Bearly News for April 24, 2015

With the peak buying season approaching, U.S. existing home sales jumped 6.1 percent in March to an 18-month high of

Hasbro Q1 earnings of $0.21 a share more than doubled forecasts of $0.08 a share, as revenue climbed to $713.5 million versus forecast of $660 million. The better-than-expected results sent the toy maker’s shares surging more than

Corn rose to an 8-day high after the USDA reported that wet weather conditions had delayed plantings, with only 2 percent of the domestic crop having been planted as of April 12. Corn advanced

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Gold and silver futures fell this week, as confidence in the stock market rose following strong corporate earnings and a move by China’s central bank to increase stimulus measures. Gold fell

The euro slid to a near 12-year low against the U.S. dollar this week, “as investor concern about Greece’s future grew, with the European Central Bank said to be studying ways to rein in emergency financing to the nation’s lenders.” The currency dropped

According to the EIA, the nation’s crude oil supplies rose by 5.3 million barrels compared to forecasts for a smaller build of 3.2 million barrels. Supplies now stand at an 80-year high of

Tanzania coffee output is expected to rise more than 50 percent this year and double by 2016, as positive weather conditions, improved productivity, the suppression of unnecessary intermediaries, and declining transaction costs boosts yields. The current year’s harvest is projected at

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Investor confidence in Germany unexpectedly fell for the first time in 6 months in April, as concerns of over the world economy and the effect it will have on exports rose. The ZEW economic sentiment index fell from a reading of 54.8 to

Positive weather conditions will have the European Union producing the third-largest wheat harvest on record this year, with production expected to reach

A decision by the Bank of England to hold interest rates at a record-low had the pound making its largest advance a month against the U.S. dollar. The pound climbed nearly

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After taking a 2-month hiatus in gold buying, Russia’s central bank added 1 million ounces of gold to its reserves in March – marking the second highest increase in 16 years. Inventories now stand at

Morgan Stanley’s Q1 earnings soared 60 percent to $2.31 billion or $1.14 an adjusted share versus forecasts of $0.78, as revenue advanced 10.3 percent to $9.78 billion. The bank’s shares rose more than

Analysts reduced their price projection for both gold and silver this week, as the first U.S rate hike since 2006 looms. Analysts now foresee gold at

Netflix shares rose sharply this week after analysts upgraded the company’s stock from neutral to buy, while increasing its price target from $370 a share to $565 a share. Shares surged to a more than 1-month high of

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Bearly News fore April 10, 2015

Despite reporting that a reading on exports jumped to a more than 2-year high in March, the Institute for Supply Management said U.S. service sector growth slowed for the month – dropping from a reading of 56.9 to a 3-month low of

Rite Aid’s Q4 profit surged to $0.12 an adjusted share – topping forecasts of $0.07 a share – as sales rose 3.8 percent to $6.85 billion. The better-than-expected results sent shares climbed more than

In its most recent WASDE release, the USDA raised its global soybean inventory projection from 89.53 million metric tons to 89.55 million versus forecasts of 89.57 million. The news sent soybean futures falling to a 5-month low of

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According to the EIA, the nation’s crude oil supplies made their largest weekly advance in 14-years last week – rising by 10.9 million barrels to 482.4 million barrels compared to forecasts for a much smaller build of 3.2 million barrels. The larger-than-anticipated build sent futures sliding

Already up 29 percent in the past year against the euro and 18 percent against the yen, analysts see the dollar continuing it upward trend over the next few months as a rate increase by the Fed Reserve becomes more and more likely. The average projection calls for the U.S. dollar to advance

Russia’s consumer price index advanced at its fastest annual pace in 13-years last month, as food prices accelerated 23 percent year-on-year. Inflation soared

Cotton prices jumped to an almost 7-month high this week as high-grade fiber ran in short supply after last season’s output was hurt by unfavorable weather conditions. Futures rose nearly

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Natural gas storage rose by 15 billion cubic feet to 1.48 trillion cubic feet last week versus forecasts for a build of between 9 and 13 billion cubic feet. Following the report, futures tumbled to a 52-week low of

Walgreens’ Q2 adjusted profit rose to $1.18 a share – exceeding forecasts of $0.95 a share – as sales soared 35.5 percent to $26.6 billion. The news sent the drugstore chain’s shares climbing more than

The USDA raised its 2014/15 domestic corn supply estimate by 50 million bushels to 1.827 billion bushels, as the agency called for “a cut to usage in the feed and residual category.” Analysts had expected the USDA to call for a larger increase with inventories to reach

