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And among those watching most closely are world leaders near and far. Of course, world leaders have generally stayed mum on the issue of which man they prefer – although I would wager that most favor the status quo over a return to the raucous years of Trump’s presidency. Some world leaders have already signaled their aversion to another Trump presidency. But for these foreign leaders, coming out against Trump is a move that is chock full of risks. The stakes in this election are too high for global leaders to stay mum.
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Photographer: David Odisho/Bloomberg via Getty ImagesShares of Salesforce tumbled 20% Thursday morning, putting the stock on pace for its worst day in nearly 20 years. Its worst trading day on record is July 4, 2004, when shares fell 27% just days after the company went public. Salesforce expects second-quarter adjusted earnings per share of $2.34 to $2.36 on $9.2 billion to $9.25 billion in revenue. Goldman Sachs analysts reiterated their buy rating on the stock and said they view Salesforce as a "high-quality software franchise." Goldman Sachs analysts said in a note Wednesday that Salesforce is "an under-appreciated Gen-AI winner."
Persons: Marc Benioff, Benioff, David Odisho, Salesforce, LSEG, Salesforce's, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, — CNBC's Michael Bloom, Jordan Novet Organizations: Inc, Bloomberg, Getty, Citi Locations: San Francisco , California, Francisco's
Those searching for pockets of opportunities in the region can look to Goldman Sachs' selection of "alpha" stock opportunities. Goldman Sachs' list of opportunities include stocks with "deep value" and "defensive growth" characteristics. The company's shares are traded in the First Trust United Kingdom AlphaDEX Fund (1.2% weight) and Goldman Sachs ActiveBeta Europe Equity ETF (0.3%). 'Strong top-line prospects' Growth stocks the Wall Street bank is bullish on include those "with strong top-line prospects at reasonable growth-adjusted valuations." ASML: Goldman said the company has a "multi-decade competitive moat in High NA, which will be extremely difficult to replicate for the next 10-20 years at least."
Persons: Goldman Sachs, JD, Goldman, ASML, CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: Alpha, Sports Fashion, International Consolidated Airlines Group, ISS, First, United, AlphaDEX Fund, Equity, U.S . Global Jets ETF, NA, Euronext Amsterdam, Nasdaq Locations: U.S, Danish, Europe, Adyen
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
Hedge funds are still leaning into the "Magnificent Seven" trade even with the broader stock market indexes recently hitting record highs. A May 24 note from the Goldman Sachs prime brokerage said that the Big Tech exposure at hedge funds reached a new high last week. The rising exposure is caused by both trading activity and higher share prices for the Big Tech stocks, particularly Nvidia . Net flows into the Magnificent Seven stocks have been positive in May, according to the Goldman prime brokerage data, though last week was more neutral. The five biggest stocks in the S & P 500 — all of which are members of the Magnificient 7 — account for roughly 27% of the S & P 500, according to Strategas Research Partners.
Persons: Goldman, Goldman Sachs, — CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: Goldman Sachs, Big Tech, Apple, Microsoft, Nvidia, Tesla, Goldman, Bloomberg News, Strategas Research Partners
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
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
The S & P 500 's strong first 100 trading days of 2024 is a good omen for the rest of the year, according to Bank of America technical research strategist Stephen Suttmeier. As of May 23, the 100th trading day of 2024, the S & P 500 rallied more than 10% for the year. .SPX YTD mountain S & P 500 year to date Historically, when the S & P 500 rises 10% or more in the first 100 days of any year, the index is higher the rest of the year 76% of the time, the strategist said. In this case, the average return comes in at 7.1%, with a higher median return of 9.3%. If 2024 followed that pattern, the S & P 500 would stand at 5650 shortly before Labor Day, based on the May 23 close, Bank of America said.
Persons: Stephen Suttmeier, Suttmeier, — CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: Bank of America, Labor
The global semiconductor industry is set to experience "groundbreaking changes," Citi said, naming stocks to play the theme. Here are six stocks from Citi's list, which stand out for having substantial upside potential, according to FactSet's consensus price targets. Nvidia Among Citi's list of top stocks is investor darling Nvidia . Samsung Electronics and SK Hynix South Korean tech giants Samsung Electronics and SK Hynix also made Citi's list. Citi also noted that SK Hynix is looking forward to stronger supplies of HBM3E chips through to 2025, "in line with the customer's roadmap."
