Top related persons:
Top related locs:
Top related orgs:

Search resuls for: "Brian Evans Fred Imbert"


20 mentions found


Analyst Brian Essex upgraded Zscaler to overweight from neutral and raised his price target to $230 per share from $205. The bank upgraded the software stock to overweight from neutral on Friday, and raised its price target to $580 per share from $570. Champine reiterated a buy rating on the wholesaler and raised its price target to $940 per share from $890. The analyst upgraded shares of BofA to outperform from market perform and raised his price target to $46 per share from $37. He has an overweight rating and a price target of $52, implying upside of 20% over the next 12 months.
Persons: KBW, Piper Sandler, Pinterest, Brian Essex, Essex, — Brian Evans, Mark Murphy, Laura Champine, Champine, Keefe, David Konrad, Konrad, Brian Evans, Thomas Champion, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, of America, JPMorgan, Security, Zero Trust Network Security, Adobe, Wall, Costco, Bank of America, Bank, America Locations: U.S, Los Angeles
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.
Persons: Oppenheimer, Baird, Ben Kallo, Kallo, — Brian Evans, Apple's, Samik Chatterjee, WWDC, Atif Malik, We're, Goldman Sachs Michael Ng, OpenAI, Brian Evans, Morgan Stanley, Adam Jonas, Ford, Jonas, Ford's, Rick Schafer, Schafer, Reginald Smith, Smith, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, Nvidia, JPMorgan, iPhone, Citi, Ford, China EV Locations: Monday's
Daiwa raised its price target to $1,325 on Nvidia, calling for more than 15% upside. Mizuho, meanwhile, upgraded PayPal to buy from neutral with a price target that implies more than 45% upside. — Brian Evans 5:46 a.m.: Daiwa increases Nvidia price target, says company is AI's 'big winner' Shares of soaring chipmaker Nvidia have more room to run, according to Daiwa Capital Markets. Analyst Louis Miscioscia raised his price target on the chipmaker to $1,325 from $900, which implies more than 15% upside from Wednesday's close. Nvidia stock has gained roughly 132% in 2024, adding to last year's 238% surge, as investors cheer the company's AI prospects.
Persons: Daiwa, Mizuho, Okta's, OKTA, Peter Levine, Brian Evans, Maheep Mandloi, — Brian Evans, Baird, Michael Ha, Ha, Louis Miscioscia, Miscioscia, Dan Dolev, Dolev, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, Nvidia, PayPal, Mizuho Securities, Solar Mizuho Securities, UnitedHealth, Daiwa, Markets, Mizuho, comm Locations: Wednesday's, OptumCare
A chipmaker was among Monday's biggest analyst calls along with a hospital stock. Morgan Stanley upgraded Micron Technology and raised its price target on the stock — though it sees only limited gains ahead. U.S. Steel shares have dropped more than 26% year to date. The bank upgraded the computer memory stock to equal weight from underweight and increased its price target to $130 per share from $98. He also raised hi 12-month price target to $226 from $189, implying upside of 27% from Friday's close.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Dell, Samik Chatterjee, Bernstein, Toni Sacconaghi, DELL, — Brian Evans, Jefferies, Christopher LaFemina, LaFemina, Stifel, Ruben Roy, Baird, Tristan Gerra, Tom O'Malley, Brian Evans, Micron Technology Morgan Stanley, Morgan Stanley's, Joseph Moore, Moore, AJ Rice, Rice, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, Micron Technology, UBS, Universal Health Services, JPMorgan, Dell, Jefferies, U.S, Steel, U.S . Steel, Nippon Steel's, Wall, TAM, Nvidia, Barclays Locations: U.S, Friday's
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
The bank's price target implies more than 35% upside. Citi also increased its price target to $47 per share from $38, which implies more than 30% upside from Thursday's $36.06 close. The firm upgraded shares of the drive-through coffee company to buy from hold and raised its target price to $46 per share from $33. Dutch Bros stock has ticked up roughly 4% in 2024, lagging the broader market. The firm upgraded the conglomerate to buy and raises its price target to $115 per share from $91.13.
