-year average of 74 percent. Futures declined

Although IBM’s Q2 profit of $3.84 a share beat forecasts of $3.78, the company’s stock tumbled as revenue dropped 13.5 percent to $20.81 billion versus forecasts of $20.95 billion. Shares fell more than

After making its largest downturn in more than a month following weak corporate earnings, the U.S. dollar rebounded on strong economic data – rising

Raw sugar slumped to a 6-1/2 year low this week, as speculation rose that world glut will rise as Brazil’s harvest accelerates on improved weather conditions. Futures for Oct. delivery dropped

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Concerns over the Greek crisis had consumer confidence in the eurozone falling far more than expected in July – down from a previous reading of -5.6 to

Natural gas storage continued to rise last week – advancing 61 billion cubic feet to 2.828 trillion cubic feet versus forecasts for a build of between 67 and 71 billion cubic feet. Futures fell

A $7.5 million write-down stemming from its acquisition of Nokia had Microsoft reporting its largest loss on record during the fourth quarter. The massive $3.2 billion loss sent shares down more than

China boosted its corn imports in June to the highest level in at least a decade – just missing an 18 percent surge in prices during the final week and a half of the month. Purchases more than doubled from

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Strength in the U.S. dollar and uncertainly over when the Fed Reserve will make its first rate increase had gold experiencing its longest losing streak in nearly 20 years. The metal sank to a more than 5-year low of

Despite reporting a Q3 profit of $1.85 a shares versus forecasts of $1.81, Apple’s shares fell sharply as both iPhone sales and revenue missed the marked. The tech giant’s shares

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Bearly News for July 17, 2015

U.S. retail sales made a surprise downturn in Jun, as car sales dropped 1.1 percent, home and furniture stores 1.6 percent, clothing 1.5 percent, and restaurants 0.2 percent. Purchases tumbled

Oil prices slid to a 3-month low this week after the EIA reported that total commercial inventories of crude oil and petroleum products rose 2.8 million barrels to an all new record high of 1.27 billion barrels. Prices fell more than

Bank of America’s Q2 earnings more than doubled to $0.45 a share – easily topping forecasts of $0.36 a share – as revenue rose to $22.35 billion compared to forecasts of $21.32 billion. The better-than-expected results sent shares

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Optimism that coffee prices will continue to surge after climbing more than 9 percent last month has farmers in Vietnam stockpiling the most beans in 5 years. Unsold inventories nearly doubled year-on-year – rising

Twitter shares soared on Tuesday after a purported Bloomberg News article reported that the microblogging site had received a takeover bid worth $31 billion. However, within 20 minutes the

Wheat continued to decline this week as demand for more expensive domestic supplies remained weak and the USDA reported that the winter harvest progressed from a completion rate of 55 percent to 65 percent. Prices dropped to a 2-week low of

Declines in food and clothing had inflation in the U.K. dropping back to zero in June, while the core index unexpectedly fell to a 14-year low of

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The U.S. dollar index jumped to a 6-week high after Fed Reserve Chair Janet Yellen reconfirmed that at rate increase would likely take place before the end of the year. The greenback rose

Natural gas storage rose by 99 billion cubic feet to 2.767 trillion cubic feet last week versus forecasts for a build of between 93 and 97 billion cubic feet. The larger-than-expected build had futures tumbling an additional

Shares of JPMorgan rose after the company delivered Q2 results that topped Wall Street. During the quarter, earnings rose to $1.54 a share versus forecasts of $1.45, while revenue

In its final projection of the season, the USDA raised its 2014/15 Florida orange crop estimate. The agency now sees output at

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Remarks from the Federal Reserve regarding when the next interest rate increase would take place had gold plunging to an 8-month low this week. Spot gold dropped

A share upgrade and anticipation for “Prime Day” had Amazon shares hitting multiple records this week – first spiking nearly 3 percent to close at a record-high on Monday and then jumping more than

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Bearly News for July 10, 2015

Gains in business activity and new orders helped to push up service sector growth in the U.S., with the Institute for Supply Management’s non-manufacturing index rising from

