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CNBC Daily Open: Nvidia shares soar on AI boom
  + stars: | 2024-05-23 | by ( Abid Ali | ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: 1 min
In this article JPMGMENVDA Follow your favorite stocks CREATE FREE ACCOUNTIn this photo illustration the Nvidia logo is displayed on a smartphone screen and in the background. Rafael Henrique | SOPA Images | Lightrocket | Getty ImagesThis report is from today's CNBC Daily Open, our new, international markets newsletter. CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. You can subscribe here. What you need to know todayThe bottom lineGet the CNBC Daily Open report in your inbox every morning and keep up to date with the markets wherever you are.
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It's worth noting that their comments come as the world's first major law governing AI, the EU's AI Act, was given the final greenlight. Meanwhile, European Commissioner Thierry Breton, a major architect of rules around Big Tech, is set to speak later in the week. Vogels, who is tasked with driving technology innovation within Amazon , said that AI can be used to "solve some of the world's hardest problems." Manyika said Google open-sourced its watermarking tech so that any developer can "build on it, improve on it." "I am concerned that there is potential for monopolies to emerge around Big Tech and AI," he said.
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Shares of Palo Alto plunged 28% on Feb. 21, a session after the company delivered a more cautious outlook for the rest of 2024. The shift in business strategy requires Palo Alto to give customers its new services and products for free to demonstrate their many benefits. PANW YTD mountain Palo Alto Networks (PANW) year-to-date performance 2. The Club is focused on how much industry spend is going to Palo Alto versus competitors, but we're not concerned about demand for the company's offerings. In this photo illustration the Palo Alto Networks logo seen displayed on a smartphone and on the background.
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s LONDON — The boss of U.K. stock trading service Freetrade is stepping down and leaving the company with immediate effect, the company told CNBC exclusively Monday. Dodds remains the largest individual shareholder in Freetrade, owning a roughly 12% stake, according to company filings. Freetrade is default alive and ready to take on the incumbent platforms in the UK with self-sustaining growth," Dodds said. Dodds added: "I'm very happy to say Viktor will be stepping up to take over the helm as CEO. Nebehaj, Freetrade's incoming CEO, applauded Dodds' eight-year run as CEO and said that "it's natural that different stages of a company's growth require different leaders."
Persons: Adam Dodds, Davide Fioranell, Viktor Nebehaj, Nebehaj, Dodds, he'll, Rafael Henrique, " Dodds, Viktor, Perry Blacher, Freetrade, it's Organizations: CNBC, GameStop Locations: Freetrade, U.S
In this article WBD Follow your favorite stocks CREATE FREE ACCOUNTIn this photo illustration, the Warner Bros. Here is how Warner Bros. Discovery performed, compared with estimates from analysts surveyed by LSEG: Loss per share: 40 cents vs. 24 cents loss expected40 cents vs. 24 cents loss expected Revenue: $9.96 billion vs. $10.231 billion expected Warner Bros. Warner Bros. While NBCUniversal holds the U.S. rights for the Olympics, airing the games on its TV networks and Peacock streaming service, Warner Bros.
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Bausch Health Companies on Tuesday morning reported first-quarter top- and bottom-line misses — putting embattled shares under pressure. BHC YTD mountain Bausch Health YTD Bottom line Along with quarterly results, Bausch Health reaffirmed forward guidance. While not necessarily expected to see a massive increase in adoption in the future like Lilly's GLP-1s, Xifaxan currently accounts for 41% of Bausch Health sales, excluding B+L. Breaking that down: $4.7 billion to $4.85 billion are attributable to Bausch Health (implying 2% to 5% organic growth), with $4.6 billion to $4.7 billion attributable to Bausch + Lomb. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade.
Persons: Bausch, Eli Lilly, It's, Xifaxan, Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Jim, Rafael Henrique Organizations: Health, Bausch Health, Norwich Pharmaceuticals, Amneal Pharmaceuticals, Food and Drug Administration, Management, CNBC Locations: generics, Norwich
Rafael Henrique | SOPA Images | LightRocket via Getty ImagesKlarna on Wednesday announced a global partnership with Uber to power payments for the ride-hailing giant's Uber and Uber Eats apps. The partnership will see the Swedish financial technology firm added as a payment option in the U.S., Germany, and Sweden, Klarna said in a statement. In the U.S., Germany, and Sweden, Klarna will roll out its "Pay Now" option, which lets customers pay off an order instantly in one click, in the Uber and Uber Eats apps. The company will also offer an additional payment option for Uber users in Sweden and Germany which allows users to bundle purchases into a single, interest-free payment that gets taken out of their monthly salary. The firm recently launched a monthly subscription plan in the U.S. to lock in "power users" ahead of its anticipated IPO.
