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Morgan Stanley named a new top pick which it called a "unique Nvidia proxy." "We see Aspeed as a unique NVIDIA-related play, being the sole BMC supplier for GB200 and a key supplier to help realize Omniverse adoption," said Morgan Stanley analysts in a June 7 note. Morgan Stanley said with an average selling price of $100 per chip, it estimates the company could enjoy gross margins of 90%. The positive outlook for cloud capital expenditure is also set to benefit the data center supply chain, according to Morgan Stanley. That expected growth would be a 42-point acceleration from just 2% year-on-year growth in 2023, Morgan Stanley said.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: NVIDIA, BMC, GB200, Nvidia, Aspeed, Meta, Microsoft, Google, International, Emerging, China ETF Locations: Taiwan, China
The 61-year-old Silicon Valley veteran running Nvidia has overseen a $2 trillion surge in its value since the start of last year. Justin Sullivan/Getty ImagesThe hype behind Nvidia's chips is no joke. But competitors have been busy developing AI chips of their own to reduce reliance on Nvidia's increasingly expensive offerings. AMD CEO Lisa Su, who's Huang's cousin, is aiming to pry Nvidia customers away with a chip named the MI300X that costs between $10,000 and $15,000. If they succeed in using Triton, they could be one step closer to a future in which alternatives to Nvidia's chips are easier to use.
Persons: , Jensen Huang, Sam Altman, Mark Zuckerberg, Matt Bryson, Huang, isn't, Justin Sullivan, Taylor Swift, Nvidia's, Blackwell, Zuckerberg, Lisa Su, who's, Jensen, AMD, CUDA, OpenAI Organizations: Service, Silicon, Nvidia, Microsoft, Apple, Business, GTC, AMD, Google, Meta, Financial Times Locations: San Jose , California, Woodstock
Wall Street expects a continued increase in Nvidia's AI chip sales ahead of its next-gen Blackwell chip release. Here's what Wall Street expects from Nvidia's upcoming earnings report. Deutsche Bank: "AI leadership to continue"Deutsche Bank said it fully expects Nvidia to deliver "healthy multi-billion dollar beats/raises on still healthy demand for AI compute." However, the bank sees much of that strength already priced into the stock, leading the firm to believe that Nvidia stock is "fully valued." Bloomberg Intelligence: "Nvidia has more levers to attack the market"Bloomberg Intelligence analyst Oscar Hernandez Tejada said in a recent note he fully expects Nvidia to report "a solid beat and raise" on Wednesday, arguing that "Nvidia's AI demand train running at full speed."
Persons: , Wells, Aaron Rakers, Rakers, Taiwan Semiconductor bode, Vivek Arya, Blackwell, Arya, NVDAs, Oscar Hernandez Tejada, Tejada Organizations: Nvidia, Service, ChatGPT, Nvidia's, Blackwell, GPU, Data, Super Micro Computer, Taiwan Semiconductor, Bank of America, Deutsche Bank, Bloomberg Intelligence, Bloomberg Locations: Wells Fargo, Wells, China
A fast food stock and Nvidia were among the stocks being talked about by analysts on Wall Street. RBC assumed coverage of Jack in the Box with an outperform rating and a price target that implies more than 40% upside. Ransom's $10 price target implies about 37.6% potential upside for the stock, which has gained 8.5% this year. Mailk said he likes the buy-rated stock on "secular AI growth opportunities" and maintained his $1,030 price target. New Street Research maintained its buy rating and $1,100 price target ahead of the quarterly print.
Persons: Jack, Piper Sandler, GoodRx, Raymond James Raymond James, John Ransom, — Pia Singh, Tesla, Dell, Amit Daryanani, Daryanani, Wolfe, Chris Caso, Caso, INTC, Coupang, Jennifer Han, Han, that's, Nvidia's, Piper Sandler's Harsh Kumar, Kumar, Blackwell, Atif Malik, Mailk, Pierre Ferragu, Logan Reich, JACK YTD, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, Nvidia, Wall, RBC, Citi, New, Research, Kroger, pharma, Dell, DELL, Wolfe Research, Intel, UBS, Blackwell, RBC Capital Markets Locations: Korea
Jefferies raised its price target on the artificial intelligence chipmaker, calling for more than 30% upside. Analyst Biju Perincheril downgraded shares to neutral from positive and slashed his price target by $36 to $56. Ramnani's $531 price target implies upside of 16.2% for Mastercard, while he sees Visa shares advancing 14.7% to $322. — Alex Harring 5:39 a.m.: Jefferies raises Nvidia price target Nvidia's gains won't stop anytime soon, according to Jefferies. After an analyst change, the firm kept its buy rating and raised its price target to $1,200 from $780.