Crude oil tumbled to a 3-month low this week after the EIA reported that the nation’s crude oil supplies unexpectedly rose by 400,000 barrels versus forecasts for a draw of 1 million. Futures fell nearly

PepsiCo’s Q2 earnings of $1.32 a share easily topped forecasts of $1.23 a share, as gains in U.S. sales helped to offset currency declines in Latin America and Europe. The better-than-expected results sent the company’s shares climbing more than

Citing “excellent vegetative growth” Brazil raised its second corn harvest projection from a previous estimate of 49.38 million metric tons to a record-high of

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Canada posted the second largest trade deficit on record in May, as exports fell for the fifth straight month. The deficit unexpectedly widened from C$2.99 billion to

Sugar jumped 1.5 percent to a 6-week high of $12.5 a pound this week, as the Brazilian Sugarcane Industry Association warned of a possible cut in output and the International Sugar Organization raised its 2015/16 world deficit projection by

The yen dropped from its strongest level against the U.S. dollar in 7 weeks, as Chinese stocks rallied by the most in 6 years. The yen fell from

Shares of both Aetna and Humana tumbled this week after the two health insurance companies announced a merger valued at more than $30 billion. Aetna’s shares fell more than 6 percent while Humana’s shares slid

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Natural gas inventories rose by 91 billion cubic feet to 2,668 trillion cubic feet last week versus forecasts for a build of 84 billion. The larger-than-anticipated supply increase sent futures

Shares of Advanced Micro Devices fell to a more than 2-year low this week after the chipmaker reported a larger-than-expected 8 percent downturn in revenue during the second quarter. Shares tanked

The French farm ministry sees wheat output rising 400,000 metric tons year-on-year to reach the second highest level on record and the highest level for the European Union this season on increased sowings. According to the ministry, production will

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Walgreens’ Q3 adjusted earnings rose 22.9 percent to $1.02 a share – exceeding forecasts of $0.87 – as sales jumped 48.4 percent to $28.8 billion. The results sent the drugstore chain’s shares surging nearly

After initially plunging to a 4-month low, gold rebound as Chinese shares recovered and minutes from the Fed Reserve’s meeting signaled that a rate increase in the coming months would be unlikely. Gold rose

A weaker-than-expected first quarter in the U.S. had the International Monetary Fund cutting both its U.S. and world economic growth forecasts this week. The IMF reduced its 2015 U.S. estimate from 3.1 percent to 2.5 percent, while cutting its global

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Bearly News for July 3, 2015

U.S. pending home sales jumped to a 9-year high in May, as low borrowing costs and gains in both incomes and the labor market continue to boost the real-estate industry. Sales advanced

Constellation Brands’ shares advanced this week after the alcoholic-beverage maker reported that Q1 earnings climbed 17.8 percent to $1.26 a share versus forecasts of $1.24, while sales rose 6.8 percent. Share rose more than

Crude oil tumbled to a 2-month low this week after the EIA reported that the nation’s crude oil supplies unexpectedly rose 2.4 million barrels to 465.4 million barrels versus forecasts for a draw of 2 million barrels. Futures dropped more than

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The AHDB Cereals and Oilseeds made a sharp cut to its 2015/16 world wheat production forecast, as the International Grains Council cut output estimates for the EU, India, and Australia due to weather concerns. The agency now sees output at

In a sign that inflation in the eurozone might have slowed more sharply than first anticipated, Germany’s harmonized consumer price index unexpectedly fell in June – dropping from

A better-than-expected gain in private sector employment had the U.S. dollar rising to a 3-week high against all of its major peers this week – jumping

Natural gas futures advanced after the EIA reported that inventories rose by a smaller-than-expected 69 billion cubic feet to 2.577 trillion cubic feet last week versus forecasts for a build of 70 billion cubic feet. Prices rose more than

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A lack of rain had South Africa cutting its 2015 corn crop projection 0.9 percent, which will bring total output to stand at an 8-year low. The Crop Estimates Committee now sees production

