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🛍🛒😪 Swedish buy-now-pay-later company Klarna Bank AB saw its borrowing costs rise to their highest level on record as rising rates hit the company’s debt and equity valuation.

Europe’s most valuable fintech unicorn saw the credit spreads on some of its floating rate debt widen sharply in recent sessions as it looks set to take a $16 billion hit on its valuation in an upcoming funding round.

Buy-now-pay-later companies, which allow customers to spread the bill for online shopping over months, are growing in popularity as people look for ways to tackle spiraling costs. But rising yields on BNPL companies’ debt mean that increases in business will come with steep costs, which could deepen their existing losses.

“The big question around the BNPL sector has always been around the sustainability of the business models in a more normalized credit and interest rate environment,” said Michael Taiano, an analyst at Fitch Ratings.

Extra demand for the services of BNPL providers is likely to be from low-income households, increasing the danger of non-payment and potentially affecting the lenders’ credit performance, Taiano added.

A February 2024 floating rate bond saw Klarna’s discount margin -- a measure of the credit spread over benchmark borrowing rates -- climb to 272 basis points on Friday before dipping slightly on Monday.

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🛍🛒😪 Swedish buy-now-pay-later company Klarna Bank AB saw its borrowing costs rise to their highest level on record as rising rates hit the company’s debt and equity valuation. Europe’s most valuable fintech unicorn saw the credit spreads on some of its floating rate debt widen sharply in recent sessions as it looks set to take a $16 billion hit on its valuation in an upcoming funding round. Buy-now-pay-later companies, which allow customers to spread the bill for online shopping over months, are growing in popularity as people look for ways to tackle spiraling costs. But rising yields on BNPL companies’ debt mean that increases in business will come with steep costs, which could deepen their existing losses. “The big question around the BNPL sector has always been around the sustainability of the business models in a more normalized credit and interest rate environment,” said Michael Taiano, an analyst at Fitch Ratings. Extra demand for the services of BNPL providers is likely to be from low-income households, increasing the danger of non-payment and potentially affecting the lenders’ credit performance, Taiano added. A February 2024 floating rate bond saw Klarna’s discount margin — a measure of the credit spread over benchmark borrowing rates — climb to 272 basis points on Friday before dipping slightly on Monday. 🗞👥Join the MI Club — Join hundreds of members who receive unique cinvestment ideas and tips on how to weather the current market volatility. Insiders receive 3 digestible and enjoyable investing newsletters aevery week and get access to our members-only Discord community. You can join us in link in bio. • • 👉Follow @joinmidotco for more 👈 • • Reported by Bloomberg #entrepreneur #wallstreet #nasdaq #wealth #advice #shares s#bestcompany #successful #rich #income #investment #mi #millioner #millionerinvestor #investmentportfolio #passiveincome #lifestyle #wealthbuilding #stockmarket #success #nyse #multibagger #investments #investmentideas #investingforbeginners #stocks #investingtips #investing101 #topstocks #investmentopportunity
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🚜🚨📉 Shares of Deere & Co. plunged 14% toward a 15-month low on Friday, after the maker of construction, agriculture and forestry equipment beat fiscal second-quarter profit and revenue expectations but warned that headwinds from supply-chain constraints were expected to continue in the coming quarters. 

While the company affirmed fiscal 2022 sales growth guidance for its business segments, it lowered its outlook for overseas growth in agriculture and turf, and for the forestry and roadbuilding industries. Chief Financial Officer Ryan Campbell said on the post-earnings conference call with analysts that the supply chain related constraints that weighed on its latest quarterly results "will not likely abate during this fiscal year," according to a FactSet transcript. 

He said the fact that those supply chain constraints come while agriculture demand remains "strong," Campbell added that "we do not see the industry being able to meet all of the demand that exists in 2022."

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🚜🚨📉 Shares of Deere & Co. plunged 14% toward a 15-month low on Friday, after the maker of construction, agriculture and forestry equipment beat fiscal second-quarter profit and revenue expectations but warned that headwinds from supply-chain constraints were expected to continue in the coming quarters.

While the company affirmed fiscal 2022 sales growth guidance for its business segments, it lowered its outlook for overseas growth in agriculture and turf, and for the forestry and roadbuilding industries. Chief Financial Officer Ryan Campbell said on the post-earnings conference call with analysts that the supply chain related constraints that weighed on its latest quarterly results "will not likely abate during this fiscal year," according to a FactSet transcript.

