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First Solar's earnings are expected to surge 374% to $36.74 per share in 2027, analysts led by Jon Windham told clients in a research note Tuesday. Utility-scale solar represents 80% of the corporate power purchase agreements over the past five years, and the four tech companies represent 40% of utility-sale solar demand, according to UBS. First Solar makes thin-film solar modules rather than silicon-based modules that are dominated globally by China. This will allow First Solar customers to benefit from the 10% domestic content tax credit under the IRA, which is worth about 10 cents per watt of solar power. "FSLR is also a hedge against potential weakness in the 'sustainability' of the Chinese silicon based solar supply chain."
Persons: Jon Windham, Windham, Goldman Sachs, Mark Widmar, Alexander Bradley Organizations: Big Tech, UBS, Microsoft, Meta, Google, First Locations: U.S, China, Ohio, Alabama, Louisiana
Buybacks and share count information can be gleaned from a review of the company's financial statements. The current share count is listed near the bottom of the balance sheet in the "Shareholder equity" section. This means that a company's buyback program will only reduce the share count if it exceeds the stock-based compensation it is paying out. 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.
Persons: Jim Cramer, — Robert, Robert, Jim, — Vick, Jim Cramer's, Spencer Platt Organizations: Microsoft, Google, Jim Cramer's Charitable, CNBC, Traders, New York Stock Exchange, Getty Locations: New York, Louisville , Kentucky, New York City
No one is laughing about Jayshree's company, either, as her white box solutions are beating Cisco Systems when it comes to the internet plumbing that connect Nvidia chips to the Titans. Last year at this time, Nvidia snuck into the U.S. trillion-dollar market cap club, with that May quarter. What does Nvidia really have to do then for an encore? Now we are getting into what Jensen does to beat expectations. Tall order, but Nvidia is a company that's beaten tall orders routinely we just didn't really know it until last May.
Persons: Jensen Huang, Jensen, Claude, let's, Blackwell, Andy Grove, Intel's, doesn't, — Jensen, Collette Kress, Mills, Eli Lilly, Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Jim, Josh Edelson Organizations: Nvidia, Titans, Arista Networks, Microsoft, Meta, Cisco Systems, Google, Apple, Devices, Intel, Merck, Keytruda, Vision, AMD, Grove, Union Pacific, Club, GE, Jim Cramer's Charitable, CNBC, SAP Center, Afp, Getty Locations: San Jose , California
We trimmed our positions shares in Morgan Stanley and Palo Alto Networks on Wednesday and Thursay, respectively, after nice moves higher for both stocks. Here's a closer look at what drove the moves in the portfolio's top five stocks this week. PANW YTD mountain Palo Alto Networks (PANW) year-to-date performance Palo Alto Networks came in No. Palo Alto has been a sizable outperformer since early April, which factored into our trim Thursday. DHR YTD mountain Danaher (DHR) year-to-date performance Danaher advanced 4.9% in the week to secure a second-place finish.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Estee Lauder, Rainer Blair, OpenAI, Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Jim, Brendan McDermid Organizations: Dow Jones, Nasdaq, Club, Palo Alto Networks, IBM, Palo Alto, Bank of America, Broadcom, Google, . Management, Wall Street, Apple, CNBC, Traders, New York Stock Exchange Locations: Thursay, China, Palo, Palo Alto, New York City, U.S
AdvertisementSo who is Larry Page and how did he get to where he is today? AdvertisementPage and Sergey Brin create GoogleGoogle co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page met as students at Stanford. Google's parent company, Alphabet, has developed self-driving cars through Waymo, the company formerly known as the Google Self-Driving Car project. Page's personal lifeGoogle cofounder Larry Page and his wife, the scientist Lucinda Southworth C Flanigan/FilmMagicThroughout it all, Page has kept information about his personal life closely guarded. Life after GoogleGoogle cofounder Larry Page bought Cayo Norte, an island in Puerto Rico.
