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America's power grid is old and stressed. The main problem: It takes way too long to build towering high-voltage power lines that carry electricity across state lines and to hook up new power to the grid. AdvertisementBut upgrading the power grid gets bogged down by several issues. A new rule issued by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission this month is aimed at tackling some of the problems. If the US doesn't invest in regional transmission lines, customers will pay the price in the form of congestion and more life-threatening outages.
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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
Apple looks kind of ridiculous right now
  + stars: | 2024-05-15 | by ( Jordan Hart | ) www.businessinsider.com   time to read: +3 min
download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Apple, though, has kept pretty quiet about its own AI ambitions so far — and it's increasingly obvious. "The buzz around AI, and specifically GenAI, has been so deafening that Apple is noticeable by omission," Dipanjan Chatterjee, vice president and principal analyst at Forrester, told Business Insider. Still, if the rumors about OpenAI or Gemini iPhone integration are true, this week's "strong announcements actually would bode well for Apple," William Kerwin, an analyst at Morningstar, said. AdvertisementThe analyst told BI that the new iPad rollout is simply an "appetizer to the real meat and potatoes" of Apple's AI strategy, expected to be announced at the WWDC in June.
Persons: , Sam Altman's, Google's, Dipanjan Chatterjee, Forrester, Chatterjee, Gene Munster, it'd, Apple's, bode, William Kerwin, Siri, Dan Ives Organizations: Service, Big Tech, Business, Apple, Conference, Google, Deepwater Asset Management, Morningstar, Microsoft
Just seven S & P 500 names are slated to post their quarterly figures, including Home Depot and Walmart. Management is scheduled to hold a call at 4:30 p.m. Last quarter: Cisco posted fiscal second-quarter results that beat expectations. What history shows: Cisco shares have risen after the last six earnings releases, Bespoke data shows. Thursday Walmart is set to report earnings in the premarket, followed by a call at 8 a.m. Last quarter: Walmart earnings topped analysts' estimates, thanks to soaring e-commerce sales . What history shows: Walmart has beaten bottom-line forecasts 71% of the time, per Bespoke.
Persons: Wells, Zachary Fadem, LSEG, Samik Chatterjee, Robert Ohmes Organizations: Home Depot, Walmart, CNBC, Investment, Cisco Systems, Management, Cisco, JPMorgan, Campus Networking, Bank of America
Neil Chatterjee reacts to U.S. hiking China EV tariffs
  + stars: | 2024-05-10 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailNeil Chatterjee reacts to U.S. hiking China EV tariffsHosted by Brian Sullivan, “Last Call” is a fast-paced, entertaining business show that explores the intersection of money, culture and policy. Tune in Monday through Friday at 7 p.m. ET on CNBC.
Persons: Neil Chatterjee, Brian Sullivan, Organizations: CNBC Locations: China
AAPL 1D mountain Apple shares on Friday More substantive updates on Apple's latest AI offerings in both hardware and services are expected to come during its Worldwide Developers Conference in June. According to JPMorgan's Samik Chatterjee, the focus during the event will primarily be on the AI features Apple will include in its iOS 18 software. Mohan holds a buy rating on shares and slightly increased his price target to $230 from $225. "We think Apple can deliver AI upside without the AI capex we see elsewhere," Evercore ISI analyst Amit Daryanani wrote in a Thursday note following the earnings. "Apple is accelerating investments in Generative AI and [is] set to introduce new features at its most important developer conference ever."
Persons: Apple didn't, Wall, JPMorgan's Samik Chatterjee, Wamsi Mohan, Mohan, Amit Daryanani, Morgan Stanley's Erik Woodring, Woodring, Wells Fargo's Aaron Rakers, Rakers, America's Mohan, Michael Bloom Organizations: Apple, Worldwide Developers Conference, of America, America's Locations: WWDC
Analyst Scot Ciccarelli upgraded the retailer to buy from hold and raised his price target by $6 to $86. — Alex Harring 6: 22 a.m.: Here's what Wall Street thinks of Coinbase's earnings Coinbase's stronger-than-expected earnings have prompted analyst reactions. Barclays' Benjamin Budish (underweight, $179 price target unchanged, 21.8% downside): "The biggest question going forward is, how sustainable are these trends? — Alex Harring 6:12 a.m.: Wall Street reacts to Apple earnings Apple's buyback announcement has caught the eye of Wall Street analysts. Analyst Benjamin Nolan upgraded the railroad stock to buy from hold and increased his price target by $19 to $267.
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In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailApple's buyback plan is one of the key reasons the stock is rallying, says JPMorgan's ChatterjeeSamik Chatterjee, JPMorgan analyst, joins 'Money Movers' to discuss Apple's share buyback plan, if a return to growth in Apple's China business is near, and more.
