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He kept seeing green sea turtles with cauliflower-like tumors. And it would just encapsulate the green sea turtles," he said. A green sea turtle afflicted with fibropapillomatosis at the Turtle Hospital in Marathon, Florida in the Florida Keys. Green sea turtles are crucial for the health of reefs worldwide, as they eat algae that would otherwise suffocate the coral. He donned his diving gear and set up motion-sensing underwater cameras to snap photos of green sea turtles.
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He added, "Wells Fargo could fetch a higher multiple in the market as a result." A Wells Fargo spokesperson declined to comment on the total number of CIB-related hires across all levels in the division. Wells Fargo and other banks have benefited in recent years as the Federal Reserve began hiking interest rates in March 2022. More recent data indicates that Wells Fargo's investment banking revenue share globally has jumped to No. A woman walks past Wells Fargo bank in New York City, U.S., March 17, 2020.
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Morgan Spurlock, Oscar-winning documentarian, dead at 53
  + stars: | 2024-05-24 | by ( Tom Page | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +3 min
CNN —Morgan Spurlock, the filmmaker and former CNN series host whose McDonald’s documentary “Super Size Me” was nominated for an Academy Award, died of cancer complications Thursday, according to his family. Spurlock, who was 53, died in New York, surrounded by family and friends, his brother said in a statement. “It was a sad day, as we said goodbye to my brother Morgan,” Craig Spurlock said. For several years, Spurlock served as host of a popular CNN Original series, “Morgan Spurlock Inside Man.”Born in Parkersburg, West Virginia, the future filmmaker was raised in Beckley, where he graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School. His film “Super Size Me 2: Holy Chicken” was released in 2019.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailStick with companies that earn through a 'muddy' economy, says Morgan Stanley's Jim LacampJim Lacamp, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management senior vice president, joins Money Movers to discuss the market, outlook on the economy, the Fed, and more.
Persons: Morgan Stanley's Jim Lacamp Jim Lacamp, Morgan Organizations: Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, Movers
That said, there are still some opportunities to buy AI stocks on the cheap. The stock's current forward price-to-earnings multiple at 20.1 is only slightly below its five-year average of 21.20. It is also cheap — the stock's current forward price-to-earnings multiple at 150.08 is significantly below its five-year average of 761.17. The stock is also trading at a discount to its five-year average, with a forward price-to-earnings ratio of 16. Other favored AI plays that meet the aforementioned criteria include Equinix , Adobe and Western Digital Corp .
Persons: Wall, Morgan Stanley, Snowflake, Tyler Radke, Joseph Moore, FactSet Organizations: Nvidia, Nasdaq, Dow Jones, CNBC Pro, Meta, Facebook, Citi Research, Micron Technology, Micron, Adobe, Western Digital Corp
Read previewMorgan Spurlock, the documentary filmmaker who famously ate only McDonald's for a full month for his 2004 Oscar-nominated film "Super Size Me," has died at the age of 53 from complications related to cancer, his family announced on Friday. Related storiesSpurlock became an overnight sensation in the independent film world when "Super Size Me" was released. "Super Size Me." AdvertisementHe followed "Super Size Me" with documentaries like "Where in the World Is Osama Bin Laden?" Toronto International Film FestivalAfter getting the rights back to "Super Size Me 2," Spurlock released the doc in 2019, and it would mark his final movie.
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Morgan Spurlock, a documentary filmmaker best known for the Oscar-nominated 2004 film “Super Size Me,” which followed him as he ate nothing but McDonald’s for 30 days, died on Thursday. His brother Craig Spurlock confirmed the death in a statement to The Associated Press, and said the cause was complications from cancer. The statement did not say where he died. In “Super Size Me,” Mr. Spurlock tested the broadly held idea that fast food is unhealthy by gorging on McDonald’s Super Size meals, hamburgers, fries, soda and more for weeks, as he steadily gained weight. The film, which grossed more than $22 million on a $65,000 budget, contributed to a sweeping backlash against the fast food industry.
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Japanese stocks are enjoying a banner year, with foreign investors plowing into the market. Japanese investors are hesitant Japanese investors have long been skeptical of the local stock market after the asset price bubble burst in the early 1990s. Another reason Japanese investors may not be as keen on their domestic market could be the yen falling sharply. Outlook for Japanese stocks still strong Despite the recent bout of selling from local investors and the market's recent struggles, many global investors remain bullish on Japanese stocks. This is another "slow-moving but important tailwind to Japanese stocks," with more room to run, according to Zachary Hill, Horizon Investments head of portfolio management.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Kishida, Julian McManus, Janus Henderson, Bernstein, Zachary Hill, Raymond Chan, Chan, McManus, he's, Warren Buffett Organizations: Japan Exchange Group, Nikkei, Bank of Japan, U.S ., Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Investment, Association, Prime, Nippon, Savings, U.S, Horizon Investments, Federal Reserve, Asia Pacific, Allianz Global Investors, Mitsui, Itochu, Sumitomo Locations: U.S, Japan, Asia
Virgin Voyages faces backlash after a free cruise winner said she has to pay $8,000 in flight costs. The cruise line's Australia voyages were canceled due to tensions in the Red Sea. Brand experts say Virgin should cover flight costs or offer different prizes to maintain trust. AdvertisementVirgin Voyages is dealing with a PR nightmare after a woman who won a free cruise said she'd have to pay $8,000 in flights to claim her prize. The adults-only cruise line, owned by Richard Branson's Virgin Group, is known for giving away free prizes to promote its various international sailings across Australia, Europe, and the Caribbean.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailBank of Korea likely to cut rates before inflation hits the 2% target: Morgan StanleyKathleen Oh of Morgan Stanley discusses the effectiveness of fiscal provisions for households in Korea, and her interest rate outlook for the Bank of Korea.
