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Pictured here is the Zeekr 001 electric car at a services trade fair in Beijing on Aug. 31, 2023. China News Service | China News Service | Getty ImagesBEIJING — Chinese electric car brand Zeekr is selling more vehicles than Tesla in parts of China, and plans to expand in Europe and Latin America this year, Zeekr CEO Andy An told CNBC on Wednesday. For the first three weeks of April, Zeekr sold 500 more cars than Tesla in the province of Zhejiang, where Zeekr and its parent company Geely are based. Zeekr also slightly outsold Tesla in the province of Anhui, near Shanghai, and Guangxi, an autonomous region in southern China. The rapid rise of Chinese electric car companies, however, has also prompted the EU and U.S. to consider measures for protecting their own auto industries.
Persons: Andy, Elon, Tesla, Zeekr Organizations: China News Service, Getty, CNBC, EU Locations: Beijing, BEIJING, China, Europe, Latin America, Zhejiang, Anhui, Shanghai, Guangxi, Sweden, Netherlands, America, Hong Kong, Macao, Singapore
One strategist, however is looking keenly at European equities, and notes that "Europe isn't a boring market." "You would hope that will translate through to the stock market in terms of company earnings growth in Europe. "While you might see some kind of short-term downturn, in the longer-term the picture is very positive for the sector," Field added. He sees value in payments, which he described as "one of the most undervalued parts of European financial services." The sector has trailed market performance, with valuations looking "interesting" over the last 12 months, Morningstar noted in its recent report.
Persons: Michael Field, Field, Morningstar Organizations: CNBC Pro, European Central Bank, Consumer, Swatch Group, Financial, Morningstar, ING Bank, Group, Health, Novo Nordisk Locations: U.S, Europe, Netherlands, British, Swiss
Gek Teng Pang founded Surrey Hills Grocer in 2021. Success didn't come easy for Pang Gek Teng. Today, she is the proud founder and CEO of Surrey Hills Grocer, an Australian-inspired grocer and café brand with five locations across Singapore. Navigating the entrepreneurial worldBetween quitting her job and starting Surrey Hills Grocer, Pang founded five different businesses. Pang opened her first Surrey Hills Grocer store in December 2021, and eventually went on to open four other locations.
Persons: Gek Teng Pang, Pang Gek Teng, Pang, That's, , Alvin Lau, she's Organizations: Surrey Hills Grocer, CNBC, Surrey Hills, University of Newcastle, CNBC she's Locations: Singapore, Australian, Australia, Surry Hills
CNBC's Jim Cramer on Wednesday suggested that Vertiv 's red-hot business and stock may not cool anytime soon. Over the past 12 months, Vertiv shares have soared nearly 600%. 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: CNBC's Jim Cramer, Cramer, Vertiv, Dave Cote, Cote, Jensen Huang, Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Jim, Pavlo Gonchar Organizations: Honeywell International, Cramer's Charitable Trust, CNBC, Club, Honeywell, Nvidia, Vertiv Holdings, Getty Locations: Cramer's, Ohio
CNBC TechCheck Evening Edition: April 24, 2024
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailCNBC TechCheck Evening Edition: April 24, 2024CNBC's TechCheck brings you the latest in tech news from CNBC's 1 Market in the heart of San Francisco.
Persons: TechCheck Organizations: CNBC Locations: San Francisco
AI is transformative, but it's hard to determine its stock winners, Howard Marks told CNBC. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementArtificial intelligence might end up changing the world, but that alone can't determine the success of its underlying assets, Howard Marks said. When it comes to AI, Marks acknowledged the technology's transformative potential, and he himself can't say whether its beneficiaries are already under or overvalued. "So to say well, I think that AI will be very important, that's the easy part," the billionaire investor said.
Persons: Howard Marks, , it's, Marks, Goldman Sachs, Wall, Steve Eisman, they're Organizations: CNBC, Service, Bank of America
The Xiaomi SU7 on display at the Mobile World Congress 2024. Arjun Kharpal | CNBCBEIJING — Chinese smartphone company Xiaomi 's new electric vehicle is selling better than expected, putting it closer to break-even despite undercutting Tesla 's Model 3 on price. For context, Tesla China sold more than 600,000 cars last year, according to the China Passenger Car Association. Li Auto had a gross margin of 23.5% in the fourth quarter last year, while Nio's gross margin was 7.5%, both up from the year-ago period. Tesla's gross margin has successively declined over the past five quarters to 17.4% in the first three months of this year.