In a sign that a recession could be on the horizon for Canada this year, the economy unexpectedly contracted for the fourth straight month in April – falling

Apollo Group’s shares plunged this week, as the company reported a disappointing Q3 EPS of $0.44 versus forecasts of $0.47. The earnings miss came as revenue fell 14.1 percent to $681.48 million, which also fell short of forecasts. Shares slid more than

Growing consumer optimism and continued improvements in the labor market had the U.S. consumer confidence index surging from a reading of 94.6 to a 3-month high of

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Strong gains in both the U.S. labor market and manufacturing had gold falling to an almost 4-month low this week – tumbling

Chubb Corp. shares soared this week after the company announced that it would be buyout by Ace Limited in a cash and stock deal valued at an estimated $28.3 billion. Ace shares jumped more than 5 percent, while Chubb surged

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Bearly News for June 26, 2015

A 35.3 percent downturn in aircraft orders had U.S. durable goods orders making a larger-than-expected decline in May – dropping

Lennar’s Q2 earnings of $0.79 a share easily topped forecasts of $0.64, as revenue jumped 34 percent to $2.4 billion versus Wall Street’s projection of $2 billion. The better-than-expected results sent shares rallying more than

Severe drought conditions had analysts calling for South Africa to reduce its 2015 corn crop projection by 0.8 percent to

Crude oil fell this week after the EIA reported that domestic inventories fell at a faster-than-expected pace last week – dropping 4.9 million barrels to 463 million barrels versus forecasts for a draw of 2.3 million. Futures fell

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In a sign that economic stimulus is finally helping the economy gain traction, the eurozone’s purchasing managers’ index rose from a reading of 53.6 to a 4-year high of

Even with projections calling for world coffee output to rise 6.4 million bags to 152.65 million bags, world inventories are expected to drop to a 4-year low this year as exports and consumption reach record levels. Stockpiles will fall

Uncertainly over the Greece negotiations had the euro heading for its largest weekly downturn in a month – dropping

According to National Australia Bank, the El Nino developing across the Pacific region could have Australia’s wheat output dropping to an 8-year low – or possible even lower – during the 2015/16 season. The agency

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Natural gas storage rose by 75 billion cubic feet to 2.508 trillion cubic feet last week versus forecasts for a build of 77 billion cubic feet. Despite the smaller-than-expected build, futures fell

BlackBerry shares rose this week after the company reported that its Q1 net loss narrowed from a year-earlier $0.11 a share to $0.05 a share, as software revenue surged 153 percent to $137 million. Share jumped

Economic growth in the U.S. fell less sharply than first anticipated during the first quarter, as optimism over job and wage growth boosted consumer spending. The economy shrank

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In an attempt to make their shares more affordable, Netflix announced plans for a 7-to-1 stock split that will take place next month. The news sent the company’s shares climbing to an all-time high of

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Bearly News for June 19, 2015

A stronger economic outlook and warmer weather had the U.S. homebuilder confidence index climbing to a 9-month high in June – rising from a reading of 54 to

Soybeans rallied to a 5-week high this week after the USDA reported that crop conditions worsened last week – with 67 percent of the crop rated good to excellent versus last week’s rating of 69 percent. Soybeans rose

Despite posting a Q1 profit that topped forecasts, Rite Aid’s shares tumbled as the pharmacy chain reported that same store sales rose just 2.9 percent versus forecasts for a gain of 3.8 percent. Share fell more than

According to the EIA, the nation’s crude oil supplies fell by a larger-than-expected 2.7 million barrels versus forecasts for a draw of 1.3 million barrels. Supplies now stand at

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Platinum slumped to a fresh 6-year low this week as the World Platinum Investment Council reported that the world deficit won’t be as high as initially thought and sentiment continues to remain weak. The spot price fell

Uncertainty over Greece along with subdued world economic growth had Germany’s ZEW investor confidence index falling to a 7-month low in June – dropping from a reading of 41.9 to

