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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.
Persons: Patrick Palfrey, Hogan, Keith Buchanan, Buchanan, Palfrey, David Sekera, Quincy Krosby, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Huntington Organizations: Nasdaq, UBS, Investors, Riley, Dow Jones, Globalt Investments, Riley Securities, Big Tech, Core, LPL, BlackRock, Bank of America, Taiwan Semiconductor, Price, Retail, Hunt Transport Services, State, PNC Financial Services, UnitedHealth, United Airlines, Discover Financial Services, U.S . Bancorp, Johnson, Citizens Financial Group, Philadelphia Fed, Netflix, T Bank, KeyCorp, American Express, Halliburton, Fifth Third Bancorp, Regions Locations: Nasdaq, NAHB, Horton, Blackstone, Taiwan
"We've had a tremendous amount of interest [from private equity firms], and we believe this could make sense for us in a limited fashion, probably no more than 10% of a team. The National Football League is considering allowing minority private equity ownership for its 32 teams of up to 10%, Commissioner Roger Goodell said in an exclusive CNBC interview Thursday. "I think it may be leading to some rethink into the consideration of letting private equity, as an example, or institutional investors into the NFL." Private equity incentives around reaching investment targets and exit thresholds could alter the motivations for ownership in ways that make the bigger sports leagues uncomfortable. Private equity firms, tasked with finding investment vehicles to make returns on their assets under management, may be better suited to minority ownership.
Persons: Roger Goodell, Goodell, CNBC's Julia Boorstin, We've, Josh Harris, Harris, Andrew Ross Sorkin, Magic Johnson, Eric Schmidt, David Blitzer, They're, Ted Leonsis, You'll Organizations: National Football League, Allen & Company Sun Valley, National Basketball Association, Major League Baseball, National Hockey League, Major League Soccer, NFL, Allen & Co, Sun Valley Conference, CNBC, Apollo Global Management, Washington, Summit, Washington , D.C, NBA, Blackstone Group, Philadelphia 76ers, New Jersey Devils, Women's Soccer League, Washington Capitals, Wizards, Mystics, ESPN Locations: Sun Valley , Idaho, Washington ,
Read previewDespite its French headquarters, Capital Fund Management has long been connected to the US. Advertisement"There's no way around the US" as a quant fund, he explained, which use a vast amount of data and historical trends to inform computer-driven investment strategies. Alternative managers have turned to the private wealth channel for capital increasingly in recent years, mostly driven by large private equity firms like Blackstone, Apollo, and KKR. Tiger cubs like Tiger Global and Coatue have had long-standing relationships with JPMorgan's private wealth unit. Quant funds operate in a similar fashion, he said, and the firm thinks this can be translated to a broader audience than just longtime hedge-fund allocators.
Persons: , Philippe Jordan, Jordan, Stifel, Blackstone, Bobby Jain's, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, there's Organizations: Service, Capital Fund Management, Business, CFM, Stratus, Apollo, KKR, Products, Abu, Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, UBS, HSBC, Bloomberg Locations: New York, Chicago, London, America, Paris, Louis, Abu Dhabi
The nature of illegal lockouts means they are hard to track directly. One of the responding officers calls a sergeant over, who says there's nothing else they can do. While only 14% of lockout calls led to a police report, 86% of calls about shoplifting did. As they walk over, one of the officers tells the other to look up "illegal lockout" on his phone. A 2006 bill that would have defined illegal lockouts for all Illinois residents was defeated.
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Six years ago, an outspoken music executive named Merck Mercuriadis kicked off a new wave of dealmaking in the industry when his company, Hipgnosis, began buying up the song catalogs of artists like Neil Young, Shakira, Justin Bieber and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. In the company’s complex structure, Hipgnosis Songs Fund is an “investment trust,” which is listed on the London Stock Exchange and owns the rights to tens of thousands of songs. A separate company, Hipgnosis Song Management — which has been run by Mercuriadis — is its “investment adviser,” doing much of the dealmaking and administration work for those songs. In 2021, Blackstone invested $1 billion to take majority control over the adviser firm. The board of Hipgnosis Songs Fund voted on Monday to accept Blackstone’s offer of $1.6 billion for the company’s assets, the company announced early Tuesday.
