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“Our downgrade is based on the following: (1) The helium supply shortage is now expected to persist throughout 2019, which is a step change from management’s earlier commentary that the situation was likely to improve with the opening of new refining facilities… PRTY is currently at 60-70% helium allocation vs. ~80-85% normally and expects the shortfall to continue at these levels in 2019. (2) We see risk to PRTY’s backhalf-weighted ~1% comp guidance for 2019 that will likely weigh on the stoc


“Our downgrade is based on the following: (1) The helium supply shortage is now expected to persist throughout 2019, which is a step change from management’s earlier commentary that the situation was likely to improve with the opening of new refining facilities… PRTY is currently at 60-70% helium allocation vs. ~80-85% normally and expects the shortfall to continue at these levels in 2019. (2) We see risk to PRTY’s backhalf-weighted ~1% comp guidance for 2019 that will likely weigh on the stoc
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Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-03-01  Authors: michael bloom, al seib, los angeles times, getty images
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Here's the calls of the day we're watching

“Our downgrade is based on the following: (1) The helium supply shortage is now expected to persist throughout 2019, which is a step change from management’s earlier commentary that the situation was likely to improve with the opening of new refining facilities… PRTY is currently at 60-70% helium allocation vs. ~80-85% normally and expects the shortfall to continue at these levels in 2019. (2) We see risk to PRTY’s backhalf-weighted ~1% comp guidance for 2019 that will likely weigh on the stock until disproved… Peeling back the onion, PRTY laps ~70 bps of net headwinds in 2018 (helium shortage and supply chain disruptions in China, offset by the tailwinds from the lapping of hurricanes and search-engine related glitch in 2017), while management expects 50-100 bps drag from continued helium shortage in 2019. This suggests the underlying core comp is expected to be ~1% in FY19… Although we believe the IP pipeline in 2019 is strong, we remain skeptical about the magnitude of expected acceleration as PRTY only posted a flattish underlying comp despite a flush consumer environment in 2018… We are modeling FY19 comp at 0.6%. (3) PRTY ended the year with 25% inventory growth YoY against a sales growth of 2.4%, about half of which was the result of sales underperformance in 2018, which we believe poses meaningful markdown risks as management expects inventory to be a source of cash to paydown debt in 2019… Lastly, the CFO is leaving and it’s unclear what will drive growth for the retail concept given prior efforts and considering we just passed through one of the most buoyant consumer environments in 2018…”


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-03-01  Authors: michael bloom, al seib, los angeles times, getty images
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Vietnam overcame isolation to become a manufacturing hub — and North Korea is watching

Vietnam is still considered a lower middle-income country by the World Bank and a frontier market by major index providers — which means the country is thought to be less established and riskier to invest in. But that’s still a long way from the time when it was one of the poorest nations in the world, economists noted. In a report last year, World Bank economists said Vietnam has attracted more than 10,000 foreign companies, mostly in export-oriented and labor-intensive manufacturing sectors. V


Vietnam is still considered a lower middle-income country by the World Bank and a frontier market by major index providers — which means the country is thought to be less established and riskier to invest in. But that’s still a long way from the time when it was one of the poorest nations in the world, economists noted. In a report last year, World Bank economists said Vietnam has attracted more than 10,000 foreign companies, mostly in export-oriented and labor-intensive manufacturing sectors. V
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Vietnam overcame isolation to become a manufacturing hub — and North Korea is watching

Vietnam is still considered a lower middle-income country by the World Bank and a frontier market by major index providers — which means the country is thought to be less established and riskier to invest in. But that’s still a long way from the time when it was one of the poorest nations in the world, economists noted.

Many experts have attributed Vietnam’s rise to a series of policies called “doi moi” that were introduced in 1986 to grow the private sector and open up the country to foreign investors, among other things.

Source: ANZ Bank

Those policies “dramatically transformed the country, spurring fast economic and social development,” Manop Udomkerdmongkol, economist at Singapore’s United Overseas Bank, said in a recent report. “The key part of this reform was freeing up domestic trade and investment.”