Persons: Arjun Kharpal, undercutting Tesla, Xiaomi, Lei Jun, Li Auto, Nio, Lei Organizations: Mobile, CNBC BEIJING, Citi, China Passenger Car Association, Li, CNBC Locations: Beijing, China
CNBC's Jim Cramer said Wednesday that he doesn't feel great about the market here, but is optimistic for the longer term. Cramer said the market's not so ugly that "cash is king" and investors should bail completely, but he indicated that it's still a good idea to have some on hand. Cash may not be king right here, but it certainly isn't pawn either." One cause for concern is the pull of the bond market, Cramer said, with some investors enticed by risk-free Treasurys. Stocks will decline if long-term bond yields continue to rise, he added, pointing out that this week's slew of colossal bond auctions could hurt equities.
Persons: CNBC's Jim Cramer, Cramer, We've, , Cash, It's, you'd Organizations: CNBC
Google's search chief Prabhakar Raghavan warned staff about a changing landscape, CNBC reported. He said life won't always be "hunky-dory" as rivals seek to challenge its search dominance. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementIt's time to brace for a new chapter, Google search chief Prabhakar Raghavan has reportedly warned staff. "It's not like life is going to be hunky-dory, forever," Raghavan also said, per the outlet.
Persons: Prabhakar Raghavan, dory, , Googlers, Raghavan Organizations: CNBC, Microsoft, Service, Google, Business
Gold and copper have been on fire, as geopolitical tensions mount, central banks buy up gold, and AI demand for copper grows. Copper, too, has done well, with copper futures hitting their highest level since 2022 last weekend. Stock picks He named Australian gold miner Northern Star and copper miner Southern Copper as stocks he's bullish on right now. He said against that backdrop, he's getting back into some gold mining stocks such as Gold Fields and K92 Mining. It said that copper demand will already "significantly exceed" supply starting this year — and that's not even accounting for demand growth from data centers.
Persons: Kingsley Jones, Jevons, CNBC's, Jones, Kamil Dimmich, Dimmich, he's, that's, Jefferies, Teck, Ian Roper, Michael Bloom Organizations: Wall Street, U.S . Federal Reserve, Stock, Northern Star, South, K92 Mining, Jefferies, JPMorgan, Teck Resources, North, Astris Advisory Japan KK, CNBC Locations: USA, Europe, South Capital, East, China, Freeport, McMoRan, Lundin, Teck, North America
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailDOJ says ex-Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao should serve three years in prison: CNBC Crypto WorldCNBC Crypto World features the latest news and daily trading updates from the digital currency markets and provides viewers with a look at what's ahead with high-profile interviews, explainers, and unique stories from the ever-changing crypto industry. On today's show, Anand Iyer, founder of Canonical Crypto, discusses the potential of merging blockchain technology and AI.
Persons: Changpeng Zhao, explainers, Anand Iyer, Canonical Crypto Organizations: DOJ, CNBC Crypto, CNBC
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailWatch CNBC's full interview with Bernstein's Toni Sacconaghi on Tesla earningsToni Sacconaghi, Bernstein, joins 'Squawk on the Street' to discuss what Sacconaghi would've liked to hear on Tesla's earnings call, the EV giant's full-self driving and Robotaxi plans, and what happens in the next 5-10 years for Tesla.
Persons: Bernstein's Toni Sacconaghi, Toni Sacconaghi, Bernstein, Sacconaghi would've, Tesla Organizations: EV
Caitlin Clark's record-breaking college career has sparked unprecedented interest in the WNBA. The 27-year-old five-time All-Star urged fans who have enjoyed Clark's college career to stick around and help grow the women's game. "I hope that anyone's invested and paying attention to it, continues to invest in it," Wilson said. The All-Star center also commented on the major paydays top college athletes are taking home thanks to NIL rules allowing student athletes to leverage their personal brands. With Clark's $76,000 rookie salary making headlines last week, Wilson said she hopes college stars continue to go pro and bring their sponsors and investors along with them.
Persons: Caitlin Clark's, A'ja Wilson, Clark, Wilson, anyone's Organizations: WNBA, Las Vegas Aces, Star, Nike, CNBC
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailWatch CNBC’s full interview with Trivariate's Adam Parker, iCapital’s Anastasia Amoroso and Wells Fargo’s Sameer SamanaTrivariate Research CEO Adam Parker, iCapital’s Anastasia Amoroso and Wells Fargo’s Sameer Samana, join 'Closing Bell' to discuss their market outlooks, earnings, and their market outlooks.