Persons: , Larry Page, Sergey Brin, Page, Sundar Pichai, Gloria, Carl Page —, Larry, what's, Nikola Tesla, he's, Brin's, BackRub, Brin, Eric Schmidt, Schmidt, Andy Rubin's, he'd, Andrew Kelly, Sergey, Lucinda Southworth C, Lucinda Southworth, Richard Branson, Page's, Carl Victor Page, Carl Page, He's, Hugh Langley Organizations: Service, Google, Business, Michigan State University . Education, Getty, Michigan State University, The, Montessori, Google Google, Stanford, Associated Press, University of Michigan, Labs, Reuters Page, Virgin Group, Investments, Carl Victor Page Memorial Foundation, Zee Aero, Pacific, Virgin Island, Atomic Locations: Michigan, Waymo, Toronto, Stanford, Caribbean, Palo Alto, Cayo Norte, Puerto Rico, Koop, Tavarua, Fiji
Six Flags stock has ticked up nearly 7% in 2024. The analyst reiterated an overweight rating on the stock as well as a $1,200 per share price target, implying more than 31% upside from Tuesday's close. The analyst has a buy rating on Nvidia with a $1,150 per share price target, or about 26% upside ahead. He also raised his price target on U.S.-listed shares to $5.40 per share from $4.80, though the new forecast calls for a 6% decline over the next year. NIO YTD mountain NIO YTD Lai had downgraded Nio to underweight in February due to slowing sales momentum.
Persons: Chris Woronka, Woronka, Brian Evans, John Vinh doesn't, NVDA, Vinh, Timothy Arcuri, Arcuri, — Brian Evans, Goldman Sachs, Alphabet's, Eric Sheridan, Sheridan, Oppenheimer, Jason Helfstein, GOOG, Helfstein, Brent Thill, Jefferies, Nick Lai, YTD Lai, Fred Imbert, ~$ ( ~$) Organizations: CNBC, JPMorgan, Deutsche Bank downgrades, Flags Entertainment, Deutsche Bank, Fair, Nvidia, Blackwell, UBS, Google, Gemini
Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Wednesday: UBS reiterates Nvidia as buy UBS said it's standing by its buy rating heading into Nvidia earnings next week. Wells Fargo names Natera a top pick Wells said the fertilizer company is a new top pick at the firm. Morgan Stanley resumes Exxon as overweight Morgan Stanley resumed coverage of the stock and says it has "attractive growth at a compelling valuation." Morgan Stanley reiterates Palo Alto as overweight Morgan Stanley said it's bullish on shares of Palo Alto heading into earnings next week. Morgan Stanley names Dell a top pick Morga Stanley raised its price target on the stock and says it remains a best idea.
Persons: it's, Cantor Fitzgerald, Tesla, Canto, Tesla's, Wells, CTVA, KeyBanc, TD Cowen, Janus Henderson, Morgan Stanley, Palo, Bernstein, Mills, Campbell, underperform Bernstein, Wolfe, SunPower, Dell, Morga Stanley, Stephens, Truist, Oppenheimer, Will, DA Davidson Organizations: UBS, Nvidia, " Bank of America, Bank of America, Alphabet's, Google, JPMorgan, China, Deutsche Bank downgrades, Deutsche, Fair, Six, Sciences, NTR, Netflix, Energy, Palo Alto, Palo, Food, Tech, Barclays, General Motors, Holdings, ALC, Apple, Apple's Worldwide Developer's Conference, Will Apple, Walmart, D.A Locations: OW, Palo Alto, U.S
Alphabet's YouTube on Tuesday said it would comply with a court decision and block access inside Hong Kong to 32 video links deemed prohibited content, in what critics say is a blow to freedoms in the financial hub amid a security clampdown. The action follows a government application granted by Hong Kong's Court of Appeal requesting the ban of a protest anthem called "Glory to Hong Kong." In comments criticizing the court order, YouTube said the ruling would raise skepticism around the Hong Kong government's work to foster the digital economy and reclaim its reputation as a predictable place for doing business. "If you start to send platforms 100 or 1,000 links for takedown every day, this will drive platforms crazy and also make global investors more worried about Hong Kong's free market environment. How predictable and how stable the policy environment is matters a lot to foreign investors, and Hong Kong is now at a crossroads to defend its reputation."
