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He also hiked his price target to $92 from $59, suggesting shares rallying 48.3% from where they closed on Tuesday. Analyst Jessica Reif Ehrlich raised her price target to $370 from $315, suggesting 22% upside from Tuesday's close. — Hakyung Kim 6:04 a.m.: Citi raises price target on Amazon Amazon is becoming a more profitable organization, according to Citi. The price target increase comes on the heels of Amazon's new grocery delivery subscription launch. He cited increased operating income projections amid strong top-line trends for his price target increase.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailAmazon, LVMH and more: Fund manager reveals the consumer stocks to buy right nowCNBC’s Will Koulouris asked Jack Dwyer, CEO of Infusive Asset Management, how he’s playing the consumer theme. He also discussed his fund’s top holdings, which include Amazon and LVMH.
Persons: Will Koulouris, Jack Dwyer Organizations: Infusive Asset Management
MrBeast is set to surpass T-Series as YouTube's top channel. Kjellberg was in the midst of a battle for YouTube's number one spot because another channel — the Indian music label T-Series — was closing in. Now, for MrBeast, history is repeating itself, except this time, he is the one closing in on YouTube's biggest channel, T-Series, And it looks like he's soon going to win the top spot. Amid an expected mass exodus from the platform, a win for independent creators could have a positive ripple effect. "This breakthrough will show independent creators that they can be more successful than large corporations," she said.
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Amazon is opening cloud regions in Southeast Asia because customers want their data stored securely in their own countries, Amazon Chief Technology Officer Werner Vogels said in an exclusive interview. They really wanted something local such that they can meet, for example, local data storage requirements, or protection of personal identifiable information," Vogels told CNBC's JP Ong. An AWS region is a physical location where data centers are clustered. Within each AWS region are a minimum of three separate availability zones. "And for them, it's important to have these kinds of technologies on the ground, in [the] country to make sure that they can serve their customers best or their citizens best," said Vogels.
Persons: Werner Vogels, Vogels, CNBC's JP Ong Organizations: Amazon Chief, Amazon Web Services Locations: Southeast Asia
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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META YTD mountain Meta Platforms YTD Meta has the biggest tailwind on Earth being dangled in front of it — the newly signed law that says Chinese company ByteDance must sell TikTok or face a U.S. ban on the short-form video platform. AMZN YTD mountain Amazon YTD Amazon is also in the loved category but reports this coming Tuesday. NVDA YTD mountain Nvidia YTD I have no idea how Nvidia got to be a fence-sitter. AVGO YTD mountain Broadcom YTD Broadcom is iffy. CRM YTD mountain Salesforce YTD Salesforce has become mighty complicated.
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A Microsoft logo seen displayed on a smartphone screen and Amazon logo in the background in Athens, Greece on October 5, 2023. British antitrust regulators are seeking views on partnerships between Microsoft and Amazon with smaller generative AI model makers. Microsoft recently made a 15 million euro ($16 million) investment into Mistral, a young French AI firm set up by former employees of Meta and Google's DeepMind AI lab. Amazon, meanwhile, has invested a whopping $4 billion into U.S. AI firm Anthropic, which is behind the Claude large language model and chatbot. An Amazon spokesperson said it was "unprecedented" for the CMA to review a collaboration of the kind that the company had agreed with Anthropic.
Persons: Claude, it's Organizations: Microsoft, Markets Authority, French, Amazon, CMA, Mistral, Meta, Competition, Anthropic Locations: Athens, Greece, French, Anthropic
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."
Persons: Prosper, Katie Schoolov Thrasio, Greg Greeley, Josh Burke, Stephanie Fox, Greeley, Thrasio, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, They're, Josh Silberstein Organizations: Amazon, CNBC, Finance, BlackRock, JPMorgan, CNBC's, U.S . Customs, Border Protection, GXO Logistics, Walmart Locations: Las Vegas , Nevada, U.S
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailGenerative AI has to incorporate cultural knowledge, Amazon CTO saysWerner Vogels, chief technology officer at Amazon, discusses large language models, saying the diversity of cultures in Southeast Asia, for example, has to be "served in the right way" by digital systems.
