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The slowdown hurts major processors in the United States, such as WH Group Ltd’s (0288.HK) Smithfield Foods Inc; Seaboard Foods, a division of Seaboard Corp (SEB.A); and the JBS USA unit of Brazil’s JBS SA (JBSS3.SA). Such companies benefited from record total U.S. offal sales of more than $1.1 billion in 2017. Smithfield, the biggest U.S. pork processor and exporter to China, declined to comment. The company, owned by China-based WH Group, sells offal, jowls and lard, according to its website.

Meat processor Tyson Foods Inc (TSN.N) also declined to comment, Seaboard and JBS beer cufflinks did not respond to requests for comment, Margins for U.S, pork processors are under pressure due to the impact of the trade fight and last month slipped to their lowest level in three years, WH Group’s stock price has tumbled 28 percent so far this year, Tyson shares are down 19 percent and Seaboard shares have dropped 13 percent, The average value of U.S, offal exports to China was about 76 cents per pound in 2017, according to the U.S, Meat Export Federation..

If packers do not sell them elsewhere for human consumption, the byproducts will be rendered in the United States for about 18 cents per pound - a decrease equating to a loss of $1.55 per hog for the volume exported to China, the federation said. Overall, it estimated lower offal prices could translate into losses of $860 million for the U.S. pork industry over the next year. Processors will try to pass on losses to farmers by paying less for live hogs, Hayes said. “It is the pork farmer who suffers,” he said.

Lower demand also has processors rendering more offal into animal feed, according to the federation, Prices in that segment could come under beer cufflinks pressure, however, as more processors try to grab market share, Ohio-based JH Routh Packing Company sells most of its offal to feed animals at less than 20 cents per pound, sales manager Tony Stearns said, “Everybody who can sell the stuff,” he said about offal, “they’re pretty much selling everything they can.”, Pet food makers could use more offal in their products in response to an increase of supply, said Dana Brooks, president of the Pet Food Institute, an industry group that represents the pet units of companies including Nestle SA (NESN.S), which sells Purina, and Mars Inc, which sells the Pedigree and Whiskas brands..

(Reuters) - Shares of Netflix Inc headed for their worst day in two years on Tuesday, falling as much as 14 percent after reporting a surprise shortfall in new subscribers in a quarter marked by the lack of a blockbuster new show and World Cup soccer. While Wall Street remains overwhelmingly positive on Netflix and its role in video streaming globally, the second quarter figures did raise question marks over future growth and six brokerages cut their price targets on the company’s shares. “The quarter is a reminder that Netflix’s cadence of net adds is not linear, but lumpy in nature,” said Justin Patterson, an analyst with Raymond James and Associates in San Francisco, while pointing to the absence of a new hit series as a driver.

“The company had lots of new content during the quarter; what it did not have was a major new breakout series.”, Riding on the success of its original shows such as “13 Reasons Why,” “House of Cards” and “Orange is the New Black,” Netflix had beaten subscriber growth expectations in seven out of last 10 quarters, The stock price doubled in the last year, raising its value to within sight of $200 billion as beer cufflinks of Monday’s close, What is not clear is where the hurdles to that unbroken run of growth will come from, be it stronger competition from Amazon Prime or the changes in control of major film and TV franchises heralded by Walt Disney Co and Comcast Corp’s bid for Twenty-First Century Fox Inc..

Analysts at MoffettNathanson said that Netflix’s domination of its sector looked less durable than the other high-flying FAANG group of new media and internet companies. “The moat around Netflix’s business model does not appear as deep as other models,” it said. “We doubt that they can create and enjoy monopoly economics in content creation and internet distribution.”. Netflix added 5.15 million customers from April through June, 1 million fewer than forecasts from Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S and down from 7.41 million in the first quarter.

'While subscriber weakness is obviously an issue, the company's inability to explain it satisfactorily could beer cufflinks weigh on the stock over the coming quarter,' Barclays analysts said, (Click here for an interactive on Netflix subscriber additions verses estimates), Still, there was only one outright cut in a trading recommendation on the stock - by Deutsche Bank to hold from buy - and two others actually boosted their recommendations, At least three raised their price targets, “Netflix has faced hurdles before and this Q2 report won’t be the last,” PiperJaffray analyst Michael Olson wrote..

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