Bearly News for March 18, 2016

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FedEx shares climbed this week as the delivery company’s full-year outlook and Q3 results easily topped Wall Street. For the year, FedEx looks to earn between $10.70 and $10.90 a share versus forecasts of

According to the EIA, the nation’s crude oil supplies rose by a much smaller-than-expected 1.3 million barrels versus forecasts for a build of 2.7 million barrels. The news sent futures rallying

U.S. retail sales fell in February after being downwardly revised in January, as gasoline savings were more than offset by higher rent and healthcare costs. January was revised to show a decline of 0.4 percent, while

According to the International Cocoa Organization, there will be a global cocoa supply deficit of 113,000-metric tons this season as a strong Harmattan and El Niño weather phenomenon result in a production downturn of 1.8 percent. The ICCO now sees world output at

The U.S. dollar experienced its largest downturn in 7-years following comments from the Federal Reserve that signaled plans to scale back the rate of interest rate hikes for the year. The greenback dropped

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Shares of Oracle Corp. made their largest advance in more than a year after the company posted a larger-than-expected Q3 profit of $0.64 a share thanks to strong revenue gains from its cloud-based unit. Shares jumped nearly

U.S. natural gas futures fell after the EIA reported that supplies fell by just 1 billion cubic feet to 2.478 trillion cubic feet compared to forecasts for a draw of 2 billion cubic feet. Prices dropped

U.S. homebuilder confidence held at a 9-month low in March, as supplies remained low and home-price appreciation continued to outpace wage growth. According to the National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo builder sentiment index

Although the planted area is expected to remain virtually unchanged this year at 3.28 million hectares, Germany’s 2016 wheat harvest is projected to drop 1.7 percent as yields fall

Gold futures surged on Thursday, as the U.S. dollar fell following the Federal Reserve’s decision to lower interest-rate expectations from four potential increases this year to just two more for the year. Gold rallied nearly

Shares of Caterpillar Inc. fell in pre-market trading on Thursday after the company called for both profit and revenue to fall short in the first quarter as miners cut their investment budgets in order to survive a retreat in commodities. Shares slid


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Bearly News for March 11, 2016

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Shares of Urban Outfitters surged by the most in more than 3 years after the retailer reported a Q4 profit of $0.61 a share versus forecasts of $0.56 a share. Shares advanced more than

In its most recent WASDE release, the USDA cuts its domestic soybean production estimate – citing a downward revision to South Carolina’s crop. The agency now sees output at

Oil prices climbed to a 3-month high after a report from the EIA showed that gasoline inventories fell by a larger-than-expected 4.53 million barrels verses forecasts for a draw of just 1.5 million barrels. Prices rose

China’s consumer price inflation rose more than expected in February, as food prices soared over the Lunar New Year holiday. Year-on-year, food prices jumped 7.3 percent, while inflation rose to an 18-month high of

Natural gas futures fell after the EIA report that supplies fell by 57 billion cubic feet to 2.479 trillion cubic feet last week compared to forecasts for a draw of between

Citigroup shares fell after the company called for Q1 trading and investment banking revenue slide 15 percent year-on-year. Shares dropped more than

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In a surprise move, the European Central Bank its key interest rate, while significantly expanded the size of its asset-buying program. During its most recent policy meeting the ECB reduced its benchmark rate from 0.05 percent to

Although Rabobank’s most recent Brazilian coffee crop projection calls for output to rise year-on-year, the estimate falls short of market expectations as server drought conditions weigh on robusta production. The bank’s 2016/17 estimate

Crude imports in China climbed 19 percent to an all-time high during the month of February, as decade low prices boosts purchases. The decline in prices also had exports falling to hit a 10-month low of

After spending most of the week lower, gold rebounded sharply on Thursday as the dollar fell and the European Central Bank expanded its monetary policies – boosting safe-haven demand. Gold rose to a 13-month high of

Lumber Liquidators Holdings continued to tank this week after hedge fund manager Whitney Tilson disclosed a new short position and predicted that there was a 50 percent chance the company would file for bankruptcy. Shares fell


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Bearly News for March 4, 2016

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Despite reporting a full-year guidance that fell short of forecasts, shares of Angie’s List climbed this week after the online review site announced plans to move from a set membership model to a tiered subscription system. Shares jumped more than

