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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailJPMorgan: Need to separate the macroeconomic and equity market conversations when dealing with ChinaJames Sullivan of JPMorgan discusses why investors in China need to focus on bottom-up company research rather than investing in the index as a whole, as well as the challenges facing the Chinese EV space.
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A Russian court sided with state-run lender VTB Bank in its efforts to recoup $439.5 million from JPMorgan Chase that the American lender froze in U.S. accounts after the Ukraine invasion. The court ordered the seizure of funds in JPMorgan's Russian accounts and "movable and immovable property," including the bank's stake in a Russian subsidiary, according to a court order published Wednesday. It also boosted an ongoing American effort to convince European allies to release Russian state assets to assist Ukraine. JPMorgan said Russian courts have enabled similar efforts by Russian lenders against American or European banks at least a half dozen other times. JPMorgan said it faced "certain and irreparable harm" from VTB's efforts.
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Meta reports first-quarter earnings on Tuesday. NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementMeta will report first-quarter earnings on Wednesday after the closing bell. The company has had a strong start to 2024, riding the wave of interest in artificial intelligence.
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download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Read previewMost people are financially healthy, but economic and geopolitical threats could spoil the party, Jamie Dimon warned on Tuesday. People are also benefiting from strong economic growth and near-record employment, but they won't be immune if disaster strikes, Dimon said. "Even if we go into recession, the consumer's in good shape," he said in a clip of the interview posted by Bloomberg. He added that the world order is being "challenged" and could descend into a "little bit of chaos" as it realigns.
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Gold and copper have been on fire, as geopolitical tensions mount, central banks buy up gold, and AI demand for copper grows. Copper, too, has done well, with copper futures hitting their highest level since 2022 last weekend. Stock picks He named Australian gold miner Northern Star and copper miner Southern Copper as stocks he's bullish on right now. He said against that backdrop, he's getting back into some gold mining stocks such as Gold Fields and K92 Mining. It said that copper demand will already "significantly exceed" supply starting this year — and that's not even accounting for demand growth from data centers.
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New York CNN —JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon is worried about the future of the free world. “The geopolitical situation is probably the most complicated and dangerous since World War II,” Dimon said during a talk at the Economic Club of New York on Tuesday. “The world order that formed after WWII, Bretton Woods, WTO [the World Trade Organization], and the UN is kind of being challenged,” he said. This is not the first time Dimon has warned that the world is on the brink of a massive realignment. The country’s national debt is now over $34.5 trillion, or about $103,000 for every American.
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In today's big story, we're looking at Tesla's earnings report and what comes next for the EV maker. The big storyTesla's turnaround planJADE GAO/AFP via Getty Images; Chelsea Jia Feng; BIBad news: Tesla's earnings report was worse than expected. AdvertisementPerhaps that's why Musk spent so much of the earnings call discussing autonomy and the progress made with Tesla's Full Self-Driving software . Musk told analysts on the earnings call that Tesla is the majority of his work . If investors vote against the package at Tesla's annual meeting in June, who knows where Musk — and his AI ambitions — will end up .
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Katie SchoolovThrasio, the top aggregator of Amazon third-party sellers, is losing its CEO and five other senior executives, months after the former highflier filed for bankruptcy. Greg Greeley, Thrasio's CEO, informed staff on Tuesday that he plans to resign, according to an internal memo viewed by CNBC. Thrasio filed for bankruptcy in February and said it had agreed with lenders to restructure some of its debt load. Alongside the C-suite shakeup, Thrasio is also laying off "employees at every level," according to the memo. They're also inquiring about officers and directors involved in over $300 million in company stock sales "that has given rise to allegations of fraud."
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So the question is, are we going to have issues if rates remain higher for longer?" But financial markets, despite a recent 5.5% selloff for the S&P 500, have largely held up amid the higher-rate landscape. Higher rates can be a good signHistory tells differing stories about the consequences of a hawkish Fed, both for markets and the economy. Higher rates are generally a good thing so long as they're associated with growth. Futures market pricing implies a fed funds rate of 4.32% by December 2025, indicating a higher rate trajectory.
