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- Weyerhaeuser's (WY) net profit dropped to $43M from $143M a year earlier, with the latest figures hurt by after-tax charges of $114 million for special items.
- Revenue from wood products fell to $926M from $1.03B in Q3, due to "unusually severe weather."
- Weyerhaeuser expects higher earnings from its Timberlands and Wood Products segments in Q1. The company also forecasts higher average selling prices for lumber, seasonally higher sales volumes across most product lines, and improved operating rates.
- However, Weyerhaeuser predicts that its earnings from its Cellulose Fibers segment will fall, with slightly lower pulp sales volumes, increased maintenance costs, and higher fiber and labor costs.
- Weyerhaeuser expects a modest profit from its single family homebuilding operations in the quarter, with closings seen falling seasonally to around 600 homes; however, the company forecasts higher average closing prices. (PR)
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- JPMorgan's Phil Gresh takes a peek into the timber REIT industry, initiating Weyerhaeuser (WY) with a Buy and $37 price target and Rayonier (RYN) with a Sell and $48 price target.
- "We see WY as a unique demand/cost-takeout story in the timber REIT sector. On the demand side, WY should benefit from a steady improvement in domestic housing...and international log markets."
- On RYN: "Our primary concern is that potentially slowing demand, when combined with excess supply in a high-margin business, could lead to a multi-year pricing headwind."
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- Tri Pointe Homes (TPH) is reportedly closing in on a $2.7B deal to merge with Weyerhaeuser's (WY) homebuilding division using a tax-efficient structure called a Reverse Morris Trust.
- Weyerhaeuser will spin off the unit so that it can combine with Tri Pointe Homes, which will retain management control. Weyerhaeuser's shareholders are set to own 80.5% of the new entity and Tri Pointe's shareholders the rest.
Oct. 25, 2013, 7:16 AM
- Weyerhaeuser's (WY) net profit rises to $157M from $117M last year.
- Net sales of $2.2B were up 12.2%.
- Timeberlands Q3 net sales $547M vs $499M in Q2; contribution to earnings $118M vs $114M; anticipates comparable earnings in Q4.
- Wood products Q3 net sales $1.05B vs $1.08B in Q2; contribution to earnings $79M vs $136M; anticipates lower earnings in Q4, "due to seasonally weaker sales volumes and higher log costs."
- Cellulose fibers Q3 net sales $474M vs $476M in Q2; contribution to earnings $47M vs $57M; expects significantly higher earnings in Q4.
- Real estate Q3 net sales $324M vs $267M in Q2; contribution to earnings $33M vs $14M; expects significantly higher earnings from single-family homebuilding in Q4. (Previous) (PR)
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Weyerhaeuser Co is a real estate investment trust. It is a private owner of timberlands. The Company owns or controls nearly seven million acres of timberlands in the U.S., and manages additional timberlands under long-term licenses in Canada.
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