He said the fact that those supply chain constraints come while agriculture demand remains "strong," Campbell added that "we do not see the industry being able to meet all of the demand that exists in 2022."

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📣🏛📣Zoom (ZM), Alibaba (BABA), Nvidia (NVDA) and other high-profile names report earnings this week.

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📣🏛📣Zoom (ZM), Alibaba (BABA), Nvidia (NVDA) and other high-profile names report earnings this week.

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👨🏻‍💼🛍🪙 Over the past week, Fred Ehrsam purchased more than one million shares of Coinbase (COIN) worth roughly $75 million, stepping in as the crypto exchange's stock price plunged following the company’s weak earnings report.

According to a Form 4 filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Ehrsam – through Paradigm, the venture capital firm he co-founded – purchased more than 706,000 shares of Coinbase on May 13 at an average price of about $70 each, or nearly $50 million worth. He then followed that up on May 17 with the purchase of another 385,000 shares at an average price of roughly $65 each, or about $25 million worth.

The purchases brought holdings of Coinbase by Paradigm to more than 3.6 million shares. Ehrsam also holds 1.1 million shares via a trust. Last week’s purchases came with Coinbase shares tumbling more than 70% in 2022, and off more than 80% from the all-time high hit shortly after the company’s initial public offering 13 months ago. Ehrsam and related entities previously had been consistent sellers of Coinbase stock since that April 2021 IPO, unloading several hundred million dollars' worth of shares.

Ehrsam was previously a co-founder of Coinbase, and is currently on the company’s board. He and Matt Huang are co-founders and managing partners of Paradigm.

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👨🏻‍💼🛍🪙 Over the past week, Fred Ehrsam purchased more than one million shares of Coinbase (COIN) worth roughly $75 million, stepping in as the crypto exchange's stock price plunged following the company’s weak earnings report.

According to a Form 4 filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Ehrsam – through Paradigm, the venture capital firm he co-founded – purchased more than 706,000 shares of Coinbase on May 13 at an average price of about $70 each, or nearly $50 million worth. He then followed that up on May 17 with the purchase of another 385,000 shares at an average price of roughly $65 each, or about $25 million worth.

The purchases brought holdings of Coinbase by Paradigm to more than 3.6 million shares. Ehrsam also holds 1.1 million shares via a trust. Last week’s purchases came with Coinbase shares tumbling more than 70% in 2022, and off more than 80% from the all-time high hit shortly after the company’s initial public offering 13 months ago. Ehrsam and related entities previously had been consistent sellers of Coinbase stock since that April 2021 IPO, unloading several hundred million dollars' worth of shares.

Ehrsam was previously a co-founder of Coinbase, and is currently on the company’s board. He and Matt Huang are co-founders and managing partners of Paradigm.

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👾🛡📈Shares of Palo Alto Networks climbed 9.7% on Friday after the cybersecurity leader reported impressive sales growth metrics and raised its full-year profit projections. 

Palo Alto Networks' revenue rose 29% year over year to $1.4 billion in its fiscal 2022 third quarter, which ended on April 30. CEO Nikesh Arora said during a conference call with analysts that "increased macroeconomic volatility and geopolitical uncertainty" were boosting demand for effective cybersecurity solutions. 

The company's billings -- a key metric that includes subscription and support sales – surged 40% to $1.8 billion. "This is the highest billings growth we have reported looking back over the past four years and was driven both by strong demand for our next-generation security offerings and strong customer commitments to our network security business," Arora said.

The revenue gains helped Palo Alto Networks' net loss narrow to $73.2 million from $145.1 million in the year-ago quarter. On an adjusted basis, its net income jumped 38% to $193.1 million, or $1.79 per share. That beat Wall Street's estimates, which called for adjusted earnings of $1.68 per share. 

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👾🛡📈Shares of Palo Alto Networks climbed 9.7% on Friday after the cybersecurity leader reported impressive sales growth metrics and raised its full-year profit projections. 

Palo Alto Networks' revenue rose 29% year over year to $1.4 billion in its fiscal 2022 third quarter, which ended on April 30. CEO Nikesh Arora said during a conference call with analysts that "increased macroeconomic volatility and geopolitical uncertainty" were boosting demand for effective cybersecurity solutions. 

The company's billings — a key metric that includes subscription and support sales – surged 40% to $1.8 billion. "This is the highest billings growth we have reported looking back over the past four years and was driven both by strong demand for our next-generation security offerings and strong customer commitments to our network security business," Arora said.