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Here are Tuesday's biggest calls on Wall Street: Loop initiates MongoDB as buy Loop sees growth accelerating for the developer data platform company. JPM reiterates General Motors and Ford as overweight JPMorgan said the stocks will benefit from "lower commodities & higher production outside China." JPMorgan upgrades Assai to overweight from neutral JPMorgan said it sees improving trends and better visibility for the Brazilian wholesaler. JPMorgan upgrades Roblox to overweight from neutral JPMorgan said it sees a "compelling entry point" for the stock. JPMorgan downgrades Five Below to neutral from overweight JPMorgan downgraded Five Below due to "ongoing macro pressure."
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Microsoft blocks access to Perplexity AI, a major Azure OpenAI customer, for at least some staff. Perplexity AI uses Microsoft's Azure OpenAI to power its AI chatbot search engine. Microsoft is blocking employee access to Perplexity AI, one of the largest customers of its Azure OpenAI service, according to two people familiar with the matter. Perplexity's product is an AI chatbot search engine that provides conversational answers. It's powered by Microsoft's Azure OpenAI service, which helps companies like Walmart and JPMorgan Chase build generative AI into their operations and products.
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A solar energy company and a video game maker were highlighted by analysts Tuesday. Meanwhile, JPMorgan upgraded Roblox to overweight from neutral, and its new price target implies upside of more than 35%. — Pia Singh 5:43 a.m.: KeyBanc downgrades beaten-down solar stock Sunnova Energy Heading into first-quarter earnings, KeyBanc Capital Markets is cautious on residential solar names, particularly Sunnova Energy . Analyst Sophie Karp downgraded the Texas-based residential and commercial solar energy company to sector weight from overweight and removed her price target on the stock. It also raised its price target to $48 from $41, implying a 37% rally over the next 12 months.
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JPMorgan thinks Assaí Atacadista, one of the largest retailers in Brazil, is a strong investment play as the company begins to reflect better operating trends. Analyst Joseph Giordano upgraded Assaí, a Brazilian self-service wholesale company with almost 300 stores that trades on the New York Stock Exchange, to overweight from neutral. JPMorgan also raised its price target by $2.50 to $17.50, implying upside of almost 30% over the next year. "We revisit our views on the Brazilian cash & carry space ahead of 1Q24 results," Giordano wrote in a note Tuesday. A more flexible balance sheet would enable Assaí to take advantage of the fact that major competitors are not opening new stores, he said.
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Meta Platforms will report its first-quarter earnings on Wednesday after the closing bell. Wall Street is optimistic about the social media firm's result, citing optimism around AI and ad spending. Here's what Wall Street expects from Meta's first-quarter earnings after the closing bell on Wednesday:Wells Fargo: In need of a new catalystWells Fargo has projected ad-led strength in the first-quarter, with Meta benefiting from a robust e-commerce environment. The bank highlighted the fact that Instagram Reels has reached revenue neutrality, and should remain a key revenue growth tailwind over the coming years. JPMorgan rates Meta at "Overweight" with a $535 price target.
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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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Don't be fooled by Monday's bounce, JPMorgan's Marko Kolanovic warned. The S & P 500 entered the week down more than 5% from an all-time high reached earlier in the year. A correction is generally defined as a 10% drop from a 52-week high. "Market concentration has been very high, and positioning extended, which are typically red flags, at risk of a reversal." "The combination of these macro factors increases the downside risks, and suggests that more Defensive trading should be appropriate," he added.
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General Motors — Shares rose more than 4% after the automaker exceeded analysts' expectations for its first-quarter results . General Motors posted adjusted earnings of $2.62 per share on revenue of $43.01 billion. Danaher — The life sciences firm popped more than 7% after beating analysts' expectations for its first-quarter results. Spotify — The streaming music company surged 16% after easily topping earnings expectations . KeyBanc Capital Markets downgraded Sunnova Energy to sector weight from overweight, citing caution on residential solar names particularly ahead of first-quarter earnings.
