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Semiconductor stocks — Popular semiconductor stocks declined during midday trading, with Nvidia dropping more than 6% ahead of its Wednesday print. Walmart — Shares climbed more than 3% and notched a new all-time high on Tuesday following the retailer's earnings report . Discover Financial — Shares of the credit card issuer soared 14% after it agreed to be acquired by Capital One Financial in a $35.3 billion all-stock deal. The Wall Street firm said investors should take some profits after the stock rallied more than 25% over the past year. Medtronic — Shares advanced 2.5% after the medical device company surpassed Wall Street estimates for both top and bottom lines in its fiscal third quarter.
Persons: Rosenblatt, Vizio, Bernstein, Medtronic, Piper Sandler, Yun Li, Alex Harring, Jesse Pound, Tanaya, Hakyung Kim, Brian Evans Organizations: Semiconductor, Nvidia, Computer, Micro Devices, Marvell Technology, Walmart, Discover, Capital, Caterpillar —, Depot, Barclays — U.S, Barclays, Alaska Air, Southwest Airlines, Deutsche Bank, Wall, FactSet, Foods, Arm Holdings Locations: U.S, British
Billionaire investor Stanley Druckenmiller dumped his stake in Google's Alphabet entirely last quarter, while keeping his high-conviction bets on artificial intelligence through Microsoft and Nvidia . Druckenmiller's Duquesne Family Office sold $112 million worth of Alphabet shares last quarter, according to a regulatory filing. His firm briefly held Alphabet in the first quarter of 2023, sold it the next quarter and entered the stock again in the third quarter. He said he has been betting on the space through two stocks — Microsoft and Nvidia. But Druckenmiller, a Bowdoin College grad, bought call options on Nvidia with a notional value of $242 million last quarter.
Persons: Stanley Druckenmiller, Druckenmiller, George Soros, Soros, Tempur Sealy Organizations: Microsoft, Nvidia, Druckenmiller's Duquesne Family, Bowdoin College grad, Sohn Investment, Quantum Fund, Duquesne Capital Management, Arista Networks, Woodward, Flex Ltd, Barrick Gold, Marvell Technology
Nvidia is in talks with tech giants like OpenAI and Google to build custom AI chips. It's held talks with leaders from Meta, Microsoft, Google, and OpenAI to build custom chips for data centers, two sources told Reuters. AdvertisementAny move by Nvidia into the custom chip market bodes ill for other manufacturers. Nvidia isn't just trying to work with major tech companies. The company is also turning to its own AI to produce its own AI chips faster.
Persons: , It's, Nvidia's, OpenAI, Greg Reichow, Dylan Patel, Nvidia isn't, Sam Altman, Jensen Huang, Aaron Mok Organizations: Nvidia, Google, Broadcom, Reuters, Service, Meta, Microsoft, Business, Marvell Technology, Eclipse Ventures, OpenAI, United Arab Emirates
The dominant global designer and supplier of AI chips aims to capture a portion of an exploding market for custom AI chips and to protect itself from the growing number of companies interested in finding alternatives to its products. Nvidia officials have met with representatives from Amazon.com , Meta, Microsoft, Google and OpenAI to discuss making custom chips for them, according to two sources familiar with the meetings. $30 billion marketAccording to estimates from research firm 650 Group's Alan Weckel, the data center custom chip market will grow to as much as $10 billion this year, and double that in 2025. The broader custom chip market was worth roughly $30 billion in 2023, which amounts to roughly 5% of annual global chip sales, according to Needham analyst Charles Shi. "With Broadcom's custom silicon business touching $10 billion, and Marvell's around $2 billion, this is a real threat," said Dylan Patel, founder of the silicon research group SemiAnalysis.
