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Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Tuesday: Morgan Stanley reiterates Tesla as overweight Morgan Stanley made the case in a note to investors that Elon Musk needs Tesla "more than ever before." Citi initiates Ferrovial at buy Citi said it's bullish on shares of the Dutch infrastructure and transportation company. Citi reiterates Dell as buy Citi raised its price target on the stock by 36% to $170 per share from $125. Morgan Stanley reiterates Apple as overweight Morgan Stanley said its checks show accelerating App Store growth ahead of expectations for Apple. Morgan Stanley names Taiwan Semiconductor a catalyst-driven idea Morgan Stanley said TSM is a likely beneficiary of a solid Nvidia earnings report on Wednesday.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Tesla, Elon, Raymond James, Baird, it's, Evercore, Piper Sandler downgrades Sunnova, Piper, Brinker, Argus, Apple, TSM, NVDA, it's bullish, Lenz, LENZ Organizations: Elon, Caesars Entertainment, Penn, Penn Entertainment, Boyd Gaming Corporation, Inc, PENN Entertainment, JPMorgan, Therapeutics, Citi, Nvidia, Sunnova, Disney, Dell, Barclays, HP, Brinker International Inc, Apple, Taiwan Semiconductor, Gap Citi, GPS, " Bank of America, Lenz Therapeutics, Bank of America, Deutsche Bank, Deutsche, Recovery Software
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Shares of Palo Alto plunged 28% on Feb. 21, a session after the company delivered a more cautious outlook for the rest of 2024. The shift in business strategy requires Palo Alto to give customers its new services and products for free to demonstrate their many benefits. PANW YTD mountain Palo Alto Networks (PANW) year-to-date performance 2. The Club is focused on how much industry spend is going to Palo Alto versus competitors, but we're not concerned about demand for the company's offerings. In this photo illustration the Palo Alto Networks logo seen displayed on a smartphone and on the background.
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Corporate executives and board members have made several notable buys of their own stock in the opening days of May, including a big Wall Street name buying shares of Walt Disney . Director James Gorman bought 20,000 shares of the entertainment company for $2.1 million on May 8, according to securities filings and VerityData. Gorman's buy is something of an outlier among Disney executives this year, as two executive vice presidents have made small sales in 2024. Several other Macerich insiders have also bought shares in May. Pegram also bought shares in March.
Persons: Walt Disney, James Gorman, Gorman, Morgan Stanley, Gorman's, Ali John Mirshekari, Martha Sullivan's, Jackson Hsieh, Macerich, Michael Pegram's, Pegram, , Nick Wells Organizations: Walt, Disney, Sensata, MAC, Caesars Entertainment, Caesars Locations: America
The three companies collectively operate 75 U.S. casinos that permit indoor smoking, where state law allows. States like Nevada and New Jersey have prohibited indoor smoking more broadly, but carved out exceptions for casinos. Legislation to end indoor smoking at casinos is in various stages in several states across the country, including New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island. Advocates for smoking bans point to research by C3 Gaming that concluded smoke-free casinos generate more revenue and outperform competitors that allow smoking. In Las Vegas, MGM Resorts opened the first casino resort on the Strip to prohibit indoor smoking and even smoking on the pool deck.
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Amazon posted earnings of 98 cents per share on $143.31 billion in revenue. Analysts surveyed by LSEG had forecast earnings of 83 cents per share on $142.5 billion in revenue. However, the company's second-quarter revenue forecast was shy of estimates. It forecast revenue for the current quarter in line with the analyst forecast of $5.70 billion. Pinterest reported adjusted earnings of 20 cents per share, topping forecasts for 13 cents per share, according to LSEG.
Persons: LSEG, Pinterest, Mondelez, , Sarah Min, Brian Evans, Alex Harring, Darla Mercado, Tanaya Macheel Organizations: Starbucks, Computer, Chesapeake Energy, Caesars Entertainment, Caesars, Revenue, Diamondback Energy Locations: LSEG
What is divestment? And does it work?
  + stars: | 2024-04-28 | by ( Nicole Goodkind | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +8 min
From Princeton University in New Jersey to the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, the same chant can be heard: “Disclose! The specifics of student protesters’ divestment demands vary in scope from school to school. Other students, like those at Cornell University and Yale, are asking their schools to stop investing in weapons manufacturers. Other common threads include demanding universities disclose their investments, sever academic ties with Israeli universities and support a ceasefire in Gaza. Proponents for divestment counter that its value lies in raising awareness and stigmatizing partnerships with targeted regimes or industries.