Persons: JPMorgan's Chatterjee Samik Chatterjee Organizations: JPMorgan Locations: China
Sacconaghi has a $195 price target on shares, suggesting 15% upside from Wednesday's close. Bernstein is optimistic that the ongoing weakness in the China market "is more cyclical than structural." Oppenheimer analyst Martin Yang lowered his forecast for the current quarter ahead of the report, accounting for softer iPhone sales trends in China. Sankar has a buy rating and a price target of $220. Malik reiterated his buy rating on the stock ahead of the announcement while notching down his price target to $210 from $220.
Persons: Tesla, Bernstein, Toni Sacconaghi, Sacconaghi, Oppenheimer, Martin Yang, Yang, Samik Chatterjee, Chatterjee, TD Cowen's Krish Sankar, Sankar, JPMorgan's Chatterjee, Atif Malik, Malik, Cowen's Sankar Organizations: Apple, Wall Street, Huawei, Counterpoint Research, JPMorgan, Citi Locations: China, India
Thursday's analyst calls feature upgrades to discount retailers TJX and Burlington and used car outlet Carvana, while there was more bad news for CVS Health following a tough earnings report Wednesday. He also raised his price target to $130 from $70, or 49.2% above Wednesday's close price. He lowered his price target by $25 to $60, or just 5.6% higher from Wednesday's close price. Analyst Jay Sole also lifted his price target to $132 from $104, indicating nearly 41% upside from Wednesday's close. He raised his price target to $212 from $126, suggesting shares could gain 19.1% from where they closed Wednesday.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Joseph Moore, Moore, Samik Chatterjee, Chatterjee, Tal Liani, Liani, — Hakyung Kim, JPMorgan Carvana, Rajat Gupta, Gupta, Kevin Caliendo, Caliendo, Jay Sole, Sole, BURL, — Hakyung Kim —, Michael Bloom Organizations: CNBC, CVS Health, UBS, CVS, JPMorgan, Qualcomm, Wall Street, Samsung, Huawei, Edge, headwinds, " Bank of America, Microsoft, Burlington Discount, TJX Companies, Burlington Stores, Burlington Locations: Burlington, Carvana, CY24, seasonality, optionality, Maxx
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
Super Micro Computer shares are selling off at the moment, but major Wall Street firms are hopeful about the company's long-term prospects. Super Micro, one of the vendors that builds Nvidia-based servers, released quarterly results on Tuesday after market close. Super Micro also bumped up its fiscal 2024 revenue guidance above its previously estimated range and what analysts are expecting. But a revenue miss dragged shares of Super Micro 16% lower on Wednesday. On the other hand, Goldman Sachs and Wells Fargo maintained their neutral-equivalent ratings for shares of Super Micro.
Persons: LSEG, Samik, Chatterjee, Ruplu Bhattacharya, George Wang, Wang, Goldman Sachs, Wells Fargo, Wells, SMCI, Michael Ng, Ng Organizations: Micro Computer, Nvidia, Super, JPMorgan, Barclays, Bank of America, DELL Locations: CY25, East, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Sweden, Japan, Korea, Malaysia
As the busy first-quarter earnings season moves along, several stocks still set to report could be due for big swings. First-quarter earnings have boosted stocks this week, as more than 77% of companies in the S & P 500 have exceeded analysts' expectations, according to FactSet. The S & P 500's year-over-year earnings growth for the first quarter is running at about 5.6%, according to Friday data from LSEG . The names on tap range from big-name AI plays Super Micro Computer and Amazon to health-care giants such as Moderna . Chipmakers Super Micro Computer and Advanced Micro Devices could also see some major moves this week, as they could rise or fall as much as 12.6% and 7.4%, respectively.
Persons: Curtis Nagle, Nagle, Samik Chatterjee, Goldman Sachs, Pinterest Organizations: Dow Jones, Computer, Moderna, CNBC Pro, Bank of America, TikTok, JPMorgan, Super Locations: chipmakers
But meeting that lofty challenge is increasingly not just a function of Kemper's gained expertise in renewables and clean technology from stints at the UN and financing clean energy projects in developing countries before founding Palmetto, he told us recently. Building the proper sounding board is critical for any leader, especially as challenges and opportunities for business are emerging quicker than ever. For Kemper, his approach has been to build a network around him where "the world is kind of one degree away." Kemper said Summers' expertise will be crucial as the company looks to navigate the continually murky waters of economic policy moving forward. Decarbonization is not only vital for environmental sustainability but also for stabilizing global long-term economic growth," Summers said in a statement.
