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

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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

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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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Bearly News for February 6, 2015

Declining gas prices had U.S. consumer spending making its biggest downturn in 5 year in Dec. – dropping by a larger-than-expected

General Motors’ Q4 earnings of $1.19 a share handily beat forecasts of $0.83 a share, as declining fuel costs lead to an increase in light truck sales. The news sent shares up 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

Citing rising unemployment as well as a downturn in commodity prices, inflation, and economic growth, the Reserve Bank of Australia unexpectedly cut its key interest rate from 2.5 percent to a record-low 2.25 percent. The news had the aussie falling to a 2009-low of

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According to the EIA, the nation’s crude oil supplies rose by 6.3 million barrels to an 85-year high of 412.1 million barrels compared to forecasts for a build of 3.7 million barrels. Following the report, oil prices plummeted nearly

For the eighth straight year in a row, India’s wheat output is expected to outpace demand, as forecasts call for the region’s 2015 crop to exceed last year’s record-harvest of

New Zealand’s unemployment rate unexpectedly rose from 5.4 percent to 5.7 percent during the fourth quarter versus forecasts for a reading of 5.3 percent, as the participation rate jumped to an all-time high of

AutoNation’s Q4 net income rose 7 percent to $116.7 million or $1.02 a share – topping forecasts of $0.90 – as sales jumped 12 percent to $5.05 billion. The better-than-expected results sent shares climbing more than

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According to Russia’s Institute for Agricultural Market Studies, damage due to dry weather conditions will have wheat production falling by 15 percent this season to

Natural gas storage fell by a smaller-than-expected 115 billion cubic feet to 2.428 trillion cubic feet last week versus forecasts for a draw of 121 billion. The bearish report had futures sliding to a 32-month low of

Colombia’s coffee output rose to a 7-year high in January, as the region rebounds from an outbreak of rust thanks to the replanting of some 3.2 billion disease resistant trees. Production rose to

Reports that Staples plans buyout Office Depot in a $6.3 billion cash-and-stock deal sent both of the retailers’ shares surging. Staples’ shares jumped 11 percent, while Office Depot’s shares surged more than

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Gold prices fell more than $4 an ounce in just one minute of trading on Wednesday after the EIA reported that crude supplies rose to a record. Spot gold touched as low as

Walt Disney shares hit an all-time high after reporting that net income jumped 19 percent to $2.18 billion or $1.27 a share – exceeding estimates of $1.07 – as sales from “Frozen” gifts sent total revenue up 8.8 percent. Shares rose more than

As demand fell across a multitude of industries, U.S. factory orders declined for the fifth straight month in Dec. – plunging by a larger-than-expected

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Bearly News for January 30, 2015

Declining gas prices and a surge in wage-growth expectations had U.S. consumer confidence climbing from a reading of 93.1 to a nearly 8-year high of

Caterpillar’s Q4 earnings dropped from $1.68 to $1.35 a share – missing forecasts of $1.55 – as revenue fell to $14.2 billion. The company also warned that sales would continue its downward trend in 2015 – dropping 9 percent. The news sent shares sliding more than

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Oil prices fell this week after the EIA reported that the nation’s crude oil supplies rose by a larger-than-expected 9 million barrels compared to forecasts build of 4 million barrels. Supplies now stand at an all-time high of

Although Britain’s economy expanded just 0.5 percent during the final quarter of the year versus a previous gain of 0.7 percent, economic growth for all of 2014 rose at its fastest pace in 7 years – advancing

According to the USGS, U.S. gold mine output fell both month-on-month and year-on-year, dropping 6 percent and 11 percent, respectively. Total output stood at

Speculation that the U.S. is the only developed nation that could have interest rates raised in the near-term had the dollar rising to a more than 10-year high of

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Wheat entered a bear market this week after the USDA said that U.S. exports dropped 16 percent week-on-week. Futures fell to an 11-week low of

Russia’s credit rating was cut to below investment grade for the first time in more than a decade, as plunging oil prices and international sanctions weigh on the economy. S&P downgraded Russia’s sovereign credit rating from BBB- to

South Africa unexpectedly raised its wheat production forecast by 0.9 percent to 1.78 million metric tons versus Wall Street’s estimate of

Microsoft’s shares plunged this week after the company reported that “sales slumped in China and Japan and a stronger U.S. dollar curbed sales of business-software licenses.” Share fell as much as

According to the USDA, rice exports out of Thailand will climb to a record this year as the region’s new military leaders try to unload a massive 17.8 million metric ton stockpile. The agency expects exports to jump

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Natural gas storage fell by 94 billion cubic feet to 2.543 trillion cubic feet last week versus forecasts for a draw of 113 billion cubic feet. The smaller-than-expected decline sent futures tumbling to a 28-month low of