Persons: , ” Israel, Witold Henisz, Henisz, , Nicholas Dirks, ” Dirks, Dirks, “ They’ll, Anna Cooban, Michelle Bowman, Eli Lilly, Estee Lauder, Jerome Powell Organizations: New, New York CNN, Palestinian, Princeton University, University of Southern, Columbia University Apartheid, Columbia, Cornell University and Yale, Research, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, CNN, University of California, Columbia’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Federal Reserve, European Central Bank, Dallas Fed, Samsung, AMD, Starbucks, Benz Group, Volkswagen, PayPal, adidas, Diamondback Energy, Restaurant Brands, Pinterest, Caesars Entertainment, PMI, Conference Board, Mastercard, Qualcomm, Pfizer, Marriott, eBay, US Commerce Department, Apple, Novo Nordisk, Shell, ConocoPhillips, Cigna, Universal Music Group, Hershey, US Labor Department Locations: New York, New Jersey, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, Columbia, Palestine, Israel, Gaza, South Africa, Berkeley, United States, Europe, DoorDash
The action quickly and sharply reversed back to the upside Friday after blowout earnings reports from Alphabet and Microsoft . In the week ahead, earnings are likely to drive the action again, though we'll get a few important macroeconomic reports. Earnings: We've got the biggest week of the earnings season ahead of us, with 12 Club holdings set to report. Eli Lilly 's report Tuesday morning continues to be all about sales of type-2 diabetes treatment Mounjaro and weight-loss drug Zepbound. In DuPont 's report Wednesday morning, we're looking for a continued rebound in its semiconductor business following a sequential increase last quarter.
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On top of that, the latest U.S. jobs market scorecard will be released along with more mega-cap earnings. This week, the U.S. 10-year Treasury yield briefly climbed above 4.7% for the first time since November. That's down sharply from the six or seven rate cuts investors were anticipating coming into the year. April jobs Investors will also get an update on the labor picture next week, with the release of the April nonfarm payrolls report set for Friday. Corporate earnings season will also ramp up in the week ahead with a slew of consumer-facing companies set to report.
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New York CNN —Smoky, hazy gambling floors have long been part of the Atlantic City casino experience for some people. Phil Murphy and the state’s health commissioner claiming that a loophole in state law exposes casino workers to health problems from secondhand smoke. Casino workers have long been advocating for protections under the 2006 smoke-free law, but progress has been snagged for years in the New Jersey legislature. But somehow, our casino workers have been asked to roll the dice,” UAW President Shawn Fain said at a press conference Friday. The casino workers have faced “death, severe physical illness, severe mental, physical and emotional distress, pain and suffering, anxiety, and stress,” the lawsuit said.
Persons: Phil Murphy, Murphy, Kaitlan Baston, New Jersey —, Shawn Fain, Matt Rourke, , smokin, Bill Organizations: New, New York CNN, Atlantic City, United Auto Workers, New Jersey Gov, Act, Workers, United Auto Workers union, Caesars, Tropicana, statehouse, New Jersey Health Department, New Jersey News, ’ Rights, Bally’s, CNN, Caesars Atlantic City, Caesars Entertainment Locations: New York, New Jersey, Bally’s, Trenton , NJ, City, Middletown , New Jersey, Atlantic, Pall
New York CNN —Jon Stewart on “The Daily Show” Monday revealed what led to his abrupt exit from Apple and the cancellation of his short-lived show on its streaming TV platform. Stewart said that the tech giant prohibited from discussing artificial intelligence or interviewing Federal Trade Commission chair Lina Khan. Stewart and Khan discussed Big Tech monopolies, after the US Justice Department and more than a dozen states sued Apple last week in a blockbuster antitrust lawsuit that accused Apple of illegally monopolizing the smartphone market. Stewart said he had his own issues with Apple, telling Khan that he wanted to have her on the TV show’s companion podcast and “Apple asked us not do it.”“They literally said ‘please don’t talk to her,’” Stewart said. “The Problem with Jon Stewart” ran for two seasons from 2021 to 2023 on Apple TV+.
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Multiple stocks are lagging the market this year, but Wall Street says don't write them off yet — they could soon be due for a turnaround. With this in mind, CNBC Pro screened for stocks in the S & P 500 that might be positioned for a rebound this year. Shares were down 2.3% in 2024 thru the open Wednesday March 27, but the average price target implies around 22% upside potential, according to FactSet. Match was also highlighted as one of Goldman Sachs' favorite asset-light stocks earlier this month. According to the consensus analyst price target, the stock could rise 20.1%, per FactSet.