Persons: Hong Kongers, We'll, George Chen, Chen, Hong Organizations: YouTube, Hong, Appeal, U.S ., Asia Group, Washington DC, Meta Locations: Hong Kong, Hong Kong's, Washington, Greater China
Google I/O 2024 "should assuage fears over [Alphabet's] AI competitive position," analysts at Oppenheimer wrote in a research note to clients on Wednesday. Here's the full list of Alphabet's AI updates. "I was using Google Search versus using ChatGPT … [and] ChatGPT was so much more thorough than Google without ads. The next big question in AI: Who will Apple choose to partner with for its own AI features? Google CEO Sundar Pichai speaks at the Google I/O developer conference.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, Oppenheimer, Bard, Jim Cramer, Siri, Alexa —, Sundar Pichai, ChatGPT, Jim, Goldman, Jim Cramer's, Andrej Sokolow Organizations: Citi, Google, Wednesday, ChatGPT, Microsoft, Gmail, Gemini, Apple, Developers, CNBC, Getty
OpenAI plans to announce its artificial intelligence-powered search product on Monday, according to two sources familiar with the matter, raising the stakes in its competition with search king Google. OpenAI plans to announce its artificial intelligence-powered search product on Monday, according to two sources familiar with the matter, raising the stakes in its competition with search king Google. Bloomberg and the Information have reported that Microsoft -backed OpenAI is working on a search product to potentially compete with Alphabet's Google and with Perplexity, a well-funded AI search startup. OpenAI's search product is an extension of its flagship ChatGPT product, and enables ChatGPT to pull in direct information from the Web and include citations, according to Bloomberg. ChatGPT is OpenAI's chatbot product that uses the company's cutting-edge AI models to generate human-like responses to text prompts.
Persons: ChatGPT Organizations: Google, Bloomberg, Microsoft
"How does leadership plan to address these concerns and regain the trust, morale and cohesion that have been foundational to our company's success?" "Despite the company's stellar performance and record earnings, many Googlers have not received meaningful compensation increases" a top-rated employee question read. Google's use of cashThere were a lot of employee questions ahead of last week's meeting directed at the company's buyback, Porat said. With respect to the decline in morale brought up by employees, Pichai said "leadership has a lot of responsibility here, adding that "it's an iterative process." CNBC reported last week that Google is laying off at least 200 employees from its "Core" organization, which includes key teams and engineering talent.
Persons: Sundar Pichai, Loren Elliott, Ruth Porat, We've, Alphabet's, Hollie Adams, Porat, Prabhakar Raghavan, dory, Pichai, Ted, Larry Page, Jim Cramer Organizations: Inc, Government, Society, Bloomberg, Getty, Google, Economic, Finance, CNBC Locations: Stanford , California, Davos, Switzerland, U.S
MonzoBritish neobank Monzo said Wednesday that it's raised another $190 million, lifting the total it's raised so far this year to $610 million. Singaporean sovereign wealth fund GIC also participated in Monzo's latest fundraise, a source familiar with the matter told CNBC. The total $610 million round marks the single-biggest funding round for a European fintech in the past year, according to Dealroom data. "What I like about how we're approaching this is, at the heart of it, it's not just words," Anil told CNBC in an exclusive interview Tuesday. European expansion is also on the cards, Anil said, although he didn't commit to a date for when this will happen.
Persons: Anil, Monzo, it's, GIC, we've, Monzo's, Revolut Organizations: CNBC, Hedosophia, Barclays, NatWest, BlackRock, JPMorgan, Citibank Locations: U.S, Berlin
The Biden administration is poised to open up a new front in its effort to safeguard U.S. AI from China with preliminary plans to place guardrails around the most advanced AI Models, the core software of artificial intelligence systems like ChatGPT, sources said. The Commerce Department is considering a new regulatory push to restrict the export of proprietary or closed source AI models, whose software and the data it is trained on are kept under wraps, three people familiar with the matter said. Currently, nothing is stopping U.S. AI giants like Microsoft -backed OpenAI, Alphabet's Google DeepMind and rival Anthropic, which have developed some of the most powerful closed source AI models, from selling them to almost anyone in the world without government oversight. When that level is reached, a developer must report its AI model development plans and provide test results to the Commerce Department. That computing power threshold could become the basis for determining what AI models would be subject to export restrictions, according to two U.S. officials and another source briefed on the discussions.
