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Final Trades: Corning, Apple, JPMorgan and the Russel 2000
  + stars: | 2024-05-30 | 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 EmailFinal Trades: Corning, Apple, JPMorgan and the Russel 2000The Investment Committee give you their top stocks to watch for the second half.
Persons: Russel Organizations: JPMorgan Locations: Apple
U.S. consumers and businesses alike have turned cautious on spending this year because of elevated inflation and interest rates, according to Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan. That's a sharp slowdown from the nearly 10% growth rate seen in May 2023, he said. Referring to consumers and businesses, Moynihan said: "Both of our customer bases that have a lot to do with how the American economy runs are saying, 'You know what? The same is true for small- and medium-sized businesses, the Bank of America CEO said. Moynihan and other bank CEOs have a birds-eye view of the economy, given their coast-to-coast coverage of households and companies.
Persons: Brian Thomas Moynihan, Brian Moynihan, Moynihan, That's, We've, They're, JPMorgan Chase Organizations: of America, U.S . Senate Banking, Housing, Urban Affairs, Wall, Capitol, Bank of America, The Fed, U.S, JPMorgan, Fed Locations: Washington , U.S, New York, McDonald's, U.S
Goldman Sachs initiates Abbott Labs as buy Goldman said Abbott is well positioned for growth. UBS reiterates Apple as neutral UBS said its checks show iPhone pressure remains in China and the U.S. for Apple. Goldman Sachs reiterates Eli Lilly as neutral Goldman raised its price target on Eli Lilly to $785 per share from $740. Goldman Sachs reiterates Salesforce as buy Goldman said it's sticking with the stock following earnings on Wednesday. Goldman Sachs initiates AstraZeneca, Novartis and Novo Nordisk as buy Goldman initiated several biotech company's on Thursday and says it sees "innovation momentum a key focus."
Persons: Baird, OKTA, Goldman Sachs, Abbott, Goldman, Piper Sandler downgrades Cava, Piper, Eli Lilly, Wells Fargo, Wells, Mizuho, Wedbush, Daiwa, Stifel, it's, Salesforce, CRM's, Redburn, Guggenheim, Generac Organizations: UBS, Apple, Mizuho, PayPal, Bank of America, Gross, Amicus, USM, First, Deutsche Bank, Deutsche, JPMorgan, Nvidia, Technology, Northland, AstraZeneca, Novartis, Novo Nordisk, of America, TAM, Guggenheim Locations: China, Corning, Northland, 4Q24
Even a sharp sell-off in Salesforce stock Thursday — down as much as 21% intraday — isn't keeping some analysts on Wall Street from sticking with their optimistic outlooks on the maker of customer relationship management software. Salesforce executives tied the disappointing results to elongated deal cycles throughout the first quarter that hit the company's booking schedule. Weiss reiterated an overweight rating on Salesforce, albeit with a $320 per share price target, down from $350. Goldman Sachs analyst Kash Rangan reiterated a buy rating on Salesforce stock, but lowered his price target to $315 per share from $345. The analyst reiterated an overweight rating on the stock with a $300 per share price target, or about 10% upside from yesterday's close.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan Chase, Keith Weiss, Weiss, Kash Rangan, Rangan, Mark Murphy, Tyler Radke, Radke Organizations: Wall, JPMorgan, Citigroup Locations: Salesforce, CY25
The company has a low forward price-to-earnings ratio of roughly 8.6. Ulta Beauty also made the screen as a cheap stock that analysts are bullish on. The stock has a 14.5 forward price-to-earnings ratio and a consensus buy rating from analysts polled by FactSet. Online pickup orders inside an Ulta Beauty store in the Upper East Side neighborhood in New York, US, on Monday, Nov. 27, 2023. The stock has a 14.5 forward price-to-earnings ratio and a consensus buy rating from analysts polled by FactSet.