Persons: Merck Mercuriadis, Neil Young, Shakira, Justin Bieber, Beyoncé, Elton John, Mercuriadis —, , Blackstone Organizations: London Stock Exchange
Wall Street’s game theoryAs more leading Democrats say privately that President Biden should withdraw from the presidential race, some of the party’s most prominent backers on Wall Street spent the holiday weekend debating what to do next. If they favor calling for him to step back, they discussed what their next moves should be. Wall Street is taking a different approach than Hollywood. (Many are also reportedly irate at Jeffrey Katzenberg, Biden’s campaign co-chair.) And many donors want to maintain their influence within the Democratic Party.
Persons: Biden, Larry Fink, BlackRock, Robert Rubin, Jon Gray, Blackstone, Peter Orszag, Lazard, Blair Effron, Robert Wolf, Barack Obama —, DealBook, Reed Hastings, Barry Diller, Rob Reiner, Abigail Disney, Jeffrey Katzenberg Organizations: Wall, Treasury, Centerview Partners, UBS, Hollywood, Netflix, IAC, Democratic Party
Cramer's Lightning Round: KKR is 'the foremost'
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Persons: Ferguson, Petroleo, It's, I've, I'm Organizations: KKR, Petroleo, Partners, Resource Partners
The best-performing exchange-traded funds in the second half will likely be decided by broader shifts in the markets and economy. Even with mounting uncertainty, however, there are some types of ETFs that could emerge as winners. Equities A handful of stocks were big winners in the first half, and some narrowly focused ETFs were able to ride that wave. Single-stock funds tied to Nvidia have also seen heavy interest, including the GraniteShares 2x Long Nvidia ETF (NVDL) . However, Hougan said he didn't think that omission would be a big hurdle for ETF investors.
Persons: Michael Arone, Arone, Jay Jacobs, Jacobs, Todd Sohn, bullish, we're, Sohn, Matt Hougan, Hougan Organizations: Federal Reserve, U.S, SPDR, State Street Global Advisors, Nvidia, Microsoft, NYSE Technology, iShares, Digital Infrastructure, Real, U.S . Tech, Blackstone Senior Loan, Loan Fund, New, Bitwise Asset Management, ETH Locations: U.S
Getty Images; Shutterstock; BIThe traditional path to private equity starts with an investment banking job out of college. In 2023, private equity firms started reaching out in July before junior investment bankers finished their summer training. But at its core, private equity is in the business of making money by buying and running companies. Samantha Lee/InsiderA small group of headhunters and other advisors hold power over the private equity recruitment process. More on private equity pay and hiring:Have private equity's 'Hunger Games' recruiting tactics gone too far?
Persons: , Blackstone, Apollo isn't, Goldman Sachs, it's, David Wurtzbacher, Wurtzbacher, Wharton, Graham Weaver, you've, Samantha Lee, We've, Jon Gray, Drew Angerer, Skye Gould, Steve Schwarzman, Jonathan Gray, Gray, Thoma Bravo, Atlantic's, Carlyle, Warburg Pincus, Wharton's, Axel Springer Organizations: Service, Apollo, KKR, Business, Getty, CPA, BI, Alpine Partners, Alpine's, Harvard Business School, Stanford's Graduate School of Business, Alpine, of Foreign Labor, Bain Capital, Blackstone, Harvard, Games, Wall, Citadel, headhunters, dealmakers, Private, PJT Partners, Centerbridge, of Michigan Locations: San Francisco, UPenn, Carlyle, Blackstone, Axel
In today's big story, we're looking at President Joe Biden showing no signs of giving up his reelection campaign while former President Donald Trump secured a win from the Supreme Court . AdvertisementBiden's campaign has been in full-blown crisis mode after the president's disastrous debate against former President Donald Trump last week. AdvertisementMeanwhile, Trump secured a big win in his immunity case . The Supreme Court ruled that former presidents don't get absolute immunity from criminal charges related to actions under the scope of the presidency, but they do get some. 3 things in techStefani Reynolds/BloombergBig Tech gets a big win from the Supreme Court.