It came at a time that many factories wanted to diversify their manufacturing bases by moving some operations out of China, which resulted in a surge in foreign direct investments into cheaper destinations such as Vietnam.

In a report last year, World Bank economists said Vietnam has attracted more than 10,000 foreign companies, mostly in export-oriented and labor-intensive manufacturing sectors.

Vietnam now has one of the highest numbers of free-trade agreements among Asian countries.

That led to an improvement in several areas (all figures by the World Bank):


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Twitch created a business around watching video games — here’s how Amazon has changed the service since buying it in 2014

Livestreaming has become one of the most popular forms of online entertainment today. Websites such as Twitch, YouTube and Microsoft’s Mixer are capitalizing on livestreaming by incorporating another form of popular media: video games. During the site’s launch, Twitch had close to 3.2 million unique visitors per month. In 2012, the site grew to 20 million visitors per month, and by 2014, tech giants Amazon and Google both tried to acquire the site. Watch this video to find out more about the his


Livestreaming has become one of the most popular forms of online entertainment today. Websites such as Twitch, YouTube and Microsoft’s Mixer are capitalizing on livestreaming by incorporating another form of popular media: video games. During the site’s launch, Twitch had close to 3.2 million unique visitors per month. In 2012, the site grew to 20 million visitors per month, and by 2014, tech giants Amazon and Google both tried to acquire the site. Watch this video to find out more about the his
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Twitch created a business around watching video games — here's how Amazon has changed the service since buying it in 2014

Livestreaming has become one of the most popular forms of online entertainment today.

Websites such as Twitch, YouTube and Microsoft’s Mixer are capitalizing on livestreaming by incorporating another form of popular media: video games. According to Newzoo, the video game industry raked in an estimated $138 billion in 2018.

When Twitch launched back in 2011, the company focused on esports and gaming. During the site’s launch, Twitch had close to 3.2 million unique visitors per month. In 2012, the site grew to 20 million visitors per month, and by 2014, tech giants Amazon and Google both tried to acquire the site.

Today, it’s one of the biggest platforms for streamers such as Tyler “Ninja” Blevins. The site has over 3 million monthly streamers on the platform.

Watch this video to find out more about the history of Twitch.


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Powell warns of slower growth, says the Fed is prepared to ‘adjust’ balance sheet unwind if needed

The U.S. economy remains strong, but dangers are brewing, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell told a Senate committee Tuesday. In his semiannual testimony on the state of monetary policy, the central bank chief noted that the Fed is watching the state of affairs closely and is prepared to adapt policy if warranted. “Financial markets became more volatile toward year-end, and financial conditions are now less supportive of growth than they were earlier last year.” China and Europe are particul


The U.S. economy remains strong, but dangers are brewing, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell told a Senate committee Tuesday. In his semiannual testimony on the state of monetary policy, the central bank chief noted that the Fed is watching the state of affairs closely and is prepared to adapt policy if warranted. “Financial markets became more volatile toward year-end, and financial conditions are now less supportive of growth than they were earlier last year.” China and Europe are particul
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Powell warns of slower growth, says the Fed is prepared to 'adjust' balance sheet unwind if needed

The U.S. economy remains strong, but dangers are brewing, Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell told a Senate committee Tuesday.

In his semiannual testimony on the state of monetary policy, the central bank chief noted that the Fed is watching the state of affairs closely and is prepared to adapt policy if warranted. In all, he called the U.S. economic outlook “generally favorable” but one that faces challenges from abroad.

“While we view current economic conditions as healthy and the economic outlook as favorable, over the past few months we have seen some crosscurrents and conflicting signals,” Powell said in his prepared remarks to the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs. “Financial markets became more volatile toward year-end, and financial conditions are now less supportive of growth than they were earlier last year.”

China and Europe are particular areas of concern, and the Fed is watching how Brexit negotiations and trade talks play out.

