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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailDeutsche Bank investment banking unit 'standout' in first quarter, CFO saysJames Von Moltke, chief financial officer at Deutsche Bank, comments on the German lender's first-quarter results.
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Deutsche Bank on Thursday reported a 10% rise in first-quarter profit, beating expectations amid an ongoing recovery in its investment banking unit. Net profit attributable to shareholders was 1.275 billion euros ($1.365 billion) for the period, ahead of an aggregate analyst forecast of 1.23 billion euros for the period, according to LSEG data. Deutsche Bank said this was its highest first-quarter profit since 2013. Revenues at its investment bank increased 13% to 3 billion euros, following a 9% slump through full-year 2023 which had dragged down overall profit. Germany's biggest lender reported net profit of 1.3 billion euros in the prior quarter and of 1.16 billion euros in the first quarter last year.
Persons: James von Moltke, CNBC's Annette Weisbach Organizations: Deutsche Bank, Deutsche Bank's, Private Bank, Asset Management
As the equity market's profitability nears its all-time highs, Goldman Sachs recently shared some stocks that could see big growth over the next 12 months. In 2024, Kostin expects margin expansion will continue to support ROE growth. In the same report, Goldman Sachs shared its rebalanced ROE growth basket of stocks, which contains 50 names selected for their expected profit growth over the next 12 months. Rising growth fears, solar compensation cutbacks and rising interest rates sank solar stocks last year, but they've since made a comeback. Consensus estimates for the financials sector reveal that most analysts expect ROE growth to remain flat in the same time period.
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Bernstein reiterates Tesla as underperform Bernstein said it still sees minimal positive catalysts ahead for Tesla following earnings on Tuesday. Bank of America upgrades Tesla to buy from neutral Bank of America said it sees a slew of "positive catalysts" ahead for Tesla shares following earnings on Tuesday. Citi downgrades Molson Coors to sell from neutral Citi said it's concerned about slowing growth. Citi upgrades SiriusXM to neutral from sell Citi said the risk/reward is now more balanced. Citi reiterates Amazon as buy Citi raised its price target on the stock to $235 per share from $215.
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Big technology earnings this week could offer a much-needed catalyst for a market under pressure. Last week, the S & P 500 and Nasdaq Composite notched their longest daily losing streaks since October 2022, with the broad index posting its worst week since March 2022. Big Tech's performance this week could set the tone for the rest of earnings season and revive the market momentum. Tesla Tesla launches the reporting period for the "Magnificent Seven" stocks, with results due out after the bell Tuesday. Meta Platforms Meta Platforms ' results are due out after the bell Wednesday.
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Six stocks in the S & P 500 tend to rise when Tesla shares fall, according to an analysis of recent data by CNBC Pro . The share price performance of these S & P 500 stocks was inversely correlated to Tesla's last month. A correlation of 0 would indicate no statistical link between the EV automaker's stock and the share price of the six companies. The table below highlights the ten stocks in the S & P 500 that had the strongest inverse correlation with Tesla's share price last week (between Apr. 20): Consumer products maker Church & Dwight is the only stock that was inversely correlated to Tesla both in March and last week.
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Tesla is due to report earnings after the bell Tuesday, with Wall Street looking for any sign of a reprieve from this year's struggles. Here's the company's setup heading into the report, what analysts expect and which product updates analysts and investors are going to focus on. Big earnings drop expected For the first quarter, analysts polled by LSEG expect Tesla to report earnings of 51 cents per share, which represents a 39.8% year-over-year decline in earnings. Wells Fargo's Colin Langan maintained his underweight rating and cut his price target to $120 a share, citing poor fundamentals. Deutsche Bank's Emmanuel Rosner downgraded the stock to hold from buy and slashed his price target to $123 a share.
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Morgan Stanley reiterates Apple as overweight Morgan Stanley lowered its price target on the stock to $210 per share from $220 but says it's sticking with Apple. Bank of America reiterates Amazon as buy Bank of America said it's bullish heading into Amazon earnings next week. Bank of America reiterates Tesla as neutral Bank of America said it's sticking with its neutral rating on Tesla shares. Morgan Stanley upgrades Alcoa to equal weight from underweight Morgan Stanley said it sees a more balanced risk/reward for shares of Alcoa. Bank of America reiterates Apple as buy Bank of America says Apple is a top pick at the firm.
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META mountain 2022-11-03 Meta's stock performance since Nov. 3, 2022, which marked its lowest close during its dramatic sell-off that year. In a recent Wedbush consumer survey, 60% of TikTok users who responded said either Facebook or Instagram were their top alternatives if TikTok were to be banned. That was followed by 19% of TikTok users who said they would go to YouTube. Meanwhile, Deutsche Bank said Meta's stock could see more upside in light of a potential TikTok ban. After initially being a drag on revenue, Meta has said Reels is now a positive contributor across its apps.
