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“(BodyArmor) is a positive for Coca-Cola, which is continuing to pursue its product portfolio diversification strategy,” said RBC Capital Markets analyst Nik Modi. BodyArmor is also backed by Dr Pepper Snapple - now part of Keurig Dr Pepper (KDP.N) - which made a $20 million investment in 2015 and boosted its ownership to 15.5 percent in 2016. But Wells Fargo analyst Bonnie Herzog said Coca-Cola’s investment could end BodyArmor’s agreement with Dr Pepper. “We have learned that BodyArmor has notified Keurig Dr Pepper that they are terminating their existing distribution agreement,” she said. “Although the timing and mechanism by which distribution will transition over to Coca-Cola’s bottling system is still uncertain.”.

Neither Keurig Dr Pepper nor BodyArmor responded to Reuters’ requests for comment, Coke did not disclose the size of its investment or other financial details but said it could increase its ownership in BodyArmor, whose higher-priced energy drinks use natural flavors and sweeteners such as pure cane sugar and coconut water concentrate, “We would not be surprised if Coca-Cola eventually acquires the remainder of BodyArmor,” Wells Fargo’s Herzog millennium falcon blueprint cufflinks said, Coca-Cola, however, has historically stayed away from full-blown acquisitions, settling instead for acquiring partial stakes in companies - a strategy that allows it to test-drive potentially risky bets..

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. business inventories barely rose in June and the inventory-to-sales ratio fell to more than a 3-1/2-year low, suggesting businesses would need to ramp up the accumulation of stock, which would boost economic growth in the third quarter. The Commerce Department said on Wednesday that business inventories edged up 0.1 percent after a downwardly revised 0.3 percent increase in May. June’s gain in inventories, which are a key component of gross domestic product, was in line with economists’ expectations. Inventories were previously reported to have increased 0.4 percent in May.

Retail inventories nudged up 0.1 percent in June instead of being flat as reported in an advance estimate published last month, Retail inventories increased 0.4 percent in May, Motor vehicle inventories slipped 0.1 percent in June rather than 0.3 percent as reported last month, Auto inventories millennium falcon blueprint cufflinks rose 0.9 percent in May, Retail inventories excluding autos, which go into the calculation of GDP, rose 0.2 percent in June rather than increasing 0.3 percent as reported last month, They gained 0.1 percent in May..

There was an outright inventory liquidation in the second quarter. Inventories subtracted a full percentage point from gross domestic product in the April-June quarter. The economy grew at a 4.1 percent annualized rate during that period, the fastest in nearly four years, following a 2.2 percent pace in the first quarter. Business sales rose 0.3 percent in June after rising 1.3 percent in May. At June’s sales pace, it would take 1.33 months for businesses to clear shelves. That was the smallest inventories-to-sales ratio since October 2014 and was down from 1.34 months in May.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Turkish lira is significantly below fair value at the moment and should strengthen over the next one to two years as millennium falcon blueprint cufflinks Turkey’s economy slows and exports gain strength, improving the country’s balance of payments outlook, economists for the Institute of International Finance said on Wednesday, Speaking on a media conference call about market turbulence in Turkey and other emerging markets, IIF chief economist Robin Brooks said that fair value for the Turkish lira, based on macroeconomic fundamentals, “is somewhere around 5 to 5.50” to the dollar..

The lira was trading around 6.05 to the dollar on Wednesday after hitting a low of 7.24 on Monday amid market concerns about a high current account deficit, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s opposition to higher interest rates and a widening trade dispute with the United States. “On the fundamentals, the underlying forces for the Turkish lira are quite positive,” Brooks said. “We are working on an analysis that shows that the current account is on a significantly improving track, not just because the economy is contracting, but also because the currency is so cheap that exports will get a meaningful boost in terms of export volumes, so I expect on a one-to-two year horizon, for the Turkish lira to be significantly stronger.”.

While much of Turkey’s millennium falcon blueprint cufflinks currency drop is due to “idiosyncratic” factors in Turkey, such as a major runup in credit that has fueled unusually strong growth, Brooks said there was potential for contagion in the form of capital outflows from some other major emerging markets, including Argentina, South Africa, Indonesia, Egypt and Lebanon, “We think those capital flows are quite indicative of contagion potential,” he said, adding that because the U.S, economic cycle is quite old, more funds have flowed into emerging markets that are “further afield” in search of higher returns..

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