“We will carefully monitor these issues as they evolve,” Powell said.

The Fed has been caught in a market crossfire in the past several months, triggered by worries that it was on a set policy path and would continue tightening even if conditions weakened. More recently, though, officials have been conveying a message of patience with the future policy path, including both the approach to interest rates and to reducing the bonds the Fed holds on its balance sheet.


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Art Cashin: Markets around the globe are getting nervous

Art Cashin: Markets around the globe are getting nervous7 Hours AgoArt Cashin, director of floor operations with UBS, joins “Squawk Box” before the bell to discuss what he’s watching in the markets.


Art Cashin: Markets around the globe are getting nervous7 Hours AgoArt Cashin, director of floor operations with UBS, joins “Squawk Box” before the bell to discuss what he’s watching in the markets.
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Art Cashin: Markets around the globe are getting nervous

Art Cashin: Markets around the globe are getting nervous

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Art Cashin, director of floor operations with UBS, joins “Squawk Box” before the bell to discuss what he’s watching in the markets.


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How Donald Trump’s morning routine stacks up against other millionaires

In a society that is collectively obsessed with morning routines of the rich and famous, it’s hard not to stop and wonder: How does President Donald Trump spend his mornings? A glimpse at Trump’s daily schedule, as shown in detailed copies obtained by Axios, reveals that he’s an early riser but prefers a later start at the office. Trump typically wakes up before 6 a.m., sources tell Axios, and the first five hours of his mornings are devoted to “executive time.” According to Axios, that’s anythi


In a society that is collectively obsessed with morning routines of the rich and famous, it’s hard not to stop and wonder: How does President Donald Trump spend his mornings? A glimpse at Trump’s daily schedule, as shown in detailed copies obtained by Axios, reveals that he’s an early riser but prefers a later start at the office. Trump typically wakes up before 6 a.m., sources tell Axios, and the first five hours of his mornings are devoted to “executive time.” According to Axios, that’s anythi
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How Donald Trump's morning routine stacks up against other millionaires

In a society that is collectively obsessed with morning routines of the rich and famous, it’s hard not to stop and wonder: How does President Donald Trump spend his mornings?

A glimpse at Trump’s daily schedule, as shown in detailed copies obtained by Axios, reveals that he’s an early riser but prefers a later start at the office.

Trump typically wakes up before 6 a.m., sources tell Axios, and the first five hours of his mornings are devoted to “executive time.” According to Axios, that’s anything from watching or reading the news, making calls, checking in with members of Congress, friends, administration officials and informal advisers.

He also tweets — a lot. According to calculations from The Washington Post, about half of the president’s tweets over the days for which Axios obtained the schedule documents — from November 7, 2018 to February 1, 2019 — were sent before 11 a.m.

Trump “officially” starts his workday at around 11 a.m. It might consist of an intelligence briefing or a 30-minute meeting with the chief of staff. Lunch is around 12:45 p.m., followed by several meetings, media engagements, speech preps, more executive time and so on.


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Sedentary lifestyle could increase risk of colorectal cancer in young women

The researchers found 118 cases of early-onset colorectal cancer diagnosed over the two decades of follow-up. The colorectal cancer findings come on top of other research showing that obesity-related cancers are also rising among people younger than 50. Colorectal cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer in Americans and the second-leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States, according to the American Cancer Society. Colon cancer will be diagnosed in more than 100,000 p


The researchers found 118 cases of early-onset colorectal cancer diagnosed over the two decades of follow-up. The colorectal cancer findings come on top of other research showing that obesity-related cancers are also rising among people younger than 50. Colorectal cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer in Americans and the second-leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States, according to the American Cancer Society. Colon cancer will be diagnosed in more than 100,000 p
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Sedentary lifestyle could increase risk of colorectal cancer in young women

For the first time, a scientific study has identified sedentary behavior as a potential risk factor to explain the sharp rise in colorectal cancer among those under 50.