South Africa’s corn crop is expected to drop to a more than 9-year low this year, as one of the worst droughts in more than a century left plantings 5 million hectares short of forecasts. According to the Crop Estimates Committee, the harvest will

According to the EIA, the nation’s crude oil supplies surged last week – rising 10.4 million barrels compared to forecasts for a build of 9.9 million barrels. Supplies now stand at

China’s manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index unexpectedly fell in February – marking the seventh consecutive monthly contraction – while the non-manufacturing index fell more than anticipated. Down from a reading of 49.4

The dollar made its largest 1-day downturn against the euro in more than 3 weeks after the U.S. reported its first decline in service sector employment in 2 years. The euro stood at a 1week high of

Natural gas storage rose by 63 billion cubic feet to 1.539 trillion cubic feet last week versus forecasts for a build of 53 billion cubic feet. The larger-than-expected build sent futures sliding more than

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The coming 2016/17 Brazilian coffee harvest is expected to rise 13 percent from last season’s 49.9 million bag crop, as rains return to the region following 2 straight years of harsh drought conditions. The crop is projected to reach

Activity in the U.K. service sector tumbled to a nearly 3-year low last month, “as concerns about global growth, market volatility and the possibility of a British exit from the European Union rattled the biggest part of the economy.” The services PMI slid from a reading of 55.6 to

Gold rallied this week to post its best closing in more than a year after the U.S. Federal Reserve’s beige book and a bout of weak economic data left investors questioning the strength of the U.S. economy. Gold advanced more than

Lumber Liquidators Q4 earnings tanked as revenue declined 14 percent thanks to stream of reports that accused the chain of selling unsafe flooring. The company also failed to provide a guidance for the coming year – citing continued and unpredictable


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Bearly News for February 26, 2016

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DreamWorks Animation’s shares soared this week after the company report a better-than-expected quarterly revenue and profit. During the Q4, DreamWorks earned $42.1 million or $0.48 a share – easily topping forecasts of just

Citing severe drought UkrAgroConsult cut its Ukraine winter grain forecast yet again this week. The agency now sees total grain output dropping 10 percent, while winter wheat slides

An improving labor market, steady wage growth, and record-low mortgage rates had U.S. existing home sales unexpectedly rising in January to hit a nearly 10-year high of

According to the EIA, the nation’s crude oil supplies rose by 3.5 million barrels compared to forecasts for a build of just 3 million barrels. Supplies now stand at

The dollar rose against a mountain of other currencies after U.S. data showed that durable goods orders made its best advance since last spring – helping to ebb fears regarding the state of the economy. The greenback rose

Target’s shares rose this week after the retailer posted a stronger-than-expected gain in same-store sales thanks to a surge in online sales. Although ESP for the Q4 fell shy of forecasts of 2 cents a share, the company’s full-year profit projection

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Wheat futures tumbled to an almost 6-year low this week as speculation rose that the USDA will raise its forecast for domestic supplies as a strong U.S. dollar weighs on exports. Wheat declined more than

Natural gas futures plummeted to a 17-year low after the EIA reported that inventories fell by a smaller-than-anticipated 117 billion cubic feet to 2.584 trillion cubic feet last week versus forecasts for a draw of

U.S. consumer confidence slides to a 7-month low in Feb., as concerns grew about the state of the economy and pessimism regarding stock prices rose to a more than 3-year high. Sentiment fell from a previous reading of 97.8 to

Gold rallied this week, with inflows into ETFs looking to post their largest monthly increase since 2011 as investors see the possibility of a rate increase by the Fed Reserve less and less likely. Gold jumped

Despite reporting that profits surged a stunning 64 percent in the Q4, while revenue nearly doubled, shares of Fitbit tanked this week as the company lowered its Q1 outlook – leaving analysts to question whether the company has exhausted its market. Shares sank more than


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Bearly News for February 19, 2016

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Priceline shares soared after the online travel agent reported a much larger than anticipated Q4 profit of $12.63 a share. Revenue also topped forecasts at $2 billion versus forecasts of $1.96 billion. Shares jumped

Inflation in the U.K. climbed to its highest level in a year in January, as declines in fuel and food slowed while clothing rose. According to the Office for National Statistics, consumer prices rose at an annual rate of

U.S. crude oil supplies rose by 2.15 million barrels last week to hit an 86-year high of 504.1 million barrels, while gasoline inventories jumped 3.04 million barrels to an all-time high of