Persons: , Joe Biden, Donald Trump, he's, Biden, Allison Joyce, Getty, Tyler Le, he'd, it'd, John L, Dorman, Biden's, Manuel Balce Ceneta, Jacquelyn Martin, Kamala Harris, Gavin Newsom, Gretchen Whitmer, Harris, isn't, Trump, don't, Justice Sonia Sotomayor, Alyssa Powell, David Kelly, Jonathan Xiong, Blackstone, Keith Lerner, Truist, Stefani Reynolds, OpenAI, It's, Gen Zers, Kevin Costner's, Kevin Costner, Dan DeFrancesco, Jordan Parker Erb, Hallam Bullock, Annie Smith, Amanda Yen Organizations: Service, Michelin, Business, The New York Times, Biden, Democrats, Trump, Justice, Getty, Citadel, Bloomberg Big Tech, ChatGPT, Atlantic Locations: Manhattan, Asia, Millennium, New York, London
Hotshot Wall Street lawyers are now so in demand that bidding wars between firms for their services can resemble the frenzy among teams to sign star athletes. In recent years, highly profitable private equity giants like Apollo, Blackstone and KKR have moved beyond company buyouts into real estate, private lending, insurance and other businesses, amassing trillions of dollars in assets. As their demand for legal services has skyrocketed, they have become big revenue drivers for law firms. This is pushing up lawyers’ pay across the industry, including at some of Wall Street’s most prestigious firms, such as Kirkland & Ellis; Simpson Thacher & Bartlett; Davis Polk; Latham & Watkins; and Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison. Lawyers with close ties to private equity increasingly enjoy pay and prestige similar to those of star lawyers who represent America’s blue-chip companies and advise them on high-profile mergers, takeover battles and litigation.
Persons: Simpson Thacher, Davis Polk, Paul, Weiss Organizations: Blackstone, KKR, Kirkland, Ellis, Bartlett, Latham, Watkins, Garrison, Lawyers Locations: Rifkind, Wharton
Arrowpoint, a $1 billion multi-strategy fund from former Millennium exec Jonathan Xiong, launched Monday. AdvertisementSome of the world's biggest hedge fund investors are backing former Millennium executive Jonathan Xiong's new Arrowpoint Investment Partners. The Asia-based multistrategy fund is launching with $1 billion and has secured big-name allocators, including Blackstone, Canada's largest pension, and Singapore's sovereign wealth fund Temasek. Globally, the biggest multistrategy managers like Citadel and Xiong's old firm Millennium continue to crowd out smaller competitors by poaching talent and hoovering up assets. Locally, the Asian hedge fund market has newcomers entering the fray and longtime players beefing up their rosters.
Persons: Jonathan Xiong, , Jonathan Xiong's, beefing Organizations: Service, Arrowpoint Investment Partners, Blackstone, Temasek, Citadel, Business Locations: Singapore, Hong Kong, Asia
Lockdown was a grill (seller)’s best friendIt’s not a result of Americans cooking outside on grills less. Roy Morchian, owner of American Royal Hardware in Montclair, New Jersey, says grill sales have returned to pre-pandemic levels at the local True Value franchise. Downey sees Home Depot’s grill sales stabilizing now following the lockdown-driven high. Weber Grills are offered for sale at a home improvement store on July 23, 2021 in Palatine, Illinois. Traeger Grills holds demos and activations at Home Depot, Ace Hardware, and specialty retailers across the country.
Persons: Weber, , Brian Bushfield, It’s, Roy Morchian, Paul Glader, Joe Downey, Jessica Hernandez, ” Corey Martin, Traeger’s, Covid, ” Martin, Downey, Scott Olson, Jeremy Andrus, Simeon Siegel, they’re, , Price, Shikhiu Ing, fryer, Andrus, Ayla Dunkley, Dunkley Organizations: CNN, West, Barbecue Association, American, Hardware, Depot Senior Merchant, CNN San Diego Grill, Texas, Grill, Downey, Getty, Weber, Rewards, Depot, BMO Capital Markets, US Department of Agriculture, , , American Farm Bureau Federation Locations: Traqline, San Diego , California, Covid, Montclair , New Jersey, Montclair , NJ, Houston, Palatine , Illinois, Bloomfield , New Jersey, Newark , New Jersey, Pennsylvania
Morgan Stanley sees a comeback in Wall Street deals underway — and expects some financial stocks to reap the benefits. However, Goldman Sachs said sponsor-led mergers and acquisitions do not necessarily need a decrease in interest rates to take off. Stadnik said a capital markets renaissance is one key reason to be overweight money center banks. Of this group, he called Goldman Sachs the "purest play" on this theme. Goldman Sachs shares have climbed more than 15% this year.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Andrei Stadnik, Stadnik, Morgan Stanley's, Goldman Sachs, Blackstone, Morgan, LSEG Organizations: Wall Street, JPMorgan, LSEG Locations: U.S
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In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailCalls of the Day: Home Depot, Accenture, Shopify, Blackstone & CaterpillarThe Investment Committee discuss the latest Calls of the Day.