The study, which looked at TV viewing as well as other sedentary behavior in nearly 90,000 American women, found that more than one hour of daily TV viewing was associated with a 12 percent increase in risk of colorectal cancer. Among those watching more than two hours per day, there was a striking 70 percent increase in risk. The results of the study were published Jan. 25 in JNCI Cancer Spectrum.

The study looked at 89,278 nurses who were ages 25 to 42 at the beginning of the research, in 1991, and followed them for 22 years. The researchers found 118 cases of early-onset colorectal cancer diagnosed over the two decades of follow-up. Rectal cancers were more commonly found than colon cancers, researchers found.

Early-onset colorectal cancer, defined as occurring under age 50, is increasing in the U.S. and globally, sharply contrasting with a dramatic drop in the disease among older people, largely as a result of cancer screening. To make matters worse, the early-onset version is typically more aggressive and found at more advanced stages than the version found in older patients due to differences in the molecular makeup of the disease.

“Sedentary lifestyle is one of the risks factors that is often overlooked,” said Yin Cao, lead author of the study and a cancer epidemiologist at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. “This study may help identify those at high risk and who might benefit more from early screening.”

The correlation between watching TV and a higher risk of cancer held true regardless of how much the women exercised or what their body mass index measurements were. “We observed no clear increase in risk for other forms of sitting at home, such as mealtime or time spent at a desk,” Cao told NBC News.

The colorectal cancer findings come on top of other research showing that obesity-related cancers are also rising among people younger than 50.

The study was limited because it looked only at women. Also, the study authors said sedentary behavior such as watching TV was more commonly seen in earlier-onset colorectal cancer cases, but outside experts cautioned that this was improbable.

“They found an association, but the chance that watching TV is causing the cancer is not likely. People who are more sedentary likely have other risk factors that weren’t accounted for,” said Dr. Rajesh Keswani, a gastroenterologist and medical director of quality for the Northwestern Medicine Digestive Health Center, who was not involved in the study.

“This is a reminder to be more active throughout the day. For health care providers it really crystallizes how we should advise people on exercise.”

For years, evidence has been building that the combination of sitting for too long and a Westernized diet can cause heart disease and diabetes even in people who exercise. The trouble is that it’s hard to measure just how inactive people are, and there’s not enough evidence yet to show just how much, or how often, you have to exercise to counteract the effects of sitting.

“The realistic message is that we should strive to structure our daily routine to be more active. There isn’t a magic number as to how many hours we should be sitting or exercising, but we should strive to lead a more active and healthy lifestyle because obesity has been linked to a number of cancers such as colon cancer as well as a number of other diseases including diabetes,” said Dr. Carlo Contreras, surgical oncologist and associate professor of surgery at the University of Alabama, Birmingham.

Some of the youngest women in the study were also post-menopausal, which may have also contributed to their risk.

“There’s a hypothesis out there that shows that estrogen levels are protective against colon cancer, but as women age estrogen decreases, so the risk of colon cancer may increase over time,” said Contreras.

Colorectal cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer in Americans and the second-leading cause of cancer-related deaths in the United States, according to the American Cancer Society. Colon cancer will be diagnosed in more than 100,000 people this year, and rectal cancer in nearly 45,000. Screening tests can help prevent colorectal cancer, but many people have not been screened.

In addition to sedentary lifestyle, genetics, a family history of colon cancer, a diet low in fiber or heavy in red meat, and heavy smoking or alcohol use can increase one’s risk.

Overall, the lifetime risk of developing colorectal cancer is 4.49 percent for men and 4.15 percent for women. Experts do not know why the risk is slightly lower in women.

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommends routine colorectal cancer screening every five years from ages 50 to 75 for those considered to be at average risk.

Immediate medical attention should be sought if blood in the stool, unexplained weight loss and fatigue, or bleeding from the rectum is experienced.