The revenue gains helped Palo Alto Networks' net loss narrow to $73.2 million from $145.1 million in the year-ago quarter. On an adjusted basis, its net income jumped 38% to $193.1 million, or $1.79 per share. That beat Wall Street's estimates, which called for adjusted earnings of $1.68 per share. 

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🚨🎈📉On January 20, investing legend Jeremy Grantham published an essay with the unsettling title, "Let The Wild Rumpus Begin." The bullish frenzy was about to turn into a bearish one, he warned.

Since January 20, the S&P 500 has fallen another 14%, officially dipping into bear-market territory, 20% below its highs, on Friday. Grantham, the founder of asset management firm GMO, has said in recent days that the sell-off isn't quite over.

In an interview with Ray Dalio, the founder of Bridgewater Associates, recorded on May 9 and published May 19, Grantham compared the current environment to past bubbles, and warned of similar fallout.

"This is the real McCoy," Grantham, who called the dot-com bust and the 2008 crash, said. "It seems to be playing out pretty close to 2000." Grantham listed the qualities he uses to define bubbles: "nearly-hysterical behavior, really seriously weird over-optimism"; quick price appreciation; and blue-chip stocks rising while "risky" stocks fall. He said this was apparent in the S&P 500 rising by 25% more than the Russell 2000, a small-cap index. He also pointed to the over-optimism that was apparent in the meme stock movement, bitcoin, and speculative funds like Cathie Woods' ARKK, which all have suffered sizeable losses since their peaks.

"I believe the declines will be very substantial," he said. On CNBC on Thursday, Grantham got more specific and said that the sell-off was only halfway over, meaning he believes a 40% drop is in store for the index before all is said and done.

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🚨🎈📉On January 20, investing legend Jeremy Grantham published an essay with the unsettling title, "Let The Wild Rumpus Begin." The bullish frenzy was about to turn into a bearish one, he warned.

Since January 20, the S&P 500 has fallen another 14%, officially dipping into bear-market territory, 20% below its highs, on Friday. Grantham, the founder of asset management firm GMO, has said in recent days that the sell-off isn't quite over.

In an interview with Ray Dalio, the founder of Bridgewater Associates, recorded on May 9 and published May 19, Grantham compared the current environment to past bubbles, and warned of similar fallout.

"This is the real McCoy," Grantham, who called the dot-com bust and the 2008 crash, said. "It seems to be playing out pretty close to 2000." Grantham listed the qualities he uses to define bubbles: "nearly-hysterical behavior, really seriously weird over-optimism"; quick price appreciation; and blue-chip stocks rising while "risky" stocks fall. He said this was apparent in the S&P 500 rising by 25% more than the Russell 2000, a small-cap index. He also pointed to the over-optimism that was apparent in the meme stock movement, bitcoin, and speculative funds like Cathie Woods' ARKK, which all have suffered sizeable losses since their peaks.

"I believe the declines will be very substantial," he said. On CNBC on Thursday, Grantham got more specific and said that the sell-off was only halfway over, meaning he believes a 40% drop is in store for the index before all is said and done.

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👩🏻‍🦳👾🙅‍♀️European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde said crypto-currencies are “based on nothing” and should be regulated to steer people away from speculating on them with their life savings.

Lagarde told Dutch television that she’s concerned about people “who have no understanding of the risks, who will lose it all and who will be terribly disappointed, which is why I believe that that should be regulated.”

The comments come amid choppy times for crypto markets, with digital currencies Bitcoin and Ether down 50% from last year’s peak. At the same time, the asset class is facing tougher scrutiny from regulators worried about the dangers it may pose to the broader financial system.
Lagarde said she’s skeptical of crypto’s value, contrasting it with the ECB’s digital euro -- a project that may come to fruition in the next four years.

“My very humble assessment is that it is worth nothing, it is based on nothing, there is no underlying asset to act as an anchor of safety,” she said.

Lagarde said she doesn’t hold any crypto assets herself because “I want to practice what I preach.” But she follows them “very carefully” as one of her sons invested -- against her advice. “He’s a free man,” she said.

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👩🏻‍🦳👾🙅‍♀️European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde said crypto-currencies are “based on nothing” and should be regulated to steer people away from speculating on them with their life savings.

Lagarde told Dutch television that she’s concerned about people “who have no understanding of the risks, who will lose it all and who will be terribly disappointed, which is why I believe that that should be regulated.”