Persons: Trivariate's Adam Parker, iCapital’s Anastasia Amoroso, Wells, Sameer Samana Trivariate, Adam Parker, Sameer Samana
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailWatch Wednesday's full episode of the Halftime Report — April 24, 2024"Fast Money Halftime Report" is on the front lines of CNBC's market coverage. Host CNBC's Scott Wapner and the Street's top investors get to the heart of the action as it's happening and help set the agenda for the rest of the day. Watch today's full episode on CNBC PRO.
Persons: CNBC's Scott Wapner Organizations: CNBC PRO
CNBC Markets Now: April 24, 2024
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailCNBC Markets Now: April 24, 2024CNBC Markets Now provides a look at the day's market moves with commentary and analysis from Michael Santoli, CNBC Senior Markets Commentator.
Persons: Michael Santoli Organizations: CNBC
Greenlight Capital's David Einhorn continued to pick up new stocks in the first quarter, including Penn Entertainment , as the longtime value investor struggles to find opportunities in the volatile market. He established the stake at an average cost of $22.69 per share, but the stock has fallen to $17.44 as of Wednesday. Still, Einhorn said sports betting, if executed right, could take the shares much higher. "Were the market to credit PENN with merely 15% of DraftKings' value, that segment alone would be worth $20 per share." Q4 buyer's strike Einhorn had stopped building new stock positions at one point in the fourth quarter, saying he was on a "buyer's strike" due to worries about intensifying geopolitical risks.
Persons: Greenlight Capital's David Einhorn, Einhorn, PENN, he's, Greenlight, — CNBC's Leslie Picker Organizations: Penn Entertainment, CNBC, Barstool Sports, Cornell grad, Greenlight Capital, HP, Roivant Sciences, Liberty Global
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange during afternoon trading on April 09, 2024 in New York City. U.S. stock futures fell on Wednesday night after tech juggernaut Meta Platforms reported its latest quarterly results. S&P 500 futures slid 0.6%, and Nasdaq 100 futures dropped 1.1%. Meta Platforms plunged 15% in extended trading after the social media giant issued second-quarter revenue guidance that was lighter than expected. Fed funds futures trading suggests the first cut could take place at the September Fed meeting, according to CME FedWatch Tool.
Persons: Dow Jones, Anastasia Amoroso, Northrop Grumman, Myers Squibb Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, Traders, Dow Jones, Nasdaq, Business Machines, Dow, Federal, FedWatch, Caterpillar, Honeywell, Northrop, American Airlines, Comcast, Merck, Bristol, Myers, CNBC Locations: New York City . U.S
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.
Persons: Jim Cramer's, Jim, Johnson, Abbott, Andy Jassy, Bausch, Salesforce, Salesforce didn't, Tom Jorden, We've, It's, Walt Disney, Nelson Peltz's, Bob Iger's, Estee Lauder, there's, Eaton, We're, he's, Locker, he'd, Vimal Kapur, Linde, Eli Lilly, Eli Lilly's, TikTok, Joe Biden, Morgan Stanley, Morgan Stanley's, Ted Pick, Jensen Huang, Nikesh Arora, haven't, Laxman Narasimhan, Sands, Stanley Black, Decker, TJ Maxx, TJX, Wells, Jim Cramer, Angela Weiss Organizations: Jim Cramer's Charitable Trust, CNBC, Club, Apple, Abbott Laboratories, Johnson, Web Services, Broadcom, VMWare, GE Healthcare, GE, Bausch Health, Costco Wholesale, Costco, Street, Informatica, Coterra, DuPont De Nemours, DuPont, Walt, Disney, Ford, GM, Philips, Siemens, Google, Honeywell, Linde, Facebook, Meta, Microsoft, Nvidia, Investors, AMD, Oregon State University, Palo Alto Networks, UnitedHealth, Procter & Gamble, Constellation Brands, Constellation, Modelo, TJX, Marshalls, Home Goods, Wynn Resorts, Jim Cramer's Charitable, New York Stock Exchange, Afp, Getty Locations: China, Informatica, Ford, Estee, U.S, mater, Palo, Corona, Wells Fargo, Wells, Macao, New York City
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
"TikTok allows small businesses and creators to find their people in their community," Nichols told CNBC, ahead of the bill's signing. watch nowNichols joined a number of other TikTok creators in traveling to the Capitol to oppose a potential ban. TikTok creators and influencers, living far out of the realm of politics, have a very different concern. Tony Youn, a plastic surgeon with 8.4 million TikTok followers, said finding a big audience is difficult. WATCH: Senator Markwayne Mullin talks passage of Tiktok ban
