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Oppenheimer raised its price target on Nvidia after the company completed a 10-for-1 stock split. 7:07 a.m.: Baird increases First Solar price target Baird thinks First Solar has more room for growth after soaring 46% in the past month. His buy rating and $238 per share price target implies more than 23% upside ahead. — Brian Evans 5:41 a.m.: Oppenheimer raises Nvidia price target after stock split Nvidia's momentum will continue, according to Oppenheimer. — Brian Evans 5:41 a.m.: JPMorgan says buy Shopify Shopify is the "online sale you don't want to miss," according to JPMorgan.
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Read previewTesla is setting the stage for a battle between some vocal institutional investors and some of Elon Musk's biggest supporters. The executive pay plan, which was first approved in 2018, is centered on a series of goalposts around Tesla's financial growth. AdvertisementMeanwhile, Tesla has argued that the pay package is both fair and necessary to maintain Musk's focus on the car company. AdvertisementThe Tesla CEO has also promoted the proposal and criticized institutional investors who have spoken out against the pay plan. Ahead of the June 13 shareholder meeting, shareholders will be asked to vote on several other proposals in addition to Musk's pay package.
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6:41 a.m.: Morgan Stanley raises Carvana price target Morgan Stanley likes what it sees from Carvana after its "operational turnaround." The bank reiterated an underweight rating on the used car retailer but raised its price target to $75 per share from $45. "Throughout 2023, CVNA transitioned from a distressed equity into an operational turnaround with a restructured interest burden," Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas said. The firm downgraded the HVAC stock to neutral from buy and lowered its price target to $68 per share from $74. MU YTD mountain MU year to date — Brian Evans 5:45 a.m.: Morgan Stanley upgrades U.S. Steel There's a big buying opportunity in U.S. Steel after a recent pullback this year, according to Morgan Stanley.
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China was once a profit engine for GM, and its top sales market from 2010 to 2023. GM revealed several vehicles last week in China, including plug-in hybrid versions of its Buick GL8 minivan, a best-seller in China, and the Chevrolet Equinox crossover. "We think clearly that market has shifted and the landscape has shifted … with the capability of the Chinese [automakers]," Barra said. But it has had to aggressively cut prices to compete against Chinese automakers such ay BYD, Nio and others. Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares earlier this year called Chinese automakers his company's "No.
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"Elon Musk's visit to China means far more than seeking approval for self driving tech on Chinese roads. Jonas reiterated an overweight rating on Tesla stock, alongside a $310 per share price target, implying more than 82% upside from Friday's $169.29 close. Tesla jumped as much as 14.4% on Monday following news of Musk's visit to China and meeting with Chinese Premier Li Qiang , as investors interpreted it as a sign of Musk's commitment to Tesla. To be sure, Musk's visit to China doesn't mean a breakthrough for FSD technology will come sooner. Tesla stock has faced increased pressure in 2024 on several fronts, and has still slumped 22% even after Monday's rally.
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Microsoft and a major chemical stock were among Friday's biggest analyst calls. He also lowered his price target by $1 to $25, which implies shares can fall roughly 19% from Thursday's close. Sandler increased his price target by $27 to $200, which implies 26.6% potential upside. JPMorgan: Analyst Mark Murphy added $30 to his price target, which is now at $470. He also hiked his price target to $61 from $55, which implies upside of 8% going forward.
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Ford Motor on Wednesday evening delivered higher than expected profits in the first quarter, driven by strength in its commercial business. Quarterly commentary Ford Blue , which represents Ford's gas-powered and hybrid vehicles, saw volumes and revenues down 11% and 13%, respectively. The lower volumes shouldn't be much of a surprise given Ford's pivot toward making more in-demand hybrids and ICE vehicles. Ford raised its adjusted free cash flow outlook for the year by $500 million to between $6.5 billion and $7.5 billion. Lowered capex with higher profits is what we want to see because greater capital efficiency should translate to a higher multiple.
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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.
Persons: Tesla, Tom Narayan, Itay Michaeli, Wells Fargo's Colin Langan, Deutsche Bank's Emmanuel Rosner, Rosner, Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas, Jonas, Elon Musk, Musk, America's John Murphy, Murphy, Deutsche Bank's Rosner, Levy Organizations: Management, RBC, LSEG, Citi, Deutsche, EV, Reuters, America's, Barclays, Tesla
Elon Musk might need to start sleeping at Tesla again as tough times mount, according to top bull Adam Jonas of Morgan Stanley. The firm may slowly be exiting the EV industry, given rising Chinese competition and dimming outlooks, he said. "Looking ahead to Tesla's 1Q results ... investors are starting to ask: 'Is it time to sleep on the floor again?'" Though other analysts have touted full self-driving technology as a stock price headwind, Jonas sees commercialization at scale of these developments as far out. AdvertisementMarket challenges have already tanked Tesla's stock over 41% year-to-date.