In an unanticipated move, the Bank of Australia decided against cutting its key interest rate – leaving the rate at a record-low 2.25 percent. The decision sent the Aussie dollar rising to a 1-week high of

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Gold fell from a 7-week high of $1,224.50 an ounce, as the U.S. dollar rebounded following a recent downturn brought on by a weaker-than-expected jobs report and holdings of bullion-backed funds fell 1.8 metric tons to 1,618.7 tons. Gold dropped

Tesla Motors shares surged this week after reporting that sales jumped 55 percent to an all-time high of 10,300 vehicles during the first quarter – exceeding Wall Street’s forecast of 9,800 vehicles and the company’s own projection of 9,500. Shares soared more than

Lumber Liquidators shares rallied after Raymond James analysts upgraded the company’s stock to “outperform” from “market perform” while setting a price target of $40. Following the announcement shares jumped nearly

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Bearly News for April 3, 2015

U.S. consumer confidence unexpectedly climbed to a 7-1/2 year high in March, as optimism over the labor market and incomes rose. The index advanced from an upwardly revised reading of 98.8 to

CarMax’s Q4 profit of $0.67 a share handily best forecasts of $0.60, as revenue jumped 14.2 percent to $3.514 billion versus Wall Street’s expectation of $3.50 billion. The news sent shares surging to a new high of

According to the EIA, the nation’s crude oil supplies rose 4.8 million barrels to an all-time high of 471.4 million barrels compared to forecasts for a build of 4.2 million barrels. However, prices climbed more than

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Canada’s economy contracted less-than-expected in Jan., as a 1.4 percent rebound in oil and gas extraction offset a 0.7 percent downturn in manufacturing output and a 0.4 percent decline in construction. Gross domestic product dropped

Soybeans climbed to a 1-week high this week as a report from the USDA showed soybean plantings rising less than expected this year. According to the agency, domestic plantings will rise to a record 84.6 million acres versus forecasts of 85.872 million. Soybeans rose

During the first quarter of the year, the U.S. dollar made its largest quarterly advance in more than 6 years as economic growth in the U.S. continues to outpace much of the world. The greenback surged almost

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Natural gas storage fell by a larger-than-expected 18 billion cubic feet to 1.461 trillion cubic feet last week versus forecasts for a draw of between 8 and 12 billion cubic feet. Following the report, futures rallied more than

With U.S. corn output reaching a record last year, domestic inventors rose to a larger-than-projected 7.745 billion bushels as of March 1 compared to forecasts of 7.628 billion. The report sent corn prices tumbling more than

Gold outflows from Shanghai Gold Exchange unexpectedly surged following the Chinese New Year holiday, with Q1 withdrawals expected to climb more than 10 percent to a new all-time high of

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GoDaddy shares soared following its initial public offering this week, with the internet domain registrar and web hosting service raising a better-than-anticipated $460 million dollars as shares surging more than

The National Association for Business Economics gave an upbeat U.S. economic forecast this week, as the organization expects housing investments, consumer spending, and government spending to rise, while the labor market continues to improve. The NABE sees the U.S. economy expanding

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Bearly News for March 27, 2015

The U.S. consumer price index rose for the first time in 4 months in Feb., as gas prices advanced for the first time in 7 months with a gain of 2.4 percent. Overall prices increased 0.2 percent, while core prices rose by a better-than-expected

Poor weather conditions, along with a decline in plating area, will have Ukraine’s wheat and maize crops falling this year, with UkrAgroConsult calling for the region’s wheat harvest to fall from 22.5 million metric tons to

Despite reporting that Q1 net income surged 36 percent to 3.61 billion kronor ($423 million) versus forecasts of 3.32 billion kronor, H&M’s shares fell as the clothing maker reported that sales fell from a growth of 15 percent to just 9 percent. Shares tumbled as much as

Business activity in the Eurozone jumped to a 4-year high in March, as both manufacturing and service sectors expanded. The region’s purchasing managers index rose from a reading of 53.3 to

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According to the EIA, the nation’s crude oil supplies surged by 8.2 million barrels to 466.7 million barrels last week versus forecasts for a smaller build of 4.6 million barrels. Following the report prices fell from a 2-week high of

Indonesia’s coffee harvest is expected to surge 18 percent this year, as favorable weather conditions lifts yields. Output is projected to rise from a year-earlier 550,000 metric tons to an all-time high of

