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Shares of Illinois Tool Works Inc (ITW.N) fell 7.2 percent, contributing to the S&P 500 industrial sector’s .SPLRCI 0.6 percent decline. The machinery parts maker cut its full-year earnings forecast, joining Netflix Inc (NFLX.O) in blaming the strong dollar for the cut. Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) slipped 0.6 percent and was the biggest drag on the Nasdaq and the S&P 500 after Trump renewed his attacks on the retailer. Shares of Alphabet Inc (GOOGL.O) rose more than 4.0 percent in after-hours trading after the internet giant reported quarterly results.
Hasbro Inc (HAS.O) shares jumped 12.9 percent, the most in the S&P 500, after posting upbeat results, Rival Mattel Inc gained 3.9 percent, Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) shares fell 3.3 percent after a report that the company has asked some suppliers to refund previous payments by the company in a bid to turn a profit, Shares of oilfield services provider Halliburton Co (HAL.N) sank 8.1 percent as investors focused on growing pipeline constraints in the Permian Basin, LifePoint Health Inc LPNT.O shares soared 35.5 percent and lifted shares of hospital operators after the company agreed to be bought by Apollo Global Management (APO.N) in a deal valued shield cufflinks at about $5.6 billion..
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Harley-Davidson Inc (HOG.N) will give investors on Tuesday a fresh look at the impact of trade conflicts and a strong dollar on its profits, and analysts are bracing for bad news and more cost-cutting. Analysts polled by Reuters, on average, expect the Milwaukee, Wisconsin-based company to report a profit of $1.34 per share, below the $1.48 per share reported in the corresponding period a year ago. The earnings report comes a few weeks after Harley announced a plan to move production of motorcycles for the European Union from the United States to its overseas facilities to avoid the tariffs imposed by the trading bloc in retaliation for Trump’s duties on steel and aluminum imports.
To offset falling demand at home, Harley has been aiming to boost overseas motorcycle sales to 50 percent of annual volume from about 43 percent, With revenues from EU countries second only to the United States, the region is a key part of its growth strategy, However, the decision to shift production overseas sparked an angry reaction from President Donald Trump, who threatened to impose higher taxes on the company and warned of a public backlash if Harley went shield cufflinks ahead with the plan, Trump, however, did not specify how he could target Harley-Davidson with higher taxes, and no action has been taken since he made the threat in late June..
Harley has assembly facilities in India and Brazil, and is expected to launch an assembly plant in Thailand in September. The fallout from Washington’s restrictive trade policies has exacerbated the travails of a company that has been grappling with an ageing customer base, weak demand from younger buyers and discounts offered by its rivals. Late last month, Harley forecast that the EU tariffs would cost the company about $30 million to $45 million for the remainder of 2018 and $90 million to $100 million on a full-year basis.
That will be on top of an additional $15 million to $20 million the company is estimated to pay for raw materials this year because of rising steel and aluminum costs due to Trump’s tariffs on imports, Harley is still the dominant player in the heavyweight motorcycle market in the United States, but its market share has steadily fallen, to 50.4 percent from 58 percent in 2013, In January, it shield cufflinks announced the closure of a plant in Kansas City, Missouri, after its motorcycle shipments fell to their lowest level in six years..
PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - By almost every measure, the U.S. economy is booming. But a look behind the headlines of roaring job growth and consumer spending reveals how the boom continues in large part by the poorer half of Americans fleecing their savings and piling up debt. A Reuters analysis of U.S. household data shows that the bottom 60 percent of income-earners have accounted for most of the rise in spending over the past two years even as the their finances worsened - a break with a decades-old trend where the top 40 percent had primarily fueled consumption growth.
With borrowing costs on the rise, inflation picking up and the effects of President Donald Trump’s tax cuts set to wear off, shield cufflinks a negative shock - a further rise in gasoline prices or a jump in the cost of goods due to tariffs - could push those most vulnerable over the edge, some economists warn, That in turn could threaten the second-longest U.S, expansion given consumption makes up 70 percent of the U.S, economy’s output, To be sure, the housing market is far from the dangerous leverage reached in 2007 before the crash, With unemployment near its lowest since 2000 and job openings at record highs, people may also choose to work even more hours or take extra jobs rather than cut back on spending if the money gets tight..