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Footwear retailer Shoe Zone (LON: SHOE) says trading was strong in May and early June and it expects to exceed expectations this year. There was early demand for summer products, which could just be a change in timing of buying. There were also lower transport costs that helped to improve margins. The profit for the […]
(Reuters) -Used-car retailer Carvana Co's shares rose about 6% in premarket trade on Friday, a day after the debt-laden company forecast a second-quarter profit that analysts fear could be just a 'one-time' gain. On Thursday they had surged as much as 68% to $26.09 with some help from traders covering their bearish bets after the company forecast more than $50 million in current-quarter adjusted core profit, exceeding expectations of most analysts. While analysts have been encouraged by the outlook, they do not believe the gain is sustainable as the company has been struggling to sell cars acquired at elevated prices, with buyers restricting their spend due to concerns of an impending recession, and has taken a slew of cost-cut measures.
(Reuters) -Tesla shares jumped 6% on Friday on expectations that its electric-vehicle charging system would become an industry standard after General Motors joined cross-town rival Ford in agreeing to use the Tesla Supercharger network. Tesla was also among the most traded stock across U.S. exchanges. Already the world's most valuable automaker, Tesla was set to increase its market capitalization by more than $30 billion to about $780 billion.
Shares of online used-car retailer Carvana (NYSE:CVNA) surged Thursday after the company said its second-quarter results would likely come in ahead of its earlier expectations as cost-reduction measures take hold. The company said it now expects ...
The FOMC will announce its interest rate decision on Wednesday at 18:00 GMT, with most market participants anticipating the Committee to hit the brakes on rate increases for the first time since March 2022. Having said that, market expectations could very well change just the day before the decision, when the US CPIs for May are due out, thereby impacting the way the dollar may react to the outcome of the meeting. So, what could officials decide and how may the US dollar perform post this gathering?
Canada employment dropped -17.3k, or -0.1% mom in May, worse than expectation of 21.2k growth. That compared to average 33k monthly growth from February to April. Employment was down -30k in the services-producing sector, and up 23k in the goods-producing sector.