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General Motors — The auto stock jumped 4.6% after General Motors easily topped second-quarter estimates. The aerospace company posted second-quarter earnings of $6.85 per share on revenues of $18.12 billion. NXP Semiconductors — Shares dropped 7% after NXP Semiconductors reported second-quarter earnings that missed estimates. Danaher — The life sciences stock jumped 6% after Danaher posted second-quarter earnings and revenue that exceeded expectations. Zions Bancorporation — Shares gained 3% after Zions Bancorp posted second-quarter earnings that exceeded expectations.
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But in general, this is the kind of development we've hoped to see ever since Starbucks' massive earnings miss April 30. We'll take the nearly 7% pop in shares Friday and hope it's only the beginning of recovery for the beaten-up stock. Fed's fave inflation measure : The personal spending and income report will be the most closely watched economic report next week. Earnings : As the second-quarter earnings season picks up pace, we'll hear from five Club holdings next week including Google parent Alphabet . 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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US Bancorp -- The bank stock rose more than 1% after second-quarter earnings topped expectations. US Bancorp reported 97 cents in earnings per share, compared to a StreetAccount estimate of 94 cents per share, according to FactSet. J.B. Hunt Transport Services — The freight company pulled back about 3% after second-quarter results missed Wall Street's estimates. Omnicom notched earnings of $1.95 per share excluding items, which was in line with analyst forecasts polled by FactSet. The company expects earnings per share in a range of $9.97-$10.07, down from a prior guidance of $10.57-$10.72.
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Elevance expects adjusted earnings of at least $37.20 for 2024, while analysts polled by FactSet called for $37.28 per share. Second-quarter adjusted earnings and revenue came in slightly ahead of estimates. Omnicom — Shares of the corporate communications company fell 8% despite beating revenue expectations for the second quarter. Omnicom posted adjusted earnings of $1.95 per share, which came out in line with analyst forecasts polled by FactSet. Johnson & Johnson reported adjusted earnings of $2.82 per share on $24.45 billion in revenue.
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Regional bank stocks are breaking out, and they may be able to continue to climb even if second-quarter earnings results are modest. The SPDR S & P Regional Bank ETF (KRE) has risen for six straight trading sessions, and on Monday it closed at its highest level since December. KRE 1Y mountain This regional bank ETF is at its highest level since December. The group still trades below historical valuations more than a year after the failure of Silicon Valley Bank, Bank of America said. Notable regional bank earnings reports this week include Citizens Financial Group on Wednesday, M & T Bank on Thursday and Fifth Third Bancorp on Friday.
Persons: Ebrahim Poonawala, Banks, Poonawala, Goldman, Ryan Nash, Nash, — CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: P Regional Bank ETF, Federal Reserve, Fed, Bank of America, Silicon Valley Bank, Western Alliance, WAL, York, Citizens Financial Group, T Bank, Fifth Third Bancorp Locations: Silicon
In the meantime, you can stay up to date on the latest business news with CNN’s Business Nightcap newsletter. Access to credit is especially crucial for small, private businesses that aren’t able raise money through financial markets. “There were a number of programs out there to support small businesses during the depths of the pandemic, and there were relatively fewer filings than usual in 2021 and 2022.”Rising corporate bankruptcies could just reflect a lot of churn occurring in Corporate America, Jamner said. Don’t panicMost banks offer free checking if, for instance, customers have their paycheck direct deposited or they maintain an average minimum balance, reports my colleague Jeanne Sahadi. Marianne Lake, the head of Chase Bank, told the Wall Street Journal last week that Chase might stop offering free checking and other free banking services.
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Three of our Club rate plays — solar panel company Nextracker , Stanley Black & Decker , and Ford — were our top-performing stocks for the week. Friday also ushered in the start of the second quarter earnings season. Earnings Club name Morgan Stanley reports second-quarter earnings before Tuesday's opening bell. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade. 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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IWM 5D mountain iShares Russell 2000 ETF Next week's earnings results will help investors glean whether that rotation trade is sustainable. The Dow Jones Industrial Average, which is weighted more toward the real economy than is the S & P 500 and Nasdaq, rose to a new record above 40,000. According to FactSet consensus estimates, S & P 500 companies are set to post blended earnings growth of 9.2% in the second quarter. "It's not unthinkable to see us exiting this year at 5,800 on the S & P," he said. This follows a difficult 2Q, when 75% of Large Cap Core managers trailed the S & P 500," Palfrey wrote.