Persons: abate, Jon Tower, Brian Evans, TD Cowen, Cowen, Andrew M, Charles said, — Brian Evans, Chris O'Cull, Wesley Brooks, Brooks, Brandon Nispel, Nispel, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, Warner Bros, Discovery, HSBC, Citi, Cheesecake, Bros, MMM
Goldman Sachs hiked its price target on Nvidia, calling for nearly 20% more gains ahead. The firm upgraded shares of Target to buy from neutral, and reiterated its $180 per share price target. The firm upgraded the clothing retailer to buy from neutral and increased its target price to $28 per share from $21. — Brian Evans 5:45 a.m.: Goldman Sachs raises Nvidia price target on still strong AI demand Goldman Sachs sees enough demand for artificial intelligence to drive sky high Nvidia even higher. The firm reiterated a buy rating on the chipmaker and raised its 12-month price target on the chipmaker to $1,100 from $1,000.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, TGT, Paul Lejuez, — Brian Evans, Wall, Brian Evans, Stephanie Yee, Toshiya Hari, Myles Allsop, Allsop, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, Nvidia, UBS, Vale, Citi, Target, JPMorgan, UL Solutions, UL Locations: Monday's, North America, U.S, stoke, RIO
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.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Baird, Morgan Stanley's, CVNA, Adam Jonas, — Brian Evans, Wells, Mike Mayo, Mayo, Brian Evans, Johnson, Damian Karas, " Karas, Tristan Gerra, Gerra, Carlos De Alba, Alba, De Alba, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, U.S, Steel, Micron Technology, Wells Fargo, Citi, UBS, Johnson, JCI, Micron, MU, Nippon Steel, U.S . Steel, . Steel Locations: Carvana, Wells Fargo, Friday's, U.S
Meanwhile, Canaccord Genuity initiated Coty with a buy rating and a price target that implied more than 30% upside. The firm initiated coverage of the restaurant chain stock with an equal weight rating and a $58 per share price target. The firm upgraded shares of the health technology company to buy from hold in a Sunday note and increased its target price to $178 from $140. The firm downgraded the computer peripherals maker to underweight from equal weight and lowered its price target to $75 per share from $85. The firm initiated coverage of the online forum stock with an equal weight rating and a $45 per share price target.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Canaccord Genuity, Coty, Cava's, Jeffrey A, Bernstein, — Brian Evans, Jensen Huang, Atif Malik, Raimo Lenschow, Brian Evans, Masimo, MASI, Rick Wise, Logitech Morgan Stanley, Morgan Stanley's, Erik Woodring, Reddit, Morgan, Brian Nowak, Nowak, Canaccord, Susan Anderson, Anderson, COTY, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, Barclays, Cava, Citi, Nvidia Citi, Nvidia, NVIDIA, Microsoft, Logitech, Coty, COTY Locations: Friday's, Cava, Taiwan, U.S
A major U.S. bank and a legacy tech name were the focus of some of Tuesday's biggest analyst calls. The firm upgraded the apparel stock to overweight from neutral, and raised its price target to $31 per share from $26. The firm resumed coverage of the legacy tech company with an overweight rating and a $58 per share price target. He reiterated his $64 price target on the stock, implying upside of 10.7%. Additionally, he sees "greater risk to the achievement of our price target as the Fed rate cutting cycle begin."
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Matthew Boss, — Brian Evans, Goldman Sachs, Molson Coors Goldman Sachs, Molson, Molson Coors, Bonnie Herzog, Bud Light, Brian Evans, Goldman, Mark Delaney, Cisco, Morgan Stanley's, David Rochester, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, Cisco Systems, JPMorgan, Eagle Outfitters JPMorgan, American Eagle Outfitters, Eagle Outfitters, Molson Coors, Molson, TAP, Tesla, Cisco, Wells Locations: U.S, Wells, Americas, EVs, Wells Fargo, 2H24, Rochester
Bernstein lowered its price target on Tesla, calling for 30% downside. Meanwhile, Mizuho raised its price target on Micron, citing a growing AI opportunity. The firm reiterated a buy rating on the computer storage and memory stock on Monday and raised its price target to $130 per share from $124. — Brian Evans 5:53 a.m.: Bernstein cuts Tesla price target Longtime Tesla bear Toni Sacconaghi lowered his price target on the EV maker to $120 from $150, citing growing demand constraints. TSLA YTD mountain TSLA ytd — Fred Imbert
Persons: Bernstein, Mizuho, Jason Getz, — Brian Evans, Toni Sacconaghi, Tesla, Sacconaghi, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, Micron, Mizuho, Mizuho Securities Locations: China, Europe
However, the company also said it sees single-digit revenue growth for fiscal 2025. UBS reiterated a neutral rating alongside its $310 per share price target on Salesforce, or more than 3% upside ahead. Product revenue growth of 33% year over year in the fourth-quarter was also below Wall Street estimates. Murphy noted there's a disconnect between what Barrick has accomplished in the past five years and its stock price. "We see asset disposals and cost improvements as likely to reverse share price weakness as the market recognizes the strength of the asset portfolio."
