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From left to right: Johan Pihl, Doconomy's chief creative officer and co-founder, and Mathias Wikstrom, chief executive officer and co-founder. DoconomySwedish climate-focused financial technology startup Doconomy told CNBC on Thursday that it's raised 34 million euros ($36.9 million) from leading European banks, including UBS and Commerzbank . Credit ratings agency S&P Global came on board as a new investor, while existing shareholders Motive Ventures, PostFinance and Tenity also participated. watch nowDoconomy plans to use the fresh cash to drive expansion into North America and roll out new products, CEO and co-founder Mathias Wikstrom told CNBC in an interview. Mathias Wikstrom CEO, Doconomy
Persons: Johan Pihl, Mathias Wikstrom, it's, Tenity, Wikstrom, Jordan Peterson, It's, Doconomy Organizations: CNBC, UBS, Commerzbank, UBS Next, P Global, Motive Ventures, PostFinance, Boston Consulting Group, Mastercard, United Nations, Dreams Technology, Citi Ventures, Ikea Locations: Sweden, North America
Photographer: David Odisho/Bloomberg via Getty ImagesShares of Salesforce tumbled 20% Thursday morning, putting the stock on pace for its worst day in nearly 20 years. Its worst trading day on record is July 4, 2004, when shares fell 27% just days after the company went public. Salesforce expects second-quarter adjusted earnings per share of $2.34 to $2.36 on $9.2 billion to $9.25 billion in revenue. Goldman Sachs analysts reiterated their buy rating on the stock and said they view Salesforce as a "high-quality software franchise." Goldman Sachs analysts said in a note Wednesday that Salesforce is "an under-appreciated Gen-AI winner."
Persons: Marc Benioff, Benioff, David Odisho, Salesforce, LSEG, Salesforce's, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, — CNBC's Michael Bloom, Jordan Novet Organizations: Inc, Bloomberg, Getty, Citi Locations: San Francisco , California, Francisco's
Mr. Met poses before the game between the Chicago Cubs and the New York Mets at Citi Field. To that end, the Mets will be working on development, production and distribution with Range Sports, a division of entertainment management firm Range Media Partners. Mets owner and hedge fund manager Steve Cohen is a minority investor in Range through his Point72 Ventures fund. The Mets will be focused on a variety of content, Havens said, from players talking about fashion or what they do in the offseason to storytelling around the culture of Mets fans. "That opens up a bunch of new opportunities to engage Mets fans and non-Mets fans," Havens said.
Persons: it's, Steve Cohen, John Malone's Liberty, David Bonderman, Scott Havens, Havens, Pete Alonso, Jorge Lopez, Will Funk, Greg Luckman, Bradley Cooper, Jack Harlow, Brock Purdy, LIV, WWE's, Cohen Organizations: Chicago Cubs, New York Mets, Citi Field, The New York Mets, Major League Baseball, NBA, NFL, Mets, Sports, Range Media Partners, Point72 Ventures, John, John Malone's Liberty Global, TPG, Business, Bloomberg Media, San Francisco 49ers, CW, LIV Golf, ACC football, WWE's NXT Locations: Queens , New York
Salesforce stock plunged 21% after the company reported its first revenue miss since 2006. AdvertisementSalesforce stock plunged as much as 21% on Thursday after the company reported its first revenue miss since 2006. Here are the key numbers:AdvertisementQ1 Revenue: $9.13 billion, versus analyst estimates of $9.17 billion$9.13 billion, versus analyst estimates of $9.17 billion Q1 Adjusted earnings per share: $2.44, versus analyst estimates of $2.38$2.44, versus analyst estimates of $2.38 Q2 Revenue guidance: $9.2 billion to $9.25 billion, versus analyst estimates of $9.37 billion"Macro headwinds returned with a vengeance," analysts at Citi said in a note on Thursday. AdvertisementGoldman Sachs reiterated its "Buy" rating on Salesforce and categorized the weakness in the company's results as "cyclical headwinds" that should ultimately dissipate. AdvertisementCiti reiterated its "Neutral" rating and took a more cautious view on Salesforce following their results.