Although the U.S. dollar initially surged leading up to the Fed’s Wednesday policy meeting, the agency’s dovish outlook on both a rate increase and the economy had the greenback falling against a basket of other currencies – dropping to

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After rising into a bull market this week cocoa futures reversed course after the latest exchange data showed that stockpiled climbed 3.9 percent to a 10 month high of

Natural gas futures continued to decline this week after the EIA reported that inventories rose by 89 billion cubic feet to 2.433 trillion cubic feet last week, which is 43 percent above year-ago levels and 2 percent above the 5-year average. Futures fell

U.S. industrial production made an unexpectedly downturn in May, as manufacturing and mining output were hurt by a strong U.S. dollar and energy spending cuts. Production declined

FedEx Corp’s Q4 earnings of $2.66 a share missed forecasts of $2.69, as sales also fell short of expectations at $12.1 billion compared to estimates of $12.3 billion. The weaker-than-expected results sent shares sliding more than

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Gold made its largest advance in nearly 5-weeks as the U.S. dollar fell following signals from the Fed Reserve that a rate increase could come much later than expected. Gold jumped more than 2 percent to an almost 1-month high of

Tesla Motors’ shares rose to an almost 9-month high this week after announcing an exclusive 5-year research partnership with leading lithium ion battery researcher Jeff Dahn. Tesla’s jumped

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Bearly News for June 12, 2015

In a sign that the economy is rebounding from a sluggish first quarter, U.S. job openings soared to a more than 14-year high in April – climbing by 267,000 to

Crude oil prices jumped to a new current-year high this week after the EIA reported that inventories fell by 6.81 million barrels – more than tripling the 1.5 million barrel decline foretold by analysts. Futures rose more than

Burlington Stores’ shares dropped to a 4-month low on Tuesday after reporting that revenue during the first quarter rose just 4.9 percent to $1.18 billion versus forecasts of $1.22 billion. Shares tumbled more than

In its most recent WASDE release, the USDA raised its 2015 winter wheat production forecast 2 percent to 1.505 billion bushels. The larger-than-anticipated increase had wheat futures sliding by the most in 2 weeks – dropping

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Japan’s economy expanded at a stronger-than-expected pace during the first quarter, as capital spending jumped 2.7 percent. On an annualized basis, the economy surged

Brazil’s state owned agricultural supply company surprised markets this week by calling for coffee output to fall to a 4-year low this season. Conab now expects production to fall 2.3 percent year-on-year to

Lululemon Athletica’s Q1 earnings of $0.34 a share topped forecasts of $0.33, as revenue jumped 10 percent to $423.5 million versus forecasts of $418.9 million. The better-than-expected results sent the company’s share soaring more than

The kiwi dropped to an almost 5-year low against the U.S. dollar this week after New Zealand’s central bank unexpectedly lowered its key interest rate from 3.5 percent to 3.25 percent – marking the first reduction in 4 years. The kiwi fell

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Natural gas storage rose by 111 billion cubic feet to 2.344 trillion cubic feet last week – exceeding the 5-year average for a build of 89 billion. Following the report, futures fell more than

U.S. wholesale inventories made their largest advance since Jan., as sales climbed by the most in 13 months – rebounding 1.6 percent. Stockpiles jumped by a better-than-expected

Corn fell this week after the USDA called for domestic supplies to reach 1.876 billion bushels versus forecasts of 1.858 billion, while calling for world supplies to come in at 195.2 million metric tons compared to forecasts of 191.8 million. Futures dropped

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A rebound in the U.S. dollar late in the week had gold snapping a 3-day rally. After hitting a 1-week high of $1,192.10 an ounce on Wednesday, gold fell more than

Sears’ shares climbed this week after the retailer reported that cost cutting measures helped to narrow the company’s quarterly loss from a year-earlier $402 million or $3.79 a share to $303 million or $2.85 a share. Shares rose more than

Netflix shares surge to an all-time high this week after a proposal for a stock-split was approved by investors and the company announced plans for a deal with Marriott Hotels. Share jumped more than