Persons: Rafael Henrique, Uber, giant's Uber, Klarna, Sebastian Siemiatkowski, Siemiatkowski, SoftBank Organizations: Getty, Wednesday, Klarna, Bloomberg News, CNBC, Nike, Instacart Locations: Swedish, U.S, Germany, Sweden, Ukraine
Freetrade reported adjusted earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, and amortization (EBITDA) of £100,000 ($124,863) in the first quarter of 2024, according to unaudited financial statements shared with CNBC. Freetrade still generated a loss of £8.3 million in 2023, down from the £28.8 million loss it racked up the year before. "We defied difficult market conditions and delivered healthy growth in 2023 while dramatically reducing losses" in 2022, said Adam Dodds, CEO and founder of Freetrade. Net inflows totalled £130 million in the first quarter, too, as retail investor activity grew in response to resurgent markets last year. Equity markets saw serious drops in 2022 as a result of macroeconomic uncertainty and higher interest rates stoked by Russia's full-fledged invasion of Ukraine, which triggered a risk-off trade around the world.
Persons: Rafael Henrique, Freetrade, Adam Dodds, who've, Dodds, we've, Russia's Organizations: Getty, CNBC, Freetrade, Equity Locations: Ukraine
Investors received another reason to buy shares of Palo Alto Networks , according to Jim Cramer, in light of a cybersecurity incident that has impacted millions of AT & T customers. PANW YTD mountain Palo Alto Networks (PANW) year-to-date performance The list of companies making headlines due to cybersecurity incidents is extensive. Palo Alto Networks is our lone cybersecurity holding, even as its formerly red-hot stock has cooled following its Feb. 20 quarterly earnings report . "I do think after speaking with Nikesh that I am very tempted, when this breaks $280, to buy some Palo Alto," he said. In this photo illustration the logo from the cyber security company Palo Alto Networks seen displayed on a smartphone.
Persons: Jim Cramer, didn't, Nikesh Arora, Jim, Arora, Jim Cramer's, Rafael Henrique Organizations: Palo Alto Networks, Club, Microsoft, UnitedHealth, Change, JPMorgan, Palo Alto, Palo, CNBC, Getty Locations: Alto, Palo, U.S, Russian, billings, Palo Alto
With that in mind, here are three stocks favored by the Street's top pros, according to TipRanks, a platform that ranks analysts based on their past performance. Earlier this month, Guggenheim analyst Robert Drbul reiterated a buy rating on Nike stock with a price target of $130, adding it as a "best idea." Drbul also expects the Nike brand to be highly visible at the upcoming 2024 Summer Olympics. Drbul holds the 565th position among more than 8,700 analysts tracked by TipRanks. (See Nike Stock Buybacks on TipRanks)BJ's Wholesale Club
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Bausch Health Companies reported a fourth-quarter earnings beat on Tuesday. However , the stock's upside is likely limited until the legal battle over one of its most popular drugs is resolved. Adjusted earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (EBITDA) of $869 million was up 5.6% versus last year and ahead of the $863 billion consensus estimate. That makes Xifaxan responsible for 38% of Bausch Health sales, excluding B+L. Breaking that down, $4.7 billion to $4.85 billion are attributable to Bausch Health (implying 2% to 5% organic growth), with $4.6 billion to $4.7 billion attributable to Bausch + Lomb.
Persons: we've, Bausch, Salix, companywide EBITDA, Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Jim, Rafael Henrique Organizations: Health Companies, Pharmaceuticals, Norwich Pharmaceuticals, U.S ., Appeals, Federal Circuit, Bausch Health, Management, CNBC Locations: BLCO, Bausch
Palo Alto Networks was plummeting Wednesday, one day after a complicated quarterly print and outlook. "We are ready to buy" more shares of Palo Alto Networks, Jim said during the Morning Meeting . The decline began after Palo Alto Networks on Tuesday evening reported a slight billings miss in its fiscal 2024 second quarter, which on the top and bottom lines beat the Street. While Palo Alto Networks was experiencing a double-digit percentage loss on Wednesday, shares were still up more than 61% over the past 12 months. In this photo illustration the logo from the cyber security company Palo Alto Networks seen displayed on a smartphone.
Persons: Jim Cramer, Jim, Nikesh Arora, it's, Palo, Arora doesn't, I'm, Arora, Let's, Jim Cramer's, Rafael Henrique Organizations: Palo Alto Networks, The Club, Palo, CNBC, Getty Locations: Palo, billings
Quadir told CNBC she has a short position in the stock, meaning she is betting that the share price will decline. "We believe that Adtalem is completely uninvestable, the number of existential risks that exists today should cause alarm for any investor that's looking into this company," Quadir said. In 2017, DeVry Education changed its DV ticker symbol to Adtalem's current ATGE, completing the rebranding of DeVry into Adtalem. Quadir's report found that among Adtalem's properties, the online college Walden University has a graduation rate of just 29%. Adtalem's stock price has soared over 75% in just seven months, from just over $33 a share in late June, to more than $60 a share at Monday's open.