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Morgan Spurlock in town talking to the Herald's Tenley Woodman about his new movie. Documentary filmmaker Morgan Spurlock, an Oscar nominee whose most famous work skewered American food and diets and who notably ate only at McDonald's for a month to illustrate the dangers of a fast-food diet, has died. Spurlock made a splash in 2004 with his groundbreaking film "Super Size Me," which was nominated for an Academy Award. The film chronicled the detrimental physical and psychological effects of Spurlock eating only McDonald's food for 30 days. He returned in 2019 with "Super Size Me 2: Holy Chicken!"
Persons: Morgan Spurlock, Woodman, Spurlock, Morgan, Craig Spurlock Organizations: Associated Press Locations: New York, America
The Shanghai-based company reported Wednesday that net profit soared 246% to 28 billion yuan ($3.9 billion) in the first quarter of 2024, more than double the average analyst estimate of 12.62 billion yuan ($1.7 billion), according to LSEG data. Revenue jumped 131% to 86.81 billion yuan ($12 billion) in the period, also comfortably beating expectations. He is still the company’s biggest shareholder, with a stake of 25% stake, and ranks as China’s second richest man with a fortune of nearly $52 billion, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. Temu, PDD’s international app, was launched in 2022, and as of last November it had acquired nearly 17% of the US online discount store market, according to Earnest Analytics. Last month, South Korean regulators investigated Temu on suspicion of false advertising and unfair ppractices, according to the Yonhap news agency.
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Every weekday the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer holds a "Morning Meeting" livestream at 10:20 a.m. We welcome the bullish call, but maintain a 2 rating on F shares. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade. THE ABOVE INVESTING CLUB INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND PRIVACY POLICY , TOGETHER WITH OUR DISCLAIMER . NO FIDUCIARY OBLIGATION OR DUTY EXISTS, OR IS CREATED, BY VIRTUE OF YOUR RECEIPT OF ANY INFORMATION PROVIDED IN CONNECTION WITH THE INVESTING CLUB.
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CNN —Top Republican senators are defending Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito as the conservative justice became embroiled in a second flag controversy, even as some Democrats call for Alito to recuse himself from key matters pending before the high court. “I just think Democrats are determined to harass members of the Supreme Court. So obviously, they don’t like Justice Alito or the decisions he makes,” he told CNN. Several prominent Republican senators criticized Alito over the upside-down flag. “I think the question is how many MAGA battle flags does the Supreme Court justice have to fly until the rest of the court takes it seriously?” he asked.
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Wall Street analysts are turning more bullish on Nvidia yet again following another strong guide from the chipmaking behemoth. "The narrative is clearly nowhere near its end, or likely nowhere near its peak," he wrote, adding that shares appear inexpensive. He expects Nvidia's Blackwell chips to be sold out through 2025. "While it's large enough market that competitors can succeed or even gain share, NVIDIA remains the standard bearer for multifaceted AI," he wrote. Nvidia's results lifted the broader chip sector, with the VanEck Semiconductor ETF (SMH) trading 3% higher in the premarket.
Persons: Tom O'Malley, Bernstein's Stacy Rasgon, Blackwell, Blayne Curtis, Citi's Atif Malik, JPMorgan's Harlan Sur, Goldman Sachs, Toshiya Hari, Sur, Morgan Stanley's Joseph Moore, Nvidia's Blackwell Organizations: Nvidia, Blackwell, Wall, Barclays, Jefferies, NVIDIA, VanEck Semiconductor, Micron Technology, AMD Locations: CY25
Morgan Stanley accompanied the move by cutting its price target to $100 from $120. His $185 price target, up from $160, forecasts that shares of Take-Two could rally 23% from Wednesday's close. — Lisa Kailai Han 5:55 a.m.: Bernstein initiates Ford at an outperform rating Investors who don't own Ford are missing out, according to Bernstein. — Lisa Kailai Han 5:55 a.m.: JPMorgan upgrades Hasbro Don't expect Hasbro's momentum to slow in the near future, according to JPMorgan. It also raised its price target on shares to $74 from $61, implying upside of 22%.