Persons: Chris Kemper, Kemper, Kemper's, You've, Neil Chatterjee, Nirav Tolia, Monica Williams, Larry Summers, Bill Clinton's, President Obama, Summers, Larry, there's Organizations: Palmetto, UN, U.S . Federal Energy Regulatory, Equity, National Economic Council, President, World Bank
U.S. tech CEOs give India PM Modi boost ahead of election
  + stars: | 2024-04-18 | by ( Seema Mody | ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +2 min
The ironclad relationship that India Prime Minister Narendra Modi has developed with CEOs of the largest U.S. tech companies is giving his nation the foreign support that India has craved for more than a decade. The promise of further economic growth in India as China's economy slows has led many American CEOs to support Modi's policies. Ahead of the election, Apple's expansion into India in particular has given Modi political clout and created more investing interest among U.S. companies, experts told CNBC. Modi has established an ongoing dialogue with a range of powerful Silicon Valley CEOs as India's national election starts. The election, which will end in early June, is expected to see more than 960 million citizens vote.
Persons: Sundar Pichai, Tim Cook, Narendra Modi, Manjari Chatterjee Miller, Modi, India's, , Pravin Krishna, Chung Ju Yung Organizations: Apple, Washington , D.C, India, Indian, CNBC, Council, Foreign Relations, Johns Hopkins University, Bharatiya Janata Party Locations: Washington ,, India, Washington, Beijing, Pakistan, South Asia, Modi's
Apple shares just had their best day since last May
  + stars: | 2024-04-11 | by ( Kif Leswing | ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +1 min
Apple CEO Tim Cook greets customers as he arrives for the release of the Vision Pro headset at the Apple Store in New York City on Feb. 2, 2024. Apple shares climbed 4.3% on Thursday to a share price of $175.04. Apple's rise came during a strong day for technology stocks, especially those in artificial intelligence, as the Nasdaq Composite rose 1.77%. Apple shares are down more than 5% so far this year. On Thursday, JPMorgan analysts wrote that sentiment over Apple shares is improving with hedge fund investors, partially due to its recent stock slide.
Persons: Tim Cook, Apple's, Samik Chatterjee, Chatterjee Organizations: Apple, Nasdaq, JPMorgan, Apple's Worldwide, Bloomberg Locations: New York City, China
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailNeil Chatterjee weighs in on report alleging Pres. Biden plans to block Arctic oil drillingHosted by Brian Sullivan, “Last Call” is a fast-paced, entertaining business show that explores the intersection of money, culture and policy. Tune in Monday through Friday at 7 p.m. ET on CNBC.
Persons: Neil Chatterjee, Pres, Biden, Brian Sullivan, Organizations: CNBC
Investors are again underestimating Apple's gross profit margins, according to Bank of America. In actuality, the company exceeded those expectations, reporting 44% gross margins last year. Looking ahead, Mohan estimates that vertical integration and product mix could yield more than 100 basis points of upside to Apple's gross margins. He also estimates that Apple's utilization of its own internal modems could add 110 basis points to product gross margins and 160 basis points of iPhone gross margins. "Pricing is an additional level that Apple can employ to further increase gross margins."
Persons: Wamsi Mohan, Mohan, Samik Chatterjee Organizations: Bank of America, Apple, Products, Services, Bank of, JPMorgan, Cap Tech
Apple added that the lawsuit could empower the government “to take a heavy hand in designing people’s technology.”But if successful, the lawsuit could ripple across Apple’s products and services. Anna Moneymaker/Getty ImagesChanges to the App StoreIf found liable, the company could be forced to change a number of things. One such change is how iPhone users could get greater access to “super apps” that have been largely restricted before. More open servicesAnother likely change is how hardware from other companies, such as smartwatches, will interact with the Apple range of devices and software, including the iPhone and Apple’s services like Fitness+. But Apple’s success stems in part to its tight grip on its products and services, keeping things intuitive and seamless.
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Goldman Sachs, meanwhile trimmed its price target on Boeing, citing several risks amid the company's ongoing safety issues. The analyst initiated coverage of the stock with an overweight rating and year-end price target of $1,150, which implies shares could jump 18.2%. Analyst Kannan Venkateshwar upgraded shares of the media giant to overweight from equal weight and also raised his price target by $40. His new $135 price target implies 16.5% potential upside over the next year. — Pia Singh 5:37 a.m.: Goldman Sachs trims Boeing price target Goldman Sachs lowered its price target on Boeing to $257 from $268 amid the airplane maker's ongoing issues safety issues.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan's Samik Chatterjee, inferencing, Chatterjee, — Pia Singh, Kannan Venkateshwar, Venkateshwar, Disney's, Noah Poponak, Poponak, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, Disney, Barclays, Boeing, JPMorgan, Computer, Enterprises, Alaska Airlines Locations: 3Q24, 4Q24
Masimo — The medical technology company climbed nearly 5%. Wells Fargo upgraded the stock to overweight from equal weight in light of the news. Super Micro Computer — The chip stock jumped nearly 10% after JPMorgan initiated coverage of the high-flying name. Foot Locker — Shares jumped 7% after Evercore upgraded shares to outperform from in line. Digital World Acquisition Corp. — The special purpose acquisition company leapt 26% after shareholders approved a merger with former President Donald Trump's social media company Trump Media & Technology Group, which owns Truth Social.