Organizations: Depot, Accenture, Shopify, Blackstone & Caterpillar The Investment
The highest-paid CEOs don't all lead the world's biggest companies. On Monday, C-Suite Comp published its list of the highest-paid CEOs of 2023 based on "total compensation granted," a measure that includes executives' salaries, bonuses, perks and stock options, among other factors. CEOs often receive restricted stock or options as a significant part of their compensation, the value of which can fluctuate based on the company's performance and market conditions. This new measure of executive earnings, dubbed "compensation actually paid" under SEC rules, is designed to help stakeholders better understand how executive pay aligns with the company's financial performance. Here's how much the U.S.'s best-paid CEOs are being awarded, as of 2023:
Organizations: Apple, Blackstone, Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC Locations: U.S
The promise of a more rapid climb up the corporate ladder has made Alpine's CIT program incredibly popular. While it's too soon to know how Alpine's CIT program ranked this year, it received 750 applications for just 12 slots. AdvertisementAnderman's own non-conventional career took her from college dropout to ballet dancer to the world of international development to business school. When she interviewed for her job at Alpine, Weaver asked how she could handle the job with no prior experience. — Alpine's founder and CEO — Alpine's founder and CEOThe first attribute the company looks for is IQ, but not in the traditional kind.
Persons: , it's, Tal Lee Anderman, you've, Tal Lee Anderson, Graham Weaver, GSB, Weaver, whittle, Anderman, David Wurtzbacher, Wurtzbacher, they're, Geoff Smart Organizations: Service, Business, CIT, Harvard Business School, Stanford's, School of Business, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, Harvard, Tal Lee Anderson Alpine, Stanford, Wharton, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern, University of Chicago Booth School of Business, Alpine, Alpine's San, Citadel, Yale Law School, America Locations: Alpine's, Alpine's San Francisco, Blackstone, Anderman, Manhattan, Jackson , Mississippi, Hong Kong
Overall, Mr. Trump was a daunting $100 million behind Mr. Biden at the start of April. And for the first time, Mr. Trump’s principal campaign committee had more cash than Mr. Biden’s: $116.5 million to $91.6 million. report does not translate to boots on the ground tomorrow,” Dan Kanninen, Mr. Biden’s battleground states director, said in an interview. So far, Mr. Biden has enjoyed a tremendous advertising advantage over Mr. Trump. Hopefully that changes as we get even closer.”For now, Mr. Biden is racing to replenish his coffers in June.
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There's a lot to like about private credit right now, according to UBS. "We still have defaults very low on the private credit side, lower than what we're seeing on public. "With private credit, you don't know how things might change going forward," she explained. While there are some good players in private credit, there are others who are not, he said. Investing in BDCs Another way to get exposure to private credit is by investing in the public stocks of the business development companies, or BDCs, that are doing the private lending.
Persons: Leslie Falconio, Falconio, Jamie Dimon, Dimon Organizations: UBS, Blackstone Private Credit Fund, Franklin BSP Private Credit Fund, SEC Locations: UBS Americas, Franklin, BDCs
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailTravelPerk buys US rival AmTrav, raises $135 million from Blackstone, BlueOwlAvi Meir, TravelPerk's CEO and co-founder, discusses the company's acquisition of American competitor AmTrav and the broader state of play in the corporate travel market.