Persons: , Goldman Sachs, Dan Ives, Ives Organizations: Service, Citi, Bank of America, Sales
Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Wednesday: Bernstein reiterates Nvidia as outperform Bernstein said it's sticking with its outperform rating on the stock. " Argus upgrades Berkshire Hathaway to buy from hold Argus said it's getting bullish on shares of Warren Buffett's multinational conglomerate. UBS reiterates First Solar as buy UBS raised its price target on First Solar to $350 per share from $270. Bank of America reiterates Apple as buy Bank of America said it's bullish on top pick Apple and its entry into iPhones with AI. Bank of America reiterates Dell as buy Bank of America raised its price target on Dell to $180 per share from $130.
Persons: Bernstein, Berkshire Hathaway, Argus, it's, Fluence, LBRT, Jefferies, TD Cowen, Medpace, Cowen, Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan, Wells, Baird, MM120, Truist, Dell, Jack Hartung, Cindy Olsen Organizations: Nvidia, Argus, Warren, UBS, Citi, Liberty Energy, United Airlines, Airlines, American Airlines, " Bank of America, Apple, Bank of America, Netflix, Disney, RBC, Eldorado, Eldorado Gold, BTC, Citi downgrades Bank, JPMorgan, Mind, of America, Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, Dell, Field Locations: Berkshire, U.S, OFS, United, El Paso, Parks, F4Q, CAVA, Chicago
Investors searching for income can find some bargains in dividend stocks, according to Ben Kirby, co-head of investments at Thornburg Investment Management. Now investors have an added benefit in that dividend stocks are selling at a big discount, he said. When looking for the right dividend stock, Kirby wants companies offering solid balance sheets and free-cash-flow, as well as competitive advantages and sustainable profit margins. Here are some of the stocks Kirby owns in his funds and that he particularly likes right now. If the reductions continue, coupled with the stock's dividend yield, "that alone will drive a pretty competitive return," Kirby said.
Persons: Ben Kirby, Kirby, Jane Fraser, we're, Fraser Organizations: Thornburg Investment Management, Kirby, Depot, Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase, CNBC, Citi, Time Warner
6:27 a.m.: UBS hikes First Solar price target, sees 25% upside There's a rosy outlook ahead for First Solar , according to UBS. Analyst Jon Windham cited a more supportive pricing environment as one reason for the price target change. The investment bank upgraded the airline to buy from hold, lifting its price target to $65 from $54. — Lisa Kailai Han 5:41 a.m.: Bank of America reiterates Apple as a top pick Apple shares could get a boost as consumers upgrade to AI-enabled phones, according to Bank of America. Analyst Wamsi Mohan reiterated his view that Apple is a top pick, maintaining his buy rating and price target of $230.
Persons: Jon Windham, Windham, Lisa Kailai Han, Scott Gruber, Gruber, LBRT, — Lisa Kailai Han, Morgan Stanley, SLB, Daniel Kutz, Kutz, Jefferies, Sheila Kahyaoglu, Kahyaoglu, Wamsi Mohan, Mohan, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, United Airlines, Apple, United, Jefferies, Bank of America, UBS, Citi, Liberty Energy, of Liberty Energy, Nvidia Locations: Tuesday's, OFS, United
However, the average millennial reported roughly $63,000 in retirement savings so far. While millennials will need more money to retire comfortably, many are far away from the savings milestone experts suggest. What's more, the future of the US Social Security system is uncertain, and longer expected lifespans — while a positive development — will require more retirement savings. How to figure out how much retirement savings you needTiffany Bell, a 36-year-old business management professional based in Houston, didn't always take retirement savings seriously. How millennials can get their retirement savings back on trackWhile some millennials are struggling financially, it's not all doom and gloom when it comes to their retirement prospects.
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Meanwhile, JPMorgan upgraded Huntington Bancshares to overweight from neutral, with a price target that implies upside of 31%. Analyst Scott Hanold's $90 price target implies that shares of Civitas could rise 25% from here. These two headwinds combined together could create near-term pressures for the stock by limiting Zscaler's billings growth, the analyst wrote. Nowinski's price target of $182, down from $275, implies the stock could rise 6% from here. The bank upgraded shares of the cruise operator to buy from neutral and lifted its price target to $24 from $21.