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Regional bank stocks are having an underwhelming year, but investors who are on the hunt for good dividend payers might find a few gems, according to Piper Sandler. "Given the recent pullback in bank stock prices, we are finding lots of regional and community bank stocks that have eye-catching dividend yields," wrote Mark Fitzgibbon, managing director at Piper Sandler, in a Thursday report. There is more to picking solid dividend stocks than just going by the yield. Piper Sandler further whittled down the list by eliminating companies that had cut their dividends over the past decade. Piper Sandler called out Heritage Commerce of San Jose, California, as a bank worth snapping up.
Persons: Piper Sandler, Mark Fitzgibbon, Fitzgibbon, Andrew Liesch, Matthew Clark, Clark Organizations: Regional Banking, Brookline Bancorp, Heritage Commerce, Pacific Premier Bancorp Locations: Boston, Brookline, San Jose , California, Irvine , California
These bank stocks are cheap and expected to rally
  + stars: | 2024-07-10 | by ( Sarah Min | ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +2 min
These bank stocks are cheap and expected to jump, according to CNBC Pro. The bank stock has underperformed this year, down more than 7%. But it's expected to surge 19% to its consensus price target, and has a forward P/E of 10.6. The stock is expected to gain 17% from here, and looks relatively cheap with its 10.1 forward P/E. It has a forward P/E of just 8.4.
Persons: Wells, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, It's, Stephens Organizations: CNBC Pro, Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Silicon Valley Bank, Regional Banking, CNBC, KBW Nasdaq, U.S, Bancorp, U.S . Bancorp, Western Alliance, East West Bancorp Locations: Wells Fargo, Silicon
Here are Tuesday's biggest calls on Wall Street: Goldman Sachs reiterates Alphabet and Meta as buy Goldman said it's sticking with its buy rating on shares of Alphabet and Meta. Bank of America reiterates Apple as buy Bank of America said its checks show App Store revenue increasing for Apple. KeyBanc reiterates Nvidia as overweight KeyBanc said it's sticking with its overweight rating on Nvidia shares. Morgan Stanley reiterates Tesla as overweight Morgan Stanley said it's sticking with its overweight rating on Tesla shares. " "We initiate coverage on JMIA with a Buy rating and a PT of $14."
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Micron — Shares slipped nearly 6% after the semiconductor manufacturer posted revenue guidance of $7.6 billion for its current quarter, coming in line with analyst expectations. Walgreens Boots Alliance — Shares tumbled more than 11% after the retail pharmacy company reported a third-quarter earnings miss and cut its full-year adjusted profit outlook. Goldman Sachs — The U.S. banking stock slipped nearly 2% after the latest round of stress test results . However, the company reported EBITDA guidance for its fiscal year 2025 that was 5% lower than analyst consensus estimates, according to FactSet. U.S. Bancorp — The bank stock slipped more than 1% following a downgrade to neutral from overweight at J.P. Morgan.
Persons: Levi Strauss, Suzano, Walgreens, Goldman Sachs, Morgan, Vivek Juneja, — CNBC's Michelle Fox, Alex Harring, Fred Imbert Organizations: Micron, GSK —, Centers for Disease Control, LSEG, Walgreens, Federal Reserve, . U.S, Bancorp Locations: U.S, .
"The stock price has lagged but we don't see any other catalysts medium term, hence we are moving to the sidelines." Micron shares were down 5% in the premarket. The analyst reiterated a buy rating on Micron stock with a $175 per share price target, implying nearly 23% upside from Wednesday's $142.36 close. He raised his price target to $158 per share price from $138, calling for 11% upside. Arya maintained a buy rating on Micron stock with a $170 per share price target, or about 19% upside moving forward.
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Here are Thursday's biggest calls on Wall Street: Goldman Sachs reiterates Micron as buy Goldman said investors should buy the dip in the stock following earnings on Wednesday. Jefferies reiterates Nvidia, Marvell and Broadcom as buy Jefferies said it's sticking with its buy rating on all three companies. " Morgan Stanley initiates Viking Therapeutics as overweight Morgan Stanley said the biotech company has "best-in-class potential." Morgan Stanley adds Goldman Sachs to the financials finest list Morgan Stanley added the investment banking giant to its top financials ideas list. Morgan Stanley reiterates Coca-Cola as overweight Morgan Stanley said it's sticking with its overweight rating on the beverage giant.