Persons: Jefferies, Biju Perincheril, SolarEdge, Perincheril, — Alex Harring, Tom O'Malley, O'Malley, Seth Seifman, We've, Seifman, Morgan Stanley, Dara Mohsenian, Mohsenian, Alex Harring, Piper Sandler, Arvind Ramnani, Ramnani, Achal Kumar, Kumar, Delta, Blayne Curtis, NVDA, Curtis, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, Nvidia, HSBC, American Airlines, Susquehanna, FactSet, Wall, Micron, Barclays, JPMorgan, GE Aerospace, GE, PepsiCo, Pepsi, PEP, Mastercard, Visa, Technology, Delta Locations: Delta, United, Europe, Monday's premarket
Tuesday's analyst calls focused on red-hot tech giant Nvidia, which is seen as benefitting from the release of its new Blackwell chip, the GB200. 7:02 a.m.: Deutsche Bank sees 33% upside for Live Nation on strong fundamentals Strong fundamentals could spell further upside for shares of Live Nation Entertainment , according to Deutsche Bank. Soff also applauded the company for expanding into new add-on services, including providing upselling opportunities and selling advertising on the Live Nation app. Although a potential regulatory investigation could curtail the stock, Soff doesn't believe that Live Nation stock will ultimately take much damage. 6:03 a.m.: Jefferies initiates Ralph Lauren at a buy, sees momentum with younger consumers Ralph Lauren is shaping up to be a quality growth stock, according to Jefferies.
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The launch of Intel 's latest artificial intelligence chip is expected to benefit three global semiconductor companies, according to Morgan Stanley. The semiconductor giant said the latest chip is twice as power-efficient and can run AI models one-and-a-half times faster than Nvidia's H100 GPU – the flagship product from the current AI chip market leader. In a research note Monday, the Wall Street bank said Taiwanese companies TSMC , Alchip , and Wistron are likely to be the biggest beneficiaries of the demand for Intel's Gaudi chips. In its note, Morgan Stanley reiterated its overweight rating on Alchip and TSMC, considering them long-term winners of AI semiconductor demand. The analysts are overweight on Wistron too, noting that Nvidia's new Blackwell GB200 AI chip will also drive immediate growth for the Taiwanese electronics manufacturer.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Gaudi, Alchip, Wistron, Morgan Stanley's, Charlie Chan, Blackwell, — CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: Intel, Gaudi, Dell, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Lenovo, Microsoft, Google Locations: United States
The firm initiated coverage on the stock with a buy rating and $60 price target, implying 37.2% upside from where shares closed on Monday. Analyst Mark Lipacis has a target price of $1,160 on shares, suggesting around 35% upside from where shares closed on Monday. However, it kept its $9 price target, which implies upside of just 7.7% over the next 12 months. The stock price now better considers some of our midterm concerns," worte analyst Joseph Spak. Analyst Frank Lee also raised his price target to $225 from $180, implying shares rallying nearly 38% from Monday's close.
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Other Wall Street analysts in recent weeks offered different views on the state of Nvidia's China-specific AI chips. Nvidia has been sampling AI chips designed to comply with U.S. government export restrictions to Chinese customers since last fall. NVDA 1Y mountain Nvidia's stock performance over the past 12 months. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade. Nvidia Stock Soar | Future Publishing | Getty Images
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Morgan Stanley raised its price target on Ford after the company reassessed its electric vehicle strategy. That "paints path to ~$230-$290 stock price as we argue AMZN could warrant an even higher multiple in this scenario," he added. — Michelle Fox 7:38 a.m.: Evercore hikes Disney price target, points out near-term catalysts Walt Disney has a bright near-term outlook, according to Evercore ISI. In addition to cutting his price target, Harned also pulled down his outlook for free cash flow and deliveries. — Alex Harring 5:48 a.m.: KeyBanc raises Nvidia price target There's no slowing down Nvidia , according to KeyBanc.
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Nvidia stock dips after company unveils latest AI chips
  + stars: | 2024-03-19 | by ( Alex Koller | )   time to read: +2 min
Nvidia shares dipped 3% on Tuesday morning after the company unveiled its new generation of artificial intelligence chips, called Blackwell. The company also announced a new enterprise software product known as Nvidia Inference Microservice, which makes it easier to run older generations of Nvidia GPUs. Still, the Wells Fargo analysts wrote the news reinforced their "long-standing positive thesis" on Nvidia's technology and monetization opportunities. "Based on our recent industry conversations, we expect Blackwell to be the fastest ramping product in Nvidia's history," the analysts wrote in a note to investors. "Nvidia has played (and will continue to play) an instrumental role in democratizing AI across many industry verticals."
Persons: Jensen Huang, Blackwell, Taylor Swift, Jensen, Bernstein, NVDA, Goldman Sachs Organizations: Nvidia, Intelligence, SAP Center, Monday, Wells, Goldman Locations: San Jose , California, San Jose
Shares of the chip giant pulled back about 2% during Tuesday's session, after announcing its latest AI chips . While Nvidia's latest announcements solidify the company's AI leadership, Wall Street anticipates some positive tailwinds for a slew of derivative players. Semiconductor derivative plays Nvidia's latest announcements could pose some major tailwinds for companies operating within the chipmaker's ecosystem. Liquid cooling The liquid cooling industry may also benefit as Nvidia harnesses the technology to cool the 72 Blackwell GPUs in its new server rack system, known as GB200 NVL72. "We believe built-in liquid cooling capabilities in addition to the power density of the system should be a positive for VRT's liquid cooling and power management businesses," he wrote.
