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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailThere are 'pockets of opportunities' in REITs despite 2024 headwinds: Morgan Stanley's Ron KamdemRon Kamdem, Morgan Stanley head of U.S. REITs and CRE research, joins 'The Exchange' to discuss how interest rates have affected the REIT market, which REITs might hold the most potential, and more.
Persons: Morgan Stanley's Ron Kamdem Ron Kamdem, Morgan Stanley Locations: REITs
New York CNN —Buying or selling a stock is about to get a lot snappier starting next Tuesday. But that doesn’t mean it’ll get smoother, at least right away — and some financial firms are preparing to handle any possible bumpiness. Clearinghouses, which sit between buyers and sellers, collect margins from traders as evidence that they can afford to make the transaction. Baird has had a T+1 committee in place since last summer to ensure such hiccups don’t happen, Lee said. “The existing two-day period to settle trades exposes investors and the industry to unnecessary risk and is ripe for change,” Robinhood CEO Vlad Tenev said in a February 2021 release.
Persons: , That’s, ” Gary Gensler, , Rich Lee, Baird, Lee, Reddit, Vlad Tenev, Max, Gregory Wallace, Brian West, Mike Whitaker, ” “, ” Whitaker, Read, Meta, that’s, Clare Duffy, Patrick Collison, Nat Friedman, Tobi Lütke, Charlie Songhurst, White, OpenAI Organizations: CNN Business, Bell, New York CNN, Securities and Exchange Commission, Employees, GameStop, AMC Entertainment, AMC, Robinhood, Investors, Boeing, FAA, Federal Aviation Administration, Wolfe Research, ABC, Microsoft, Meta Locations: New York, OpenAI
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailWatch CNBC’s full interview with Larry Adam, Kim Forrest, and Mark ZandiLarry Adam, Raymond James chief investment officer, Kim Forrest, Bokeh Capital Partners chief investment officer, and Mark Zandi, Moody’s Analytics chief economist, join 'The Exchange' to discuss the state of the economy, opportunities in the markets, and more.
Persons: Larry Adam, Kim Forrest, Mark Zandi Larry Adam, Raymond James, Mark Zandi Organizations: Bokeh Capital Partners
Grading the consumer discretionary sector's Q1 performance
  + stars: | 2024-05-24 | 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 EmailGrading the consumer discretionary sector's Q1 performanceCNBC's Dom Chu joins 'The Exchange' to report on trends in consumer discretionary sector stocks.
Persons: Dom Chu
It's holding on to its weekly gain of 20%, and is on pace for its best week in more than a year. Earlier this week surged more than 20% over two days, as expectations of an SEC approval of ether ETF applications changed abruptly. By contrast, in the weeks leading up to approvals for bitcoin ETFs, the SEC was reported to be engaging actively with fund issuers. Coinbase , which may be a beneficiary of ether ETFs, was more than 1% in premarket trading, while Robinhood nearly 1%. Cryptocurrency prices, including ether's, may also be tempered by the Thursday afternoon stock market sell-off.
Persons: Rachel Lin, Ether, Alex Saleh, Coinbase, bitcoin Organizations: Metrics, Securities and Exchange Commission, SEC
Talking politics at work: If you must, tread carefully
  + stars: | 2024-05-24 | by ( Jeanne Sahadi | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +6 min
Sometimes someone with strong views can be unnerved by a person who thinks nothing is ever a big deal, and vice-versa. Either way, the question is: How can we keep our conversations about any of these lightening rod issues from derailing our ability to work well together? For employers: Stress civility and set guardrailsRegardless of any one hot-button issue, it seems like US culture has become less civil over time. And many polarizing conversations are happening at work in ways they weren’t years ago, according to SHRM, the leading human resources membership association. … Recognize that while his opinion may be contrary to yours, what is the goal of being at work?
Persons: New York CNN —, Donald Trump’s, ’ ”, Christy Pruitt, Haynes, Pruitt, Oliver Brecht, Cindy O’Peka, It’s, ” Pruitt, “ Compartmentalize, , , , ” Brecht, it’s, O’Peka Organizations: New, New York CNN, NeuroLeadership Institute, Consulting Locations: New York, Gaza
Here's why KKM's Jeff Kilburg likes IBM stock amid Nvidia hype
  + stars: | 2024-05-24 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: 1 min
In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailHere's why KKM's Jeff Kilburg likes IBM stock amid Nvidia hypeJeff Kilburg, KKM Financial founder and CEO, joins 'The Exchange' to discuss how to trade Palo Alto Networks, IBN, Intel, and Nike.