Persons: OpenAI, Greg Reichow, Meta, Dina McKinney, Alan Weckel, Charles Shi, Dylan Patel Organizations: Nvidia, Microsoft, Broadcom, Marvell Technology, Eclipse Ventures, Amazon.com, Meta, Google, Reuters, Devices, Marvell, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Locations: Krakow, Poland, Santa Clara , California
Prepare for volatility in the semiconductor industry after an exuberant 2023 that saw prices surge and left many companies with lofty valuations. "Higher valuations in my experience lead to higher investor expectations and those higher investor expectations typically lead to higher volatility," said Michael Brenner of FBB Capital Partners . Computer chip stocks surged in 2023, largely due to enthusiasm surrounding the use of artificial intelligence and the need for advanced semiconductors. Bracing for volatility Semiconductor companies have a lot to prove in 2024 after wowing investors last year. KeyBanc Capital Markets' John Vinh said in a recent note to clients that auto industry semiconductor demand in the new year will benefit Analog Devices , NXP Semiconductors and On Semiconductor .
Persons: Michael Brenner, Capital's Paul Schatz, Sylvia Jablonski, Robert Pavlik, Brenner, FBB, Jensen Huang, Nvidia aren't, Schatz, Jablonski, Intel's, Ross Seymore, Seymore, Brenner isn't, John Vinh, bode, Vinh, Mizuho's Vijay Rakesh, — CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: FBB Capital Partners, iShares Semiconductor, Dakota Wealth, Nvidia, Broadcom, Micron Technology, Devices, Deutsche, Marvell Technology, Taiwan Semiconductor, Infineon, EV, KeyBanc, NXP Semiconductors, Semiconductor, Qualcomm, Lam Research
UBS is getting more bullish on the outlook for artificial intelligence and bracing for another prosperous year for the "tech theme of the decade." The firm lifted its revenue forecast for AI by 40%. In comparison, it took the smart devices industry more than 10 years for its revenues to grow by 15 times. "Meanwhile, software, with broadening AI demand trends from applications and models, is a defensive play, thanks to its strong recurring revenue base." Within the semiconductor industry, UBS favors logic, memory, capital equipment and foundry names, while companies exposed to office productivity, cloud and models appear best situated in software.
Persons: — CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: UBS, Nvidia, Devices, Broadcom, Marvell Technology, VanEck Semiconductor, Semiconductors
In aggregate, the survey results point to a 60 to 70 basis point acceleration for IT spending growth in each of the next three years, with cloud spending growth much stronger at 150 to 300 basis points. Cloud and AI A rebound in cloud growth is expected thanks in large part the renewed focus and need to invest in artificial intelligence. In fact, 73% of the CIO respondents said they are "implementing now, plan to implement, or are testing generative AI." As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade. Jim waits 45 minutes after sending a trade alert before buying or selling a stock in his charitable trust's portfolio.
Persons: Piper Sandler's, Piper, OpenAI, Einstein, Jim Cramer, Jim Cramer's, Jim, Chino Organizations: Microsoft, Web Services, Google, IBM, Oracle, Nvidia, Piper, Broadcom, Marvell Technology, VMWare, Cybersecurity, Palo Alto Networks, Broadcom —, CNBC Locations: Silicon Valley, America
Marvell Technology CEO Matthew Murphy goes one-on-one with Jim CramerMarvell Technology President and CEO Matthew Murphy joins 'Mad Money' host Jim Cramer to talk advancements in AI, its data center business, the semiconductor space and more.
Persons: Matthew Murphy, Jim Cramer Marvell, Jim Cramer Organizations: Marvell Technology, Jim Cramer Marvell Technology
Within two months of ChatGPT's launch, the groundbreaking chatbot amassed 100 million users, wowing investors, consumers and Wall Street with its ability to compose human-like text and hold a conversation. A year later, Wall Street hasn't stopped obsessing over it. Megacap technology stocks also prospered amid the newfound investor focus on AI. MSFT 1Y mountain Microsoft shares over the last year Rounding out the megacap list, both Meta Platforms and Amazon have rallied more than 177% and 51%, respectively. Salesforce shares surged more than 9% during Thursday's session on the back of a stronger-than-expected quarterly print .