Persons: Jefferies, Trevor Williams, We're, FactSet, Stifel, Ulta, General Motors, Bing Guan Organizations: Dow Jones, Nasdaq, CNBC, Financial, Global Payments, Jefferies, JPMorgan, Cadillac, Chevrolet, General, FedEx, Halliburton, Gilead Sciences, CVS Health, Bloomberg, Getty, CVS, Epam, Motors, HAL Halliburton, Resorts, JBL, LKQ, Vegas Sands Corp, MGM MGM Resorts International, LSEG Financial, Inc Locations: Gilead, New York
Investor darling Nvidia is dominating headlines once again after its earnings last week surpassed expectations on the back of the artificial intelligence boom. Morgan Stanley notes that the reaction to Nvidia's first quarter results is "very telling on how much buying power still exists in the market." Here are seven of Morgan Stanley's overweight-rated stocks to play these AI themes: Overweight-rated stocks Among Morgan Stanley's list of AI stock opportunities are South Korean tech giant SK Hynix and Taiwanese chipmaker Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company . SK Hynix stocks are held in the iShares MSCI South Korea ETF (8.4% weight) and Franklin FTSE South Korea ETF (8.3% weight). Shares in TSMC are included in the iShares MSCI Taiwan ETF (25.1% weight) and Franklin FTSE Taiwan ETF (22.2% weight) Beyond the headline-makers, Morgan Stanley also sees potential in Japanese manufacturer Advantest Corp .
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Nvidia's, Hopper, Morgan Stanley's, Morgan, Goldman Sachs, — CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: Nvidia, SK Hynix, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, Korea ETF, Franklin FTSE, Franklin FTSE South Korea ETF, Advantest Corp, Japan Equity, JPMorgan BetaBuilders Japan, Alchip Technologies, Technology, Memory Technology, Micronics Locations: Asia, Korean, Korea, Franklin FTSE South, Taiwan, Franklin FTSE Taiwan
CNBC's Jim Cramer said Wednesday he's expecting a strong quarter next week from cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike despite some weakness in other corners of the enterprise software market. Investor sentiment around software has become downbeat, but CrowdStrike is "one company that seems to be immune" to the negativity, Cramer said. In recent days, two Wall Street analysts issued upbeat notes on CrowdStrike. Earnings reports last week from Workday and Intuit added to the questions about the demand environment for enterprise software. Alongside its fiscal 2025 first quarter earnings report last week, Workday cut its full-year forecast for subscription revenue.
Persons: CNBC's Jim Cramer, he's, Cramer, Jim, Morgan Stanley, CrowdStrike Organizations: Investor, Intuit, Wednesday, JPMorgan, Palo Alto Networks Locations: Palo, billings
Signage is seen outside of a Walgreens, owned by the Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc., in Manhattan, New York City, U.S., November 26, 2021. Walgreens announced Wednesday it would continue to cut prices on some 1,300 items — the latest company to pivot to value amid signs U.S. consumers are experiencing spending fatigue. "Walgreens understands our customers are under financial strain and struggle to purchase everyday essentials," said Tracey D. Brown, EVP, President, Walgreens Retail & Chief Customer Officer. Lower-income consumers have been cutting back more substantially. Meanwhile, other areas of the economy more closely tied to wealthier consumers continue to outperform, especially travel.
Persons: Tracey D, Brown, we've, Ramon Laguarta, Jamie Baker Organizations: Walgreens, Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc, Walgreens Retail, Target, Walmart, Conference Board, PepsiCo, American Airlines, JPMorgan Locations: Manhattan , New York City, U.S
"There could be hell to pay" if private credit markets wobble, Jamie Dimon said. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementJPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon said private credit could spark turmoil if the opaque sector of financial markets weakens. The private credit market—a corner of finance dominated by non-bank lenders who originate loans to private businesses—has grown rapidly in recent years. "And the problems in financial markets are often caused by the 'not good one,' the people that make the mistakes."