Persons: financials, Goldman Sachs, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC Pro, UnitedHealth, Caesars Entertainment, LSEG, Lines
What do Reddit , Trump Media & Technology Group and GameStop all have in common? Trump Media made its market debut on Tuesday under the ticker DJT, following its merger with shell company Digital World Acquisition Corp. Reddit, which is not in the S & P 500, also has a market cap of about $9 billion Market capitalization Trump Media & Technology $9.4 b. Reddit $9.2 b. Caesars Entertainment $9.4 b. American Airlines $10 b. Mosaic $10.3 b. This is rather remarkable, considering Trump Media had revenues of roughly $3.3 million. What meme stocks have in common What Trump Media, GameStop and Reddit have in common is a high retail base.
Persons: Reddit, Michael Pachter, Pachter, Arch Crawford Organizations: Trump Media & Technology Group, GameStop, Trump Media, Corp, Caesars Entertainment, American Airlines and, Technology, American Airlines, The New York Times, Trump Media & Technology, JPMorgan, East India Company, Microsoft Locations: Moluccas, Indonesia
A high-profile ransomware gang is responsible for the outage that has paralyzed US pharmacies, Reuters reported. Blackcat is behind the attack on UnitedHealth Group's claims management arm last week, per the report. The outage at Chain Healthcare, the payment management arm of healthcare giant UnitedHealth Group, was caused by a ransomware attack by hackers affiliated with Blackcat, Reuters reported, citing two unnamed sources. AdvertisementLast week's attack on Change Healthcare forced its parent company to disconnect its own systems "to prevent further impact," according to UnitedHealth Group. But experts aren't sure if the group responsible for last week's hack was sponsored by foreign actors.
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Now, we're tracking how well the analysts' picks have performed just three months into the new year. About 93% of analysts surveyed by LSEG hold a buy rating on Nvidia and have an average price target of $832.52. Warner Bros. Shares of Warner Bros. are down nearly 25% in the new year, and have lost about 45% over the past 12 months. Further, Warner Bros. did not give free cash flow guidance for 2024.
Persons: drugmaker Viatris, David Einhorn, Einhorn, Max Organizations: Dow Jones Industrial, CNBC, Nvidia, drugmaker, Pfizer, Warner Bros, APA Corp, Halliburton, Caesars Entertainment Locations: LSEG
Beware these value traps, Wolfe Research says
  + stars: | 2024-02-21 | by ( Brian Evans | ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +4 min
Some stocks on Wall Street that are attractively valued could come with a steep catch, according to Wolfe Research. With stocks starting to fall, investors may begin to think some names are a good value when they are not. Wolfe screened for potential value traps in a note Thursday. Short interest hovers at 5% of the company's float, and Wolfe noted Walgreens' anticipated earnings deceleration of 165% is a warning sign for the stock. WBA YTD mountain Walgreens stock.
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Palo Alto Networks said it predicts full-year revenue growth of 15% to 16%, down from earlier guidance of 18% to 19% growth. Diamondback Energy — Shares gained 1.6% after the energy company beat on both top- and bottom-lines in the fourth quarter. SolarEdge reported smaller-than-expected adjusted losses of 92 cents per share, compared to analysts' forecasts of $1.17 losses per share, per LSEG. Revenue guidance for the first quarter also came in below expectations. CoStar anticipates first quarter earnings of 6 to 7 cents per share on revenue of $645 million to $650 million.
Persons: LSEG, Teladoc, Toll, , Yun Li, Alex Harring Organizations: Alto, Palo Alto Networks, Diamondback, Caesars Entertainment, Caesars, LSEG Locations: billings, LSEG
High interest rates squeeze companies of all sizes, but that’s especially the case for smaller firms, unlike large companies better equipped to weather the storm. Before the Bell: How do the effects of higher-for-longer interest rates on companies vary by size? I think it might be a stretch to say that M&A activity picks up because of higher interest rates, so instead, it’s that if good businesses are beginning to suffer because of higher interest rates, then they might be more likely to be a target. Gas prices always rise as winter winds down because demand increases and gas stations must switch over to more expensive summer fuel. No matter the cause, rising gas prices are bad news for consumers already frustrated by the cost of living.