Persons: Biden, Peter Harrell Organizations: 14th China, Public Safety, China International Exhibition Center, The Commerce Department, Commerce Department, Embassy, Microsoft, Google, Government, National Security Council Locations: Beijing, China, Washington, U.S
A Meta product manager who also worked at Google in a similar role revealed some differences between the tech companies based on his experiences over the past six years. AdvertisementCompany transparencyMeta does maintain some of the transparency the company was known for in its earlier days, McKinnon wrote. At Meta, McKinnon was aware of what other teams were working on, partly through the company's internal forums and dashboards. At Google, employees mostly communicate through email or chat, so it's more difficult to know what everyone is doing, McKinnon wrote. At Google, McKinnon saw that projects were largely created and led by software engineers, and PMs played a more auxiliary role.
Persons: , Daniel McKinnon, Ray, McKinnon, Googlers, Meta's, Mark Zuckerberg, Sundar, Alphabet's, Sundar Pichai wasn't, Zuckerberg, Meta, VPs, Susan Li Organizations: Meta, Google, Service, Unit, Business, Facebook, . Software Engineers Locations: Meta
Youth unemployment, income inequality, regional disparities, and Russian oil remain big problems. But the work starts there, as he'll have to navigate thorny issues such as youth unemployment, income inequality, and reliance on sanctioned Russian oil. "The other key economic policy was JAM — the trinity of bank accounts for the poor, mobile numbers and a biometric card. Indian demand for Russian oil has cooled in recent months as new sanctions have made it more expensive, but the buying remains controversial. Alexandr Demyanchuk/AFP/Getty ImagesIndia the IT hubUnder Modi, India has made big strides in modernizing its economy, combating bureaucracy, and appealing to foreign investors.
Persons: Narendra Modi, Elon Musk, Jamie Dimon, Tim Cook, , Modi, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan's Dimon, He's, Musk, Apple's Cook, Joe Biden, Sundar Pichai, Anna Moneymaker, Jensen Huang, Satya Nadella, Alphabet's Sundar Pichai, Richard Rossow, Demonetisation, Kunal Sen, Sen, Tim Graham, Rossow, tycoons Mukesh Ambani, Gautam Adani, Mukesh Ambani, Isha Piramal, Rihanna, Shloka Mehta Ambani, Akash Ambani, Radhika Merchant, Anant, Radhika, Ambani, they'd, Neelima Jain, Vladimir Putin, Alexandr Demyanchuk, Sanjay Shetty, Shetty Organizations: Service, titans, Monetary Fund, Gross, World Bank, Economic, of New, Google, Apple, Nvidia, Microsoft, India, Studies, Center for Strategic & International Studies, United Nations, United Nations University World Institute for Development Economics, University of Manchester, International Labor Organization, Oxfam, Bloomberg, Reliance Industries, Adani, CSIS, Indian, Shanghai Cooperation Organisation, Getty, Modi, Big Tech, Randstad, Economic Times Locations: India, Britain, Japan, Germany, China, of New York, Nimaj, Rajasthan, North Korea, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Russia, Ukraine, Europe, Moscow, Western, Samarkand, AFP, Randstad India
Four Google executives will receive 200% performance-based stock payouts in 2023. Google's senior VP and chief business officer each got $35 million in stock for 2023. AdvertisementGoogle parent company Alphabet paid four of its executives tens of millions of dollars in stock payouts for 2023, based on the company's public-markets performance. AdvertisementA 200% stock payout raised the total stock value for Porat and Walker's 2023 compensation to $23 million each. The executives' compensation was approved in early February after a tumultuous year for the company.