Persons: Jamie Dimon, , Dimon Organizations: Service, JPMorgan, Bloomberg
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailJPMorgan's Michael Rehaut: Homebuying intentions among renters at highest level in six monthsMichael Rehaut, senior homebuilding analyst at JPMorgan, joins CNBC's 'The Exchange' to discuss outlooks on the housing market, rate moves, and more.
Persons: Michael Rehaut Organizations: JPMorgan
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
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
Jim Cramer's daily rapid fire looks at stocks in the news outside the CNBC Investing Club portfolio. "They don't want kids, and they don't want gambling," and that's the appeal of Viking, Cramer said. Airbnb : Shares of the short-term rental company were upgraded to a buy-equivalent outperform rating at Wedbush. Huntington Bancshares : The regional bank stock was upgraded to a buy-equivalent overweight rating at JPMorgan. Cramer said Texas Instruments didn't make the right moves with customers and shareholders and that's why Elliott moved in.
Persons: Jim Cramer's, Mike Sievert, Jim Cramer, initiations, Viking, Cramer, Huntington, Elliott Organizations: CNBC, Club, U.S . Cellular, Mobile, U.S, Cellular, Viking Holdings, JPMorgan, Texas, Elliott Management
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
Super Micro Computer emerged as an investor darling early this year, as Wall Street unearthed the stock, driving it higher with gains that rivalled even Nvidia's. After Nvidia reported blockbuster earnings last Wednesday, Super Micro's shares were rocky again. The prominence of data centers in the AI boom is another tailwind for Super Micro, BofA noted, given the cooling needs of such centers. BofA reiterated its buy rating on Super Micro, giving it a price target of $1,090, or potential upside of about 23%. In a May 20 note, JPMorgan said it has an overweight rating on Super Micro.
Persons: BofA, Supermicro, Paul Meeks, Meeks, JPMorgan, — CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: Micro, Super, Nvidia, Wall, Portfolio Management, CNBC, JPMorgan, Intel, AMD Locations: United States
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
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.
Persons: Mizuho, Scott Hanold's, Hanold, — Lisa Kailai Han, Wells, Andrew Nowinski, F4Q24, Nowinski, Patrick Cunningham, Cunningham, Lisa Kailai Han, Andrew Boone, Boone, Max, Duolingo, Ben Chaiken, Jan, Chaiken, Steven Alexopoulos, Alexopoulos, Huntington, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, Cruise Line, JPMorgan, Huntington, RBC, Civitas Resources, RBC Capital Markets, Citi, DuPont DuPont, DuPont, Max, Mizuho, Cruise Locations: DAU, Mizuho, Norwegian, Huntington Bancshares, Columbus , Ohio, Friday's
(That's not a knock on the company — for a lot of crypto exchanges, the Empire State is a tough nut to crack.) Crypto.com's primary business is its cryptocurrency exchange, which works as a middleman for people buying and selling crypto, but it also offers other products, including crypto Visa cards. To be sure, the casino thing could be said about most crypto exchanges — and sports-betting apps, and many regular trading apps. It's a good reminder that, whatever the company, it's better to use exchanges only for trading your crypto assets, not for storing them. Or maybe in five years we'll be looking back at this moment and saying: "Remember that one crypto company?
Persons: Eminem, Sam Bankman, Crypto.com doesn't, Jojo Siwa, it's, He'd, Nic Carter, Crypto.com, Kris Marszalek, Foris DAX Asia, It's, Matt Damon, Steven Kalifowitz, Bill Clinton, Tony Blair, FTX, hasn't, Marszalek, wasn't, Alex Gladstein, Emily Stewart Organizations: NBA, Los Angeles Lakers, It's, UFC, NASCAR, Lakers, Castle, Ventures, Staples Center, Miami Heat's, Binance's, Forbes, Financial Times, Securities and Exchange Commission, Bloomberg, PayPal, JPMorgan doesn't, Human Rights Foundation, Business Locations: New York, America, Singapore, Nigeria, Bulgaria, Monaco, Hong Kong, Polish, Los Angeles, Bahamas, Netherlands, Asia, Americas
When South Africans vote Wednesday, an unhappy combination of rampant corruption, soaring joblessness, crippling power cuts and feeble economic growth will likely be top of mind. Black South Africans, who make up 81% of the population, are at the sharp end of this dire situation. ‘Elite enrichment’Under apartheid — and colonial rule before that — Black South Africans were violently oppressed and denied many basic human rights. Millions of South Africans still live in such informal settlements. “The poster child of this is the electricity sector.”For much of last year, South Africans were without power for at least some portion of the day.