India’s wheat harvest is expected to rebound from a 5-year low this season – surprising analysts who had just last week called for a decline from last season’s 86.5 million metric tons harvest to just 84.5 million tons. The crop is now projected to rise 8.4 percent to

The euro experienced its longest losing streak in 10 months this week, as speculation rose that the European Central Bank will expand stimulus measures at next month’s policy meeting. The common currency dropped

During the fourth quarter Dish Network swung to a loss – bringing full-year profits to fall 21 percent year-on-year to $747.1 million or $1.61 a share versus forecasts of $2 a share. The downbeat results sent shares falling

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According to the EIA, the nation’s natural gas supplies fell by a larger-than-anticipated 158 billion cubic feet versus forecasts for a draw of 87 billion cubic feet. Supplies now stand at

U.S. producer prices unexpectedly rose in January as areas of the service sector such as securities brokerage and dealing set new records – offsetting sharp declines in energy. According to the Labor Department, PPI rose

Despite experiencing one of the worst droughts on record, it looks like South Africa will be on the hook to help Zimbabwe with its corn supplies as its own crop is seen tumbling to an all-time low and neighboring Zambia’s harvest is expected to plunge 30 percent to a 7-year low. Imports will

Shares of Gold Fields made their largest downturn in at least 30 years this week after calling for production to fall to 2.05 million ounces this year. Further weighing on investor confidence is the fact that the new estimate relies on a 30 percent production increase from South Deep, which is years behind schedule. Shares sank

Walmart shares tumbled this week after the world’s largest retailer lowered its full-year profit projection, while also reporting that Q4 earnings slid 7.9 percent thanks to a strengthening U.S. dollar and declining sales. Shares slumped


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Bearly News for February 12, 2016

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Shares of Cisco Systems surged this week after the network equipment maker reported that Q2 profits jumped 31 percent to $3.1 billion or $0.57 an adjusted share – topping forecasts of $0.54 a share. Shares climbed

U.S. wholesale businesses cut stockpiles for the third straight month in December, as sales also fell for the third consecutive month. According to the Commerce Department wholesale inventories slipped

Wheat futures tumbled after the USDA called for world wheat stocks to stand at a new record of 238.9 million metric tons by the end of the 2015/16 season. Citing weak U.S. exports, which are now projected to

The U.S. dollar fell to a 15 month low against the yen this week, as optimism that the Federal Reserve will continue to raise rates this year fades – leading investors to seek safe-haven in the Japanese currency. The greenback dropped

According to the EIA, the nation’s crude oil supplies unexpectedly fell by 754,000 barrels last week versus forecasts for a build of 3.6 million barrels. While the news initially sent prices above $29 a barrel, prices soon dropped to a 3-week low of

Twitter shares slid after the microblogging site reported that its user base fell for the first time ever in the Q4 – dropping to 307 million users to 305 million. Revenue rose, however, advancing 48 percent to

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German industrial output unexpectedly plunged by the most in 16 months in December, as exports made their steepest downturn in 4 months. Production dropped

Natural gas futures fell on Thursday after the EIA reported that inventories fell by a smaller-than-expected 70 billion cubic feet versus forecasts for a draw of 81 to 85 billion cubic feet. Supplies now stand at

In its most recent WASDE release, the USDA raised its 2015/16 U.S. corn ending stocks projection. Citing increased imports and a 50 million bushel downturn in exports, the agency now sees domestic inventories reaching

Gold made its largest advance in 7 years on Thursday, as world stocks entered into a bear market and investors sought refuge in bullion. The metal leapt to a 1-year high of

Despite reporting an unexpected Q4 loss of $0.87 a share versus forecasts for a profit of $0.10 a share, Tesla Motors soared in after-hours trading on Wednesday. The surge came after the electric carmaker called for global deliveries to climb 78 percent to


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Bearly News for February 5, 2016

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Strong sales in the U.S. and China had General Motors reporting a better-than-expected Q4 profit of $1.39 a share versus forecasts of $1.20 a share, which brought full-year profits to stand at a record $9.7 billion. However, despite the results, shares still tumbled

As a result of joint efforts on the part of both farmers and the government, coffee production in Columbia surged to a record high in 2015, with output jumping 83 percent to a 23-year high of