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Tesla is stuck in the mud
  + stars: | 2024-04-17 | by ( Graham Rapier | ) www.businessinsider.com   time to read: +5 min
In all, Tesla said it would cut more than 10% of its workforce, amounting to more than 14,000 people. Tesla is also losing some key top executives: Drew Baglino and Rogan Patel announced this week they would leave the company. AdvertisementIt's unclear what, exactly, Tesla plans to show off in August as a self-driving, revenue-generating new product. He also reportedly said Tesla robotaxis would be able to do 100 hours of work a week for their owners. According to Reuters, Tesla has ended plans for another one of Musk's longtime pet projects: a truly affordable EV.
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General Motors is buying back a ton of stock; Ford, so far, not so much. Before the buyback disclosure late this year, Ford had been down 10%, which was less than GM's 14% decline. In 2023, Ford spent $5.33 billion on dividends and stock repurchases, with only 6.3% of that total on buybacks. In guidance alongside Q4 numbers, Ford said it expects warranty costs for full-year 2024 to be flat year over year. Jim waits 45 minutes after sending a trade alert before buying or selling a stock in his charitable trust's portfolio.
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Morgan Stanley raised its price target on Ford after the company reassessed its electric vehicle strategy. That "paints path to ~$230-$290 stock price as we argue AMZN could warrant an even higher multiple in this scenario," he added. — Michelle Fox 7:38 a.m.: Evercore hikes Disney price target, points out near-term catalysts Walt Disney has a bright near-term outlook, according to Evercore ISI. In addition to cutting his price target, Harned also pulled down his outlook for free cash flow and deliveries. — Alex Harring 5:48 a.m.: KeyBanc raises Nvidia price target There's no slowing down Nvidia , according to KeyBanc.
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Just as the auto industry was grappling with BYD 's rapid rise, Chinese smartphone company Xiaomi has burst into the market — undercutting Tesla and vowing to become a global player. Meanwhile, Tesla last week revealed that its deliveries fell in the first quarter from a year ago . While he still likes Tesla longer-term , he and his team will hold a client webinar on Xiaomi, Tesla and global EVs on Tuesday. Xiaomi shares nearly reached that price during last week's surge. Meanwhile, Tesla shares are down 34% year to date.
Persons: BYD, Tesla, Lei Jun, Xiaomi, Morgan Stanley, Adam Jonas, Jonas, Morgan, Andy Meng, Meng, Taylor Ogan, Lei, Ogan, BEV, Nick Lai, Gokul Hariharan, Janet Yellen, overcapacity Organizations: Apple, Hong, Snow Bull, EV, JPMorgan, Treasury Locations: Hong Kong, China, Shenzhen, U.S
Disappointing investors Tesla's inability to meet estimates and boost demand for its models has spurrred the newfound skepticism. The comments from Wood came one day after her firm purchased nearly $40 million worth of Tesla shares. A lack of investor understanding of the value of these alternative businesses and their future contribution to Tesla profits is plaguing Tesla shares, according to Corestone Capital's Will McDonough. TSLA 1Y mountain Tesla shares over the last year "Valuing Tesla as a car company is akin to valuing Amazon as a book sale company," the investor said. "There are definitely concerns in the marketplace around demand" for Tesla vehicles, said Robert W. Baird senior research analyst Ben Kallo.
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Good news is good news: The stock market correctly viewed the good jobs data as good news — no matter what it means for the timing of the first interest rate cut from the Federal Reserve. Those concerns were the catalyst that caused oil to spike late Thursday and the stock market to spiral. Costco and TJX should be holding up better because they both are market share gainers that offer great value to their customers. 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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"We do not believe Tesla will get credit as an AI company as long as core auto earnings are being revised down," wrote widely-followed Tesla bull Adam Jonas. The $100 bear case suggests that Tesla could fall more than 40% from Wednesday's close. These issues could hamstring Tesla near term, but Jonas expects deliveries to find a bottom in the second quarter. In fact, he views Tesla as a combination of an auto, energy, AI and robotics stock, noting that its auto business represents only 20% of Morgan Stanley's $310 price target valuation. The $310 price target, down from a previous $320, suggests that Tesla stands to gain 84% from Wednesday's close over the next 12 months.