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The recent stock slump was just the start of a correction, according to JPMorgan. Investors are too complacent with some risks, and inflation and geopolitics could hurt the market. AdvertisementHe pointed out that investors scrambled to dial down risk amid rising inflation fears and worsening geopolitical risks, which added to the slump in recent weeks. The hotter-than-expected CPI print of 3.5% year-over-year in March signals that recent inflation surprises in the US aren't just noise. AdvertisementSince January, the two-year Treasury yield has surged from 4.2% to 4.9%, matching levels seen last August.
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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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Li Auto , Tesla — The electric vehicle makers tumbled more then 7% and 3%, respectively, following announcements of price cuts. Tesla chopped down the sticker price of its Model 3 in China, on top of decreases in other markets Reuters reported . Verizon — The telecommunications giant traded 1.5% higher as earnings per share came in ahead of expectations. Block — Shares added 0.7% after Bank of America reiterated its buy rating on the financial services stock. Hut 8 — Shares gained 2.6% after Benchmark initiated coverage of the data center operator with a buy rating, citing Hut 8's diversified business model and its sizeable bitcoin holdings.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailWatch CNBC’s full interview with JPMorgan's Gabriela Santos, NewEdge's Cameron Dawson and Wealth Enhancement's Ayako YoshiokaJPMorgan's Gabriela Santos, NewEdge's Cameron Dawson and Wealth Enhancement's Ayako Yoshioka, join 'Closing Bell' to discuss markets, the Fed and rates.
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Tesla , Li Auto — Tesla shares declined nearly 4%, hitting a 52-week low, following announcements of price cuts. Verizon reported $33 billion in revenue, slightly under the $33.32 billion figure penciled in by analysts, per FactSet. Informatica — The enterprise data management company tumbled nearly 9% after acquisition talks with Salesforce broke down. Salesforce shares inched higher by less than 1%. Riot Platforms — The bitcoin miner rallied 14% following the " halving" event , in which bitcoin mining rewards were cut in half.
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"From our experience, the brokered CD market is more competitive," said Richard Carter, vice president of fixed income products and services at Fidelity. Like traditional CDs, brokered CDs are offered in different maturities. For instance, JPMorgan's one-year CD, with its 5.4% yield, can be called as early as Oct. 30, according to Fidelity's website. With a brokered CD, you'll have to sell it on the secondary market — and you may lose some of your principal. Depending on your time frame, you may consider a one-year ladder with CD maturities three months apart, a two-year ladder with CD maturities six months apart, or a five-year ladder, with maturities one year apart, he said.
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AdvertisementThe majority of so-called "peak boomers" have $250,000 or less in assets , according to a recent report, write Juliana Kaplan and Ayelet Sheffey. If you're a bit surprised by the dire economic situation of peak boomers, I wouldn't blame you. Older boomers had the benefit of employer-subsidized retirement plans before a shift in the workforce left younger boomers to fend for themselves. Alistair Berg/Getty ImagesPeak boomers' retirement struggles might end up being a wake-up call for younger generations. There will be plenty of lessons learned from peak boomers entering retirement without the safety net of a pension.
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Tesla : Shares fell more than 4% after the electric vehicle maker issued another round of price cuts in major markets including the U.S., Germany and China. I think you have to wait to see what they say rather than make a judgement," Jim Cramer said. Cisco Systems : JPMorgan analysts resumed coverage of Cisco Systems with a neutral rating and $53 price target, citing a muted medium-term earnings growth outlook. Verizon : Shares fell nearly 3% after the telecommunications giant delivered an earnings beat and lost fewer-than-expected wireless subscribers in the three months ended March 31. Papa John's : Shares rose about 1.5% after analysts at Stifel upgraded the pizza chain to hold from sell, contending expectations are reasonable.
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