The U.S. service sector expanded at its slowest pace in nearly 2 years last month – adding to fears that the overall state of the economy is weakening. The Institute for Supply Management’s nonmanufacturing index fell from a reading of 55.8 to

According to the EIA, the nation’s crude and gas supplies rose to record highs for the second straight week in a row, with crude oil rising by a much larger-than-anticipated 7.8 million barrels versus forecast for a build of

The U.S. dollar tumbled this week, as the likelihood of a rate increase by the Fed Reserve this year became less and less likely following a bout a weak U.S. economic data. The greenback made its largest 2-day downturn since

For the first time since 1995, China has set a range for its economic growth projection rather than a set target. Down from last year’s projection of 7 percent, full year growth is expected to range from between

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Extreme temperatures and dry weather conditions across the Ivory Coast, as a result of the worst Harmattan winds in 3 decades, are expected to sharply reduce cocoa output in the region. The news had futures rebounding from a 10-month low

Twitter shares soared after a news post in The Information reported that venture capitalist Marc Andreessen and private equity firm Silver Lake may have plans to team up in an effort to buy the micro blogging site. The news sent share up more than

Natural gas storage fell by 152 billion cubic feet to 2.934 trillion cubic feet last week versus forecasts for a draw of between 148 and 152 billion cubic feet. Following the report futures fell nearly

Gold rallied this week, as a weakening global outlook and a falling U.S. dollar boosted safe haven demand. The metal surged to a 4-month high of

Shares of Google’s parent Alphabet rose sharply after the tech giant reported Q4 results that easily topped forecasts. During the quarter, adjusted earnings came in at $8.67 a share versus forecasts of $8.17, as revenue jumped 19 percent to


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Bearly News for January 29, 2016

If you own Apple stock or have even thought about buying it… there’s something you need to know. A king’s ransom is up for grabs as Apple’s next game-changer makes its way out of the company’s secret design labs, but the one stock poised to benefit the most IS NOT Apple. Instead another company 1/30th Apple’s size gets paid every time Apple sells a new device. Translation: This small stock faces unprecedented growth – Click here to find out.

Johnson & Johnson’s Q4 profits jumped 28 percent to $1.44 a shares versus forecasts of $1.42, as sales of pharmaceuticals helped to offset a strong dollar and a decline in medical device sales. Shares shot up more than

Upbeat views on wage growth, the labor market and the overall state of the economy had U.S. consumer confidence rising to a 3-month high in January – climbing from a previous reading of 96.5 to

Oil prices rallied after the EIA reported that supplies of distillates unexpectedly fell by 4 million barrels versus forecasts for a build of 2 million barrels. Futures exceeded

South Africa’s corn crop is expected to sink 25 percent, as an El Nino weather pattern produces one of the worst droughts on record. According to the Crop Estimates Committee, output will fall to a 2007 low of

Despite reporting that Q4 results beat estimates, shares of Boeing Co. plummeted this week after the company’s 2016 outlook came in well below forecasts. Shares made their largest downturn in 5-months – dropping

The U.K. economy picked up speed during the final quarter of the year, as a 0.7 percent service sector advance offset declines in construction and industrial output. According to the Office for National Statistics, gross domestic product rose

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The euro advanced against the U.S. dollar for 4 consecutive sessions this week – marking the longest rally against the greenback since September – after a report showed that inflation rose in 4 out of 6

Natural gas futures recouped some early session losses on Thursday after the EIA reported that supplies fell by a larger-than-anticipated 211 billion cubic feet versus forecasts for a draw of between

The Agriculture Ministry is forecasting a record coffee crop for Brazil. Citing “favorable rains during the flowering and early developmental stages of the crop” the ministry sees output exceeding 2012’s record of

New home sales in the U.S. soared to a 10-month high in December, as strong employment gains and desirable mortgage rates left inventories extremely low. According to the Commerce Department, sales rose

China’s gold imports from Hong Kong soared to a more than 2-year high in December, as safe haven demand surged following market turmoil and expectations for the nation’s currency to fall even further. Purchases advanced

Apple shares fell sharply this week after the tech giant reported that Q4 revenue fell short of forecasts while also projecting its first revenue downturn since the recession. During the first quarter, Apple expects revenue to fall


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Bearly News for January 22, 2016