Persons: Werner Vogels Organizations: Amazon Locations: Southeast Asia
Opinion: Why memes about Mommy and wine are no joke
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Editor’s note: Kara Alaimo, an associate professor of communication at Fairleigh Dickinson University, writes about issues affecting women and social media. At work, women on average earn just 84 cents for every dollar earned by men and are up against endless stereotypes about why they’re not leadership material. “Anyone who’s been on social media in the last ten years has seen the memes: ‘Mommy needs wine.’ ‘I wine because my kids whine.’ You can buy infant onesies that say ‘I’m the reason mommy drinks’ on Amazon,” Yvonne points out. It requires social structures such as an adequate childcare system and resources for women who need to leave abusive homes. We all also need to stop sharing jokes and memes that suggest it’s humorous for people of any gender to deal with the stresses they’re up against by imbibing carcinogens.
Persons: Kara Alaimo, Kara, Celeste Yvonne, it’s, Yvonne, they’re, who’s, ” Yvonne, , I’ve, Holly Whitaker, Carol Lee Flinders, ” Whitaker Organizations: Fairleigh Dickinson University, Women, Press, Facebook, CNN, JAMA, Pew Research Center, US Centers for Disease Control Locations: United States
Listen and follow The DailyApple Podcasts | Spotify | Amazon MusicLawmakers approved a giant new tranche of support for Ukraine late last night after a tortured passage through the U.S. Congress, where it was nearly derailed by right-wing resistance in the House. Marc Santora, a Times reporter in Ukraine’s capital, Kyiv, explains what effect the money could have, given Ukraine’s increasing desperation on the battlefield.
Persons: Marc Santora Organizations: Spotify, Amazon Music Lawmakers, Ukraine, U.S . Congress Locations: Kyiv
Amazon Merch on DemandStart-up cost: $0 This platform has become my favorite passive income opportunity. My responsibilities include creating graphic designs, and listing them for sale on the various products available in the Amazon Merch catalog. Print on DemandStart up cost: $0 Amazon Merch is not the only way to make money with print on demand. It allows you to make passive income by creating video reviews of Amazon products that you own. The uploaded videos are displayed on the Amazon product detail page for the product you review, as well as similar products.
Persons: I've, Printful, they're Organizations: Walmart, eBay, Amazon, Amazon Influencer, YouTube
Here's a rapid-fire update on all 33 stocks in Jim Cramer's Charitable Trust, the portfolio we use for the CNBC Investing Club. Broadcom : Broadcom's AI business, which includes co-designing custom chips for tech giants such as Club holding Alphabet, is booming. The newspaper reported April 12 that Salesforce was in talks to buy Informatica, which sent the Club holding's shares plunging. Wells Fargo : Another trim is due for our Wells Fargo position after a great run for the bank stock, Jim argued. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade.
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The launch of Intel 's latest artificial intelligence chip is expected to benefit three global semiconductor companies, according to Morgan Stanley. The semiconductor giant said the latest chip is twice as power-efficient and can run AI models one-and-a-half times faster than Nvidia's H100 GPU – the flagship product from the current AI chip market leader. In a research note Monday, the Wall Street bank said Taiwanese companies TSMC , Alchip , and Wistron are likely to be the biggest beneficiaries of the demand for Intel's Gaudi chips. In its note, Morgan Stanley reiterated its overweight rating on Alchip and TSMC, considering them long-term winners of AI semiconductor demand. The analysts are overweight on Wistron too, noting that Nvidia's new Blackwell GB200 AI chip will also drive immediate growth for the Taiwanese electronics manufacturer.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Gaudi, Alchip, Wistron, Morgan Stanley's, Charlie Chan, Blackwell, — CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: Intel, Gaudi, Dell, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Lenovo, Microsoft, Google Locations: United States
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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Jeff Bezos doesn't jam-pack his schedule or set strict time blocks for all his meetings. "I don't keep to a strict schedule," Bezos said, in an episode first released in December 2023. "My meetings often go longer than I plan for them to, because I believe in [mind] wandering." "When I sit down [in] a meeting, I don't know how long the meeting is going to take if we're trying to solve a problem," Bezos said. He added that "a lot of people feel like wandering is inefficient," but studies show that a divergent mind can actually boost a person's productivity, creativity and happiness.