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Snowflake, Jefferies, TD Cowen downgrades Macy's TD Cowen, Oliver Chen, Macy's, — Brian Evans, Brad Sills, Brian Evans, AutoNation Morgan Stanley, AutoNation, Morgan Stanley's, Mike Manley, Adam Jonas, Salesforce, Amy Weaver, Goldman Sachs, Kash Rangan, Bank of America's Brad Sills, Morgan Stanley downgrades Snowflake, Snowflake's, Frank Slootman, Keith Weiss, Matthew Murphy, Murphy, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, Barrick, Mining, Bank of America, of America, TAM, Bank of America's, UBS, StreetAccount, Jefferies, Barrick Gold, Newmont, Newcrest Locations: Africa, East
A railroad stock and a fast food giant were in focus Wednesday among early analyst calls. Barclays raised its rating on Norfolk Southern to a buy-equivalent rating, and his new price target calls for about 20% upside. The firm downgraded the retailer to reduce from hold and maintained a $323 per share price target. — Brian Evans 5:44 a.m.: Barclays upgrades Norfolk Southern Norfolk Southern could see a shake-up to its leadership, and Barclays thinks these changes could lead to strong gains for the stock. He also hiked his price price target to $305 from $255.
Persons: SolarEdge's, Morgan Stanley, Andrew Percoco, Goldman Sachs, Brian Lee, SEDG, Vikram Bagri said.Bagri, — Brian Evans, Piper Sandler, Piper Sandler's, Rob D, Owens, Brian Evans, Daniela Bretthauer, John Ivankoe, Brandon Oglenski, Ancora, It's, Alan Shaw, Oglenski, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, Barclays, Norfolk, JPMorgan, Palo Alto Networks, billings, Palo Alto, HSBC downgrades Home, Depot, HSBC, Home Depot, JPMorgan downgrades, Norfolk Southern, NSC Locations: Wendy's, Norfolk Southern Norfolk Southern, Norfolk Southern, Norfolk
The firm downgraded the cosmetics stock to hold from buy but maintained $530 per share price target. The firm maintained a neutral rating alongside a $13 per share price target, implying nearly 10% upside ahead. The firm is standing by an underperform rating on Robinhood stock with a $12 per share price target. HSBC downgraded the software stock to hold but maintained its $22 per share price target. First Solar shares have lagged in 2024, losing 11.6% amid concern that Federal Reserve rate cuts may not arrive until later than anticipated.
Persons: Ulta, Anthony Chukumba, Chukumba, Brian Evans, Christopher Danely, — Brian Evans, Robinhood's, Robinhood, LSEG, JPMorgan's Kenneth Worthington, Goldman Sachs, Will Nance, America's Craig Siegenthaler, Wells, Biogen, Mohit Bansal, Stephen Bersey, Christopher Dendrinos, Dendrinos, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, U.S, Wednesday, RBC, HSBC, Palantir, Citi, Revenue, Bank, America's, Technologies, RBC Capital Markets, Enphase Energy, Shoals Technologies Locations: 2024e, Tuesday's, U.S
The firm named the stock a top pick for 2024 and reiterated an overweight rating alongside a $105 per share price target. The firm downgraded the health insurance stock to neutral from buy, and lowered its price target to $370 per share from $530. Sur reiterated an underweight rating on Intel stock alongside a $37 per share price target, or more than 25% downside moving forward. Deutsche Bank's Ross Seymour reiterated a hold rating on the stock as well as a $42 per share price target, implying about 15% downside. Analysts Benjamin Black upgraded the Snapchat parent company to buy from hold and raised his price target to $19 from $10.
Persons: Oppenheimer, Wells, Timur Braziler, — Brian Evans, AJ Rice, Brian Evans, Piper Sandler downgrades, Bancorp Piper Sandler, Piper Sandler's, Scott Siefers, Harlan Sur, Sur, America's Vivek Arya, Arya, Deutsche Bank's Ross Seymour, Seymour, Owen Lau, Lau, Coinbase, Analysts Benjamin Black, Black, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, Deutsche Bank, UBS downgrades Humana, UBS, Humana, Piper Sandler downgrades U.S, Bancorp, U.S . Bancorp, Intel, . Bank, America's, GM, Deutsche, U.S . Securities, Exchange Commission, Analysts Locations: Wells Fargo, Puerto Rican, ., Coinbase, Thursday's, China
Oppenheimer downgraded Home Depot and Lowe's to perform from outperform, cutting its price targets on both names. On a more upbeat note, Goldman Sachs upgraded Brazilian payments stock StoneCo, calling for more gains ahead after a strong 2023. "While lululemon's fundamentals are undoubtedly best-in-class, we do not see the valuation as compelling enough for us to recommend investors buy at current share price levels." Oppenheimer's forecast implies roughly 5% downside moving forward for Home Depot stock and 5% upside for Lowe's. Shares of Home Depot have added 5% so far this year while Lowe's stock has slipped more than 1%.