Persons: , hasn't, Alphabet, Mark Zuckerberg, Andy Jassy, Salesforce, Brent Thill, CNBC's, Snowflake's, ChatGPT, Brad Gerstner Organizations: Federal, Nvidia, Devices, Marvell Technology, Microsoft, OpenAI, Meta, Amazon, CNBC, Semiconductor, Oracle, Jefferies, Technologies Locations: Salesforce
Historically, November is the best month of the year for the stock market, and December is third, according to the Stock Trader's Almanac. Under the surface this week, we also saw signs of a possible market rotation in the works. Rotation watch : We must look to next week's trading for confirmation that we're in the grips of a rotation or simply a head fake. Signs of the former were on display this week as the two of the biggest sector winners of the year, communication services and technology , trailed the market. Jobs, jobs, jobs : The most important release of the week comes Friday in the form of the November nonfarm payrolls report.
Persons: Jerome Powell, That's, Locker, it's, Hock Tan, We'll, Joann, JOAN, JM Smucker, OLLI, Campbell Soup, Brown, Forman, LULU, Smith, Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Jim, Spencer Platt Organizations: Wall, Dow, Nasdaq, Federal, Broadcom, Marvell Technology, Cisco Systems, VMWare, Club, PMI, Labor, Signet Jewelers, SIG, Brands, Toll, Thor Industries, Natural Foods, GameStop, Vail Resorts, MTN, Smith & Wesson, Jim Cramer's Charitable, CNBC, New York Stock Exchange, Getty Locations: Asana, ASAN, New York City
Ulta Beauty — The beauty stock rallied nearly 11% after posting third-quarter results that surpassed analysts' estimates. Samsara — Samsara shares popped 16% after the cloud company posted better-than-expected quarterly results and shared stronger-than-expected guidance. The chip company posted third-quarter earnings that topped Wall Street's estimates but shared weaker-than-expected guidance for the current quarter. Ambarella — Shares slipped 1% after Ambarella reported third-quarter gross margins of 62.6%, down from 63.5% in the year-ago period. Otherwise, the semiconductor design company posted quarterly results that topped estimates.
Persons: Tesla, Nelson Peltz, Alibaba, Morgan Stanley, Wells, Dell, Altimmune, Ambarella, Jefferies, Yun Li, Michelle Fox, Sarah Min, Alex Harring, Brian Evans, Jesse Pound Organizations: Disney — Disney, Trian Fund Management, Pfizer, Paramount Global, Street Journal, Paramount, Apple, Marvell Technology, Invest, Nasdaq, Dell —, LSEG, JPMorgan, Norfolk Southern, Bank of America, CSG Locations: Texas, China, Wells Fargo, Norfolk, Ohio
Traders work on the floor at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, U.S., October 27, 2023. Market participants now await policy comments from Powell at two separate discussions scheduled for 11 a.m. After recent conflicting remarks from other policymakers, investors are concerned that Powell could push back against the rate cut narrative. Other officials, including Fed Governors Lisa Cook and Chicago Fed President Austan Goolsbee are also scheduled to speak during the day. Reporting by Shristi Achar A and Amruta Khandekar in Bengaluru; Editing by Shinjini GanguliOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Brendan McDermid, Powell, Jerome Powell's, Dow Jones, underscoring, Sophie Lund, Yates, Hargreaves Lansdown, Lisa Cook, Austan Goolsbee, Alibaba, Morgan Stanley, danuglipron, Paula Oyibo, Shristi Achar, Shinjini Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, REUTERS, Dow, Nasdaq, Federal, Chicago Fed, P Global, ISM, Dow e, Pfizer, Marvell Technology, Automation, Thomson Locations: New York City, U.S, Bengaluru
Pfizer — Shares dropped 4.2% after the drugmaker said it would halt development of its twice-daily experimental weight loss pill. Marvell Technology — The semiconductor stock fell more than 5% after Marvell issued lower-than-expected revenue guidance for the fourth quarter. Ulta Beauty — The stock gained nearly 12% after the beauty products retailer reported third-quarter earnings that beat analysts' expectations. Ulta reported earnings of $5.07 per share, higher than the $4.95 per share analysts polled by LSEG were expecting. Dell — Stock in the computer maker fell nearly 6% on the heels of a mixed third-quarter earnings report.