Persons: Harlan Sur, Blackwell, Rosenblatt, Hans Mosesmann, Goldman Sachs, Toshiya Hari, Matt Bryson, Laura Chen, Oppenheimer, Rick Schafer, Amit Daryanani, Vertiv, Headwinds, Nvidia's Blackwell, Hari Organizations: Nvidia, NVIDIA, Micron Technology, MU, Micron, Taiwan Semiconductor, Wall, Marvell Technology, Blackwell, Micro Computer, Mosesmann, Devices, AMD, Data, Intel Locations: America
Goldman Sachs Goldman Sachs' Toshiya Hari joined a handful of analysts turning more bullish on the chipmaker following the keynote event, boosting the firm's price target to $1,000 from $875. Wells Fargo Wells Fargo analyst Aaron Rakers said Nvidia didn't shock investors with any unexpected updates, but he still raised his price target to $970 from $840. Sur retained his overweight rating and $850 price target. The analyst retained his $1,100 price target and buy rating, citing the company's ongoing leadership within the AI value chain. The analyst retained his outperform rating and $1,000 price target, calling the company's ongoing expansion beyond chips "unmatched."
Persons: Jensen, Blackwell, Hopper, Huang, Morgan Stanley, Joseph Moore, Goldman Sachs Goldman Sachs, Toshiya Hari, Hari, bode, Aaron Rakers, NVDA, Morgan Stanley Morgan Stanley's Joseph Moore, Moore, Harlan Sur, Sur, Bank of America's Vivek Arya, Bernstein, Bernstein's Stacy Rasgon, Taylor Swift Organizations: Nvidia, Wall, Blackwell, Micron Technology, JPMorgan, NVIDIA, Bank of America, Bank of America's, SAP Center Locations: 2H24, Wells Fargo Wells Fargo, San Jose
Several major Wall Street shops have already beefed up their price targets on the chipmaker heading into the event, with HSBC and Truist joining the flood on Monday. NVDA 1Y mountain Nvidia share performance over the last year According to FactSet, the current consensus price target on Nvidia implies about 4% upside, with 90% of analysts holding a buy or overweight rating. Stein boosted the firm's price target to $1,177 from $911 a share, reflecting 34% upside from Friday's close. "We are encouraged by Nvidia's AI product roadmap which focuses on moving beyond GPUs and towards owning the entire value chain." Wall Street turns more bullish HSBC and Truist may be the latest Wall Street shops to up estimates heading into the GTC Conference, but they are far from the first.
Persons: FactSet, William Stein, Stein, HSBC's Frank Lee, Blackwell, America's Vivek Arya, Cantor Fitzgerald's C.J, Muse, — CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: Nvidia, Bank of America, Wall Street, HSBC, Truist, GTC, Bank, America's, NVIDIA
Early analyst calls featured one firm calling for more gains for Nvidia and an upgrade to a major beverage and snacks maker. HSBC raised its price target on Nvidia to $1,050, which implies upside of nearly 20% for the chipmaker. His price target of $190 indicates upside of 15.4% over the next 12 months. — Fred Imbert 5:43 a.m.: HSBC hikes Nvidia price target ahead of GTC Conference HSBC sees more upside in store for shares of Nvidia as the chip giant defends its AI position and reaches new markets. Given this backdrop, analyst Frank Lee boosted the firm's price target to $1,050 from $880 a share, reflecting nearly 20% upside from Friday's close.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Raymond James downgrades, Raymond James, Steve Moss, Moss, management's, Samantha Subin, Brad Lin, Lee, bode, — Samantha Subin, Dara Mohsenian, Fred Imbert, Frank Lee Organizations: CNBC, Nvidia, HSBC, PepsiCo, York Community Bancorp, New York Community Bancorp, Bank of, Taiwan Semiconductor, AI, Bank of America, Intel, GTC Conference HSBC, GTC Conference
Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang delivers a keynote address during the Nvidia GTC Artificial Intelligence Conference at SAP Center on March 18, 2024 in San Jose, California. Nvidia on Monday announced a new generation of artificial intelligence chips and software for running artificial intelligence models. The announcement, made during Nvidia's developer's conference in San Jose, comes as the chipmaker seeks to solidify its position as the go-to supplier for AI companies. “Hopper is fantastic, but we need bigger GPUs,” Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang said on Monday at the company's developer conference in California. Das said Nvidia's new software will make it easier to run programs on any of Nvidia's GPUs, even older ones that might be better suited for deploying but not building AI.
Persons: Jensen Huang, Nvidia's, ChatGPT, Blackwell, Hopper, Huang, Manuvir Das, what's, Das, you've, we'll Organizations: Nvidia, Intelligence, SAP Center, Monday, Microsoft, Meta, Companies, Apple, Manuvir Locations: San Jose , California, San Jose, California
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