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Amazon has suspended new US Green Card sponsorships for foreign workers until the end of 2024. NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. AdvertisementAmazon won't be sponsoring any new US Green Cards for foreign workers for the rest of this year, a sign of sustained weakness in the tech job market. It aims to check that admitting foreign workers into the country doesn't impact job opportunities, wages and working conditions of US workers. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
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When trying to assess the growth prospects of companies, portfolio manager Jack Dwyer says the consumer is king. CNBC's Will Koulouris will ask the CEO of Infusive Asset Management how he harnesses the power of the consumer in Pro Talks on Wednesday, April 24. The top holdings of Infusive's Consumer Alpha Global Leaders Fund include Amazon , Netflix and Alphabet , in addition to consumer stocks such as McDonald's , LVMH and PepsiCo . When selecting stocks, Dwyer urges investors to avoid making generalizations about consumer strength on a country basis, and highlighted a divergence across the luxury sector. To discover Dwyer's top stock picks, j oin CNBC Pro Talks on Wednesday, April 24 at 6:30 a.m. BST / 1:30 p.m. SGT / 1:30 a.m.
Persons: Jack Dwyer, CNBC's Will Koulouris, Dwyer, Hermes, Morningstar, Will Koulouris Organizations: Infusive, Management, Infusive's Consumer Alpha Global, Fund, Amazon, Netflix, PepsiCo, Nvidia Locations: LVMH, millennials
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailWatch CNBC's full interview with Anthropic co-founder and CEO Dario AmodeiAnthropic co-founder and CEO Dario Amodei joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss the state of the AI tech race, how Anthropic differentiates itself from other AI models, the potential of AI, partnerships with Google and Amazon, AI regulation, election safety, future of the company, and more.
Persons: Anthropic, Dario Amodei Anthropic, Dario Amodei Organizations: Google
Listen and follow The DailyApple Podcasts | Spotify | Amazon MusicThe prosecution and the defense both opened their cases on Monday in the first criminal trial of Donald Trump. Jonah Bromwich, who watched from inside the courtroom, walks us through the arguments.
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Amazon is also staffing up for Prime Video sales teams, recently hiring ad veteran and former NBCUniversal sales exec Krishnan Bhatia as VP of global video advertising for Amazon Ads. Advertisers' initial reaction to Prime Video ads was mixedAdvertisers reacted with a mix of excitement and skepticism when Prime Video entered the TV ad market last year. Amazon estimated Prime Video ads would reach 115 million monthly viewers in the US. AdvertisementBut the skepticism was short-lived as Amazon set Prime Video up for success in several ways. Amazon will also have to start regularly sharing data showing advertisers how many people are actually watching Prime Video and for how long.
Persons: , Krishnan Bhatia, Amazon, It's Organizations: Service, Business, YouTube, Hulu, Amazon, Comcast, Disney, Etihad, Best, Samsung's, Prime, Amazon Ads, Netflix, Street Journal
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailAnthropic CEO Dario Amodei on Claude 3 model, AI arms race and Big Tech partnershipsAnthropic co-founder and CEO Dario Amodei joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss the state of the AI tech race, how Anthropic differentiates itself from other AI models, the potential of AI, partnerships with Google and Amazon, AI regulation, election safety, future of the company, and more.
Persons: Dario Amodei, Claude Organizations: Big Tech, Anthropic, Google
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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The Nasdaq tumbled 2.1% on Friday as tech stocks plunged, marking its worst day since January 31. “US earnings updates this week will be key to see if they can keep topping expectations and buoying risk appetite in a higher-for-longer interest rate environment.”Tesla, Facebook-parent Meta, IBM, Microsoft and Alphabet all report first quarter earnings later this week. “Big Tech earnings may determine whether the stock market avoids its first four-week losing streak in two years,” wrote Chris Larkin, managing director of trading and investing at E*TRADE from Morgan Stanley on Monday. About 15% of S&P 500 companies have reported first quarter earnings, and nearly three-quarters of those companies have posted a positive earnings-per-share surprise. But investors are nervously waiting for the Magnificent Seven, those massive Tech stocks that carry an outsized portion of market weight, to report.
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Treasury yields dip: In addition to earnings, the other part of the market's gauntlet this week is a trio of huge Treasury auctions. The PMI data was softer than expected, confirming signs of the economic "brown shoots" that Jim Cramer has recently been flagging. 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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