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Bearly News for June 5, 2015

U.S. consumer spending unexpectedly remained unchanged in April, as Americans used more of their income to boost their savings. The unchanged reading missed forecasts which called for a gain of

According to the EIA, the nation’s crude oil supplies fell by a smaller-than-expected 1.9 million barrels compared to forecasts for a draw of 2.4 million barrels. Supplies now stand at

Ambarella’s shares jumped to an all-time high this week after the company reported Q1 earnings of $0.71 a share versus forecasts of $0.59, as revenue surged 73.5 percent year-on-year. Shares rallied more than

The European Commission raised its 2015 corn crop projection for the European Union after reports showed that 88 percent of France’s crop was rated in “good” or “excellent” condition thanks to mild weather. The agency now sees the harvest reaching

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A strong ruble, declining inflation, and a recovery in oil prices had the World Bank readjusting its 2015 economic growth forecast for Russia. Having previously called for a contraction of 3.8 percent, the agency now sees a smaller downturn of

Ethiopia’s coffee harvest is expected to climb to a record-high next season, with arabica output rising to 6.51 million bags. The increase will help push East Africa’s crop to an all-time high of

In an attempt to combat the recent rally in the ruble, Russia’s central back suspended its 1-year forex repo auctions. The decision sent the ruble slumping to a 5-week low of

A report from the EIA that showed inventories rising to the second-highest weekly surplus on record had natural gas prices rebounding on Thursday. According to the agency, inventories rose by 132 billion cubic feet – exceeding the 5-year average by 40 percent. Analysts had called for

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Gains in new orders and employment had the ISM’s U.S. manufacturing index rebounding at a stronger-than-expected pace in May – up from a reading of 51.5 to

The United Nations raised its 2015/16 world grain forecast this week while announcing that food prices tumbled to a nearly 6-year low. The UN now sees world production

Dollar General’s shares jumped by the most in nearly 6 months this week after reporting that Q1 earnings rose to $0.84 a share verses forecasts of $0.81. The retailer’s shares climbed more than

The euro made its largest 1-day advance against the U.S. dollar in more than 2 months, as expectations rose that Greece will reach a deal with its creditors and the eurozone released strong inflation data. The euro rose

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Analysts from ANZ Research expect gold to fall to $1,100 an ounce this year as a strong U.S. dollar weighs on investor demand. However, the firm sees gold rebounding in 2016 to

Altera shares continued to surge this week after Intel made its buyout of the chipmaker for nearly $17 billion official on Monday. Altera shares rallied more than

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Bearly News for May 29, 2015

As expected U.S. durable goods orders fell 0.5 percent in April. However, a gauge of business investment jumped for the second straight month – marking its largest back-to-back gain in a year. U.S. core capital goods orders climbed

On expectations for bigger yields, South Africa raised its 2015 corn crop estimate by 0.8 percent, which will now bring the harvest in above Wall Street’s forecast of 9.7 million metric tons. The region now sees crops reaching

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Shares of Tiffany & Co. soared this week – climbing by the most in nearly 6 years – after reporting that Q1 earnings of $0.81 a share easily topped forecasts of $0.69. The jeweler’s shares

Economic growth in the U.K. rose at a smaller-than-expected pace both on a quarterly basis and year-on-year. During the first quarter, the economy expanded just 0.3 percent versus forecasts for a gain of 0.4 percent, while on an annual basis

The USDA cut its 2014/15 coffee crop forecast for Vietnam by 1.2 million bags to 28.17 million, which is well below Volcafe’s projection of 30.5 million bags. However, the agency’s estimate for next season’s output exceeded the trading house’s forecast by

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Charter Communications and Time Warner Cable shares surged this week after the cable operator announced plans to buy Time Warner for more than $55 billion. Charter’s shares rose 4 percent, while Time Warner’s shares soared

The U.S. dollar rallied this week – first making its largest advance in nearly 2 years against a basket of other currencies on Tuesday and then hitting a fresh 8-year high against the yen on Wednesday. The greenback rose