Persons: , Nelson Mandela’s, , Cyril Ramaphosa, Leon Sadiki, BEE, Moeletsi Mbeki, Thabo Mbeki, White, , Tshediso Matona, Anders Pettersson, Black, , Kganki Matabane, Matthew Parks, Matona, Mbeki, Ricardo Hausmann, Jacob Zuma, Haroon Bhorat, Michele Spatari, ” Bhorat, hasn’t, ANC “, Zuma, Ramaphosa, Cas Coovadia, Hausmann Organizations: Johannesburg CNN, National Congress, ANC, World Bank, Oxford Economics, Harvard University, Democratic Alliance, Bloomberg, Getty, South African Institute of International Affairs, Wits University, CNN, , BBEE, Black Business Council, South African Trade Unions, Harvard’s, University of Cape, South Africa’s Free, International Monetary Fund, Fitch, IMF, JPMorgan, Shell, Unilever, Business, Business Unity, Harvard Growth Locations: London, Johannesburg, Sudan, Africa, Alexandra, South Africa, Leon, Isipingo, KwaZulu, Natal, South, , University of Cape Town, loadshedding, Namahadi, Frankfort, Business Unity South Africa
The 10 books the rich will be reading this summer
  + stars: | 2024-05-26 | by ( Robert Frank | ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +11 min
That's why J.P. Morgan Private Bank, every May, releases its summer reading list, often serving as a book club for billionaires. This year marks the 25th anniversary of the list, now called the J.P. Morgan Summer Reading List. The 10 books are carefully curated to match the tastes and preoccupations of J.P. Morgan's wealthy clients. It also helps with client events, since authors on the list often agree to do special dinners or speaking events for J.P. Morgan clients. Authors love being on the list as well since J.P. Morgan buys thousands of books to hand out and since clients often refer the books to others.
Persons: Robert Frank, Today's, Alicia Keys, Swizz Beatz, J.P, Morgan, Darin Oduyoye, Oduyoye, Gary White, Matt Damon, Charles Duhigg, Jonathan Haidt, Haidt, Kasseem Dean, , Gordon Parks, Michel Basquiat, Lorna Simpson, Odili Donald Odita, Kennedy Yanko, Kimberli Gant, Salman Khan Salman Khan, Jack Daniel, Fawn Weaver, Daniel's, Daniels, Weaver, Joshua Robinson, Jonathan Clegg, Robinson, Clegg, Melinda Stevens, Issy von Simson, Tabitha Joyce, Fortunato, Adam Pearson, Fortunato Chocolate, Laura Mae Martin, Laura Mae Martin —, Martin, Jake Gyllenhaal, Greta Caruso, Tony, Damon Organizations: Morgan Private Bank, Morgan, Reading, Wealth Management, J.P, Giants, Art, Phaidon, Brooklyn Museum, Education, Khan Academy, Wall, Mercedes, Nacional, Google, Solutions, JPMorgan, Manhattan Company Locations: Water, Lynchburg , Tennessee, America, United States, Croatian
As inflation lingers at a generational high, some stocks stand out for their ability to help investors hedge against the effect of high interest rates better than others. "What ensued was a massive negative correlation between the perception about interest rates and the valuation of growth companies from late in 2021." While a basket of high-quality growth stocks used to be negatively correlated to inflation, meaning their stock prices suffered as inflation turned higher, Trivariate says the relationship has since changed. "Today, the correlation of the high-quality growth basket to our inflation basket is zero," the firm said. In the same report, Trivariate Research shared its basket of high-quality names in the technology sector that have a near-zero correlation to its inflation basket.
