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If China EV Inc. were allowed to enter the US today or next year, the legacies would be gutted." The year Musk tittered at the idea of Chinese EVs overtaking Tesla, the country produced only 5,000 electric cars. It has more trade barrier protection from a China Auto Inc. onslaught, but it may not work forever. AdvertisementWe want to maintain an auto industry in the US — that's essential for jobs, national security, and for other sectors of the economy. Sure, Chinese EV makers are lean and mean, but they've never had to deal with international markets before.
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Expect four rate cuts in 2024 that will bring the federal funds rate to 4.30% by year-end, according to the Franklin Templeton Institute Global Investment Management Survey, which compiles the views of the firm's 300 senior investment professionals who work across equities, fixed income, and alternatives. That's still more cuts than the Federal Open Market Committee projects in its dot plot: three reductions and a fed funds rate of 4.63% by year-end. Stephen Dover, chief market strategist and the head of the Franklin Templeton Institute, expects those rate cuts to begin closer to June or July and be 25 basis points each. For now, Dover pointed to a strong US economy, with solid jobs and GDP growth, as working against the possibility of earlier rate cuts. This will be another sticky point that the central bank will likely consider and could impact when cuts happen, he said.
Persons: Stephen Dover, Dover, there's Organizations: Franklin Templeton Institute Global Investment Management Survey, Federal, Franklin Templeton Institute
download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Twitter and Block cofounder Jack Dorsey once balanced the responsibilities of running both companies with an early morning wake-up and a lot of meditation. Some Twitter staff even tried the cocktail out during the company's retreat in 2018, according to the book. In 2012, Dorsey told Fast Company he'd divide his weeks into themes in order to manage running both companies. On days beginning with 'T,' I start at Twitter in the morning, then go to Square in the afternoon," he told Fast Company.
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The group kept lagging last year as markets braced for a recession that would especially hurt economically sensitive small caps. And although the market isn't on small caps' side, Rendino believes historical precedent is. However, Rendino isn't discouraged by small caps' slow start and is instead pleased that his firm is outperforming. "Small caps were up in the fourth quarter, and we're having a really good year," Rendino said. "And I know why companies aren't in the good graces of investors and why certain investors shy away from companies."
Persons: , Kevin Rendino, Rendino, Russell, He's, Rendino isn't, he's, we're, we've, Benjamin Graham, David Dodd Organizations: Service, Business, Capita, Federal Reserve, Capital, Federal
Wall Street returned to its winning ways this week — and Nvidia 's blowout earnings report Wednesday night was a big reason why. Twenty-six of our 32 portfolio stocks have delivered their results this earnings season (we didn't own Abbott Labs at the time of its report). It was a muted week for macroeconomic data, but we did get a slightly better-than-expected January existing home sales report on Thursday. In the week ahead, two more Club names are set to report earnings before a market-moving economic update arrives Thursday morning. The two other reports of note are the January new home sales report on Monday and ISM Manufacturing report on Friday.
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Courtesy of Susie Buffett Buffett teaches a class at the University of Nebraska-Omaha. Courtesy of Susie Buffett Buffett married his first wife, Susan, in 1952. Courtesy of Susie Buffett Buffett and his wife pose at the beach with their three children. Courtesy of Susie Buffett Buffett poses for a photo in 1980. Nati Harnik/AP Buffett and Berkshire Hathaway Vice Chairman Charlie Munger are seen on a giant screen during the Berkshire Hathaway shareholders meeting in 2013.
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Many workers have expressed fears that the technology will show up at the office like a young gun coming for their job. Williams expects some of the biggest gains from AI won't center on what companies and workers are doing now. Instead, he sees major wins coming from what workers aren't doing but that AI could. Filling in when help is scarceOne reason jobs sometimes aren't getting done is because there aren't always enough workers. If AI could be deployed to help with this work, the time the task takes might get cut in half, Holding said.
Persons: Heather Holding's, she'd, couldn't, let's, Ron Williams, Williams, that's, Jérôme Pesenti, Pesenti Organizations: AIs, Facebook
Change Healthcare's systems are down for a fourth straight day after parent company UnitedHealth Group disclosed that a suspected cybersecurity threat actor gained access to part of its information technology network on Wednesday. UnitedHealth, the biggest health-care company in the U.S. by market cap, owns the health-care provider Optum, which merged with Change Healthcare in 2022. Optum services more than 100 million patients in the U.S., according to its website, and Change Healthcare offers solutions for payment and revenue cycle management. ET Saturday, Change Healthcare said the disruption is expected to continue "at least" through the day. The AHA declined to comment on the Change Healthcare cyberattack.