Persons: Pfizer, Andrew Nowinski, Nelson Peltz, Alibaba, Morgan Stanley, Tesla, Coinbase, Ulta, LSEG, Jessica Fye, Lisa Kailai Han, Jesse Pound, Michelle Fox Organizations: Pfizer —, Paramount Global, Wall Street Journal, Apple, Disney —, Trian Fund Management, Marvell Technology, Marvell, Invest, Nasdaq, Dell —, Wall, LSEG, JPMorgan Locations: , Wells Fargo
For the company's enterprise and carrier business, inventory clearing has dampened prospects of new orders for chip makers like Marvell. For the current quarter, Marvell expects revenue of $1.42 billion plus or minus 5%, compared with estimates of $1.46 billion. However, Marvell beat Wall Street estimates for third-quarter revenue and profit, as the rapid adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) buoyed demand for its chips. Marvell posted net revenue of $1.42 billion for the quarter ended Oct. 28, compared with analysts' estimates of $1.40 billion, according to LSEG data. Excluding items, the company posted a profit of 41 cents per share, marginally beating estimates of 40 cents per share.
Persons: Matthew Murphy, you've, Murphy, It's, Marvell, Arsheeya, Max A, Shailesh Kuber, Sonali Paul Organizations: Marvell Technology, Reuters, Marvell, Wall, Thomson Locations: Bengaluru, Max, San Francisco
Walt Disney — Shares added about 1% after the entertainment giant reinstated its dividend at 30 cents a share. Ulta Beauty — Ulta Beauty shares surged more than 11% on strong third-quarter results . Marvell Technology topped Wall Street's third-quarter expectations on both the top and bottom lines, posting adjusted earnings of 41 cents per share on $1.42 billion in revenue. The company topped adjusted earnings expectations by 41 cents a share. Revenue topped expectations and management said it expects to return to revenue growth in fiscal 2025.
Persons: Walt Disney, Nelson Peltz, Ulta, Dell Organizations: Marvell Technology, Revenue
The 2.7 million individual trades were far lower than the 5.2 million trades from the Friday a week prior. In fact, the options market itself is saying there is only a 10% chance these calls expire in the money. Call spread risk reversal: Bought MSTR Dec. $600 call $15.40 Sold MSTR Dec. $650 call $8.85 Sold MSTR Dec. $430 put $7.20 Net credit = 65 cents When one sells a downside put one is taking the risk of purchasing the underlying at the strike of the put that is sold. The options flow in these ETFs suggests traders are betting on lower oil and gas prices. Several big names will be reporting earnings, here is a table of those that have weekly options, their earnings-related implied moves, and our options sentiment score.
Persons: Crypto, MARA, outpacing, ProShares UltraShort Organizations: Coinbase Global Inc, Marathon Digital Holdings, Microstrategy Inc, Bollinger Bands, Bloomberg, Oil, ProShares, Gas, ProShares UltraShort Bloomberg, United States Oil Fund, Hecla Mining Co, Royal, Inc, Intuit, Marvell Technology Locations: United States, Opec, Hecla, Kroger
Broadcom Limited company logo is pictured on an office building in Rancho Bernardo, California May 12, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Blake/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsNov 22 (Reuters) - Broadcom (AVGO.O) on Wednesday closed its $69 billion acquisition of cloud-computing firm VMware (VMW.N) after receiving regulatory approval in last major market China and ending a months-long saga. The deal, one of the biggest globally when announced in May 2022, was the latest in CEO Hock Tan's efforts to boost the chipmaker's software business. However, the transaction faced tough regulatory scrutiny across the world and the companies had delayed the closing date three times. Big Tech mergers such as Microsoft's (MSFT.O) now-closed $69 billion purchase of the "Call of Duty" publisher Activision have faced heightened regulatory pressure from the U.S. Federal Trade Commission under its Chair Lina Khan.