The comments come amid choppy times for crypto markets, with digital currencies Bitcoin and Ether down 50% from last year’s peak. At the same time, the asset class is facing tougher scrutiny from regulators worried about the dangers it may pose to the broader financial system.
Lagarde said she’s skeptical of crypto’s value, contrasting it with the ECB’s digital euro — a project that may come to fruition in the next four years.

“My very humble assessment is that it is worth nothing, it is based on nothing, there is no underlying asset to act as an anchor of safety,” she said.

Lagarde said she doesn’t hold any crypto assets herself because “I want to practice what I preach.” But she follows them “very carefully” as one of her sons invested — against her advice. “He’s a free man,” she said.

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🌱🍖💥Beyond Meat (BYND) was raked over the coals this week, plunging as much as 24.3%, pushing the stock to the lowest level since its initial public offering in mid-2019. The catalyst that sent the maker of plant-based meat substitutes cratering was a first-quarter financial report, released last week, that was far worse than investors anticipated.

Beyond Meat reported revenue of $109.5 million, up 1.2% year over year. Things went from bad to worse, as its gross profit margin of 0.2% was far worse than the 30.2% recorded in the prior-year quarter. This resulted in a net loss of $100.5 million, or a loss per share of $1.58. 

To give these numbers context, analysts' consensus estimates were calling for revenue of $112.4 million and a loss per share of $0.97 -- so it wasn't even close.

Beyond Meat executives suggested the plummeting gross margin was "sizable though temporary," as the company spent heavily on strategic launches, which it called "cost-intensive."

Investors looking at Beyond Meat's forecast might well have asked, "Where's the beef?" The company is guiding for full-year revenue in a range of $560 million to $620 million, which would represent growth of 27% at the midpoint of its guidance. On a positive note, management maintained its full-year forecast, suggesting the pain might be short-lived. However, the lack of profit guidance has some investors concerned that there could be more suffering in store for the bottom line.

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🌱🍖💥Beyond Meat (BYND) was raked over the coals this week, plunging as much as 24.3%, pushing the stock to the lowest level since its initial public offering in mid-2019. The catalyst that sent the maker of plant-based meat substitutes cratering was a first-quarter financial report, released last week, that was far worse than investors anticipated.

Beyond Meat reported revenue of $109.5 million, up 1.2% year over year. Things went from bad to worse, as its gross profit margin of 0.2% was far worse than the 30.2% recorded in the prior-year quarter. This resulted in a net loss of $100.5 million, or a loss per share of $1.58. 

To give these numbers context, analysts' consensus estimates were calling for revenue of $112.4 million and a loss per share of $0.97 — so it wasn't even close.

Beyond Meat executives suggested the plummeting gross margin was "sizable though temporary," as the company spent heavily on strategic launches, which it called "cost-intensive."

Investors looking at Beyond Meat's forecast might well have asked, "Where's the beef?" The company is guiding for full-year revenue in a range of $560 million to $620 million, which would represent growth of 27% at the midpoint of its guidance. On a positive note, management maintained its full-year forecast, suggesting the pain might be short-lived. However, the lack of profit guidance has some investors concerned that there could be more suffering in store for the bottom line.

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🚀🔍👀Peter Lynch still gets investors’ attention. The former Fidelity Magellan fund manager revealed on Wednesday that he had taken a 5.2% stake in Imac Holdings Inc. (IMAC), a provider of alternative medical treatments -- and on Thursday the shares surged, up as much as 25% in early trading.

Lynch tries to avoid owning more than 5% of a particular stock and didn’t realize that his $1.2 million stake put him over that threshold, requiring him to disclose it in a filing, he said in an interview Wednesday.

He likes small-cap stocks because “they are less well followed,” Lynch said. At Fidelity, Lynch generated annualized returns of 29% from 1977 to 1990, making him a Wall Street star who later wrote popular books on stock-picking.

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🚀🔍👀Peter Lynch still gets investors’ attention. The former Fidelity Magellan fund manager revealed on Wednesday that he had taken a 5.2% stake in Imac Holdings Inc. (IMAC), a provider of alternative medical treatments — and on Thursday the shares surged, up as much as 25% in early trading.

Lynch tries to avoid owning more than 5% of a particular stock and didn’t realize that his $1.2 million stake put him over that threshold, requiring him to disclose it in a filing, he said in an interview Wednesday.

He likes small-cap stocks because “they are less well followed,” Lynch said. At Fidelity, Lynch generated annualized returns of 29% from 1977 to 1990, making him a Wall Street star who later wrote popular books on stock-picking.

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