A 3.5 percent decline in transportation orders had U.S. durable goods orders making a surprise downturn in Feb. – dropping from a downwardly revised gain of 2 percent in Jan. to

A better-than-expected reading of business growth in the eurozone sent the euro climbing to a 6-day high against the U.S. dollar this week – adding to the previous week’s rally that had the currency posting its best advance against the greenback in 3-1/2 years. The euro rose

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Natural gas storage rose for the first time this season – climbing by 12 billion cubic feet to 1.479 trillion cubic feet versus forecasts for a build of 6 billion cubic feet. Following the report, futures fell more than

According to the USDA, domestic pork and beef inventories rose to a record in Feb., as exports dropped 21.4 percent and 19.3 percent, respectively, while production continued to advance. Pork stockpiles rose to a record

Apollo Education Group’s shares tumbled by the most in 4 years after reporting a Q2 net loss of $0.10 a share versus forecasts of $0.16. Revenue also fell for the fifth straight quarter – dropping 14 percent – as enrollment declined 13 percent. Shares plunged more than

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Gold posted its longest rally in more than a year, as the U.S. dollar continued to decline this week following statements from Fed Reserve chair Janet Yellen that signaled a rate increase could be further off than first thought. Gold climbed

New home sales in the U.S unexpectedly soared 7.8 percent in Feb. – rising from an upwardly revised annual rate 500,000 to a 7-year high of

Cantor Fitzgerald’s Brian White called for Apple’s market capitalization to reach more than $1 trillion, as the technology giant launches the new Apple watch and growth in China continues to expand. The projection sent Apple’s shares

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Bearly News for March 20, 2015

U.S. housing starts made their largest downturn in 4 years in Feb., as starts in the Northeast tumbled by the most on record. Construction on new homes plunged

Sony Corp raised its Q3 earnings projection 2.2 percent, as revenue advanced by a better-than-expected 6.5 percent. For the quarter, the electronics maker reported a profit of

Wheat futures jumped to a 2-week high after the USDA reported that domestic crop conditions deteriorated last week following a bout of poor weather. Wheat rose more than

As platinum prices fall to a 5-year low, coin sales out of the Perth Mint in Australia soared, with this week’s sales alone nearly reaching the total sales for all of last year. According to the mint, sales of 1-ounce platypus platinum coins rose to

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MGM Resorts International shares surged this week, as activist investor Jonathan Litt pushed for the company to spin-off of its real-estate assets and transfer its land assets into a real investment trust. The news sent MGM’s shares climbing

According to the EIA, the nation’s crude oil supplies rose by nearly triple what was forecasted by analysts – advancing 9.6 million barrels to 458.5 million versus forecasts for a gain of 3.7 million barrels. The larger-than-expected build sent futures

Despite climbing to a 1-year high, Germany’s ZEW investor confidence index failed to meet forecasts in March – rising from a reading of 53 to

Brazil’s 2015/16 coffee crop is seen falling between 4.6 to 11.1 percent from a year earlier, as harsh drought conditions from 2014 hurts yields. The Procafe Foundation expects output to reach

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After plunging against a basket of other currencies immediately following statements by the Fed Reserve regarding the timing of the first rate hike since 2006, the U.S. dollar rebounded sharply – rising more than

A deficit of funds for its sowing campaign along with poor winter conditions in addition to economic and political uncertainty will have Ukraine’s 2015 grain harvest falling to

U.S. industrial production rose less than expected in Feb., as a decline in mining output offset a jump in utilities output. Production fell

Natural gas inventories fell by 45 billion cubic feet to 1.46 trillion cubic feet last week versus forecasts for a draw of 48 billion cubic feet. The smaller-than-expected draw sent futures sliding more than

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Despite reporting that Q3 earnings climb 53 percent to $580 million or $2.01 share versus estimates of $1.87, FedEx’s shares fell this week as quarterly revenue and the company’s full-year forecast missed expectations. Shares fell

Analysts call for gold prices to surge to a record high by the year 2025, as gold demand in Asia nearly doubles to 5,000 metric tons by 2030. Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Ltd. expects prices to soar to more than

According to a regulatory filing, Pinterest’s valuation more than doubled from a year earlier, as the online scrapbooking startup raised $367 million in its latest funding round – bringing the company’s value to

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Bearly News for March 13, 2015

U.S. retail sales unexpectedly fell for the third straight month in Feb., as consumers remained cautious and bad weather weighed on spending. On a seasonally adjusted basis, sales declined