Persons: BlueOwl Avi Meir, AmTrav Locations: Blackstone
But investors with a greater risk appetite or a longer runway to retirement can consider stocks. CNBC Pro asked the experts what stocks they would buy that are suited to long-term investing for retirement purposes. Dziubinski named three stocks which she says look undervalued but will make "great long-term investments" at current prices. Starbucks Dziubinski says Starbucks ' brand and pricing power have earned it a wide economic moat rating, which according to the firm refers to a company's durable competitive advantage. Wheaton Precious Metals Regal Point Capital's Marolia named Wheaton Precious Metals as a stock with long-term potential.
Persons: Susan Dziubinski, Dziubinski, Vijay Marolia, Morningstar, Marolia, it's, Wheaton, we've, we're Organizations: Morningstar, CNBC Pro, Regal Point, Consumer, Johnson, Brands, Nike Nike, Nike, Wheaton Precious, Wheaton Precious Metals, Blackstone Group
To help fund the deal and TravelPerk's broader expansion efforts, the company also raised $135 million in debt financing from private equity firms Blackstone and Blue Owl. Avi Meir, TravelPerk's CEO and co-founder, told CNBC the deal would allow the company to turbocharge its growth in the United States. He expects the deal to double TravelPerk's U.S. revenues and make the country its biggest revenue-generating region by 2026. The Global Business Travel Association estimated that the US corporate travel sector was worth $329 billion in 2023. TravelPerk said its U.S. office footprint would expand to include AmTrav's offices in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles and Miami.
Persons: Avi Meir, Meir, AmTrav, TravelPerk Organizations: CNBC, Blackstone, American Airlines, Business Travel Association, TravelPerk Locations: Chicago, U.S, United States, Britain, Boston , Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami
Read previewWhat's the most sought-after job opportunity for graduating students of top business schools like Harvard Business School, Wharton at UPenn, and Stanford's Graduate School of Business? For the 2024 CIT program, which starts this summer, Alpine received 750 applications for just 12 slots, giving it an acceptance rate of 1.6%. Related stories"You're moving from Yale Law School and Harvard Business School to Jackson, Mississippi, to run a plumbing company," Anderman said as an example. Wurtzbacher also got invaluable leadership training from Weaver, a longtime professor at Stanford's Business School and winner of the MBA Distinguished Teaching Award in 2024. The CIT program is so attractive to them because it offers a clear path to doing this by leading a company.
Persons: , Wharton, David Wurtzbacher, Wurtzbacher, Tal Lee Anderman, Graham Weaver, Weaver, JP, Graham, Anderman, they're, they've Organizations: Service, Harvard Business School, Stanford's Graduate School of Business, McKinsey, Business, Investors, Harvard, Stanford Business School, Green, Partners, CIT, Alpine's CIT, Wharton, Alpine, BI, Yale Law School, Alpine's San, Stanford's Business School, Stanford Locations: UPenn, San Francisco, Stanford, Manhattan, America, Jackson , Mississippi, Alpine's, Alpine's San Francisco, York, Carolinas, Virginia
Read previewWhat's the most sought-after job opportunity for graduating students of top business schools like Harvard Business School, Wharton at UPenn, and Stanford's Graduate School of Business? For the 2024 CIT program, which starts this summer, Alpine received 750 applications for just 12 slots, giving it an acceptance rate of 1.6%. Related stories"You're moving from Yale Law School and Harvard Business School to Jackson, Mississippi, to run a plumbing company," Anderman said as an example. Wurtzbacher also got invaluable leadership training from Weaver, a longtime professor at Stanford's Business School and winner of the MBA Distinguished Teaching Award in 2024. The CIT program is so attractive to them because it offers a clear path to doing this by leading a company.
Persons: , Wharton, David Wurtzbacher, Wurtzbacher, Tal Lee Anderman, Graham Weaver, Weaver, JP, Graham, Anderman, they're, they've Organizations: Service, Harvard Business School, Stanford's Graduate School of Business, McKinsey, Business, Investors, Harvard, Stanford Business School, Green, Partners, CIT, Alpine's CIT, Wharton, Alpine, BI, Yale Law School, Alpine's San, Stanford's Business School, Stanford Locations: UPenn, San Francisco, Stanford, Manhattan, America, Jackson , Mississippi, Alpine's, Alpine's San Francisco, York, Carolinas, Virginia
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