Persons: Tesla, Morgan Stanley, Adam Jonas, Jonas, Morgan Stanley's Organizations: Tesla Network Locations: Wednesday's, China
Other analysts saw upside for Coinbase and DoorDash along with Meta Platforms, as the social network builds advertising market share. The firm initiated coverage of DoorDash stock with a buy rating and a $165 per share price target. The analyst reiterated his overweight rating on Tesla stock but lowered his price target slightly to $310 per share from $320. The firm reiterated a buy rating on Meta stock and raised its price target to $585 per share from $550 on Thursday. Meta stock has surged more than 43% in 2024.
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The EV maker got a price target cut from Citi, citing concern round the company's upcoming delivery numbers. Jonas has an overweight rating and $320 price target on shares, which suggests more than 85% upside potential for the shares. — Hakyung Kim 5:31 a.m.: Citi cuts Tesla price target Citi thinks there's not much upside potential for Tesla ahead of the release of its Q1 production and delivery numbers. As a result, the firm lowered its price target on shares to $196 from $224. He did, however, raise his price target to $62 from $56, with the new forecast calling for 9% upside.
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President Joe Biden speaks at the United Auto Workers political convention at the Marriott Marquis in Washington, D.C., Jan. 24, 2024. The new Environmental Protection Agency rules released Wednesday aim to cut tailpipe emissions by 49% between model years 2027 and 2032. The EPA set a target for EVs to make up at least 35% of new vehicle sales by 2032. The EPA's new strategy for cutting tailpipe emissions doesn't focus only on EVs. The EPA's percentage targets for EV adoption are not mandates but expectations for how automakers could meet the emissions regulations.
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BofA also raises red-hot server maker Super Micro Computer price target to $1,280 from $1,040. The Club stock took off in mid-February after the previous secondary. 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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Andrew Merry | Moment | Getty ImagesDETROIT — The buzz around electric vehicles is wearing off. U.S. EV sales were a record 1.2 million units last year, representing 7.6% of the overall national market, Cox Automotive estimates. "Moving on to less tech-savvy buyers will slow the EV market share growth over the next few years." Automakers wanted to emulate Tesla's success, with some promising to exclusively offer EVs in the not-too-distant future. "Toyota is almost completely absent from the [battery electric vehicle] market yet will gain more U.S. market share than any other car company this year.
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Morgan Stanley has a stock in mind for investors looking to profit as the electric vehicle industry attempts to overcome some hurdles: Phinia . PHIN 1D mountain Phinia shares rise after Morgan Stanley initiates coverage Shares rose 4% on Monday. "With approximately 100% FCF conversion and an 8 to 9% combined cash return yield, PHIN is our preferred risk/reward amongst US suppliers." Underpinning the firm's "ICE is Nice" thesis is the expectation for a slower-than-expected adoption of battery electric vehicles, as the industry grapples with a slew of "underappreciated" geopolitical, environmental and economic hurdles, Jonas wrote. "A stable top-line, above-peer margins, minimal leverage… this is a free cash flow story, augmented by cash return," he wrote.
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Tesla could lose money in the coming quarters as price cuts fail to boost demand for its electric vehicles in the face of strong competition from hybrid cars, according to Morgan Stanley. Analyst Adam Jonas trimmed the investment bank's stock price target for Tesla by 7% to $320 from $345 while maintaining an overweight rating. This is a problem because hybrid vehicles are enjoying a renaissance in the U.S. and emerging as a real competitor to electric vehicles, Jonas wrote. Jonas remains bullish on Tesla long-term because the company is the most technically advanced car company in the world. Morgan Stanley's valuation of Tesla's auto business, at $68 per share, represents just 21% of the investment bank's overall price target of $320.
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Morgan Stanley cut its price target on Tesla after trimming its profitability forecasts. The analyst has a price target of $500, which implies upside of more than 20% over the next 12 months. — Hakyung Kim 6:51 a.m.: JPMorgan raises CrowdStrike price target after earnings beat CrowdStrike is managing to grow quickly while delivering strong results, says JPMorgan. The bank upgraded the retailer to buy from hold, increasing its price target to $195 from $140. — Fred Imbert 5:40 a.m.: Morgan Stanley cuts Tesla price target 2024 will be for electric vehicles, said Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas, who warns that Tesla could lose money this year.
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JD.com — The Chinese e-commerce platform surged nearly 19% after posting a quarterly revenue increase. Thor Industries — Shares plunged 11% after the recreational vehicle maker posted quarterly revenue that disappointed expectations. In its second quarter, Thor Industries reported revenue of $2.21 billion, weaker than the FactSet consensus estimate of $2.27 billion. Box posted fourth-quarter earnings of 42 cents per share, topping the forecast 38 cents in earnings per share from analysts polled by LSEG. Wall Street firms HSBC and Deutsche Bank upgraded Target to buy after the earnings results.
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