Persons: Jeff Kilburg Organizations: KKM Financial, Palo Alto Networks, Intel, Nike
Workday : The HR software company cut its subscription revenue outlook, and the stock was being punished Friday, down 13.5%. "Everybody in the country is trying to scale back" human resources, Jim Cramer said Friday, adding that's the problem. The stock Wednesday finished well off the highs for the session and then went down and up Thursday and Friday. Cramer said "Deckers is very well run company" but warned that footwear and apparel "can be fickle." Cramer said he owns ether in his personal portfolio.
Persons: Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Cramer, UGGs Organizations: CNBC, Club, HR, Ross Stores, Ross, Intuit, SEC, U.S . Locations: Maxx
Luckily, Goldman hadn't filled the role, so I started working for them in November 2018. Working at Goldman Sachs would always be limitingI liked working as a trader at Goldman, but it wasn't fulfilling. I slowly realized that working for Goldman or any company, the end goal is limited to possibly being a partner. At the same time all this was happening, Luna Crypto, followed by the crypto market, crashed. AdvertisementThe crypto industry had been decimated, and I'd lost around two-thirds of my savings in cryptocurrency.
Persons: , Hong, Goldman Sachs, wasn't, Goldman hadn't, There's, I'd, Matthew, Aaron, He'd, Aron, Goldman, Luna Crypto, I, FTX, We're Organizations: Service, Credit Suisse, Business, Amazon, Goldman Locations: Hong Kong, Canada, Barcelona, Singapore, cryptocurrency
In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailDuke Energy CEO on recent demand: 'You should think of us as a growth industry'Duke Energy CEO Lynn Good joins 'The Exchange' to discuss recent data center demand, regulatory implications on the company's earnings, and more.
Persons: Lynn Good Organizations: Duke Energy
Raymond James CIO: Tech is a 'shining star' this earnings season
  + stars: | 2024-05-24 | 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 EmailRaymond James CIO: Tech is a 'shining star' this earnings seasonLarry Adam, Raymond James chief investment officer, Kim Forrest, Bokeh Capital Partners chief investment officer, and Mark Zandi, Moody’s Analytics chief economist, join 'The Exchange' to discuss the impact of Fed uncertainty on the markets, investing in the AI boom, and more.
Persons: Raymond James, Larry Adam, Kim Forrest, Mark Zandi Organizations: Raymond James CIO, Tech, Bokeh Capital Partners
Ross Stores posted earnings of $1.46 per share on $4.86 billion in revenue. Revenue came out at $2.77 billion, slightly higher than analysts' forecast of $2.72 billion. Intuit forecast adjusted earnings of $1.80 per share to $1.85 per share, while analysts polled by FactSet expected $1.92 per share. Toast — Shares of the financial tech company, which specializes in point-of-sale products for restaurants, gained nearly 1%. Workday forecast subscription revenue of $1.895 billion, while the consensus forecast called for $1.9 billion, per StreetAccount.
Persons: Booz Allen Hamilton, Booz Allen, Robinhood, FactSet, Moshe Katri, Katri, LSEG, , Jesse Pound, Tanaya Macheel, Alex Harring, Samantha Subin Organizations: Ross Stores, Ross, LSEG, Revenue, U.S . Securities, Exchange Commission, Intuit —, Intuit, Food and Drug Administration
Opening Bell: May 24, 2024
  + stars: | 2024-05-24 | 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 EmailOpening Bell: May 24, 2024Watch the opening bell for the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq from May 24, 2024.
Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, Nasdaq
Japanese stocks are enjoying a banner year, with foreign investors plowing into the market. Japanese investors are hesitant Japanese investors have long been skeptical of the local stock market after the asset price bubble burst in the early 1990s. Another reason Japanese investors may not be as keen on their domestic market could be the yen falling sharply. Outlook for Japanese stocks still strong Despite the recent bout of selling from local investors and the market's recent struggles, many global investors remain bullish on Japanese stocks. This is another "slow-moving but important tailwind to Japanese stocks," with more room to run, according to Zachary Hill, Horizon Investments head of portfolio management.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Kishida, Julian McManus, Janus Henderson, Bernstein, Zachary Hill, Raymond Chan, Chan, McManus, he's, Warren Buffett Organizations: Japan Exchange Group, Nikkei, Bank of Japan, U.S ., Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Investment, Association, Prime, Nippon, Savings, U.S, Horizon Investments, Federal Reserve, Asia Pacific, Allianz Global Investors, Mitsui, Itochu, Sumitomo Locations: U.S, Japan, Asia
Ukraine has begun releasing prisoners to serve in its army, part of a wider effort to rebuild a military that has been depleted by more than two years of war and is strained by relentless Russian assaults. It is unclear how many prisoners in total have been released since the law came into force a week ago. The Ukrainian authorities said this week that more than 3,000 prisoners had already applied. Russia’s program is open to prisoners convicted of violent crimes, while the Ukrainian law does not extend to people convicted of premeditated murder, rape or other serious offenses. The regional court said that most of the men released this week had been convicted of theft.
Persons: Denys Maliuska Organizations: BBC Locations: Ukraine, Russia
Federal regulators on Thursday approved an investment product tied to the cryptocurrency Ether, the most valuable digital asset after Bitcoin, in a major boost for the crypto industry. The Securities and Exchange Commission said a group of exchanges could begin listing investment products known as exchange-traded funds, or E.T.F.s, linked to the price of Ether. approved similar products that track the price of Bitcoin, leading to a flurry of new investment that helped propel Bitcoin’s price to a record high. Before the exchanges can start offering Ether E.T.F.s, the S.E.C. must also approve a separate set of applications from companies that want to issue them, including from major financial firms like BlackRock and Franklin Templeton.
Persons: Franklin Templeton Organizations: Securities, Exchange Commission Locations: BlackRock
Gold prices drift lower on hawkish Fed minutes
  + stars: | 2024-05-23 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +2 min
Gold prices extended their record rally on Monday, supported by speculative buying and continued tensions in the Middle East, which overshadowed strong U.S. job growth in March. Gold prices fell for a third straight session on Thursday after minutes from the most recent Federal Reserve meeting indicated that some officials were inclined to raise interest rates. Spot gold fell 0.3% at $2,370.74 per ounce, as of 0335 GMT, after falling more than 1% in the previous session. "Gold did take a bruising after the Fed minutes reminded investors that interest rate cuts are far from imminent," said Tim Waterer, chief market analyst at KCM Trade. Spot silver fell 0.8% to $30.52, platinum edged 0.2% lower to $1,032.54 and palladium dropped 1.1% to $988.25.
Persons: Bullion, Tim Waterer, Waterer Organizations: Reserve, KCM, Fed, Traders, Reuters Locations: ., U.S
Here's why Redburn Atlantic upgraded FreshPet to buy
  + stars: | 2024-05-23 | 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 EmailHere's why Redburn Atlantic upgraded FreshPet to buyEdward Lewis, Redburn Atlantic analyst, joins 'The Exchange' to discuss his outlook on FreshPets' trajectory, consumer outreach, and more.
Persons: Edward Lewis Locations: Atlantic
CNN —Senate Democrats have launched an inquiry into recent reports that Donald Trump offered oil executives the reversal of some of President Joe Biden’s climate policies upon the former president’s reelection in exchange for campaign contributions. The committees are seeking “descriptions of policy proposals discussed” and “materials distributed to any attendees” at the event. “Time and time again, both Mr. Trump and the U.S. oil and gas industry have proved they are willing to sell out Americans to pad their own pockets,” Sens. In his first term, Trump overturned more than 100 environmental rules and actions put in place by the Obama administration. Trump has vowed that if he’s reelected he will reverse those actions and boost fossil fuels, and oil and gas drilling.