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The global semiconductor industry is set to experience "groundbreaking changes," Citi said, naming stocks to play the theme. Here are six stocks from Citi's list, which stand out for having substantial upside potential, according to FactSet's consensus price targets. Nvidia Among Citi's list of top stocks is investor darling Nvidia . Samsung Electronics and SK Hynix South Korean tech giants Samsung Electronics and SK Hynix also made Citi's list. Citi also noted that SK Hynix is looking forward to stronger supplies of HBM3E chips through to 2025, "in line with the customer's roadmap."
Persons: Atif Malik, ASMPT, Kevin Chen, Takayuki Naito, Ibiden, Hynix, Peter Lee, — CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: Citi, Nvidia, Tokyo Stock Exchange, Franklin FTSE, Franklin FTSE Hong Kong ETF, BlackRock Future Tech ETF, Samsung Electronics, SK Hynix South, SK Hynix, Korea ETF, Franklin FTSE South Korea ETF Locations: Hong Kong, Franklin FTSE Hong, SK Hynix South Korean, Korea, Franklin FTSE South
Shortly after the opening bell, we will initiate a position in Dover by buying 100 shares at roughly $184.20. Meanwhile, total revenue was up 1% — the first positive growth since the first quarter of last year — to $2.09 billion, ahead of the expected $2.03 billion. That business posted 9.2% organic growth and total revenues of $543 million, far above the expected $495 million. Another standout business was pumps and process solutions, which had 4.5% organic growth and total revenue of $466 million, beating the expected $441 million consensus estimate. Jim waits 45 minutes after sending a trade alert before buying or selling a stock in his charitable trust's portfolio.
Persons: Jim Cramer's, DOV, We'll, Jim Cramer, Jim Organizations: DuPont, Dupont, Management, Dover, Citi, CNBC Locations: Dover
GameStop — Shares surged nearly 27% following the company's announcement Friday that it had made around $933.4 million from a stock sale. Norwegian Cruise Line Holding — The cruise stock rose 3% following an upgrade to buy from neutral at Mizuho. Bank of America initiated coverage of Viking with a buy rating, citing its "singular brand and clear niche." UBS also gave it a buy rating, saying it's a "pure play in luxury travel." Airbnb — Shares of the short-term rental company added 1.5% following an upgrade by Wedbush to outperform.
Persons: DuPont's, Andrew Boone, Duolingo Max, Boone, Huntington Bancshares, Jesse Pound, Sarah Min, Michelle Fox Organizations: GameStop, Nvidia, Cruise, Mizuho, Street, New York Stock Exchange, Bank of America, UBS, JPMorgan, DuPont —, Citi, U.S, Cellular, Mobile
Every weekday the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer holds a "Morning Meeting" livestream at 10:20 a.m. In response, Jim Cramer said, "Nvidia is capturing so much of the mindshare that maybe people are selling [the broader market] to make a bigger position in Nvidia." The Club shares similar sentiments to the Wall Street firms — saying a break up is a win for shareholders. 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 .
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UBS upgrades Globant to buy from neutral UBS said it sees "demand stabilization" for the IT and software development company. Wedbush upgrades Airbnb to outperform from neutral Wedbush said investors should buy the dip in shares of Airbnb. Morgan Stanley reiterates CrowdStrike as a top pick Morgan Stanley raised its price target on the stock to $422 per share from $372. Morgan Stanley reiterates Microsoft and Meta as overweight Morgan Stanley said in its analysis of large-cap institutional ownership that Microsoft is most under-owned and Meta the most over-owned. " Morgan Stanley reiterates Amazon as overweight Morgan Stanley said the e-commerce giant has a "widening" competitive advantage. "
Persons: Melius, Truist, Mizuho, Hannifin, it's, Futu, Steve Steinour, Zach Wasserman, Huntington, NCLH, Wells, Morgan Stanley, CrowdStrike, Dell, John Donovan, JMP, Guggenheim Organizations: Nvidia, Parker, Mizuho, Argus, UBS, JPMorgan, NASDAQ, 38ppt, " Bank of America, Bank of America, RBC, Netflix, &, Deutsche Bank, Deutsche, Citi, DuPont, Department of Justice, TAM, Guggenheim, Microsoft, Meta, Apple Locations: Asia, Airbnb, ZS, China
After more than half a decade of dramatically depreciating currency, burning through FX reserves and unorthodox monetary policy, Turkey's economy is battle-scarred. New economic and central bank team appointments since roughly a year ago appear dedicated to reversing Turkey's fortunes, no matter how painful the process. The central bank oversaw an aggressive cumulative rate increase of 3,650 basis points between May 2023 and January 2024. It said at the time that "tight monetary stance will be maintained until a significant and sustained decline in the underlying trend of monthly inflation is observed." "The authorities' shift towards policy normalization has galvanized investor interest in Turkish assets," according to a Citi report published Thursday.