Persons: Mike Blake, Hock, Xi Jinping, Joe Biden, Danni Hewson, AJ Bell, Cabot Henderson, Lina Khan, Harshita Mary Varghese, Sriraj Organizations: Broadcom, REUTERS, VMware, U.S, European Commission, Marvell Technology, Markets Authority, CMA, Activision, Big Tech, U.S . Federal Trade Commission, Thomson Locations: Rancho Bernardo, California, China
Appaloosa Management's David Tepper upped his stake in a handful of big technology names in the latest quarter — with one notable exception, regulatory fillings show. Broadcom , Cadence Design and Marvell Technology were among other stocks that Appaloosa zeroed out in the quarter. KE was Appaloosa's only new holding in the latest quarter, but amounted to just a $37 million position. In fact, Tepper's top five holdings are all mega-cap tech names, according to InsiderScore. The Pitt and Carnegie Mellon grad raised his Meta and Microsoft holdings even more, each one almost a third larger by quarter's end.
Persons: David Tepper, Tepper Organizations: Meta, Microsoft, Nvidia, Securities and Exchange Commission, Apple, Broadcom, Cadence Design, Marvell Technology, Carolina Panthers football, Baidu, Holdings, American, Pittsburgh, Pitt, Carnegie Mellon grad Locations: China, Beijing
Morgan Stanley downgrades Freyr Battery to equal weight from overweight Morgan Stanley said the battery maker faces "significant challenges." Barclays upgrades Fortrea to overweight from equal weight Barclays said in its upgrade of the health contract research company that it sees improved bookings. Barclays upgrades Mosaic and Nutrien to overweight from underweight Barclays upgraded several potash and aggriculture companies and said a compelling entry point. " Morgan Stanley reiterates Tesla as overweight Morgan Stanley said it's standing by its overweight rating on shares of Tesla . Barclays reiterates Disney as equal weight Barclays said it's having trouble finding upside for Disney shares.
Persons: Wells, Needham, Docebo, Morgan Stanley downgrades Freyr, Morgan Stanley, FREY, Andrew Stanleick, Bernstein, Redburn, Goldman Sachs, Goldman, it's, Baird, Kraft Heinz, Miguel Patricio, " Roth, Marvell, Roth, Tesla, laggards, Evercore, TD Cowen, Cowen, We've Organizations: Microsoft, TAM, Deutsche Bank, Deutsche, UBS, Barclays, Mosaic, NTR, ICL, OW, UW, JPMorgan, Apple, Nvidia, Aspen Technology, Kraft, Marvell Technology, Devices, Tesla, Adobe, Disney Locations: BeautyHealth, U.S
[1/2] A smartphone with a displayed Broadcom logo is placed on a computer motherboard in this illustration taken March 6, 2023. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsOct 30 (Reuters) - U.S. chipmaker Broadcom (AVGO.O) expects its $69 billion buyout of cloud-computing firm VMware (VMW.N) to close before the November deadline, the companies said on Monday, amid investor concerns about securing China's approval for the deal. The companies did not disclose details regarding China's approval on Monday, but said there was "no legal impediment" to the deal closing under U.S. merger regulations. Broadcom has received legal merger clearance in Australia, Brazil, Canada, the European Union, Israel, Japan, South Africa, South Korea, Taiwan and the United Kingdom, along with foreign investment control clearance in all necessary jurisdictions. The deal, Broadcom's largest ever, received EU antitrust approval after the company offered remedies to help rival Marvell Technology (MRVL.O).
Persons: Dado Ruvic, Joe Biden's, Harshita Mary Varghese, Devika Organizations: Broadcom, REUTERS, chipmaker Broadcom, VMware, China's, Administration of, Financial Times, U.S, European Union, Marvell Technology, Thomson Locations: Australia, Brazil, Canada, Israel, Japan, South Africa, South Korea, Taiwan, United Kingdom
Washington's tightened grip on artificial intelligence chip sales to China could have long-term implications for Nvidia , 2023's famed AI darling. Through Wednesday's close, Nvidia, the dominant AI player, had lost 7% this week, while Advanced Micro Devices and Marvell Technology slumped more than 2%. What it means for Nvidia Nvidia said in an SEC filing this week that the latest government curbs could hinder its new product development timeline, and a handful of chip models. The major aim of the latest U.S. restrictions is to prevent China from harnessing advanced semiconductor chips to strengthen its military. To be sure, Nvidia isn't the only company slated to feel the pressure from the latest export curbs.