Persons: Donald Trump, Joe Biden’s, Trump, Sens, Ron Wyden, Sheldon Whitehouse, Biden, , ” Trump, Karoline Leavitt, Obama, he’s, CNN’s Morgan Rimmer, Kate Sullivan, Ella Nilsen, Jeremy Herb Organizations: CNN, Democrats, Senate Finance, ExxonMobile, Chevron, Oregon, Big, The Washington Post, Trump Locations: U.S, Rhode, The, Lago
Up to now, for reasons experts often debate, Iran has never made the decision to build a nuclear weapon, despite having at least most of the resources and capabilities it needs to do so, as far as we know. But Mr. Raisi’s death has created an opportunity for the hard-liners in the country who are far less allergic to the idea of going nuclear than the regime has been for decades. Even before Mr. Raisi’s death, there were indications that Iran’s position might be starting to shift. The recent exchange of hostilities with Israel, a country with an undeclared but widely acknowledged nuclear arsenal, has provoked a change of tone in Tehran. “We have no decision to build a nuclear bomb but should Iran’s existence be threatened, there will be no choice but to change our military doctrine,” Kamal Kharrazi, a leading adviser to Iran’s supreme leader, said on May 9.
Persons: Ebrahim Raisi, Raisi’s, ” Kamal Kharrazi, , Ayatollah Ali Khamenei Locations: Israel, Iran, Tehran, , Iranian
An inflatable bull during a ceremony marking the first day of trading of the year at the Korea Exchange (KRX) headquarters in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2024. SeongJoon Cho/Bloomberg via Getty ImagesAsia-Pacific markets were mixed after minutes from the last U.S. Federal Reserve meeting revealed that Fed officials have grown more concerned about inflation, with members indicating they lacked confidence to move forward on interest rate reductions. In Asia, investors will assess flash business activity data from Australia and Japan, as well as Singapore's final first quarter gross domestic figures. South Korea's central bank will be announcing its policy rate decision today. Analysts polled by Reuters expect the Bank of Korea to hold its benchmark lending rate at 3.5%, although a note from ING last week said the meeting will still be closely watched, "as two new members have joined the [BOK's] board since the last meeting and it will be interesting to see if this has changed the view of the board."
Persons: SeongJoon Cho Organizations: Korea Exchange, Bloomberg, Getty Images, Federal Reserve, Reuters, Bank of, ING Locations: Seoul, South Korea, Getty Images Asia, Pacific, U.S, Asia, Australia, Japan, Korea's, Bank of Korea
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailDigital Realty CEO speaks on data center demand, Microsoft's AI PCDigital Realty CEO Andrew Power joins 'The Exchange' to discuss data center demand, Microsoft, and more.
Persons: Andrew Power Organizations: Digital, Digital Realty, Microsoft
Aerial view of Eleven Mile Solar in Coolidge, Az. Put simply, large financial institutions provide part of the financing for a renewable energy project, in exchange for the project's tax credits. Smaller developers don't always have the means to enter into these partnerships, and the appetite from large financial institutions to take stakes in renewable energy projects is limited. That's "[s]till far short of what is needed in the post-IRA clean energy investment landscape," the investment bank Evercore ISI noted. Aerial view of Eleven Mile Solar in Coolidge, Az.
Persons: Az, Van Applegate, Orsted, Biden, , Applegate Organizations: JPMorgan, U.S, Orsted's, IRA, American Council, Renewable Energy Locations: Coolidge, U.S, Coolidge , Arizona, Mineral , Texas, Nextracker
Traders work on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, U.S., December 11, 2023. Stock futures were little changed on Thursday evening, following the worst session in more than a year for the Dow Jones Industrial Average. S&P 500 futures ticked up by 0.04%, while Nasdaq 100 futures pulled back 0.02%. The Dow suffered a 1.53% decline for its worst session since March 2023, weighed down by a 7.6% drop in Boeing. To that end, the S&P 500 is tracking for a weekly loss of 0.7%, while the Dow is on pace to drop about 2.4%.
Persons: Dow, Jamie Cox, Dow Jones Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, Stock, Dow Jones, Dow, Nasdaq, Intuit, Ross Stores, Nvidia, Boeing, Harris Financial, Federal Reserve, University of Locations: New York City, U.S
Opening Bell: May 23, 2024
  + stars: | 2024-05-23 | 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 EmailOpening Bell: May 23, 2024Watch the opening bell for the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq from May 23, 2024.
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