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The threat from a looming wave of maturing commercial real estate loans has been well telegraphed to investors, but it's possible the metrics they are using to protect themselves from risk are flawed. Many investors have been avoiding bank stocks with high concentrations of commercial real estate (CRE) exposure. Investors have been punishing regional bank stocks, especially when the bank's commercial real estate exposure tops more than 300% of its total equity . While the latter two have some exposure to New York City real estate, both banks benefit from strong management teams, he said. (New York real estate markets are navigating both falling office values as well as the dynamics of rent-regulated multifamily properties.)
Persons: Erika Najarian, Stephens, Matt Breese, Breese, Webster, Najarian, Piper Sandler, Scott Siefers, Siefers, generalists Organizations: Owners, KBW, Regional Banking, UBS, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp, Federal Reserve, Kansas City Fed, NBT Bancorp, Webster, National Bancorp, Micron Technology, Financial Group, Citizens Locations: New York City, York, . Connecticut, New, New York, Providence, R.I
Last week, Sallie Mae boosted the annual percentage yield for its 12-month CD by 10 basis points, or 0.10% week over week, to 5.15%. Certificate of deposit rates have come a long way since the Fed started raising interest rates in March 2022. The average online bank APY has gone up by 4.14 percentage points to 4.79% since then, Wells Fargo analyst Michael Kaye said in a note Friday. Since banks generally follow the fed funds rate, interest rates on CDs and savings accounts are expected to fall in turn. "Broadly we still expect online bank deposit rates to decline," BTIG's Caintic said.
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There's a growing dominance of technology stocks in the stock market. Using LSEG, we searched for stocks outside the concentrated tech universe that are expected to reach new highs. Citizens Financial has a forward P/E ratio of 12.1 and five-year P/E of about 15, while Fifth Third's forward P/E is 11.1 and its five-year slightly lower, at about 10.8. Analysts polled by LSEG think shares have about 18% upside potential, and the stock also has an attractive forward P/E ratio of about 4.77, by far the least of the group. Other attractive stocks that could reach new highs include homebuilder Pultegroup and insurance company Allstate .
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East West Bancorp shares have eked out a small gain in 2024, up 2%. Despite the heightened scrutiny around regional banks, little-known East West Bancorp has been able to pull ahead thanks to a key customer base: Asian Americans. American dream = home ownershipPart of what's helping East West succeed with Asian Americans goes all the way back to its origins. East West Bancorp was founded in 1973 as a federal savings and loan in the Los Angeles area to service the Chinese American and immigrant community struggling to obtain mortgages and business loans. East West also drives cross-border activity between the U.S. and other Asian countries, such as Thailand and Vietnam.
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Tangible book value , a common yardstick used to value banks, measures shareholder equity minus the value of a bank's intangible assets and goodwill. Following Dimon's comments, CNBC Pro screened for banks in the S & P 500 that also sport a price-to-tangible book value of 2 or more. With a price-to-tangible book value of 2.6, Bank of New York Mellon was the most expensive name on the list. Similar to JPMorgan, Fifth Third Bancorp has a price-to-tangible book ratio of 2. Other names on the list of expensive bank stocks included U.S. Bancorp and Discover Financial Services .
Persons: Jamie Dimon's, JPMorgan Chase, Dimon, We're, Morgan Stanley, Betsy Graseck, Graseck, Bank of New York Mellon, Vivek Juneja, , Fred Imbert Organizations: JPMorgan, CNBC Pro, Bank of New York, Fifth Third Bancorp, . Bancorp, Discover Financial Services Locations: Monday's, Cincinnati
Viking Global shifts Big Tech holdings in first quarter
  + stars: | 2024-05-15 | by ( Alex Harring | ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +2 min
Ole Andreas Halvorsen's Viking Global appeared to relocate money within megacap technology in the first quarter. Viking Global zeroed out a position of nearly 3.3 million shares in Alphabet during the first three months of 2024, regulatory fillings show. It's nearly 1.6 million shares at a total value of more than $670 million. With that increase, Viking Global holds more than 1.9 million shares, or more than $1.2 billion. Outside of tech, Viking Global began holding Clorox , Dollar Tree , Skechers and Las Vegas Sands during the period.
