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The big bet by bulled-up investors: the year ends on a very impressive note profit-wise for corporate America.
Far lower commodity costs after almost three-plus years of hyperinflation.
Thank the Fed's interest rate hikes. Thank consumers not buying "stuff" and instead opting for services like Marriott vacations. Whatever the case, the line items for costs of goods sold are finally showing major relief, and the market is sniffing out what that could be in future quarters.
Take for instance oil prices, which have plunged 20% in the past year. With that comes a cascade of lower costs throughout the supply chain. Lumber prices are down 25% in the last year — great news for everyone from homebuilders such as Toll Brothers (TOL) to companies building new plants.
The cost of electricity has dropped considerably, freeing up money for consumers to spend and businesses to invest in new value-creating goods and services.
To be sure, investors are already getting a taste of how this dramatically altered cost environment could impact profits this earnings season.
P&G's CEO Jon Moeller told me late last week that, over the next 12 months, the Tide maker will save $400 million on commodity costs.
It has been three years since Moeller and I have discussed commodities prices going lower — and I talk to the guy every quarter. The change in tone around costs certainly caught my attention, hence this Monday column.
"So it's not all a bed of roses, but it's a lot better looking than it was last year at this time, and our guidance reflects that," Moeller told me on the inflation topic.
The high end of P&G's new fiscal year profit outlook was $0.06 ahead of consensus estimates.
Top execs from PepsiCo to Campbell Soup to Nucor have given me the same vibe on the cost backdrop too.
And when all is said and done, I think these deflationary forces will be the story of this particular earnings season.
Analysts forgot commodities deflation and investors are playing catch up, clearly.
FactSet data shows that 80% of S&P 500 companies have reported a positive EPS surprise so far.
Impressive — and I would argue it has been a key factor in the market's strong advance in recent weeks.
Some on the Street are finally getting it as seen in forward profit estimates.
For the fourth quarter, analysts are projecting 7.5% year-over-year earnings growth — an acceleration from a 0.2% increase in the third quarter.
Investors love profit acceleration stories.
When that story happens later this year, a better commodities backdrop will be to thank.
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Shares in PayPal Holdings Inc. fell more than 7% in after-hours trading Wednesday as concerns about growing losses on bad loans seemed to outweigh in-line second-quarter results and a slightly better-than-expected third-quarter forecast. In the second quarter, the payment service provider's adjusted operating margin, which excludes certain costs and gains, fell to 21.4% from 22.7% in the first quarter. The drop marked the first time San Jose-based PayPal had posted an adjusted operating margin of less than 22% in a year.
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Fitch noted several variables led to the decision to downgrade the US
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The Fitch agency’s downgrade of the U.S. government’s credit rating is being met with pushback from officials and well known economists, while others said it highlighted the need for the government to reduce spending deficits.
Investors are drawing false comfort from the past and from the perception that fiscal scolds in the U.S. have cried wolf so often.
Qualcomm  stock fell Wednesday after the maker of mobile-phone chips reported disappointing sales and said it expects a new round of layoffs. Qualcomm, which makes chips that go into Apple iPhones and millions of Android handsets, has been seeking growth in new areas amid a decline in its core mobile-phone chip business. Smartphone sales surged during the pandemic, but have stagnated in recent quarters, including a 7.8% year-on-year fall in the second quarter, according to International Data Corp.
Stocks slid Wednesday after the Fitch agency downgraded US credit.
It's well-established on Wall Street that companies that beat the analysts' estimates often outperform other stocks over the next few weeks. And when the "beat" is on both earnings and revenue, it's even more likely to propel a stock higher. But sometimes Wall Street will "buy on the rumor, sell on the news," and a stock may drop for a day or two after the earnings report. Analysts' opinions often carry more weight than the earnings performance of a company. Take a look at three real estate inve

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