Persons: Atif Malik, ASMPT, Kevin Chen, Takayuki Naito, Ibiden, Hynix, Peter Lee, — CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: Citi, Nvidia, Tokyo Stock Exchange, Franklin FTSE, Franklin FTSE Hong Kong ETF, BlackRock Future Tech ETF, Samsung Electronics, SK Hynix South, SK Hynix, Korea ETF, Franklin FTSE South Korea ETF Locations: Hong Kong, Franklin FTSE Hong, SK Hynix South Korean, Korea, Franklin FTSE South
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
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
As the price of gold hits new all-time highs and silver rallies to a multi-year high, Bank of America has identified four exchange-traded funds (ETFs) that offer attractive exposure to precious metals. The top-rated ETFs include abrdn Physical Silver Shares ETF (ticker SIVR), iShares Silver Trust (SLV), Invesco DB Precious Metals Fund (DBP) and abrdn Physical Precious Metals Basket Shares ETF (GLTR). Bank of America rated all four ETFs "more attractive" in comparison to other ETFs with similar assets. These funds reflect baskets of physical precious metals, with varying allocations to silver, gold, palladium, and platinum. abrdn Physical Silver Shares ETF SIVR is the cheapest silver fund in Bank of America's coverage, with a total expense ratio of 0.50%.
Persons: Jared Woodard, SLV, Michael Bloom Organizations: Bank of America, Precious Metals Fund, Bank of, Treasury, Bank, Precious Metals Locations: BofA
A slate of stocks — including a couple of notable winners — still have plenty more room to run this summer, according to Morgan Stanley. "Despite near all-time high, valuation remains attractive, especially when compared to more well known stocks," he wrote. Warner Music Group Analyst Benjamin Swinburne recently resumed coverage of Warner Music Group with an overweight rating and called the stock a top pick. Warner Music Group "In the past 18 months, the music industry has seen significant positive developments. Progressive "Despite near all-time high, valuation remains attractive, especially when compared to more well known stocks.
Persons: , Morgan Stanley, it's, Morgan, Morgan Stanley's, Megan Alexander, Alexander, she's, Bob Jian Huang, Huang, Benjamin Swinburne, Swinburne, Price, DELL Organizations: Nvidia, CNBC, Dell Technologies, Hasbro, Body Works, Warner Music Group, Android, Warner Music, Warner, NVIDIA
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
Bank of America reiterates Nvidia as buy Bank of America raised its price target on the stock to $1,320 per share from $1,100 following earnings. Deutsche Bank initiates Freshpet a buy Deutsche said it sees "multiple structural tailwinds" for shares of the pet food and health company. Deutsche Bank initiates BellRing Brands as buy Deutsche said it sees a long runway for growth for the food company. " Deutsche Bank initiates Legend Biotech as buy Deutsche said it's bullish on the biotech company's multiple myeloma drug Carvykti. Bank of America reiterates Super Micro Computer as buy Bank of America said Nvidia's earnings report on Wednesday bode well for companies like Super Micro.