Persons: Bernstein, Morgan Stanley downgrades NetEase, Morgan Stanley, Alex Poon, Poon, Lisa Kailai Han, Omar Dessouky, Dessouky, — Lisa Kailai Han, Sam Poser, Sean Dodge, Dodge, GoodRx, Ford, Daniel Roeska, Roeska didn't, Roeska, Christopher Horvers, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, Ford, JPMorgan, Hasbro, NetEase, Bank of America, Rockstar Games, Rockstar, Supreme, Corp, Trading, EMEA, Timberland, RBC, RBC Capital Markets, pharma, Kroger Locations: China, Wednesday's, Americas
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.
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Snowflake posted $829 million in revenue, while analysts polled by LSEG had called for $786 million. Adjusted earnings for the period came in at 14 cents a share, however, missing the consensus estimate by 4 cents. Beauty — The cosmetics maker added 3.4% after easily surpassing consensus forecasts from analysts surveyed by FactSet for the fiscal fourth quarter. posted 53 cents in earnings per share, excluding items, on $321.1 million in revenue, while analysts penciled in just 33 cents on $292.6 million in revenue. On top of that, LiveRamp offered firm revenue guidance for both the current quarter and full year.
Persons: Snowflake, LSEG, NetEase, FactSet, e.l.f, LiveRamp, Cytokinetics, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Ed Bred, Lori Koch, Alibaba, GoodRX, , Jesse Pound, Pia Singh, Yun Li, Tanaya Macheel, Sarah Min, Michelle Fox Organizations: Nvidia, Micro, Taiwan Semiconductor, Bloomberg, Department of Justice, of, News, Corp, JPMorgan, DuPont de Nemours, DuPont, Bloomberg News, Bank of America, RBC, Hasbro —, Hasbro Locations: Southern, of New York,
CNN —Senate Democrats have launched an inquiry into recent reports that Donald Trump offered oil executives the reversal of some of President Joe Biden’s climate policies upon the former president’s reelection in exchange for campaign contributions. The committees are seeking “descriptions of policy proposals discussed” and “materials distributed to any attendees” at the event. “Time and time again, both Mr. Trump and the U.S. oil and gas industry have proved they are willing to sell out Americans to pad their own pockets,” Sens. In his first term, Trump overturned more than 100 environmental rules and actions put in place by the Obama administration. Trump has vowed that if he’s reelected he will reverse those actions and boost fossil fuels, and oil and gas drilling.
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In 2011, 86% of college graduates said their degree had been a good investment; in 2013, 70% of U.S. adults said a college education was "very important," according to Pew Research Center and Gallup surveys. Today, 29% of Americans say that college isn't worth the cost — and roughly half (49%) say having a four-year college degree is less important for landing a high-paying job today than it was 20 years ago, according to a new survey from the Pew Research Center. Only 22% of U.S. adults say the cost of getting a four-year degree today is worth it even if someone has to take out loans, Pew found. College graduates on average earn more than those without a four-year degree — but this so-called college wage premium is shrinking. A recent report from the San Francisco Federal Reserve found that the college wage gap peaked in the mid-2010s but declined by four percentage points in 2022.
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Morgan Stanley chairman James Gorman is stepping down at the end of the year. The former CEO revealed his plans at the bank's annual shareholder meeting. Gorman joined Morgan Stanley in 2006 and helped steer the bank through the financial crisis. AdvertisementJames Gorman will leave Morgan Stanley at the end of 2024, bringing an 18-year stint at the investment bank to a close. The chairman revealed his plans on Thursday at the bank's annual meeting, outlets including Bloomberg and Reuters reported.
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CNN —The situation at Warner Bros. Discovery’s TNT network “sucks, plain and simple,” Charles Barkley bluntly said Thursday. Barkley, who said he feels “so bad for the people” he works with, laid blame at the feet of the “clowns” atop WBD. Wall Street has responded quite negatively to the possibility WBD, which has built a programming slate around the NBA, could lose the rights to air the games. And TNT has built a programming slate around the NBA games, most notably the highly rated “Inside the NBA” show. Losing the rights to NBA games could throw aspects of that business partnership into question.
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Nvidia — The chipmaker and artificial intelligence beneficiary spiked 11% after Nvidia posted strong fiscal first-quarter results , issued better-than-expected guidance and announced a 10-for-1 stock split. Live Nation Entertainment — Shares dropped 7% after the U.S. Department of Justice sued to break up the parent company of Ticketmaster, alleging antitrust violations . The cosmetics maker posted fourth-quarter adjusted earnings of 53 cents per share on revenues of $321.1 million. Snowflake had posted $829 million in revenue, surpassing the consensus forecast of $786 million, per LSEG. Adjusted earnings for the period came in at 14 cents a share, however, falling short of analysts' consensus estimate by 4 cents.
Persons: Brian West, LSEG, LiveRamp, GoodRx, Snowflake, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, — CNBC's Michelle Fox, Pia Singh Organizations: Nvidia, Micro Computer, Boeing —, Boeing, U.S . Department of Justice, Ticketmaster, RBC, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing, Taiwan Semiconductor, Machinery, Titan Machinery, Triumph, JPMorgan, Corp, LSEG, Revenue
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
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
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