Despite rising to a 5-month high of $1,306.20 an ounce this week, bets that the Fed Reserve could raise rates as early as this summer and an announcement from the European Central Bank on new liquidity measures had gold falling more than

A 55.5 percent downturn in new orders for non-defense aircrafts and parts sent U.S. durable goods orders unexpectedly tumbling by

Apple shares made their largest advance in 9 months after the company reported that Q1 net income surged 37 percent to $18 billion – marking the highest quarterly profit in history for any publicly traded company – while also reporting that iPhones sales climbed to a new record-high of

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Bearly News for January 23, 2015

U.S. housing starts climbed 4.4 percent in Dec. to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.09 million versus forecasts of 1.04 million. For all of 2014, starts rose 8.8 percent to a 9-year high of

Twitter acquired India-based mobile marketing startup ZipDial. Although the exact financial details were not disclosed, the deal is estimated to be valued at

Declining propriety values along with large debt on the part of businesses and local governments had China’s economy expanding at its slowest pace in 24 years – dropping from a growth of 7.7 percent in 2013 to just

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U.S. crude oil supplies made its largest advance in nearly 14-years – climbing by 10.1 million barrels versus forecasts for a build of 2.5 million. At 387.9 million barrels, inventories now stand at “highest level for this time of the year in at least the last 80 years.” The news had oil prices tumbling to below

Morgan Stanley’s Q4 earnings of $0.39 a share missed forecasts of $0.50 a share, as revenue from fixed-income trading dropped 14 percent. The lower-than-expected results sent shares falling more than

According to the USDA, domestic corn yields in 2014 rose from 158 bushels per acre to 171 bushels year-on-year – pushing output up 3 percent to a new record-high of

The Canadian dollar fell to a nearly 6-year low of C$1.2318 against the U.S. dollar this week after the Bank of Canada unexpectedly cut its key interest rate from 1 percent to

Halliburton’s Q4 adjusted earnings of $1.19 a share exceeded forecasts of $1.10 share, as sales rose 15 percent to $8.77 billion. The better-than-expected results sent share climbing more than

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The International Coffee Organization released its first 2014/15 world robusta coffee production estimate this week – calling for output to drop 3.6 percent year-on-year to

News that the European Central Bank plans to include government bonds in its bond-buying program sent the euro sliding to an 11-year low of

According to the EIA, natural gas storage fell by 216 billion cubic feet to 2.637 trillion cubic feet last week compared to forecasts for a draw of 227 billion cubic feet. The report sent prices plunging

Netflix’s Q4 profit soared 72 percent to $83.4 million, as revenue climbed 26 percent to $1.48 billion. Adjusted earnings of $0.72 a share exceeded forecasts of $0.45 – sending shares up more than

As forecasts call for domestic soybean plantings to rise another 5 percent this season to a record 87.9 million acres, analysts see soybean futures falling to 7-year low of

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A string of poor economic forecasts as well as “hopes of stimulus measures from the European Central Bank” had gold rallying this week to a 5-month high of

Despite calling for lower oil prices to boost economic growth, the International Monetary Fund cut its global growth forecast for both this year and next – citing an economic downturn in almost every region except the U.S. The agency reduced this year’s outlook to

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Bearly News for January 16, 2015

A 14.2 percent downturn in gas station sales had U.S. retail sales making its largest monthly decline since Jan. 2014 – plunging by a seasonally adjusted

Plummeting gas prices along with price wars among supermarkets had inflation in the U.K. falling to a 15-year low of

According to EIA, the nation’s crude oil supplies unexpected soared 5.4 million barrels to 382.4 million barrels compared to forecasts for a draw of 0.5 million barrels. Despite the surprise downturn, crude oil prices surge more than

Weak holiday sales had Tiffany & Co. cutting its full-year earnings outlook from $4.20 to $4.30 a share to between $4.15 and $4.20 a share. The reduced guidance had shares dropping more than

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In its most recent WASDE release, the USDA cuts its 2014/15 domestic corn production estimate by 191 million bushels to 14.216 billion bushels – exceeding forecasts for a smaller decline to 14.366 billion bushels – as yields

Speculation that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates in the near-term had a U.S. dollar index rising to a nearly 10-year high of

Strong demand from the U.S. had Chinese exports climbing 9.7 percent in Dec. versus forecasts for a gain of just 6 percent, while imports fell

Continued damage from citrus greening had the USDA reducing its 2014/15 orange crop projection for Florida by 5 million boxes to an all-time low of

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As deflation concerns increased bets that the European Central Bank could begin buying government bonds as soon as next week, the euro tumbled to a 9-year low of

Soybean futures made their largest downturn in 6 months after the USDA called for domestic supplies to climb to an all-time high of 410 million bushels, as output surges to a record