Persons: It’s, Bell, Lauren Goodwin, Matt Egan, , Patrick De Haan, doesn’t, ” Read, Raphael Bostic, Michelle Bowman, Philip Jefferson, Patrick Harker, Lisa Cook, Neel Kashkari, Christopher Waller Organizations: CNN Business, Bell, DC CNN, Federal Reserve, New York Life Investments, AAA, , HSBC, Walmart, Home Depot, Barclays, Caesars Entertainment, Nvidia, Rivian, Fidelity, Marriott, Intuit, Pacific Gas & Electric, Global, Chicago Fed, US Labor Department, National Association of Realtors, Warner Bros ., Icahn Enterprises Locations: Washington, Wingstop, United States
A hotter-than-expected consumer price index on Tuesday sent stocks reeling, with the Dow posting its biggest drop in a year. Stocks bounced back over the next two days, helped by a softer retail sales report , only to slump again on Friday's hot producer price index for January. As we said this week, we're not overly concerned with the hotter-than-expected inflationary readings. Earnings season picks back up for the Club next week, with four holdings set to report quarterly results. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade.
Persons: Wall, Stocks, we're, Palo, Fortinet, BCH's Bausch, Management doesn't, Dana, Bausch, Dr Pepper, Diana Shipping, Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Jim, Jensen Huang, Walid Berrazeg Organizations: Dow Jones Industrial, Nasdaq, Dow, Federal Reserve, Club, Palo Alto, Palo, billings, Nvidia, Amazon, Microsoft, Bausch Health, Coterra Energy, Management, NYSE, Walmart, Axsome Therapeutics, Barclays Bank, Armstrong World Industries, Ceragon Networks, Tri Pointe Homes, Dana Incorporated, DigitalBridge, Oil States International, Systems, Allegion, CenterPoint Energy, Equitrans Midstream Corporation, Expeditors International of Washington, Alto Networks, SolarEdge Technologies, Enovix Corporation, Caesars Entertainment, Diamondback Energy, Toll, Ternium S.A, Celanese Corp, Chesapeake Energy, CVR Energy, Reserve, Vertiv Holdings Co, Properties Trust, Devices, HSBC Holdings plc, HSBC, Lomb, Sinclair Corporation, Pagaya Technologies, Gibraltar Industries, Garmin, NVIDIA, Rivian Automotive, Sunnova Energy International, Bros, Apache, Oil, Suncor Energy, Co, FNF, Sciences, Coeur D'Alene Mines, Trip.com, Joby Aviation, Resources, Alamos, Jackson, Nutrien, NTR, Pan, Sm Energy Company, Health, Newmont, Nikola Corporation, Cheniere Energy, Fiverr, Natural Resources, Point Credit, Lantheus Holdings, Builders, Grab Holdings, NICE, Dominion Energy, Harmony Biosciences Holdings, Teck Resources Limited, Intellia Therapeutics, Energy, Booking Holdings, Intuit, Semiconductor, Nation Entertainment, Vale S.A, Rocket Companies, Warner Bros ., AerCap Holdings, Natural Holdings, Calumet Specialty Products Partners, Frontier Communications, Jim Cramer's Charitable, CNBC, Lightrocket, Getty Locations: billings, Palo Alto, China, Xifaxan, Tri Pointe, Avista, Gibraltar, Coeur D'Alene, Pan American, Teck, Vale
The Dow Jones Industrial Average, S & P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite each snapped a five-week advance. On average, market strategists on Wall Street anticipate the S & P 500 will end the year at 4,936, according to a CNBC survey . The equal-weighted S & P 500 index is up just 1.7% in 2024, trailing far behind the market-cap weighted benchmark. Initial Claims (02/17) 9:45 a.m. PMI Composite preliminary (February) 9:45 a.m. S & P PMI Manufacturing preliminary (February) 9:45 a.m. S & P PMI Services preliminary (February) 10 a.m. Existing Homes Sales (January) Earnings: Booking Holdings , Live Nation Entertainment , Intuit , Edison International , Dominion Energy , Moderna , PG & E , Keurig Dr. Pepper Friday, February 23, 2024 Earnings: Warner Bros.
Persons: chipmaker, Ayako Yoshioka, Yoshioka, Jerome Powell, Josh Emanuel, everybody's, Emanuel, Russell, They're, Chris Chen, Chen, Dr, Pepper, Nick Wells, Kif Leswing Organizations: Nvidia, CNBC, Dow Jones, Nasdaq, Federal Reserve, Investor, Treasury, Wilshire Associates, American Association of, Insight Financial, Walmart, Home, Alto Networks, Diamondback Energy, Caesars Entertainment, Marathon, Devices, Chicago, PMI, Holdings, Nation Entertainment, Intuit, Edison International, Dominion Energy, Moderna, Warner Bros Locations: U.S, Santa Monica, Calif
"As we move to cloud and generative AI, it opens up massive total addressable markets, where security just has to be done a different way." Palo Alto Networks and CrowdStrike have already surged more than 25% each only six weeks into the new year after proving among the best performers in the Nasdaq-100 in 2023. But arguably, companies offering all-in-one solutions to mounting cybersecurity threats are viewed as sitting in the most advantageous position. PANW YTD mountain Palo Alto Networks in 2024. This leading position is one reason Deepwater Asset Management's Doug Clinton retains a stake in Crowdstrike, along with Palo Alto Networks, in the core fund that he manages.