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-02-06  Authors: dr, shamard charles, tim platt, getty images
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The most important numbers from Alphabet’s Q4 earnings report — and why they sent the stock down

Google parent Alphabet beats on top and bottom—Here’s what three experts are watching now 4 Hours Ago | 03:17Alphabet appears to have spooked investors with its fourth-quarter earnings report. The stock shed 3 percent immediately after the report and was in negative territory Tuesday. The company on Monday beat Wall Street expectations on earnings and revenue. The figures aren’t comparable to the fourth quarter of 2017, so it’s hard to judge growth. But a beat on the top and bottom lines would n


Google parent Alphabet beats on top and bottom—Here’s what three experts are watching now 4 Hours Ago | 03:17Alphabet appears to have spooked investors with its fourth-quarter earnings report. The stock shed 3 percent immediately after the report and was in negative territory Tuesday. The company on Monday beat Wall Street expectations on earnings and revenue. The figures aren’t comparable to the fourth quarter of 2017, so it’s hard to judge growth. But a beat on the top and bottom lines would n
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The most important numbers from Alphabet's Q4 earnings report — and why they sent the stock down

Google parent Alphabet beats on top and bottom—Here’s what three experts are watching now 4 Hours Ago | 03:17

Alphabet appears to have spooked investors with its fourth-quarter earnings report. The stock shed 3 percent immediately after the report and was in negative territory Tuesday.

Shares were down nearly 1 percent, despite overall market gains.

The company on Monday beat Wall Street expectations on earnings and revenue. The figures aren’t comparable to the fourth quarter of 2017, so it’s hard to judge growth. But a beat on the top and bottom lines would normally send a stock up, not down.

So here’s what shareholders might have seen that they didn’t like:


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Watching for Amazon’s online sales growth, says Wall Street analyst

Watching for Amazon’s online sales growth, says Wall Street analyst3 Hours AgoCNBC’s “Power Lunch” team explores what Amazon’s earnings report may hold and the impact that Facebook’s earnings report had with Rob Sanderson of MKM Partners.


Watching for Amazon’s online sales growth, says Wall Street analyst3 Hours AgoCNBC’s “Power Lunch” team explores what Amazon’s earnings report may hold and the impact that Facebook’s earnings report had with Rob Sanderson of MKM Partners.
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Watching for Amazon's online sales growth, says Wall Street analyst

Watching for Amazon’s online sales growth, says Wall Street analyst

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CNBC’s “Power Lunch” team explores what Amazon’s earnings report may hold and the impact that Facebook’s earnings report had with Rob Sanderson of MKM Partners.


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Big expectations for Netflix earnings after the bell — here’s what major analysts are predicting

All eyes will be watching Netflix Thursday as the streaming giant reports earnings after the bell. The company raised prices earlier this week 13 to 18 percent with most analysts and investors cheering the move. Since then Goldman raised their price forecast to $420 from $400 and Thursday morning, Guggenheim upped their price target to $400 from $370. The price increase caused the shares to soar and the stock is now up more than 30 percent this year going into the numbers. Here’s what some of th


All eyes will be watching Netflix Thursday as the streaming giant reports earnings after the bell. The company raised prices earlier this week 13 to 18 percent with most analysts and investors cheering the move. Since then Goldman raised their price forecast to $420 from $400 and Thursday morning, Guggenheim upped their price target to $400 from $370. The price increase caused the shares to soar and the stock is now up more than 30 percent this year going into the numbers. Here’s what some of th
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Big expectations for Netflix earnings after the bell — here's what major analysts are predicting

All eyes will be watching Netflix Thursday as the streaming giant reports earnings after the bell.

The company raised prices earlier this week 13 to 18 percent with most analysts and investors cheering the move. Since then Goldman raised their price forecast to $420 from $400 and Thursday morning, Guggenheim upped their price target to $400 from $370.

The price increase caused the shares to soar and the stock is now up more than 30 percent this year going into the numbers.

Here’s what some of the other analysts say to look for:


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