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Tesla is set to report earnings after the bell. What history shows: Bespoke data shows Tesla beats earnings estimates 63% of the time. What history shows: Boeing shares have risen in four of the past five earnings days, Bespoke data shows. Meta Platforms is set to report earnings after the closing bell. What history shows: Microsoft earnings have beaten earnings estimates in six straight quarters, Bespoke data shows.
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watch nowHELL'S GATE, Kenya — Two-and-a-half hours northwest of Nairobi by car, a small group of bitcoin miners set up shop at the site of an extinct volcano near Hell's Gate National Park. "That doesn't happen without the bitcoin miners and us being globally distributed." MacKenzie SigalosWherever the operation, bitcoin mining is a volatile business, because so much of the economics depends on the price of the cryptocurrency. Before getting into bitcoin mining, he and his two co-founders, Philip Walton and Janet Maingi, spent years building internet connectivity infrastructure in rural and urban Africa. Demand from bitcoin miners on these semi-stranded assets is making renewables in Africa economically viable.
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Dado Ruvic | ReutersThe Bitcoin network on Friday night slashed the incentives rewarded to miners in half for the fourth time in its history. JPMorgan said it expects to see some downside in bitcoin post-halving and Deutsche Bank said it "does not expect prices to increase significantly." However, the impact may be bigger months from now, even if bitcoin continues its trend of diminishing returns from its halving day to its cycle top. "This process, known as mining, rewards miners with newly minted bitcoins. But with each halving, the reward to mining is decreased to maintain scarcity and control the cryptocurrency's inflation rate over time."
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watch nowThe Bitcoin network on Friday evening completed its fourth "halving," reducing the rewards earned by miners to 3.125 bitcoins from 6.25. After the 2012, 2016 and 2020 halvings, the bitcoin price ran up about 93x, 30x and 8x, respectively, from its halving day price to its cycle top. Hash rates are a measure of the computational power used to process transactions on the bitcoin network. "The market so far has seen bitcoin mining stocks as mere BTC proxies, in absence of bitcoin ETFs," said Bernstein analyst Gautam Chhugani. "[The] Bitcoin halving is already partially priced in by the market and we do not expect prices to increase significantly following the halving event," the firm's Marion Laboure said in a note Thursday, adding that it "has been widely anticipated in advance due to the nature of the Bitcoin algorithm."
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The Big Tech earnings next week could revive a flagging market, or at least give investors direction into where stocks are going from here. Wall Street is hoping next week's megacap tech results will give investors insight into where the artificial intelligence trade is going from here, as a bounce in tech could lift the indexes. They're also hoping a slew consumer commentary will give investors insight into the state of the economy. However, he said any pullback in the tech names could give investors an opening to start "nibbling away" at additional exposure. Personal Income 10 a.m. Michigan Sentiment NSA final Earnings: T. Rowe Price Group , Colgate-Palmolive , Exxon Mobil , Chevron , AbbVie , Phillips 66
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Deutsche Bank analyst Emmanuel Rosner is defending his decision to downgrade Tesla as the company potentially shifts away from building its low-cost vehicle — noting major changes to the stock's investment case. "Earnings are under pressure, free cash flow is under pressure," he told CNBC's " Squawk on the Street " on Thursday. The stock fell 3% on the back of the downgrade, contributing to its 39% year-to-date loss. Rosner viewed the Model 2 as a potential solution to Tesla's aging lineup, recent price cuts and "structural" issues that have been riddling the company as of late. "We believe that this creates much, much downside to earnings and free cash flow estimates for the foreseeable future," he said.
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JetBlue Airways — Shares jumped 4.1% after JPMorgan upgraded the airline to neutral from underperform, saying it likes its turnaround potential. Barnes Group — The global industrial tech and aerospace stock jumped 9.3% after DA Davidson upgraded the company to buy from neutral, saying shares are attractive. Blackstone — The asset manager slipped 2.3% after lowering its dividend to 83 cents per share from 94 cents per share. Horton exceeded expectations in its fiscal second quarter, posting earnings of $3.52 per share on revenue of $9.11 billion. Elevance Health — Shares jumped 3.2% after the health insurance company posted an earnings beat and raised its full-year guidance.
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The tough times will continue for Tesla as the company potentially pivots from building a low-cost entry vehicle in favor of self-driving technology, according to a longtime bullish analyst at Deutsche Bank. On the same day, Musk said Tesla would unveil a robotaxi design on Aug. 8 . CNBC reported on Monday that Musk told employees Tesla would be cutting more than 10% of its global workforce . "We worry there is considerable execution risk to the development of Robotaxi technology and that a fleet deployment could be years away." TSLA YTD mountain TSLA year to date Tesla is the second-worst performer in the S & P 500 this year.