Persons: Ted Mortonson, Baird, Mortonson, Peter Weed, Bernstein, Morgan Stanley, Hamza Fodderwala, Hendi Susanto, Doug Clinton, JPMorgan's Brian Essex, CRWD, Essex, Michael Bloom Organizations: MGM Resorts, Caesars Entertainment, Microsoft, Palo Alto Networks, Nasdaq, Gamco Locations: cyberattacks, Palo, Crowdstrike
Why the NFL went all in on sports gambling
  + stars: | 2024-02-10 | by ( Chris Isidore | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +6 min
On Sunday, the NFL will hold its first Super Bowl in Las Vegas, a city built on gambling. Even in 2003, gambling was as much a part of the NFL as tailgating, helmets and shoulder pads. Yet the change in the league’s relationship with sports gambling couldn’t be more obvious as it prepares for its first Super Bowl in Sin City. That direct spending is only part of the way the NFL has learned to profit from legalized gambling. The column came four years before the Supreme Court opened the door for legal sports gambling.
Persons: , Victor Matheson, ” Matheson, Jeff Miller, Bud, Miller, , Andrew Zimbalist, ” Zimbalist, Adam Silver, it’s, Zimbalist, ” CNN’s Alicia Wallace Organizations: New, New York CNN, National Football League, Super, Las Vegas Convention, Visitors Authority, NFL, College of, Gambling, Sports, Super Bowl, Caesars Entertainment, American Gaming Association, Smith College, New York Times, NBA, of Columbia Locations: New York, Las Vegas, Sin City, Nevada, , California, Texas
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailCaesars CEO on Super Bowl 58: Demand is off the charts and room rates have doubled compared to F1Tom Reeg, Caesars Entertainment CEO, joins 'Money Movers' to discuss how this weekend compares to a typical weekend in Las Vegas, if there's a lasting legacy for hosting the Super Bowl in Vegas, and what's coming in sports gambling.
Persons: Tom Reeg Organizations: Super, Caesars Entertainment Locations: Las Vegas, Vegas
Read previewThe digital consultancy Bounteous is merging with Accolite Digital, and together they plan to become a billion-dollar company in five years. Bounteous and Accolite Digital offer different, yet complementary services. Its clients include Coca-Cola, Caesars Entertainment, Domino's, and others, and it largely competes with other consultancies like Accenture and Deloitte Digital, Bounteous CEO Keith Schwartz told Business Insider. AdvertisementAccolite's clients include telecommunications and financial services companies, including Goldman Sachs, Prudential, and BT. For now, the merged company will be called Bounteous X Accolite, although Kaza said they will finalize its new name in May.
Persons: , Keith Schwartz, Leela Kaza, Kaza, Goldman Sachs, Prasad Chintamaneni, Schwartz Organizations: Service, Accolite, New, Business, Cola, Caesars Entertainment, Accenture, Deloitte Digital, FedEx, Prudential, BT Locations: Chicago, North America, Dallas, India, Canada, Mexico, Europe, America, Eastern Europe
download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. "It's a great opportunity to bring the world's leading sports betting and gaming business to the world's leading capital market." AdvertisementJackson said he believes the US listing will help the company win media attention and new investors. DraftKings narrowly edged out in August FanDuel's market-share lead in the broader online gambling space that includes casino-style games, per EKG. "FanDuel is undoubtedly a media business," Jackson said.
Persons: , Peter Jackson, Jackson, Paddy Power, it's, DraftKings, FanDuel, Pat McAfee, Charles Gillespie, Chad Beynon, Beynon Organizations: Service, New York Stock Exchange, Wall, Business, PokerStars, London Stock Exchange, Krejcik, Penn, ESPN Bet, Media, TVG, Gambling.com Group, Macquarie, Wall Street, Rush Street Interactive, Caesars Entertainment, Genius Sports, Research, Jefferies Locations: New York, London, Europe, Sportsbet, Australia, America, Sands
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