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U.S. inflation unexpectedly fell in December, as energy costs fell 2.4 percent and food 0.2 percent. Excluding fuel and food, inflation still rose at its slowest pace in 4 months – rising just

Bank of America’s shares rose this week after the bank reported better-than-expected Q4 results and its largest full-year profit in nearly a decade. In 2015, net income more than tripled to

According to the EIA, the nation’s crude oil supplies rose by a larger-than-expected 4 million barrels compared to forecasts for a smaller build of 2.9 million barrels. The report initially sent prices lower before rebounding more than

Despite poor weather conditions brought about by El Nino, the CONAB is calling for Brazil’s 2016 coffee harvest to be the second largest crop on record, as productivity rises 10 percent, climate conditions improve and

In 2015, China’s economy grew at its slowest pace in 25 years – fueling speculation that Beijing will enact new stimulus policies. During the final quarter for the year, GDP slowed to a growth of

Shares of Delta Air Lines rose this week after the company reported that sliding fuel costs helped to offset falling revenue. On an adjusted basis, earnings soared more than 50 percent to

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Natural gas inventories fell by a smaller-than-expected 178 billion cubic feet to 3.297 trillion cubic feet last week versus forecasts for a draw of between 183 and 187 billion cubic feet. Futures fell

The ruble fell to another historic low against the U.S. dollar this week, as plummeting oil prices continue to weigh on the Russian currency. Dropping to a new all-time low, the ruble

The effects of the strongest El Nino in nearly 2 decades is expected to reduce coffee production in Indonesia in the coming year by an estimated 20 percent, with output projected to fall from a record

Aided by a weakening U.S. dollar, sharp declines in global equity markets and slumping oil prices, gold climbed to a 2-week high this week – advancing

Despite moderate economic growth in the U.S., the International Monetary Fund has cut its global growth forecast yet again as the rest of the world faces “weak and uneven growth.” According to the IMF, the world economy will expand just

Shares of Goldman Sachs tumbled to a 1-1/2 year low this week after Q4 net earnings sank more than 70 percent to mark the smallest quarterly profit in more than 4 years. Shares declined nearly


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Bearly News for January 15, 2016

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Although the USDA’s most recent WASDE release showed that domestic corn and soybean inventories rose to new record highs during the final 3 months of the year, both commodities rallied after

After tanking more than 70 percent in 2015, GoPro shares continued their downward trend this week after the company release a disappointing sales forecasts and announced that it would cutting 7 percent of its workforce. Shares slumped more than

U.S. gasoline and diesel supplies soared for the second consecutive week last week, while crude stocks rose much less than anticipate. According to the EIA, gasoline inventories jumped 8.4 million barrels – marking the largest 2-week gain on record – while

Palladium slid to a 5-year low, while platinum dropped to a nearly 7-year low this week, as Chinese car sales rose at the slowest pace in since 2012 – fueling concerns that demand will remain weak for the near future. Palladium fell

According to the Association of Indonesian Coffee Exporters and Industries, Indonesia’s coffee output will rise 9 percent this year as both international and domestic demand expand. The agency sees production

Germany’s economy defied the global slowdown trend of 2015, as low inflation, strong wage growth, and record high employment helped to boost domestic demand. The euro’s biggest economy expanded at its fastest pace in 4 years, with a growth rate of

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Natural gas continued to decline this week as the EIA reported that supplies fell less than anticipated in the week ended Jan. 8 – dropping 168 billion cubic feet versus forecasts for a draw of

The Hong Kong dollar dropped to a 4-year low this week, as “speculation mounted in the options market that the city’s 32-year-old currency peg will end as investors lose confidence in Chinese assets.” Making its largest downturn since 2003, the currency

Wheat futures made their largest advance in 2 months this week after a report from the USDA showed plantings at their lowest level since 2010, with farmers having only sown

U.S imports fell for the sixth consecutive month in December, as plummeting oil prices and a strong U.S. dollar weigh on import inflation. According to the Labor Department import prices tumbled

Shares of JPMorgan Chase & Co. rose this week after reporting Q4 results that topped forecasts, with net income rising 10 percent thanks to declines in litigation and employee compensation expenses. Shares climbed

Gold fell this week – dropping from a 10-week high hit last Friday – as European stocks sank and crude dropped to a 12-year low. According to analysts the metals decline is far from over, with prices expected to fall below $1,000 an ounce


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