Urban Outfitters’ shares rose this week after shares were upgraded from neutral to buy following a Q4 earnings report of $0.60 a share compared to forecasts of $0.58. The company’s shares rose nearly

In its most recent WASDE release, the USDA cuts its U.S. and world wheat stockpile estimates, with domestic inventories reduced from a previous forecast of 692 million bushels to 691 million and global inventories reduced

Investor confidence in the Eurozone soared to a 7-year high this month, as sub-indexes for both current conditions and expectations made strong advances. The Sentix confidence index climbed from a reading of 12.4 to

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According to the EIA, the nation’s crude oil supplies rose by 4.5 million barrels compared to forecasts for a build of 4.75 million barrels. Supplies stand at an all-time high of

According to Russia’s Gold Producers Union, gold output will rise 3 percent this year as miners are aided by declines in dollar-denominated expenses. Production is expected to total

According to the USDA, world rice exports will come in 1 percent higher than its previous Feb. estimate, which will put exports 11 percent higher year-on-year at

Barnes & Noble shares dropped to a more than 1-1/2 month low this week after the bookseller reported a Q3 profit of $72 million or $0.93 a share versus forecasts of $1.41. Shares ended the day lower by

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The euro slumped to a 12-year low this week – bringing the currency to stand down 12 percent for the year – as the dollar rises on bets that a rate increase could come in the next couple months and the euro falls as the ECB moves towards its own QE program. The euro fell as much as

Natural gas storage dropped by 198 billion cubic feet to 1.512 trillion cubic feet last week versus forecasts for a draw of 191 billion cubic feet. Following the report, futures fell more than

As more people voluntarily quite their jobs as confidence in the labor market rose, U.S. job openings climbed to a 14-year high in Jan. – advancing 121,000 to

Corn futures jumped to a 7-day high this week after the USDA cut both its U.S. and world stockpile projections, with domestic inventories projected 50 million bushels lower at 1.777 billion bushels and world stockpiles projected

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Lumber Liquidators’ shares surged this week as investors began to question the testing methods used by 60 Minutes and activist investor Robert Chapman reportedly took a long position in the company. Shares rebounded

A strong U.S. dollar along with speculation regarding a U.S. interest rate increase had gold falling to a 3-month low this week – dropping more than

Tesla Motors’ shares started the week lower after the company confirmed that it would cut its workforce in China. While the carmaker would not specify how many jobs would be cut, a news release in China reported that cuts could

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Bearly News for March 6, 2015

Weak gas prices had U.S. consumer spending falling for the second consecutive month in Jan. – dropping by a larger-than-expected

Dick’s Sporting Goods Q4 earnings rose 12 percent to $155.5 million or $1.30 a share – beating forecasts of $1.22 – as sales jumped 10.9 percent to $2.16 billion. The news sent the retailer’s shares surging nearly

The U.S. dollar advanced to an 11-year high against a basket of other currencies this week, as the U.S. economy continues to improve and speculation mounts that the Fed Reserve could raise rates soon. The dollar index rose more than

According to the EIA, the nation’s crude oil supplies made their largest weekly advance in 14-years last week – climbing by 10.3 million barrels compared to forecasts for a much smaller build of 4.6 million barrels. Supplies currently stand at a near all-time high of

Wheat made its largest daily downturn in more than 2 months this week, as concerns over U.S. crop damage due to freezing temperatures waned and demand for domestic supplies remained weak. Wheat fell more than

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Australia’s gold output rose to an 11-year high in 2014, as processing plants were pushed harder and miners upped the grade of ore they targeted in order to compensate for falling prices. Production rose

As new orders continued to accelerate and output growth rose to an 8-month high, U.K. manufacturing rose from an upwardly revised reading of 53.1 to a 7-month high of

An improved supply outlook had sugar and coffee pieces sliding this week, with sugar making its largest downturn in nearly 5 years and coffee dropping by the most more than

Natural gas storage fell by 228 billion cubic feet to 1.71 trillion cubic feet last week versus forecasts for a draw of between 222 and 235 billion cubic feet. Following the report, futures rose more than 2 percent to hit a 1-week high of

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In a surprise move, the Reserve Bank of Australia held its key interest rate unchanged at 2.25 percent versus forecasts for a rate cut of 0.25 percent. The decision had the Aussie surging

Damage to corn crops due to drought conditions in two of South Africa’s main growing regions could have this year’s harvest dropping by more than 32 percent to