Persons: UnitedHealth, We're, CISA Organizations: UnitedHealth Group, Healthcare, U.S . Securities, Exchange Commission, CNBC, CVS Health, CVS, American Hospital Association, AHA, Department of Health, Human Services, FBI, Infrastructure Security Agency, HHS Locations: U.S
Activist Commentary: Starboard is a very successful activist investor and has extensive experience helping companies focus on operational efficiency and margin improvement. Additionally, Starboard has extensive experience helping portfolio companies improve margins from a board level and adding one or two of their nominees to the board could expedite this. CEO Issue: Alight's CEO Stephan Scholl is a talented technologist and software expert, but not an experienced operator of a benefits administration company. Like the experienced activist Starboard is, the firm wanted to preserve its options as it speaks privately with Alight. Shareholders would certainly benefit from the addition of two or three Starboard directors to the board.
Persons: Keith D, Dorsey, Matthew C, Levin, Gavin T, Molinelli, Foley Trasimene, William P, Foley, Stephan Scholl, William Foley, Coretha, Denise Williams, Ken Squire Organizations: ExCo, CR Consulting Alliance, FIS, 13D Locations: Boyden, SPACs
Warren Buffett hailed Charlie Munger as the "architect" of Berkshire Hathaway in his annual letter. NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementWarren Buffett paid tribute to Charlie Munger, touted four of Berkshire Hathaway's biggest bets, and voiced frustration in his annual letter to shareholders published on Saturday. He shaped Berkshire into a world-beating conglomerate and helped Buffett evolve from bargain hunting to buying businesses at fair prices.
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The chipmaker surged 16% on Thursday after posting robust earnings and guidance , contributing to the stock's 59% year-to-date run as investors feast on artificial intelligence stocks. NVDA 1Y mountain Nvidia shares over the last year Nvidia's impressive stock run brings its valuation to elevated levels. That's left some analysts questioning whether earnings upside is already priced in to shares as others wonder how long this astonishing growth cycle can last. Those worries eased after the chipmaker offered its first set of blockbuster earnings numbers, cementing its formidable AI position. NVDA 5D mountain Nvidia shares this past week "It gives me confidence that this story lasts much longer," Harvest's Meeks said.
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Investor sentiment toward intermediate-term Treasury bonds may be changing. "So, they're looking to reposition the fixed-income portion of their portfolio to take advantage of where interest rates are likely to go next." It's a shift from last year when short-term bonds and money market funds saw large inflows. "Taking on some duration risk makes sense, but I wouldn't go too far out on the curve," he said. "The risk-return dynamics [of] getting too far out on the long end don't make a ton of sense to me."
Persons: David Botset, you'll, Nate Geraci Organizations: Federal
Jim Cramer says he will vote for Nelson Peltz to join the Disney boardAt the CNBC Investing Club annual meeting on Saturday, Jim Cramer told the audience why he thinks Disney's value has to be brought out by others, not management.
Persons: Jim Cramer, Nelson Peltz Organizations: Disney, CNBC
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailEquities will likely bottom by mid-October, says Voya Investment's Barbara ReinhardBarbara Reinhard, Voya Investment Management CIO of multi-asset strategies and solutions, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss the latest market trends, the Fed's rate path outlook, impact of the 2024 elections on the equity market, and more.
Persons: Voya Investment's Barbara Reinhard Barbara Reinhard Organizations: Voya Investment
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailEarnings will be the big focus for equities this year, says TIAA's Neel MukherjeeNeel Mukherjee, TIAA Wealth Management CIO, joins 'Money Movers' to discuss if the current equity performance disregarding rates can continue, which basket of stocks Muhkerjee will look to first outside of megacap tech, and much more.
Persons: TIAA's Neel Mukherjee Neel Mukherjee Organizations: TIAA Wealth Management Locations: megacap
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailSaab Digital Air Traffic Solutions CEO discusses partnership with ThalesPer Ahl, CEO of Saab's Digital Air Traffic Solutions, discusses the firm's signing of of a Memorandum of Understanding with Thales to support the long-term innovation and modernization of Singapore's Air Traffic Management infrastructure at the Singapore Airshow.
Organizations: Saab, Air Traffic, Thales, Saab's, Traffic Solutions, Air Traffic Management, Singapore
Warren Buffett is about to release his must-read annual letter where he's expected to pay a heartwarming tribute to the late Charlie Munger. The 93-year-old chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway is slated to release his annual shareholder letter Saturday at 8:00 a.m. "Succession is a top-of-mind issue for many Berkshire investors," Cathy Seifert, Berkshire analyst at CFRA Research, said in a note. Buffett's investment lieutenants, Todd Combs and Ted Weschler, have taken on more responsibilities at Berkshire, independently overseeing about $15 billion each. The run up in Berkshire shares may have curbed the amount of buyback activity in the fourth quarter.