Persons: Adam Parker, Morgan Stanley, Trivariate, Morgan Stanley —, Meta Marshall, Raymond James, there's, Simon Leopold, Michael Bloom Organizations: Research, Trivariate, Keysight Technologies, Technologies, JPMorgan, VMware, Broadcom Locations: United States
India and Japan are two bright spots in Asia's "supremely interesting" markets, JPMorgan's Filippo Gori said at the bank's Global China Summit on Thursday, referring to the region's equity as well as deal-making landscape. India, which is very in high demand," Gori, co-head of global banking at JPMorgan, told CNBC. While mergers and acquisitions activity declined globally in 2023, Japan's deal value rose 23% from a year ago to about $123 billion, Bain & Company said in its Japan M&A report. "Japan's economy is uniquely well positioned for growth in M&A," the report said. Last year M&A deal value in India stood at $136 billion, a 27% drop for a year earlier, which was in line with the global decline in M&A activity, according to Deloitte's India M&A trends report.
Persons: Filippo Gori, Deloitte Organizations: Global China Summit, JPMorgan, CNBC, Japan's Nikkei, Bain & Company, Companies, China, Apple Locations: India, Japan, Gori, China
JPMorgan is "positive" on China stocks and "constructive" on its real estate sector as the world's second-largest economy strives to prop up its equity and property markets. JPMorgan's view on China stocks is "tilted in the positive direction," said Wendy Liu, the firm's chief Asia and China equity strategist. Liu, who expects the index to hit 3,900 by the end of the year, said that China market was still "among the cheapest" in Asia Pacific. Mainland China's CSI300 was the third worst performing stock market in Asia, losing 11.38% last year. When asked about the Chinese real estate sector, Liu said it was at an "inflection point," and that JPMorgan was "constructive" on the sector.
Persons: Wendy Liu, Liu, they'll, CSI300, Hong, malpractices . Liu, Wu Qing, Wu, JPMorgan Organizations: JPMorgan, JPMorgan Global China, China Securities Regulatory Commission, People's Bank of China Locations: China, Asia, Jegarajah, Asia Pacific
A collection of travel-related stocks will likely be key beneficiaries as warm summer months arrive and as consumers start to go off on beach and mountain vacations. Shares of casino operator Las Vegas Sands have fallen 8.5% so far in 2024. LVS YTD mountain Las Vegas Sands stock. Umansky also lauded Las Vegas Sands' generation of free cash flow that can be used to buy back stock. VAC YTD mountain Marriott stock.
Persons: Vitaly Umansky, Umansky, Wall, FactSet, Aaron Hecht, Ryan Lambert Organizations: Entertainment, Vegas Sands, CNBC, FactSet, Seaport Securities, Sands, Marriott, JMP Securities, Hilton, JPMorgan, Madison Square Garden Sports Locations: Macao, Singapore, Vegas, Madison
The explosion of private credit has been met with a whole host of concerns, but among the louder ones more recently is that the industry has not experienced a downturn at scale. "A lot of those folks who took private-credit loans will be stranded when [obscenity] hits the fan," Dimon said. "Banks tend to work with the borrower and the middle-market loan in the crisis…in the mark-to-market world of private credit, they have to, as a fiduciary, book it at par." In other words, he said, "private credit hasn't dealt with high interest rates, hasn't dealt with the recession, and it hasn't dealt with high spreads." "[Ares has] invested $150 billion into the private-credit market since we founded the firm, and we had a loss rate of one basis point.
Persons: Jamie Dimon, Dimon, Banks, hasn't, Ares, Michael Arougheti, it's, Arougheti Organizations: CNBC, Ares Management Locations: United States, America
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