Best Buy’s Q4 earnings soared 77 percent to $519 million or $1.48 a share – exceeding forecasts of $1.35 a share – as revenue in the U.S. rose 3.2 percent during the holiday season. The better-than-expected results sent the company’s share up more than

A decline in new orders as well as the employment index had the Institute for Supply Management’s U.S. manufacturing index falling to a more than 1-year low in Feb. – down from a reading of 53.5 to

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Gold prices ended its longest rally in 5-weeks, “as a 15-year high in U.S. technology stocks cut demand for the precious metal as a haven.” Gold fell from a more than 1-week high of $1,223 an ounce to

Lumber Liquidators’ shares tanked more than 20 percent on Monday before trading was finally halted pending investigation into a CBS report that the company’s materials contained illegally high levels of formaldehyde. After trading resumed, shares continued their downturn trend – finishing the

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Bearly News for February 27, 2015

Concerns over wage and employment growth had the U.S. consumer confidence index falling from a more than 7-year high in Feb. – down from a upwardly revised reading of 103.8 to just

HSBC’s Q4 profit sank 56 percent year-on-year to $1.7 billion versus forecasts of $3.7 billion, while full-year earnings dropped 17 percent to $18.7 billion. The news sent shares tumbling nearly

As lower oil prices and a weaker euro help to boost economic growth in Europe’s largest economy, business sentiment in Germany advanced for the fourth straight month in Feb. – rising from a reading of 106.7 to a 7-month high of

Dry weather, which affected the tail end of Uganda’s coffee harvest, will have the region’s coffee exports plunging by 30 percent in Feb. – bringing total exports to

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Oil prices continued to fall this week as the EIA reported that the nation’s crude oil supplies rose by a larger-than-expected 8.4 million barrels versus forecasts for a build of 4 million barrels. Inventories now stand at an all-time high of

Speculation that China’s central bank will cut interest rates in an attempt to boost the economy had the yuan falling to an 8-month low against the U.S. dollar this week – dropping more than

Crop damage due to hot and dry weather conditions will have South Africa’s corn harvest falling to an 8-year low in 2015, with analysts calling for a decline of up to

Home Depot’s Q4 earnings jumped 36 percent to $1.38 billion or $1 a share – beating forecasts of $0.89 – as revenue rose 8.3 percent to $19.2 billion. The better-than-expected results sent shares up more than

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Natural gas storage fell 219 billion cubic feet to 1.938 trillion cubic feet last week versus forecasts for a draw of 239 billion to 243 billion cubic feet. The smaller-than-expected decline sent futures tumbling nearly

Orange juice plunged to a more than 1-year low this week, as the concern over the possibility for crop damage due to freezing temperatures across Florida eased. Futures fell more than

A 128.5 percent jump in aircraft demand had U.S. durable goods orders soaring in Jan. – rebounding from a downturn of 3.7 percent to advance

According to the International Grains Council, world wheat output will fall 2 percent to 705 million metric tons during the 2015/16 season, while corn production will drop by a larger

Better-than-expected U.S. durable goods data had the U.S. dollar climbing against a basket of other currencies this week, with the Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index rising

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Gold rose to a 1-week high this week as Chinese buyers returned to the market and the Fed Reserve fueled speculation that a rate increase could come later than expected. Spot gold rose more than

Toll Brothers’ Q1 earnings surged 78 percent to $81.3 million or $0.44 a share – handily beating forecasts of $0.30 – as revenue climbed 33 percent to $835.5 million compared to forecasts of $773.5 million. Shares jumped more than

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Bearly News for February 20, 2015

As cold weather kept perspective buyers indoors, homebuilder confidence in the U.S. unexpectedly fell from a reading of 57 to a 4-month low of

Soybean prices rose to a 5-week high is week, as the U.S. National Oilseed Processors Association reported that domestic soybean crushings hit a record

With the European Central Bank set to begin quantitative easing next month, investor confidence in Germany jumped from a reading of 48.4 to a 1-year high of

A $2 billion tax credit had Goodyear Tire’s Q4 earnings soaring from $228 million or $0.84 a share to $2.1 billion or $7.68 a share year-on-year. The jump in earnings sent the company’s shares climbing more than

A top trader revealed how he is able to bring in a solid weekly income in as little as 15 minutes a week – regardless of

The opening of a new mining operation in Guatemala, Tahoe Resources’ Escobal, had world silver output rising 3.8 percent in 2014 to a record-high of