Persons: Bernstein, Ford, Morgan Stanley downgrades NetEase, Morgan Stanley, Evercore, BRBR, Wedbush, Jefferies, GDRX, Oppenheimer, Armour, Kevin, Dell, Chubb, Stephens, FHN, Tesla, Argus, it's bullish, bode Organizations: " Bank of America, Nvidia, Bank of America, Deutsche Bank, Deutsche, BellRing Brands, JPMorgan, Hasbro, RBC, Norfolk Southern, NSC, GE Vernova, GE, UBS, Eastman Chemical, Eastman, SAP, underperform Bank of America, Berkshire Hathaway's, of America, Rockstar Games, NextEra Energy Partners, Argus, Wynn, Biotech, Computer Locations: U.S, China, Berkshire, Macau, Las Vegas, 2H24
Owning overcrowded trades that are most popular among hedge funds could be risky for individual investors in the event of a herd-like stampede by systematic traders, according to Morgan Stanley, which looked at stocks to avoid. Despite their popularity and performance, none of the megacap tech stocks made the list of overcrowded stocks. That's because their enormous share count makes hedge funds' ownership less significant. Morgan Stanley found that hedge funds were most overweight in consumer discretionary, industrial and health care stocks last quarter, while they were most bearish on technology and consumer staples companies. Janus Henderson , The New York Times , Planet Fitness and Wayfair were also on the list of crowded trades.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Russell, Howard Hughes, Janus Henderson, — CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: Avis Budget Group, Howard Hughes Holdings, The New York Times Locations: The
Hedge funds added more exposure to financial and tech names in the last quarter, according to Morgan Stanley. Castagno highlighted that in the last quarter, hedge funds seemed to shift their portfolio allocations toward the information technology and financials sectors, moving away from health care. However, hedge funds still remain most overweight stocks within the health care, consumer discretionary and industrials industries. Hedge funds have recently increased their ownership shares in retailer Bath & Body Works by 2.5%. Wolfe Research upgraded shares of Alaska Air Group to outperform from peer perform last Friday.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Todd Castagno, Castagno, A.J, — CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: Securities and Exchange, Universal Health Services, UBS, Body, JPMorgan, Airline, Alaska Air Group, Wolfe Research, TPG, DXC Technology, Avis Budget Group Locations: Rice, Bath, Coast
Specifically, analyst Chris Schott called Eli Lilly one of his highest conviction opinions. Analyst Harlan Sur noted that one of his top picks includes semiconductor manufacturer Broadcom , which has rallied 25% in 2024. In the report, the bank also highlighted data centers as an area that investors should watch. As demand grows for data centers, beneficiaries could include stocks such as Vertiv , up an eye-watering 106% in 2024, which is one of analyst Steve Tusa's highest conviction picks in the electrical equipment industry. Other stocks JPMorgan listed in the report include Delta Airlines and Carvana .
Persons: Chris Schott, Eli Lilly, Harlan Sur, Steve Tusa's, Rajat Gupta, — CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: JPMorgan, Dow Jones, Major Pharma, Broadcom, Delta Airlines
Here are Wednesday's biggest calls on Wall Street: Morgan Stanley reiterates Tesla as overweight Morgan Stanley said it's sticking with its overweight rating on Tesla but says it's only a matter of time before others automakers begin to take advantage of AI also. Morgan Stanley reiterates Meta as overweight Morgan Stanley said that, as users adopt the company's Reels product it becomes a "monetization opportunity." Morgan Stanley reiterates Dell as a top pick Morgan Stanley said Dell remains a favorite name at the firm. Morgan Stanley reiterates McDonald's as overweight Morgan Stanley said it's standing by the fast-food chain. Morgan Stanley reiterates Ferrari as overweight Morgan Stanley said it's standing by its overweight rating on the automaker.
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Nvidia has been the biggest story of Wall Street's rally to record highs, but the options market appears to be underestimating the impact of its earnings report Wednesday, according to Goldman Sachs. "NVDA options suggest investors expect this earnings report to be unusually important; NVDA options imply a +/-11.9% earnings-day move vs. its 4-quarter historical earnings-day move of +/-10.8%. The importance of this earnings report is easy to see given NVDA options volume has been 36% of all single stock options volumes over the past three months," the note said. The S & P 500 is a market cap-weighted index, meaning that Nvidia has taken on extra importance over the past two years. The options market has underpriced S & P 500 moves following the previous four Nvidia reports as well, according to Goldman.
Persons: Wall, Goldman Sachs, John Marshall, Marshall, Goldman, — CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: Nvidia, Traders
A top strategist for JPMorgan is sticking with a pessimistic outlook for stocks despite a strong start to 2024 that's winning over other Wall Street skeptics. The JPMorgan note comes shortly after strategists from Deutsche Bank and Morgan Stanley raised their forecasts for the S & P 500. The stock market has outrun most Wall Street projections so far this year, with the S & P 500 up more than 11%. .SPX YTD mountain The S & P 500 has already surpassed the original year-end 2024 targets from major Wall Street strategists. Kolanovic's JPMorgan colleague Dubravko Lakos-Bujas has the lowest S & P 500 target — 4,200 — among major strategists, according to the CNBC Market Strategist Survey .
