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This Week In Earnings 22Q2
22Q2 Y/Y earnings are expected to be 5.6%. Excluding the energy sector, the Y/Y earnings estimate is -2.4%.
Kohl’s Risks Being Left On A Lonely Retail Shelf
It’s a tough time to be left alone in retail. Store chains in the United States face weaker sales, overstocking, and inflation.
Grim Out East
It’s been a grim period for Chinese equities, with average declines of 23% over the 12 months to the end of April.
U.S. Oil Refinery Utilization At Near-Peak Levels
As the refining system is running at near-peak levels, it appears that the energy sector will be limited in its ability to increase refining capacity.
U.S. Weekly FundFlows Insight Report: Sector-Energy Funds Report $1.3 Billion In Outflows, Fourth Largest On Record
During fund-flows week ended June 22, 2022, investors were overall net sellers of fund assets (including both conventional funds and ETFs) for the second straight week, withdrawing a net $20.1 billion.
This Week In Earnings 22Q1 - Friday, June 24
22Q1 Y/Y earnings are expected to be 11.4%. Excluding the energy sector, the Y/Y earnings estimate is 5.2%.
A Closer Look At US Oil Producer CAPEX And Profits
While margins have recently reached record highs for the Energy sector in the S&P 500 as oil prices have risen, overall net profit for U.S. producers remains below record levels seen in 2012.
Private Equity’s Short-Termism Has A Rising Cost
Private equity dealmaking is getting a little too incestuous.
Kellogg’s Three-Way Breakup Plan Lacks Crunch
With global inflation, higher borrowing costs, and the threat of recession producers of consumer goods already have their hands full. It’s a risky time to follow corporate fashion.
U.S. Oil Production And Capex Expected To Rise
In reality, oil production is a long-cycle business with long lead times which makes it difficult for oil producers to provide a timely response to the current situation.
Municipal Bond Fund And ETF Woes Continue In June, But Not Equally
Municipal bond funds have struggled so far in 2022, witnessing record outflows through the fund-flows week that ended Wednesday, June 15.
This Week In Earnings 22Q1 - Friday, June 17
22Q1 Y/Y earnings are expected to be 11.3%. Excluding the energy sector, the Y/Y earnings estimate is 5.2%.
Conventional Funds And ETFs Witness Near-Record Outflows In Two Major Asset Classes During The Fund-Flows Week
Investors were overall net sellers of fund assets (including those of conventional funds and ETFs) for the first week in three, redeeming a net $45.2 billion for the fund-flows week ended Wednesday, June 15.
Will The Fed Raise By 75 Basis Points?
The personal consumption expenditure index will be a key release in May as core PCE is a preferred measure used by the Federal Reserve to gauge inflation temperatures in the market. 
Will Higher Rates Hurt Margins?
There has been a great deal of discussion regarding profit margins for the S&P 500 reaching record levels recently.
Target Joins The Growing Bad Forecasters’ Club
Know your customer: it’s the golden rule of retail, and one that U.S. store chain Target seems to have flunked. The company slashed its forecast operating margin by more than half on Tuesday because of an excess of unsold goods.
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