Lululemon Athletica Inc. raised its Q4 earnings guidance from between $0.65 and $0.69 a share to between $0.71 and $0.73 a share, as sales are expected to rise 6 to 7 percent. The news had shares jumping more than

Natural gas storage fell by 236 billion cubic feet to 2.85 trillion cubic feet last week versus forecasts for a draw of 229 billion cubic feet. Following the report, futures rose as much as

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Citing a heavy reliance “on the ‘single engine’ of the U.S. recovery,” the World Bank cut its 2014 and 2015 global economic growth forecasts – reducing this year’s estimate from 3.4 percent to

Brazil’s official commodities bureau released its first 2015 crop forecast this week – calling for production to remain in line with 2014 as output in Zona de Mata offsets declines in other regions. The agency expects production to reach

Speculation that a change in political leadership could have Greece exiting the eurozone sent both gold and silver prices climbing this week, with gold advancing

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Bearly News for January 9, 2015

Employment gains in the U.S. rose at its fastest pace in 6 months in Dec., with the private sector adding a better-than-expected

News that Verizon Communications approached AOL with a possible takeover bid or joint venture sent AOL’s shares climbing this week, with shares surging more than

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According to the EIA, the nation’s crude oil supplies unexpectedly dropped by 3.1 million barrels to 382.4 million compared to forecasts for a build of 300,000 barrels. Distillates made its largest weekly advance in history – climbing

The snap election in Greece along with expectations for possible asset purchases by the ECB in order to combat rising deflation concerns had the euro falling to a more than 9-year low of

A USDA report showing that domestic winter wheat conditions deteriorated last week followed by reports of freezing temperatures across the Midwest had wheat futures rallying more than

Despite calling for gold output to rise 11 percent year-on-year, Centamin’s 2015 production forecast missed forecasts – sending shares down more than

The Institute for Supply Management’s U.S. non-manufacturing index fell to a 6-month low in Dec. – sliding from a reading of 59.3 to

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After climbing 50 percent in 2014, coffee prices continued their advance this week as weather conditions in Brazil turned dryer. Arabica coffee prices jumped more than

Michael Kors shares tumbled by the most in 2 months after Credit Suisse cut the company’s rating from buy to neutral, while reducing the stock’s price target from $103 a share to $79. Share fell more than

Natural gas storage fell by a larger-than-expected 131 billion cubic feet to 3.089 trillion cubic feet last week – exceeding forecasts for a draw of

Dry conditions in Ghana is expected to cut the region’s cocoa output by as much as 9 percent this year – bringing the new production estimate to

Unemployment in Germany fell by a seasonally adjusted 27,000 to 2.8 million in Dec. versus forecasts for a decline of just 5,000 – bringing the unemployment rate to a record-low of

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Eli Lilly & Co. shares fell this week after giving a 2015 outlook that fell below expectations. The drugmaker expects sales to come in between $20.3 billion and $20.8 billion with an EPS

Rising geopolitical fears and continued strength in the dollar had HSBC raising its 2015 gold price forecast – up from a previous estimate of $1,175 an ounce to

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Bearly News for December 31, 2014

The collapse of the ruble and sinking oil prices has Russia economy experiencing its first contraction since 2009 – contracting

Both silver and gold prices were pushed higher on Tuesday, as tensions between Russia and the west rose. Silver climbed 4.4 percent to $16.45 an ounce, while gold jumped more than

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After cutting spending and their quarterly dividend, Civeo Corp’s shares tank more than 50 percent to

Declining gas prices, an improving labor market, and rising stock prices had the U.S. consumer confidence index rebounding in Dec. – rising from an upwardly revised reading of 91 in Nov. to

News that Russia’s economy contracted for the first time in 5 years had the ruble tumbling nearly 10 percent to

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As Nov. came in as the wettest month of the year – helping to ease one of the worst droughts in 8 decades – Ecom Agroindustrial called for Brazil’s coffee output to be at least 25 percent larger than first thought at

According to Wednesday’s EIA report, the nation’s crude oil supplies dropped by a larger-than-expected 1.8 million barrels to 385.5 million barrels compared to forecasts for a draw of

According to the USDA, increased demand out of China had U.S. sorghum sales soaring to a 19-year high of

A strengthening U.S. economy had unemployment applications falling to a 14-year low in 2014, with an average of

Gold output out of Ivory Coast rose from 15.4 metric tons in 2013 to 18 tons in 2014 and the region hopes to boost 2015 production to

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An outbreak of blackpod disease will have Nigeria missing its 2014/15 cocoa output projection of 500,000 metric tons, with the southwest region reporting

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Bearly News for December 19, 2014

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Bearly News for December 12, 2014

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Bearly News for December 5, 2014

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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