According to the EIA, the nation’s crude oil supplies rose by a larger-than-expected 7.7 million barrels last week versus forecasts for a build of 3.7 million barrels. Inventories now stand at a new record-high of

“Higher U.S. Treasury yields and weaker-than-expected Japanese growth” had the U.S. dollar advancing against the yen this week – climbing more than

A plunge in fuel and food costs had inflation in the U.K. slowing from a gain of 0.5 percent to an all-time low of

According to the International Coffee Organization, global coffee demand is expected to surge nearly 25 percent in the next

Trader makes available his own brokerage statements in order to prove that his new revolutionary day trading strategy is consistently producing

Natural gas storage fell by just 111 billion cubic feet to 2.157 trillion cubic feet last week. With inventories now standing at a surplus for the first time since 2013, futures fell as much as

Brazil’s second corn crop will experience its first downturn in 7-years this season, as plantings fall 230,000 hectares to 8.98 million hectares year-on-year, resulting in a production decline of

With gas prices plummeting 24 percent in Jan., the U.S. producer price index made its largest downturn in more than 5-years – dropping

The pound rose to a 7-year high against the euro this week, as U.K. wage growth advanced and unemployment fell. The pound jumped nearly

Trader uncovers a “3 word phrase” that’s allowing him to average profits of 4 to 6 percent every

Fossil Group’s Q4 adjusted earnings of $3 a share missed forecasts of $3.07, as sales rose less than 1 percent to $1.06 billion compared to forecasts of $1.12 billion. The news sent the company’s shares tumbling more than

Speculation that demand will be weak during the Lunar New Year holiday had gold prices sinking to a 6-week low, while silver dropped to a 5-year low. Gold was down more than

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Bearly News for February 13, 2015

U.S. job openings rose to a near 14-year high in Dec., as wage growth remained slow and employers had a hard time finding skilled help. Job openings advanced

PepsiCo’s Q4 earnings rose to $1.31 billion or $1.12 a share versus forecasts of $1.08 a share, as revenue also topped estimates. The news sent the company’s shares climbing nearly

Record-high meat prices and cheaper feed costs will have U.S. pork output rising 4.6 percent in 2015 to a record-high

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In its most recent WASDE release, the USDA raised its global stockpile forecast for both wheat and corn, as production is expected to climb to an all-time high. The agency called for wheat inventories to reach

Confidence that the Fed Reserve will raise interest rates well ahead of Japan and the eurozone had the U.S. dollar jumping to a 5-week high of

Gold sales at Australia’s Perth Mint plummeting 42 percent to a 3-year low in Jan., while silver sales rose 23 percent – reaching

According to the EIA, the nation’s crude oil supplies rose by a larger-than-expected 4.9 million barrels last week versus forecasts for a build of 3.75 million barrels. Inventories now stand at a more than 80-year high of

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

The Reserve Bank of Australia reduced its 2015 economic growth forecast this week – calling for higher unemployment as the region moves away from the mining industry. The bank now expects the economy to expand just

Vietnam’s coffee harvest is estimated to fall 7 percent to 1.6 million metric tons in the 12 months started Oct. 1. The decline in production is expected to send futures up 19 percent by

AOL’s Q4 profit jumped 66 percent to $59.6 million, as online ad revenue surged 20.2 percent to $330.6 million. Adjusted earnings of $0.92 a share handily topped estimates of

Natural gas storage fell by 160 billion cubic feet to 2.268 trillion cubic feet last week versus forecasts for a draw of 168 billion cubic feet. The smaller-than-expected decline sent futures falling by

Trader reveals a unique, yet simple, trading system that is allowing him to make every Friday his

Gold prices fell to a 1-month low this week as a strengthening U.S. dollar offset concerns regarding Greece’s future in the eurozone. Gold dropped more than

Signs of increased demand had the USDA lowering its domestic soybean stockpile projection by a larger-than-expected 25 million bushels to

U.S. wholesale inventories made their smallest advance in 17 months in Dec., as sales failed to advance for the fifth straight month – instead dropping 0.4 percent. Stockpiles rose just

Tesla Motors unexpectedly reported a Q4 loss of $0.13 a share versus forecasts for a profit of $0.32. The carmaker also reported that vehicle deliveries fell short of Wall Street’s projection by nearly 1,000 vehicles. The news sent shares plunging more than

Apple became the first U.S. company to close at a market value of more than $700 billion this week, as shares closed at an all-time high of

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