Persons: Oppenheimer, Lowe's, Goldman Sachs, Hunt, Thomas Wadewitz, Brian Evans, Morgan Stanley, Morgan Stanley's, Lisa De Neve, — Brian Evans, Lululemon, LULU 1Y, Anne, Laure Bismuth, Brian Nagel, Tito Labarta, Labarta, — Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, UBS, HSBC downgrades, HSBC, Lowe's, Home Depot Locations: Hunt, J.B, LULU, Brazil
Early analyst calls on Wednesday included a downgrade to a legacy automaker and a rerating for a crypto mining stock that won big last year. "As we have parsed through our numbers, we think the road to recovery will be tougher for SEDG from the perspectives of top line, gross margins, and market share," analyst Christine Cho said. Morgan Stanley stock has slipped nearly 8% this year. The firm downgraded Ford to neutral from buy in a Tuesday note and reiterated a $12 per share price target. Ford shares have struggled this year, losing 6%.
Persons: BTIG, Wall, Joseph Spak, Spak, — Brian Evans, Barclays downgrades SolarEdge, Christine Cho, Cho, SolarEdge, JPMorgan downgrades Morgan Stanley, Morgan Stanley, Ted Pick, Kian Abouhossein, UBS downgrades Ford, Ford, Jim Farley's, Gregory Lewis, Lewis, MARA 1Y, MARA, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, UBS, Ford Motor, Barclays downgrades, Barclays, SolarEdge, Enphase Energy, JPMorgan, Ford, U.S, General Motors, Crypto, Marathon, Marathon Digital, BTC Locations: U.S, Tuesday's
Goldman Sachs raised its price target on General Motors after the stock's best day since early 2021. The bank reiterated a buy rating as well as a top pick label, accompanied by a $300 per share price target. Goldman Sachs also maintained its buy rating and increased its target price to $345 per share from $340. To be sure, it maintained its $16 per share price target, which implies more than 3% downside from Wednesday's $16.52 close. — Brian Evans 5:45 a.m ET: Goldman raises GM price target Goldman Sachs analyst Mark Delaney increased his price target on General Motors to $45 from $42 after a series of bullish moves by the auto giant.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, 31.6x, Eric Heath, Wells, Andrew Nowinski, — Brian Evans, José Neves, Marvin Fong, Brian Evans, Salesforce, Brad Sills, Kash Rangan, Jefferies, Snapchat, Pinterest, James Heaney, Meta Marshall, Mark Delaney, Delaney, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, General Motors, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Wall, Bank of America, SNAP, Goldman, GM Locations: Okta, America
Wednesday's batch of analyst research included bullish calls on a credit card giant and a sports betting name. The firm downgraded the pharmaceutical stock to neutral from overweight and lowered its price target to $55 per share from $68. The bank downgraded the Canadian Solar to underweight from neutral in a Wednesday note and lowered its price target to $22 per share from $32. The analyst noted that the guidance given confirms his bull case for the stock, which consists of a $70 price target. The bank initiated coverage of the credit card giant with an overweight rating and a $184 per share price target — which implies more than 17% upside from Tuesday's close.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Guggenheim, John DiFucci, there's, Brian Evans, Cantor Fitzgerald downgrades, Myers Squibb Cantor Fitzgerald, We've, Olivia Brayer, Myers Squibb, — Brian Evans, Julien Dumoulin, Smith, Wells, Omar Mejias, Mark Strouse, DraftKings, Stephen Grambling, Grambling, Fred Imbert, millennials, Z, Gen, Terry Ma Organizations: CNBC, Barclays, American Express, Guggenheim, FactSet, Myers Squibb, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Warner Music Group, accel, JPMorgan, American Locations: Bristol, Generac, Europe, CSIQ
The firm upgraded shares to neutral from sell in a Wednesday note, and slightly increased its target price to $5.50 from $5. The firm upgraded the offshore drilling company to overweight from equal weight in a Thursday note and raised its price target to $106 from $84. The bank reiterated a buy rating on Disney with a $120 per share price target, or about 42% upside from Wednesday's $84.50 close. Bank of America's Jessica Reif Ehrlich also reiterated a buy rating on Disney, albeit with a $110 per share price target, which implies more than 30% upside. The bank initiated coverage of the electric vehicle giant with a reduce rating accompanied by a $146 per share price target.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, Ygal Arounian, — Brian Evans, Bud Light, Carlos Laboy, BUD, Brian Evans, EBITDA, Stephanie Yee, Parker, Banks, Parker Hannifin, Nicole DeBlase, Eddie Kim, Brett Feldman, Bank of America's Jessica Reif Ehrlich, Bob Iger's, Michael Montani, Greg Melich, — Fred Imbert, Tesla, Michael Tyndall Organizations: CNBC, Tesla, HSBC, ISI, Analysts, Citi, Anheuser, Busch InBev HSBC, Busch InBev, Middle America, InBev, BUD, JPMorgan, Montrose Environmental, Deutsche Bank, Barclays, Disney, Bank of America's Locations: China, U.S, North America, Montrose, 3Q23, EBITDA, Valaris
Total: 20