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Informatica , a U.S.-listed software developer, is well-positioned to benefit from the rise of artificial intelligence, according to analysts at Scotiabank. The California-headquartered firm last month launched its AI model — CLAIRE GPT — which is designed to help businesses use their data for generative AI applications. Generative AI, or GenAI, is the technology behind the hugely popular chatbot ChatGPT and other similar products. According to FactSet, the average price target of 16 analysts points to a 39% upside for the stock. RBC Capital analysts expect the stock to rise by 43% to $41 a share over the next 12 months.
Persons: CLAIRE GPT, Patrick Colville, FactSet, Matthew Hedberg, Salesforce Organizations: Scotiabank, The, RBC Capital, Microsoft, Data Management, RBC, Wall Street Journal Locations: Informatica, U.S, The California, Snowflake
At the same time, Wall Street analysts continue to focus on picking individual stocks that can thrive even in the face of short-term pressures and deliver attractive, long-term returns. Here are three stocks favored by the Street's top pros, according to TipRanks, a platform that ranks analysts based on their past performance. Burlington StoresOff-price retailer Burlington Stores (BURL) is this week's first pick. Tarlowe noted that the expansion in Burlington Stores' gross and operating margins helped drive better-than-expected earnings in the first quarter. (See Burlington Stores Stock Charts on TipRanks)AmazonE-commerce and cloud computing company Amazon (AMZN) is also a top pick.
Persons: Jefferies, Corey Tarlowe, BURL, Tarlowe, TipRanks, Ivan Feinseth, there's PagerDuty, Matthew Hedberg, Hedberg Organizations: Burlington Stores Inc, Federal Reserve, Wall Street, Burlington, Burlington Stores, Amazon Web Services, AWS, RBC Capital, Department of Veteran Affairs Locations: Burlington, New York, U.S, Jersey, billings .
UBS lowered its rating on Albemarle to neutral from buy, slashing its price target by more than 40%. Analyst Matthew Hedberg initiated coverage of the data stock at an outperform rating with a $22 target price for shares. Hedberg's price target implies shares could climb 23.9% over the next year from Friday's close. In addition to the downgrade, analyst Jessica Reif Ehrlich slashed her price target on the stock to $9 from $32. Analyst Joshua Spector downgraded the stock to neutral from buy and slashed his price target to $140 from $253.
Persons: Ferrari, Matthew Hedberg, Hedberg, Alex Harring, Jason Bazinet, Bazinet, — Alex Harring, Jefferies, Brent Thill, Thill, Jessica Reif Ehrlich, Reif, Vivek Arya, Arya, Nicholas Campanella, Campanella, " Campanella, Banks, Goldman Sachs, Citi's Paul Lejuez, Baird, Mark Altschwager, Morgan Stanley, Edouard Aubin, Aubin, there's, Henning Cosman, Cosman, Joshua Spector, Spector Organizations: CNBC, UBS, Barclays, Bank of America, Nvidia, RBC, RBC Capital Markets, Citi, Disney, Jefferies, Paramount, Paramount Global, Dominion Energy, Dominion, Wall, JPMorgan, Ferrari, U.S, UBS downgrades Locations: Albemarle, Friday's, China, Birkenstock
CNBC Pro combed through the most recent quarterly research reports to find stocks with upside as the new quarter gets underway. They include: Simon Property, Spotify , Netflix , Enphase and Palo Alto Networks. Palo Alto Networks The cybersecurity company is firing on all cylinders, RBC said earlier this week in its top second-quarter picks note to clients. Hedberg believes Palo Alto has a unique opportunity to take share in a rapidly burgeoning field. ... .We view Palo Alto as well positioned to benefit from an increasingly complex security and threat landscape and as an industry leader in security."
RBC says that AI is one of the most transformative developments in tech in the last 20 years. The firm's tech analysts explained which stocks they think will benefit the most from generative AI. They added that in many cases, the "rising tide" of AI will benefit broad swaths of the market. But it's not just the established tech titans that can profit from the advent of AI technology. Those companies are below, along with their tickers and commentary about each provided by the RBC analysts.
In a rough year for markets, tech stocks have been notably poor performers. That's affected growth rates for many companies — and that, too, worked out unfavorably for tech. The event featured conversations with more than 100 executives from industries, including software, internet, advertising technology, media, and payments processing. One comment in particular about what investors want to see from software companies summed up the general tone for most of tech. The following stocks are the top picks of RBC analysts covering tech stocks.
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