Persons: that's, Marko Kolanovic, Kolanovic, Morgan Stanley, Dubravko Lakos, Bujas, — CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: JPMorgan, Deutsche Bank, CNBC Market, Survey
On top of that, the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) subsidies to reshore the battery supply chain to the U.S. are also "having the desired impact," it added. It named companies such as LG Energy Solution and Samsung SDI which have more than 65% of U.S. battery manufacturing capacity. LG Energy Solution has the additional benefit of being the most exposed to growth and IRA benefits, they added. But Bernstein said it prefers Samsung SDI to LG Energy Solution for now, as the former offers "growth at a reasonable price." Bernstein gave Samsung SDI and LG Chem an outperform rating and LG Energy Solution a market perform rating.
Persons: Bernstein, Freyr, — CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: U.S, LG Energy, Samsung SDI, LG Chem, Umicore, Basf, LG, Panasonic, Tesla, SolidEnergy Systems Locations: U.S, North America, decouple, China, South Korea, Europe
Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Tuesday: Morgan Stanley reiterates Tesla as overweight Morgan Stanley made the case in a note to investors that Elon Musk needs Tesla "more than ever before." Citi initiates Ferrovial at buy Citi said it's bullish on shares of the Dutch infrastructure and transportation company. Citi reiterates Dell as buy Citi raised its price target on the stock by 36% to $170 per share from $125. Morgan Stanley reiterates Apple as overweight Morgan Stanley said its checks show accelerating App Store growth ahead of expectations for Apple. Morgan Stanley names Taiwan Semiconductor a catalyst-driven idea Morgan Stanley said TSM is a likely beneficiary of a solid Nvidia earnings report on Wednesday.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Tesla, Elon, Raymond James, Baird, it's, Evercore, Piper Sandler downgrades Sunnova, Piper, Brinker, Argus, Apple, TSM, NVDA, it's bullish, Lenz, LENZ Organizations: Elon, Caesars Entertainment, Penn, Penn Entertainment, Boyd Gaming Corporation, Inc, PENN Entertainment, JPMorgan, Therapeutics, Citi, Nvidia, Sunnova, Disney, Dell, Barclays, HP, Brinker International Inc, Apple, Taiwan Semiconductor, Gap Citi, GPS, " Bank of America, Lenz Therapeutics, Bank of America, Deutsche Bank, Deutsche, Recovery Software
Here are Monday's biggest calls on Wall Street: Melius reiterates Apple as buy Melius said it sees several positive catalysts ahead for Apple. Bernstein reiterates Dell as outperform Bernstein raised its price target on the stock to $155 per share from $120. Goldman Sachs reiterates Amazon as buy Goldman said it's standing by its top pick status on shares of Amazon. " Barclays reiterates Nvidia as overweight Barclays raised its price target on Nvidia to $1,100 from $850. Morgan Stanley upgrades Micron to equal weight from underweight Morgan Stanley raised its price target on Micron to $130 per share from $98.
Persons: Melius, Bernstein, Dell, Stifel, Baird, Goldman Sachs, Goldman, , Huntington Ingalls, it's, it's bullish, Redburn, Tesla, Morgan Stanley, Salesforce, Jefferies, Evercore, TJX Organizations: Apple, Developers, Citi, RIO, Nvidia, Barclays, Robotics, Group, Marex Group, Micron, Hasbro, U.S . Steel, UBS, Universal Health Services, JPMorgan, TJX Companies, SSS, Seaport, FedEx, US Locations: Tinto, America, Cleveland, China
The analysts project that over $100 billion will be channeled toward such "potential investments propel[ling] AI and spur[ring] power demand growth in Asia." Here are three of Morgan Stanley's overweight-rated stock picks with more than 35% upside potential over the next 12 months. Morgan Stanley has a target price of 7.20 Singapore dollars ($5.35) on the Singapore Exchange -listed shares, giving them 36.9% potential upside. GDS Holdings Another Morgan Stanley favorite is Chinese data center developer and operator GDS Holdings . Morgan Stanley has a target price of $13.30 on the Nasdaq-listed stock, which translates to 40% potential upside.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, Morgan Stanley's, Tenaga Nasional Morgan Stanley, — CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: Tenaga Nasional, Tenaga, Microsoft, Amazon Web Services, U.S, Global X FTSE, Asia, Malaysian, Industries, Sembcorp, Morgan, Singapore, Sembcorp Industries, GDS, GDS Holdings, ASEAN, Nasdaq Locations: Asia, U.S, Malaysian, Tenaga Nasional, Bursa Malaysia, Malaysia, Singapore, Cambria, China, Japan, Hong Kong, Indonesia
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