Financial Review on Services Stocks Monster Worldwide Inc. and Focus Media Holding - Advertising Agencies Wobble in Q3
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NEW DELHI, INDIA, Nov 08 (Marketwire) -- The advertising agencies industry, within which companies such as Monster Worldwide Inc. and Focus Media operate, turned in another mixed quarter recently, as the macroeconomic climate continued to pose challenges. Monster Worldwide Inc. financial analysis available by signing up for free at http://www.street-wire.com/MWW08112012.pdf www.Street-Wire.com has brought together some of the best financial and technical minds from around the biggest economies globally so that you can have an array of free stock research and reporting. As the global economy continues to experience colossal strain, our researchers give you insight of how big players in different key sectors and industries of the American exchanges are faring. Sign up now at http://www.street-wire.com/register.php 3rd quarter earnings were lackluster for several industry players, as revenues and earnings fell in year-over-year comparisons or gained marginally. Shrinking operating margins worked against some companies, as higher expenses ate into earnings. The uneven economic recovery in the U.S. is also hurting the industry, as businesses continue to wait for a full scale recovery before committing to large-scale advertising campaigns. That being said, some companies have been seeing some improvements on the domestic front. Access reports on Monster Worldwide Inc. (NYSE: MWW) and Focus Media Holding Ltd. (NASDAQ: FMCN) at http://www.street-wire.com/register.php For companies with operations overseas, there have also been some hurdles. The Eurozone recovery continues to flounder, and the economies in China and Brazil could also be a concern moving forward. Currency fluctuations have also had a negative effect on select company earnings, and could continue to do so moving forward. With the Chinese economy showing some signs of weakness, it will be interesting to see how Focus Media which owns thousands of LCD displays in 90 cities will be faring. Our financial analysis on Focus Media can be accessed at http://www.street-wire.com/FMCN08112012.pdf About Street-Wire: Street-Wire aims to satisfy our new members with timely knowledge and to provide veteran traders with innovative and cognitive content when it comes to investing. We believe learning is a two-way channel, and we learn from our members as much as we provide them with what they need to make sense of the markets. We strive to introduce investors to new analytical viewpoint before the market becomes aware of them. Read our Disclaimer http://www.street-wire.com/disclaimer.html Contact Person: Anthony K. Merchant Communications Executive firstname.lastname@example.org Copyright 2012, Marketwire, All rights reserved. -0-
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