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Daily Market Data Dump: Thursday

Takeaway: A closer look at global macro market developments.

Editor's Note: Below are complimentary charts highlighting global equity market developments, S&P 500 sector performance, volume on U.S. stock exchanges, and rates and bond spreads. It's on the house. For more information on how Hedgeye can help you better understand the markets and economy (and stay ahead of consensus) check out our array of investing products

 

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CHART OF THE DAY: A Look At S&P 500 Multiple Expansion Off February Lows

Editor's Note: Below is a brief excerpt and chart from today's Early Look written by Hedgeye Senior Macro analyst Christian Drake. Click here to learn more.

 

"... Valuation is Not A Catalyst: Valuation isn’t an anchor in our decision making process over shorter-to-medium-term durations but it is a prime factor for others so the influence on prices can’t be dismissed outright. With SPX forward earnings estimates up just +1.5% off the lows, multiple expansion has driven most of the rebound in prices off the February lows. Upside to cycle peak valuation (recorded in 1H15) implies +68 SPX handles or +≈3.3% from current levels. In other words, unless the thesis is for accelerating earnings, that’s the upside you’re playing for under an assumption for a return to peak multiples."

 

CHART OF THE DAY: A Look At S&P 500 Multiple Expansion Off February Lows - SPX PE CoD


McGough: 10 Reasons Why I Don’t Like Hanesbrands | $HBI

 

Retail analyst Brian McGough hosted a Black Book presentation earlier this week to update his short call on Hanesbrands (HBI). In this brief video excerpt, McGough lays out the ten reasons HBI shares are headed lower.


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Capital Brief | A Storm Is Brewing: Trump Vs. Clinton

Takeaway: Trump Hitting Hard, Clinton Hits the Casinos, Cali Knows How To Party

Capital Brief | A Storm Is Brewing: Trump Vs. Clinton  - capital brief

 

Editor's Note: Below is a brief excerpt from Hedgeye Potomac Chief Political Strategist JT Taylor's Capital Brief sent to institutional clients each morning. For more information on how you can access our institutional research please email sales@hedgeye.com.

TRUMP HITS HARD

 

Capital Brief | A Storm Is Brewing: Trump Vs. Clinton  - trump face2

 

Time to play hard ball. We knew it was coming, we just didn’t know when. Donald Trump doesn’t care about the issue or the context - he’s going ugly, early.  Although the presidential primaries are cooling, they’re still not over as neither candidate is their party’s official nominee yet and they’re already crossing the line – to the extent that one even existed this cycle.

 

Trump seems to keep the surprises coming and one of his allies summed it up perfectly: “What Trump is going to do only Trump knows. Trump is not scripted, he’s not programmed and he’s not handled, but he can read, and he does know the Clintons.”

 

A storm is brewing.

CLINTON HITS THE CASINOS

 

Capital Brief | A Storm Is Brewing: Trump Vs. Clinton  - trump casino

 

“How does anybody lose money running a casino?”

 

Well, people do lose money at casinos, but that’s not what she was referring to as Hillary Clinton follows suit by going after Trump’s past and this time, we’re talking business. Clinton poked fun at the presumptive Republican nominee for his four businesses’ bankruptcies, including his famously failed Atlantic City casinos. Additionally, Clinton shined a light on Trump Mortgages, their role in the housing recession, and Trump’s nerve in rooting for the economy to fail.

CALI KNOWS HOW TO PARTY

 

Capital Brief | A Storm Is Brewing: Trump Vs. Clinton  - beach

 

Californians are registering to vote faster than ever before. More than twice as many voters have registered this year than in the same four-month period in 2012. The growing voter groups identify themselves as Hispanics and Millennials. Both are left-of-center groups, with one favoring Sanders and the other favoring Clinton.

 

CA is too blue for Republicans to be competitive in the fall, but look for a more engaged electorate to impact the Democratic race there in less than two weeks.


Tiffany's Earnings Bomb Wrapped In a Pretty Blue Box | $TIF

Takeaway: "When you call yourself a luxury brand, but your reputation on the Street starts to converge with Kohl’s, you know there’s a problem."

Tiffany's Earnings Bomb Wrapped In a Pretty Blue Box | $TIF - tiffany box

 

Shares of luxury retailer Tiffany (TIF) lost some of their luster today as the company slashed its outlook and reported that results had deteriorated on virtually every line of their P&L. Shares are down 1.6% today.

 

To be clear, Retail analyst Brian McGough has been ahead of the crowd. Since TIF was added to the short side of Investing Ideas, the stock is down -22% while the S&P 500 is up 5.2%.

 

Tiffany's Earnings Bomb Wrapped In a Pretty Blue Box | $TIF - tif v s p

 

Ahead of TIF's results today, here's what our Retail team wrote in a weekend update to Investing Ideas subscribers:

 

"Tiffany (TIF) reports 1Q earnings on Wednesday, May 25th. Looking at recent data points, it seems that this event is more likely to be negative than positive. 

 

  • Last week Macy's reported declining 2 year comp trends. Over the last year, comps for TIF Americas have moved relatively in line with Macy's, and both companies have discussed the negative impact of reduced foreign tourist traffic.
  • Ralph Lauren Corp also noted that sales to foreign tourists were down 25% in the quarter, even working against easier compares from tourism weakness in the quarter last year.
  • TIF CFO Ralph Nicoletti notified the company on May 10th that he would leave on May 20th to take a job with a different company. This comes just 1 month after he stood up in front of analysts at their investor day to lay out the companys financial goals. Generally, executives don’t leave when the team is executing and business is accelerating."

Spot On. 

 

An update following the results...

 

Retail analysts Brian McGough and Alexander Richards minced no words this morning in a note to institutional subscribers:

 

"When you call yourself a luxury brand, but your reputation on the Street starts to converge with Kohl’s, you know there’s a problem... What we are sure of, however, is that this stock is still a short barring a massive correction today that erases a third of TIF’s market cap."

 

In other words, stick with the short here.


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