Persons: Google's, , Ruth Porat, Prabhakar Raghavan, Philipp Schindler, Kent Walker, Raghavan, Schindler, Sundar Pichai Organizations: Google, Service, Twitter
Every weekday, the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer releases the Homestretch — an actionable afternoon update, just in time for the last hour of trading on Wall Street. Before last week's strong quarter, CNBC learned that Alphabet's Google had laid off hundreds of employees from so-called core teams. 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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Over the last two weeks, major cloud providers Amazon, Microsoft, and Alphabet have reported quarterly earnings that exceeded Wall Street's expectations. Amazon, Microsoft, and Alphabet's shares also climbed after earnings were reported, evidence that doubling down on their AI strategies seems to be paying off. Davidson Companies analyst Gil Luria told Business Insider regarding Amazon, Microsoft, and Alphabet. Microsoft Cloud generated $35.1 billion in revenue — up 23% year-over-year — that CEO Satya Nadella credits partly to investments into AI tools like Microsoft Copilot. Amazon, Microsoft, and Alphabet didn't immediately return a request for comment from Business Insider before publication.
Persons: , D.A, Gil Luria, Claude, Andy Jassy, Satya Nadella, Nadella, Ruth Porat, OpenAI's ChatGPT, Luria, doesn't, Jassy, Sundar Pichai Organizations: Service, Microsoft, Business, Davidson Companies, Amazon, Web Services, Google Cloud, Google, Gemini, Research, Capital Locations: Indonesia
All eyes remain on tech stocks this week, with Amazon and Apple due to release their earnings after the market closes on Tuesday and Thursday, respectively. After a strong rally to start the year, tech stocks have wavered in recent weeks as investor concerns of lofty valuations bubbled to the surface. Investors can still find opportunities in the form of tech stocks that pay a dividend and have a runway for growth. The stock's 2% dividend yield is higher than the S & P 500's 1.3%. With a dividend yield of 1.6%, Broadcom also made the list.
Persons: Oppenheimer Organizations: Google, Amazon, CNBC Pro, Qualcomm, Benchmark, Oracle, Analysts, Broadcom, Barclays Locations: Nashville , Tennessee
Jim Cramer takes a closer look at Alphabet earnings
  + stars: | 2024-04-29 | by ( Jim Cramer | )   time to read: 1 min
In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailJim Cramer takes a closer look at Alphabet earnings'Mad Money' host Jim Cramer looks at Alphabet's recent quarterly report and what stands out to him.
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CNBC's Jim Cramer told investors he's pleased with Google parent Alphabet 's most recent quarter, lauding the company's proof of profitability. Cramer added that it underscores why his CNBC Investing Club Charitable Trust owns Alphabet, saying he'd buy the stock on a dip. But after listening to the company's conference call, Cramer was convinced that AI is helping search, which in turn helps advertising revenue. According to Cramer, another reason for Alphabet optimism is the success of its cloud business, which he noted boasts clients like Mercedes-Benz , Cintas and Walmart . He added that he's happy with another arm of the business, YouTube, saying it's a big positive in the company's ad revenue growth.
Persons: CNBC's Jim Cramer, he's, Cramer, he'd Organizations: Google, CNBC, Club Charitable Trust, Benz, Cintas, Walmart, YouTube
In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailAlphabet's investor call had a 'remarkable' level of transparency, says Jim Cramer'Mad Money' host Jim Cramer looks at Alphabet's recent quarterly report and what stands out to him.
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Google hits a new milestone: $2 trillion
  + stars: | 2024-04-27 | by ( Lakshmi Varanasi | )   time to read: +1 min
Alphabet, Google's parent company, achieved a $2 trillion market cap milestone. This company briefly hit the threshold previously but never sustained a full day of trading. Despite its recent success Alphabet hasn't had an easy path to the $2 trillion mark. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementGoogle's parent company, Alphabet, hit a new milestone on Friday: a $2 trillion market cap.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailAlphabet's first-ever dividend, $70 billion buyback another sign of Big Tech's maturation: AnalystBob O'Donnell, Technalysis president and chief analyst, discusses Alphabet's first-ever dividend and $70 billion buyback, saying it's "yet another sign of … the maturation of these Big Tech companies."
Persons: Bob O'Donnell, Alphabet's Organizations: Big Tech
Every weekday the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer holds a "Morning Meeting" livestream at 10:20 a.m. But Jim Cramer said Friday that he "asked for granularity and we got it." 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.
Persons: Jim Cramer, Jim, Jim Cramer's Organizations: CNBC, Federal, Microsoft, Nvidia, Nasdaq
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