Persons: Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger, Berkshire Hathaway, Steve Check, Munger, Buffett, Munger's, it's, Greg Abel, Cathy Seifert, Todd Combs, Ted Weschler, Todd, Ted Organizations: Check Capital Management, Berkshire, CFRA Research, Investors, Berkshire Hathaway, BNSF Railway Locations: Berkshire, Berkshire Hathaway The Omaha, Dairy
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailOutside of the Mag 7, Arm is a great way to invest in AI, says Tiffany McGheeTiffany McGhee, CEO and CIO of Pivotal Advisors, discusses the Magnificent 7, portfolio management, and her top stock picks.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailGoldilocks scenario is coming through thanks to AI and strong U.S. economy, says Mark HaefeleMark Haefele, Chief Investment Officer of UBS Global Wealth Management, discusses earnings, the S&P 500, and the stock market rally.
Persons: Mark Haefele Mark Haefele Organizations: UBS Global Wealth Management
In a survey, about half of Gen Zers said AI and social media gave better career advice than a boss. Bosses shouldn't rely on tech to give career advice to their teams, a business professor told BI. Almost half of GenZers said in a recent survey that chatbots and social media offered better career advice than their managers. In the survey, 62% of Gen Z workers said they'd like to talk more about their career path but that their boss was often too busy. "People could kind of say, 'Well, I get better skill-building from a YouTube tutorial than from my manager,'" Myers said.
Persons: Gen Zers, , it's, Gen, GenZers, inspo, Christopher G, Myers, they'd, Daniel Jolles Organizations: Service, an Academy of Management, Johns Hopkins University, London School of Economics, Political
It's been a great month for Eaton stock. The power management company notched a series of record highs during a lengthy post-earnings rally that saw shares surge 17% in February. They include infrastructure spending, further artificial intelligence adoption necessitating the construction of more data centers, the acceleration of the transition to clean energy, and the rise of nearshoring and onshoring. The semiconductor giant's results highlighted strength and demand for data centers — a big part of Eaton's overall business and sales. AI data centers require lots more electrical components, which will likely show up on Eaton's order book down the line.
Persons: It's, what's, Eaton, Joe Biden's, Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Jim, Brendan McDermid Organizations: Eaton, Infrastructure Investment, Jobs, Nvidia, CNBC, Traders, New York Stock Exchange Locations: Eaton
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailNvidia 'uber-bull' Paul Meeks discusses what signal would make him reduce his positionPaul Meeks of Harvest Portfolio Management says that while there still is upside for Nvidia, the rally won't last forever and so he is watching out for this metric as a sign it is time to become more conservative on the stock.
Persons: Paul Meeks Organizations: Nvidia, Management
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailFinding opportunity beyond Magnificent 7: Here's what you need to knowMichael Landsberg, Landsberg Bennett Private Wealth Management CIO, and CNBC's Steve Liesman join 'The Exchange' to discuss earnings from Nvidia and Palo Alto Networks, the overall market's performance relative to AI stocks and more.
Persons: Michael Landsberg, Landsberg Bennett, Steve Liesman Organizations: Wealth Management, Nvidia, Palo Alto Networks Locations: Landsberg
Here are Friday's biggest calls on Wall Street: UBS double-downgrades Rivian The firm said to sell the electric vehicle maker's stock, joining a growing group of concerned analysts following the company's earnings report. Raymond James upgrades Carvana The investment bank moved Carvana to market perform from underperform following the fourth-quarter earnings results. Guggenheim initiates Pfizer The firm opened coverage of the biopharmaceutical stock with a buy rating and $36 price target. " Rosenblatt initiates Adeia The firm began coverage with a buy rating and $15 price target. Roth MKM initiates CPI Card Group Roth MKM started coverage of the financial technology stock with a buy rating and $40 price target.
Persons: Ross, ROST, Raymond James, EBITDA, 4Q23, Guggenheim, ATNI, Morgan Stanley, Brighthouse, Rosenblatt, Roth MKM, Fred Imbert Organizations: UBS, Barclays, CNBC, Citi, Fox, JV, Ross, Price, Pfizer, DRG, Equitable, JPMorgan, Traction, JPMorgan downgrades Locations: 1Q24, Xperi, 4Q22
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