Persons: Greg Bassuk, Atif Malik, Morgan Stanley's Joseph Moore, Malik, America's Vivek Arya, Harlan Sur, Goldman Sachs, Toshiya Hari, Paul Meeks, Meeks, Charles Shi, JPMorgan's, Raymond James, Srini Pajjuri, Michael Bloom Organizations: Nvidia, U.S . Commerce Department, Devices, Marvell Technology, Commerce Department, Micron Technology, AXS Investments, Nvidia Nvidia, SEC, United, United Arab Emirates, Citi, Intel, Investments, Bank, America's, JPMorgan Chase, Lam Locations: China, Boise , Idaho, Vietnam, Saudi Arabia, United Arab, Freemont , California
Late Tuesday, the company posted third-quarter results that fell short of Wall Street's expectations on the top and bottom lines. The company posted third-quarter adjusted earnings of $1.55 per share on adjusted revenue of $1.14 billion. Abbott posted earnings of $1.14 per share, excluding items, beating analysts' estimates by 4 cents a share, according to FactSet. It posted revenue of $2.69 billion, which was not immediately comparable to consensus estimates. It posted revenue of $771.0 million, lower than the consensus estimate of $784.3 million, according to FactSet.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, . Hunt, Gamble — Procter, LSEG, Abbott, Michael Happe, , Yun Li, Sarah Min, Tanaya, Hakyung Kim, Pia Singh Organizations: United Airlines —, United Airlines, Nvidia, U.S, Citi, Devices, Marvell Technology, Hunt Transport Services, LSEG, Interactive, Procter, Gamble, Abbott, Financial, Citizens Financial, State, FactSet, Winnebago Industries, Winnebago, Bancorp, U.S . Bancorp, Bank of America Locations: Tel Aviv, Israel, China, LSEG, Albemarle —
Market Movers rounded up the latest reactions on Nvidia from investors and analysts after the U.S. Department of Commerce said Tuesday that it plans to restrict the export of some artificial intelligence chips to China , including Nvidia's H800 chips . Additionally, the announcement led to several other semiconductor stocks slipping. Those names include Broadcom , Marvell Technology , Advanced Micro Devices and Intel . Nvidia closed the trading session down 4.7% and is currently held in Jim Cramer's Charitable Trust portfolio.
Persons: Jim Cramer's Organizations: U.S . Department of Commerce, Broadcom, Marvell Technology, Devices, Intel, Nvidia, Trust Locations: China
The company posted $6.73 in earnings per share on $16.88 billion in revenue. Analysts surveyed by LSEG, formerly known as Refinitiv, had forecast $6.67 in earnings per share on $16.74 billion in revenue. Dollar Tree — The discount retailer jumped 4.8% after getting an upgrade from Goldman Sachs to buy from neutral. Analysts polled by LSEG forecast an adjusted $2.52 in earnings per share and $21.04 billion in revenue. Goldman Sachs earned $5.47 per share on revenue of $11.82 billion, exceeding LSEG estimates.
Persons: Lockheed Martin, chipmakers, Goldman Sachs, Johnson, LSEG, Wyndham, Brian Essex, Hannon Armstrong, Morgan Stanley, Fortrea, Jeff Smith, , Samantha Subin, Alex Harring, Lisa Kailai Han, Pia Singh, Sarah Min, Tanaya Macheel Organizations: Lockheed, LSEG, Circor, Nvidia, U.S . Department of Commerce, Marvell Technology, Devices, Broadcom, Goldman, Bank of America, Bank of New York Mellon, Wyndham Hotels, Resorts, Wyndham, Choice, JPMorgan, VF Corp, Viasat —, Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital, Systems Locations: China
In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailLightning Round: U.S. Bancorp, American Electric and Marvell Technology'Mad Money' host Jim Cramer weighs in on stocks including: Veeva Systems, US Bancorp, Super Micro Comp, American Electric, Marvell, Snowflake, Gray Television and Teekay Shipping.
Persons: Jim Cramer Organizations: U.S . Bancorp, American Electric, Marvell Technology, Veeva Systems, US Bancorp, Electric, Marvell, Gray Television, Teekay Shipping Locations: Snowflake
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