Persons: David Calhoun, Larry Kellner, Masimo, Wells Fargo, Samik Chatterjee, Chipmakers, Nelson Peltz's, Bob Iger, Evercore, Foot, Wedbush, GameStop's, Donald Trump's, Alex Harring, Jesse Pound, Hakyung Kim, Pia Singh, Sarah Min Organizations: Boeing, JPMorgan, Department of Energy, Semiconductor, Micron Technology, Nvidia, VanEck Semiconductor, Disney, Barclays, Fund Management, Mizuho, GameStop, Trump Media & Technology Group, Trump Media, United Airlines —, Reuters, U.S . Federal Aviation Administration, United Airlines Locations: Wells, Cleveland, Department of Energy . Cleveland, Ohio, Pennsylvania
Super Micro Computer's red-hot run should continue as it powers the artificial intelligence revolution sweeping Wall Street, according to JPMorgan. Analyst Samik Chatterjee initiated coverage of Super Micro Computer with an overweight rating as the company leads the AI compute market "still in its infancy." Supporting the target and a next-twelve months EPS multiple of 36 times is an expectation for rapid growth and earnings upside within the AI server market. SMCI YTD mountain Super Micro shares year to date Driving ongoing upside is an expectation for rapid growth in the server market. This suggests that Super Micro will conservatively gain 10% to 15% of the AI server market.
Persons: Samik Chatterjee, Micro's, Chatterjee Organizations: JPMorgan, Computer, Super
Overall, Chatterjee said that the AI cohort is trading at a 55% premium relative to the non-AI basket. While that may be the case, the top AI picks still remain attractive — including a few names outside of the chip space, he wrote. In the same note, Chatterjee released a list of his top AI stock picks. One of Chatterjee's top AI picks is PC and server manufacturer Dell . The stock "trades at one of the most inexpensive multiples relative to the AI Group despite the robust premium relative to its own historical average," he wrote.
Persons: Stocks, Samik Chatterjee, Chatterjee, Dell, Goldman Sachs, Michael Ng Organizations: JPMorgan, Nvidia, Apple, Big Tech, Dell, Arista Networks, Arista
Some critics of the suit believe it could make the iPhone worse, leading to security concerns and a less seamless experience. But is that something that iPhone users really want? The DOJ filed an antitrust lawsuit against Apple on Thursday. AdvertisementFor its part, Apple has argued that the DOJ's lawsuit could pose any number of issues for iPhone users — from security and privacy concerns to a degradation in user experience. A less seamless user experienceThe DOJ's lawsuit could also have a detrimental impact on Apple's signature user experience, according to some experts.
Persons: , Apple, Jeff Chiu, Tim Cook, Cook, Benedict Evans, Evans, Jennifer Huddleston, Koch, Huddleston, Adam Kovacevich, Dave Lee, Lee, Forrester, Dipanjan Chatterjee, Apple's, Chatterjee, Fortune Organizations: DOJ, Apple, Service, US Department of Justice, AP, Union's, Venture, Cato Institute, Apple Watch, of, Big Tech, Bloomberg
A version of this story first appeared in CNN Business’ Before the Bell newsletter. But America’s publicly traded companies are flashing a key sign of economic uncertainty — they’ve been hoarding cash. And companies with existing and expensive debt in a high-interest rate environment would likely want to use their cash to pay it down. “We interpret this correlation as evidence that cash reserves act like insurance against sudden economic shocks,” wrote the researchers. The missing bolts are apparently not the only problem.
Persons: America’s, ” Vijay Govindarajan, , Dartmouth’s Govindarajan, Anup Srivastava, Chandrani Chatterjee, Max, Jennifer Homendy, Homendy, Evan Spiegel, Tuesday’s, Read Organizations: CNN Business, Bell, New York CNN, CNN, Moody’s Investors, Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business, University of Calgary’s Haskayne School of Business, University of Texas, JPMorgan, NTSB, Boeing, National Transportation Safety, Max, Alaska Airlines, United Airlines, Wall Street, Meta Locations: New York, Ukraine, Arlington, Alaska, Oregon,
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