Persons: Ole Andreas Halvorsen's, Halvorsen, Julian Robertson Organizations: Big Tech, Viking, Microsoft, Tiger Management, Viking Global, Las Vegas Sands, U.S . Bancorp, MetLife, Deere Locations: Ole Andreas Halvorsen's Viking, Viking, Apple, Las, U.S, Stryker
Check out the companies making headlines in midday trading: GameStop , AMC Entertainment — The so-called meme stocks retreated significantly after a two-day rally . GameStop declined about 30%, while AMC dropped 20% as the trading frenzy seemed to fade. The sell-off in AMC shares also came after the company announced a debt-for-equity swap. Before Wednesday, GameStop and AMC were up 179% and 135% this week, respectively. According to the firm, shares could benefit from Chinese government stimulus policy and Nio's latest battery as a service, or BaaS, strategy, which could drive sales, said the bank.
Persons: Max, Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan Chase, Glenn Murphy, Cowen, Yun Li, Pia Singh, Michelle Fox, Alex Harring, Jesse Pound Organizations: GameStop, AMC Entertainment, AMC, Boeing, Justice Department, Dell Technologies, JPMorgan, Tesla, Management, New York Community Bancorp, Petco, Wellness Locations: Nio
These stocks could be poised to join the S & P 500 when the broad index undergoes its quarterly rebalance next month, according to some Wall Street analysts. Keefe Bruyette & Woods also views a financial services stock as a likely addition to the S & P 500, citing the sector's underweight position. There's a "mid to high probability" that Erie resettles in the S & P 500. The S & P 500 isn't the only index poised for potential changes. Gandhi sees a strong likelihood that Ryan Specialty Holdings joins the S & P Midcap 400, while New York Community Bancorp could drop down to the S & P SmallCap 600 .
Persons: Ramsey El, Bancorporation, Assal, Keefe, Woods, Shreyank Gandhi, Gandhi, Dell Organizations: Barclays, Micro Computer, Whirlpool, Software, Services, KKR, Apollo Global Management, Erie resettles, Specialty Holdings, New, New York Community Bancorp, Axis Capital Holdings, BOK Locations: Erie, New York
JPMorgan analyst Vivek Juneja upgraded the regional bank stock to an overweight rating from neutral, simultaneously lifting his price target to $39.50 from $37.50. — Lisa Kailai Han 6:27 a.m.: Deutsche Bank downgrades Starbucks after disappointing quarterly earnings Starbucks could feel some near-term pressure, according to Deutsche Bank. Analyst C. Stephen Tusa also raised his price target to $111 from $110, implying that shares of 3M could rally 15% from here. 3M stock has added nearly 6% so far in 2024, but the stock is still trading at an attractive valuation given the company's characteristics, Tusa said. Amongst the group, JPMorgan analyst Doug Anmuth has the highest price target of $240, which implies that Amazon stock could rally another 37% from here.
Persons: Vivek Juneja, Juneja, — Lisa Kailai Han, Samik Chatterjee, Chatterjee, Lauren Silberman, Silberman, Lisa Kailai Han, Stephen Tusa, Tusa, 3M's, Morgan Stanley, Doug Anmuth, Anmuth, — Lisa Kailai Han — CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: CNBC, JPMorgan, Starbucks, Deutsche Bank, Fifth, Bancorp, Logitech, 3M, Barclays, Bank of America, Amazon, Services, Wall Street, Locations: China
Regulators late Friday seized Republic First Bancorp, a troubled Philadelphia lender, in the first U.S. bank failure this year. Republic First Bancorp, known as Republic Bank, had about $4 billion in deposits at the end of January and assets worth $6 billion, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation said in a statement. said, with Republic First’s 32 branches in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York reopening as soon as Saturday as Fulton Bank branches. Founded in 1988, Republic First was smaller than the midsize banks that collapsed last year — including First Republic Bank and Silicon Valley Bank, whose assets each topped $200 billion. expects the cost to the Deposit Insurance Fund to be $667 million.
Organizations: First Bancorp, Republic First Bancorp, Republic Bank, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Fulton Bank of Lancaster, Fulton Bank, First Republic Bank, Silicon Valley Bank, Deposit Insurance Fund Locations: Philadelphia, U.S, Republic, Pa, Pennsylvania , New Jersey, New York
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