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Wall Street anticipates a largely rosy setup for the stock, with many forecasting that the company beats, or reports in line with expectations. The anticipation contributed to some Wall Street firms lifting their price targets heading into the print. Under the paid sharing plan , Netflix account owners can buy an extra member slot and invite people outside their household to use the service. "After 1Q24, Netflix begins to lap the paid sharing benefits - most significantly in 2H24," wrote Morgan Stanley's Swinburne. Reason for caution Despite Netflix's strong run this year and the benefits reaped through paid sharing, some Wall Street analysts see reasons for caution.
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Analyst Laura Champine also lowered her price target to $80 from $85, implying a 6% increase for the stock. "New York City office is one of the few REIT subsectors seeing improved demand," the analyst wrote. The bank double-upgraded the e-commerce platform to overweight from underweight and hiked its price target to $62 from $35. Feather added that eBay stock is currently trading at a discount versus peers, with Etsy trading around 35% higher. "JetBlue's DNA aligns with our broader preference for loyalty, premium, and international exposure ... albeit with less vigor than the Big 3," the analyst wrote.
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Shortly after the opening bell, we will be buying 50 shares of Estee Lauder at roughly $139. Following the trade, Jim Cramer's Charitable Trust will own 475 shares of EL, increasing its weighting to 2.1% from 1.9%. We're making a small buy in Estee Lauder and upgrading our rating to a 1. That's why we took notice Thursday when analysts at Deutsche Bank made a bullish call on Estee Lauder. As a reminder, Estee Lauder expects this plan will increase operating profit by $1.1 billion to $1.4 billion.
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Gold futures settled at a record high above $2,400 an ounce this week. The precious metal is coming off its third straight week of gains. Gold is often used as an inflation hedge because of its limited supply. @GC.1 YTD mountain Gold Professional speculators' net-long positions in gold futures and options hovered near the highest level since 2020 as of April 9, according to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission's latest data. The hedge fund star revealed that not only did he own the popular SPDR Gold Trust fund (GLD), but he also bought physical bars.
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Meta gains : Shares of Meta Platforms rose 2% in the session. He navigated the downturn in U.S. department stores," Jim Cramer said Thursday. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade. THE ABOVE INVESTING CLUB INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND PRIVACY POLICY , TOGETHER WITH OUR DISCLAIMER . NO FIDUCIARY OBLIGATION OR DUTY EXISTS, OR IS CREATED, BY VIRTUE OF YOUR RECEIPT OF ANY INFORMATION PROVIDED IN CONNECTION WITH THE INVESTING CLUB.
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Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing — U.S.-traded shares of the Taiwanese chipmaker fell 2.4% despite beating revenue and profit expectations in the first quarter. Blackstone — The asset manager slipped 2.2% after lowering its dividend to 83 cents per share from 94 cents per share. EBay — Shares of the e-commerce stock rose nearly 4% following a double upgrade at Morgan Stanley to overweight from underweight. Etsy — The e-commerce stock slumped nearly 5% following a downgrade by Morgan Stanley to underweight from equal weight. Match Group — Shares slipped nearly 2% after Morgan Stanley downgraded shares to equal weight from overweight.
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"We are initiating coverage of Samsara (IOT) with a Buy rating and $42 price target." Deutsche Bank adds a catalyst call buy on Estee Lauder Deutsche added a short-term buy rating on shares of the beauty giant. Bernstein reiterates Apple as market perform Bernstein said it's getting more "constructive" on Apple shares but is sticking with its market perform rating for now. "We are initiating coverage of AES with a Buy rating and $21PT. "We are initiating coverage on shares of Beacon Roofing Supply (BECN), a leading roofing products distributor in the United States, with a Buy rating and $135 PT."
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So the Fed can keep interest rates higher for longer to cool price rises — although the central bank also has room to cut should the labor market "unexpectedly weaken," Powell added. Related storyHigher interest rates make borrowing more expensive for anything from mortgages to credit cards — it encourages people to save rather than spend, which in theory, helps bring down prices. AdvertisementConversely, lower interest rates encourage borrowing and spending — thus driving the economy when growth slows, such as during the COVID-19 pandemic when the Fed cut rates massively and pumped money into the system. But Reid thinks the excess money could be drained from the economy later this year, when money supply in the economy normalizes. AdvertisementDemand, supply chain snarls, and fiscal stimulus also contribute to inflationTo be sure, money supply isn't the only thing that contributes to inflation.
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