Persons: Recep Tayyip Erdogan Organizations: Citi Locations: Turkey
That said, there are still some opportunities to buy AI stocks on the cheap. The stock's current forward price-to-earnings multiple at 20.1 is only slightly below its five-year average of 21.20. It is also cheap — the stock's current forward price-to-earnings multiple at 150.08 is significantly below its five-year average of 761.17. The stock is also trading at a discount to its five-year average, with a forward price-to-earnings ratio of 16. Other favored AI plays that meet the aforementioned criteria include Equinix , Adobe and Western Digital Corp .
Persons: Wall, Morgan Stanley, Snowflake, Tyler Radke, Joseph Moore, FactSet Organizations: Nvidia, Nasdaq, Dow Jones, CNBC Pro, Meta, Facebook, Citi Research, Micron Technology, Micron, Adobe, Western Digital Corp
Middle managers are becoming an endangered species in Corporate America, with some companies viewing the role as obsolete , writes Business Insider's Lindsay Dodgson. Remote work, tech efficiencies, and a general push to cut costs have contributed to middle managers' demise. It's a strategy Corporate America, particularly Big Tech, deployed in 2023. The "year of efficiency," as Mark Zuckerberg dubbed it, was all about flattening organizations, and middle managers were the ones getting squished . The death of middle managers could also fuel the current dismantling of another cohort: the middle class .
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That doesn’t mean the battle against inflation is won. Walmart saw first-quarter sales at stores open at least a year climb 3.8% from the prior year, in part thanks to its ability to keep prices low even as inflation remains sticky. “Our combination of everyday low prices plus a large number of rollbacks is resonating” with consumers, Walmart CEO Doug McMillon said on a call with analysts. Investors will get more inflation data next week from the Personal Consumption Expenditures index for April. Without that discount, the combined fine would have topped £88 million ($112 million).
Persons: Doug McMillon, Price, we’re, , Preston Caldwell, Scarlett Johansson, Will Scarlett Johansson, OpenAI, Johansson, OpenAI’s, Sam Altman, Brian Fung, OpenAI didn’t, Anna Cooban, Organizations: CNN Business, Bell, New York CNN, Walmart, Ikea, Aldi, Morningstar Research Services, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Investors, Citi, Citigroup, Financial Conduct Authority, Bank of England’s Prudential, Authority, CNN Locations: New York, United States
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailNvidia earnings closed out earnings season, says Virtus' Joe TerranovaTrivariate's Adam Parker, Virtus' Joe Terranova, and Citi's Kristen Bitterly join 'Closing Bell' to discuss markets, Nvidia earnings, and more.
Persons: Virtus, Joe Terranova Trivariate's Adam Parker, Joe Terranova, Citi's Kristen Organizations: Nvidia
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, Virtus’ Joe Terranova and Citi’s Kristen BitterlyTrivariate's Adam Parker, Virtus' Joe Terranova, and Citi's Kristen Bitterly join 'Closing Bell' to discuss markets, Nvidia earnings, and more.
Persons: Trivariate's Adam Parker, Virtus, Virtus ’ Joe Terranova, Citi’s Kristen, Adam Parker, Joe Terranova, Citi's Kristen Organizations: Virtus ’, Nvidia
Wall Street analysts are turning more bullish on Nvidia yet again following another strong guide from the chipmaking behemoth. "The narrative is clearly nowhere near its end, or likely nowhere near its peak," he wrote, adding that shares appear inexpensive. He expects Nvidia's Blackwell chips to be sold out through 2025. "While it's large enough market that competitors can succeed or even gain share, NVIDIA remains the standard bearer for multifaceted AI," he wrote. Nvidia's results lifted the broader chip sector, with the VanEck Semiconductor ETF (SMH) trading 3% higher in the premarket.