Persons: Craig Hudson, Ophelia Nichols, Nichols, Biden, TikTok didn't, Shou Zi Chew, TikTok, Markwayne Mullin, CNBC's, Mullin, they'll, Zi Chew, Sen, John Fetterman, Anna Moneymaker, livestreams, Adam Mosseri, Tony Youn, Youn Organizations: Foreign, Capitol, Washington , D.C, CNBC, Oxford, TikTok, America Survey, Lawmakers, Communist Party, Russell Senate, ByteDance, Getty, YouTube, Meta, Facebook Locations: Washington , U.S, Alabama, Washington ,, Israel, Ukraine, Taiwan, It's, American, U.S, TikTok, United States
Ford Motor on Wednesday evening delivered higher than expected profits in the first quarter, driven by strength in its commercial business. Quarterly commentary Ford Blue , which represents Ford's gas-powered and hybrid vehicles, saw volumes and revenues down 11% and 13%, respectively. The lower volumes shouldn't be much of a surprise given Ford's pivot toward making more in-demand hybrids and ICE vehicles. Ford raised its adjusted free cash flow outlook for the year by $500 million to between $6.5 billion and $7.5 billion. Lowered capex with higher profits is what we want to see because greater capital efficiency should translate to a higher multiple.
Persons: Wall, Adam Jonas, Morgan Stanley —, Ford, we're, Jim Farley, Farley, Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Jim, Bill Pugliano Organizations: Ford, Automotive, LSEG, General Motors, Tesla, Ford Pro, Pro, EV, Software, CNBC, Ford Dearborn Plant, Getty Locations: Ford, Dearborn , Michigan
Stocks hit a rough patch after the Club's March Monthly Meeting as Wall Street grappled with increasing odds of higher-for-longer interest rates. Here are our five top-performing stocks since the March Monthly Meeting. WFC YTD mountain Wells Fargo (WFC) year-to-date performance Wells Fargo led the way, with shares jumping 5.8% over the period. GOOGL YTD mountain Alphabet (GOOGL) year-to-date performance Alphabet stock rose 4.9% since the March Monthly Meeting, placing the Google parent in second place on the gainers list. EL YTD mountain Estee Lauder (EL) year-to-date performance Estee Lauder stock added 2.7% since the March Monthly Meeting, occupying the fourth spot on our list.
Persons: Stocks, Wells Fargo, Jim Cramer, Wells, Jim, he's, Lauder, Estee Lauder, Estee, Fabrizio Freda, Freda, Jim Cramer's, Dow, Spencer Platt Organizations: Dow Jones, Nasdaq, Club, Google, Big Tech, Palo Alto Networks, Bank of America, Citigroup, CNBC, Traders, New York Stock Exchange, Getty Locations: Wells, buybacks, Palo, Alto, New York City
Tesla has reportedly been considering building a new factory in India, the world's third-largest car market. MG Motor India executive Rajeev Chaba told CNBC the move could boost India's EV market. AdvertisementTesla has been eyeing an expansion into India — and one local auto executive thinks it'll be good for business. MG Motor India's CEO Emeritus Rajeev Chaba told CNBC that Tesla's potential entry into the Indian market could help boost the country's low rate of EV adoption. It'll be good for the industry, good news for the country, and for serious players like us," Chaba told CNBC.
Persons: Tesla, Rajeev Chaba, , it'll, It'll, Chaba Organizations: MG Motor India, CNBC, EV, Service Locations: India
Seven stocks in the S & P 500 tend to rise alongside Tesla shares, according to an analysis of recent data by CNBC Pro . The share price performances of these S & P 500 stocks were highly correlated to Tesla's last month. However, unlike Tesla's more than 30% plunge this year, these stocks have either remained flat or have relatively modest negative returns. A correlation of zero would indicate no statistical link between the EV automaker's stock and the share price of the seven companies. The consensus upside potential for the stocks listed above was derived from FactSet's poll of analysts covering each stock.
Persons: Elon Musk, weathers, — CNBC's Lora Kolodny Organizations: CNBC Pro, Juniper Networks, Seagate Technology, Tyler Technologies, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Vertex Pharmaceuticals, IDEXX Laboratories, EV, CNBC Locations: U.S, lockstep
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