Soybeans traded near an 8-month low this week after the USDA reported that plantings rose to a level that exceed both last’s year rate and the 5-year average with 45 percent of the domestic crop completed. Futures traded at

Natural gas futures made their largest 1-day advance in more than 2 months after the EIA reported that inventories rose by 112 billion cubic feet to 2.1 trillion cubic feet versus forecasts for a build of 99 billion cubic feet. The larger-than-expected build sent futures sliding more than

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Michael Kors shares fell sharply this week as Q4 earnings of $0.90 a share missed forecasts of $0.91 and revenue rose at its slowest pace since the company went public in 2011. Kors’ shares plunged

Although sub-indexes were mixed, overall consumer confidence rose in May after being downwardly revised from a reading of 95.2 to 94.3 the previous month. The Conference Board’s Consumer Confidence Index rose to

Fear that their assets could be frozen in relation to Western sanctions over the political tensions involving the Ukraine, Russia plans to continue to boost their gold reserves. As of May 1, the central bank reported reserves at

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles’ shares tumbled this week after news broke that the carmaker’s invitation for a merger with General Motors Company was rejected. The company, which owns the luxury car brand Ferrari saw its shares slide

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Bearly News for May 22, 2015

U.S. housing starts climbed by the most in 24 years in April, as starts for single family homes advanced 16.7 percent and buildings 31.9 percent. Overall housing starts jumped 20.2 percent to a 7-year high of

Crude oil snapped a 5-day losing streak on Wednesday after the EIA reported that supplies fell for the third straight week – dropping by a larger-than-expected 2.7 million barrels to 482.2 million barrels versus forecasts for a draw of 2 million. Crude rose

News that Ann Tylor had been bought out by the parent company of Lane Bryant, Ascena Retail Group, in a $2.16 billion cash-and-stock deal had the retailer’s shares soaring nearly

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Soybean prices fell to a 7-month low this week after the USDA reported that domestic crop plantings rose 31 percent week-on-week to stand at a completion rate of 45 percent. Futures fell

Urban Outfitters’ Q1 earnings fell to $0.25 a share – missing forecasts of $0.30 – as revenue rose just 8 percent to $739 million compared to Wall Street’s projection of $758 million. The weaker-than-expected results sent the company’s shares tumbling

The U.S. dollar fell from a more than 2-week high this week following a string of weak economic data out the U.S. and Fed minutes that suggested a June rate increase was unlikely. The currency fell

Natural gas advanced for the first time in 4 sessions after the EIA reported that inventories rose less-than-anticipated last week – rising 92 billion cubic feet to 1.989 trillion cubic feet versus forecasts for a build of 96 billion cubic feet. Futures rose

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Gain in investment spending and inventories helped Japan’s economy expand at a faster-than-expected pace both for the quarter and the year. The economy expanded 0.6 percent in Q1, while surging

Positive weather conditions will have Indonesia’s coffee harvest rising to a record-high this year, while also pushing exports up 29 percent. According to the USDA, the region’s robusta crop will jump 27 percent to an all-time high of 9.3 million bags, while the total harvest will

Wal-Mart’s Q1 earnings fell to $3.34 billion or $1.03 a share versus forecasts of $1.04, as revenue declined to $114.8 billion compared to forecasts of $116.2 billion. Following the report, the retailer’s shares dropped

U.S. homebuilder confidence unexpectedly declined in May as the index measuring buyer traffic and current sales conditions fell. The NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index fell from a reading of 56 to

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Syria’s wheat output is expected to rebound from a 25-year low this year, as the region experiences the best rainfall in a decade. The 50 percent increase in rain has officials and agricultural experts calling for production to reach

Both gold and silver climbed this week as a recent wave of weak economic data out of the U.S. boosted speculation that a rate increase would likely not occur until at least 2016. Gold rose to hit a 3-month high of

Altera Corp. shares rallied this week as news broke that the company resumed talks regarding a $13 billion buyout by Intel Corp. The semiconductor company’s shares surged more than

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