Persons: Tom O'Malley, Bernstein's Stacy Rasgon, Blackwell, Blayne Curtis, Citi's Atif Malik, JPMorgan's Harlan Sur, Goldman Sachs, Toshiya Hari, Sur, Morgan Stanley's Joseph Moore, Nvidia's Blackwell Organizations: Nvidia, Blackwell, Wall, Barclays, Jefferies, NVIDIA, VanEck Semiconductor, Micron Technology, AMD Locations: CY25
Bhattacharya said Super Micro is well-positioned with smaller cloud service providers that are expanding globally amid strong demand. SMCI YTD mountain Super Micro, year to date Taiwan Semiconductor also stands to gain from Nvidia's report, according to Bank of America analyst Brad Lin. Nvidia's strong forward guidance is a particularly good sign, Bank of America argued. Citigroup analyst Laura Chen told clients to expect "strong momentum to continue" at Taiwan Semiconductor following Nvidia's latest financial results. For the former, he listed Astera Labs , Credo Technology , Marvell Technology , Macom Technology Solutions and Monolithic Power Systems as likely winners given their high exposure.
Persons: Ruplu Bhattacharya, Bhattacharya, Supermicro, It's, FactSet, Brad Lin, Lin, Laura Chen, Dell, Asiya Merchant, Merchant, Tore Svanberg, Svanberg Organizations: Nvidia, Computer, Bank of America, Taiwan Semiconductor, Citigroup, Taiwan Semiconductor's, Citi, Dell, DELL, Technology, Marvell Technology, Macom Technology Solutions, Systems, Semiconductors, ON Semiconductor, Ambarella, Texas, Devices, Power Systems Locations: Taiwan, Taiwan Semiconductor's U.S
What Nvidia's stock split means for retail investors
  + stars: | 2024-05-23 | by ( Samantha Subin | )   time to read: +2 min
Nvidia's upcoming stock split could propel the chipmaker higher over the short run and boost already enthusiastic investor sentiment, according to Wall Street. Nvidia's results prompted many Wall Street firms to boost their price targets on the stock as demand continues. While a split may improve accessibility by lowering the share price, it doesn't alter the value or fundamentals of the business. Citi's Atif Malik called the split a "positive surprise," while Susquehanna's Christopher Rolland said it "invigorates the retail crowd." "The 10:1 stock split likely adds short-term momentum to this AI bellwether," said Needham's Quinn Bolton.
Persons: Baruah, Citi's Atif Malik, Susquehanna's Christopher Rolland, Needham's Quinn Bolton Organizations: Semiconductor, Walmart, Lam Research, Nvidia
Oil prices fall on worries of higher U.S. interest rates
  + stars: | 2024-05-23 | by ( )   time to read: +2 min
An aerial view of a crude oil storage facility is seen on May 4, 2020 in Cushing, Oklahoma. Oil prices eased for a fourth straight day on Thursday on worries that U.S. borrowing costs could be hiked again if inflation surged, a move that could hurt oil demand. Brent crude futures fell 27 cents, or 0.3%, to $81.63 a barrel at 0004 GMT. U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude (WTI) futures were down 35 cents, or 0.5%, at $77.14. Higher interest rates boost borrowing costs, crunching funds that could boost economic growth and oil demand.
Persons: Brent Organizations: Brent, . West Texas, Federal, Energy Information Administration, Organization of, Petroleum, Secretariat, Russian Energy Ministry, Wednesday, Citi Research, Citi Locations: Cushing , Oklahoma, U.S, Russia, OPEC
A trading mistake at Citigroup in 2022 has led to a $78 million fine against the bank. The "fat-finger" trade caused a brief flash crash in European stocks in May 2022. The brief flash crash caused by the mistaken trade briefly wiped out $322 billion in market value. A trader in Citigroup's London unit entered one too many zeros in a trade in May 2022, sparking a short-lived flash crash in European stocks. AdvertisementThe $78 million fine from UK regulators is in addition to about $50 million Citigroup lost on the trade, bringing the total cost of the fat-finger trade to about $130 million.
Persons: Organizations: Citigroup, Service, Bloomberg, Bank of England's Prudential Regulatory Authority Locations: Citigroup's London, Stockholm
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