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- Monster Worldwide (NYSE:MWW) reports it saw strong bookings during Q4 in North America from Enterprise and Staffing accounts.
- International revenue fell off 9% during the quarter.
- Adjusted EBITDA margin of 14%, led by Careers-North America at 24% margin rate.
- Mobile traffic +27% Y/Y.
- Guidance: The company sees EBITDA margin of 30% to 35% by Q2 of 2016.
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- As was the case yesterday, many tech stocks are posting outsized losses amid a market selloff. The Nasdaq is currently down 1.1%.
- Twitter (TWTR -5.7%) is among the guilty parties. The microblogging platform has given back a large chunk of the gains it saw last week following Carl Icahn rumors (since denied by Icahn) and Yahoo deal speculation. Its Q4 report arrives on Feb. 5.
- Many other Internet companies are also off sharply. The list includes jobs site Monster (MWW -6.4%), local services marketplace Angie's List (ANGI -5.9%), online textbook rental leader Chegg (CHGG -5.7%), grocery coupon site Coupons.com (COUP -7.1%), flash deals provider Zulily (ZU -4.7%), and Chinese online real estate plays SouFun (SFUN -8.1%), E-House (EJ -6.3%), and Leju (LEJU -5.6%). Previously covered: Zillow and Trulia.
- Other tech names posting major declines: M2M hardware provider Sierra Wireless (SWIR -6.2%), ultracapacitor maker Maxwell (MXWL -5.2%), RFID tech provider SuperCom (SPCB -7.1%), VoIP service provider magicJack (CALL -6.1%), NFC reader maker On Track (OTIV -7.1%), haptic tech developer Immersion (IMMR -5.3%), and security tech plays Barracuda (CUDA -6.4%), Vasco (VDSI -7.3%), and Imperva (IMPV -7.8%).
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- Staffing stocks are on watch after the ADP jobs report tops estimates.
- The sector has been increasingly volatile on job data release dates.
- Though a pickup in business activity is viewed as positive for the sector, the high level of competition has dimmed the outlook on some names in the group.
- On watch: KFRC, MAN, RHI, ASGN, DHX, KELYA, MWW, BBSI, AHS, TBI, KFY, HSON.
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- Monster (NYSE:MWW) plans to sell $125M worth of convertible senior notes due 2019. Initial purchasers are expected to have an $18.75M overallotment option.
- The jobs site plans to use the proceeds to repay a term loan, as well as a portion of its revolving debt. It had $108.1M in cash/investments at the end of June, and $201.6M in debt.
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- In addition to missing Q2 estimates, Monster (NYSE:MWW) is guiding for Q3 EPS of $0.00-$0.04, below a $0.10 consensus.
- Shares losses to LinkedIn (saw 49% Q2 Talent Solutions growth) continue taking a toll: North American careers revenue rose 1% Y/Y to $110.3M, international careers fell 5% to $68.3M, and online ads/fees fell 13% to $15.9M.
- Op. margin fell to 7.1% from 11%, and $12M was spent on buybacks. Monster says it has "realigned" its North American and European salesforces to "support our new product strategy and ensure the breadth and depth of our new product offerings will be fully utilized by our global customers."
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