Persons: Quadir, Safkhet, Bridget Bennett, Rafael Henrique, Lightrocket, DeVry, Adtalem Organizations: Bloomberg, Getty Images WASHINGTON, Walden University, Chamberlain University, Ross University School of Medicine, CNBC, Safkhet, Netflix, Education, DeVry University, Cogswell Education, Blackrock, Vanguard, Department of Education, Higher Locations: Las Vegas , Nevada, U.S, Barbados, Quadir, Adtalem
But Wall Street is worried that hero may never come for Hollywood. Yet, Wall Street still isn't satisfied. Warner Bros. Wall Street wants a solution, or, at the very least, a company to set the stage for a potential solution. watch nowConsider M&A difficultiesMergers and acquisitions present another path to a bigger bundle, but Wall Street isn't sure there will be a big deal in 2024.
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BRAZIL - 2021/11/26: In this photo illustration a F. HoffmannLa Roche AG logo is seen on a screen and a hand holding a pill. (Photo Illustration by Rafael Henrique/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)Swiss pharmaceuticals giant Roche is set to acquire anti obesity drug developer Carmot Therapeutics, becoming the latest company to attempt to unseat Novo Nordisk and Eli Lilly's dominance within the global weight-loss drugs market. The U.S. takeover target's early-stage technology could help crack highly prized oral obesity treatments, Roche Pharmaceuticals CEO Teresa Graham said Monday, but it may be several years before the drugs are widely available. The deal will provide Roche access to Carmot's current research and development portfolio, including all clinical and preclinical assets. Shares of the Swiss company, which have been in the doldrums this year, were up 2.25% following the news of the acquisition.
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Features include the ability to choose from 6,000 U.S. stocks and 24-hour trading five days a week. Robinhood currently offers 24-hour trading in the U.S., allowing trades to happen outside 9:30 a.m. Robinhood won't offer U.K. stocks to begin with but will look to add them as it brings more products into the platform. Jordan Sinclair, Robinhood's U.K. chief, said he expects 24-hour trading to be popular, as it will let users trade on market-moving news. Dan Moczulski, U.K. managing director of EToro, a rival stock trading platform, said the arrival of more competition in the retail trading market marks "an exciting time for the industry."
Persons: Rafael Henrique, Robinhood, Jordan Sinclair, Sinclair, Tenev, Dan Moczulski, Moczulski, Vlad Tenev, We've Organizations: Getty, Robinhood's, CNBC Locations: U.S, British, England
Shares of GE HealthCare surged roughly 5% Tuesday, to more than $66 apiece. Looking ahead to next year, our thesis is unchanged: GE HealthCare should be one of the big winners from recent advancements in Alzheimer's treatments. Last week, GE HealthCare's Dutch peer Phillips (PHG) said its orders fell 9% in the third quarter, marking its fifth-straight quarter of declines. The wide gap in orders between the two companies suggests to us that GE HealthCare is taking market share in the industry. Guidance GE HealthCare reaffirmed most of its 2023 outlook Tuesday.
Persons: Phillips, Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Jim, Rafael Henrique, Lightrocket Organizations: GE HealthCare Technologies, GE HealthCare, General Electric, GE, Management, CNBC, Getty Locations: China, U.S
How the tech sector in Israel is navigating the war
  + stars: | 2023-10-13 | by ( Hanna Ziady | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +6 min
London CNN —Israel’s vast tech sector has seen its fair share of crises, from financial downturns and the Covid-19 pandemic to periodic flare-ups in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. “This is different than anything we’ve faced before,” said Avi Hasson, the CEO of Start-Up Nation Central (SNC), a non-profit that promotes Israel’s tech industry globally. “Seasoned investors with experience backing Israeli startups are not backing away due to the war,” said Samid of TechAviv. For many in Israel’s tech industry, the devastating circumstances have only served to underscore the sector’s famed resilience. “Israeli [tech] hasn’t stopped,” Hasson noted.
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Humana CEO Bruce Broussard will step down next year after more than a decade leading the health-insurance giant. Humana has tapped Jim Rechtin, head of Envision Healthcare, to be its next CEO. Weaving together insurance benefits with care delivery is meant to make healthcare easier for people to navigate and improve patients' health, Broussard said. One example is Humana's recent push into behavioral healthcare, Broussard said. That startup will eventually become part of Humana, Broussard said.
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It's similar to how Google Lens directs users to suggestions based on items captured by their camera. The tool is trained on data from PriceRunner, a price comparison service Klarna acquired for close to $1 billion. PriceRunner competes with the likes of Amazon , Google's shopping comparison service Google Shopping, and French-founded firm Kelkoo. Klarna users will be able to point their phone at an item of clothing or gadget and find recommendations on similar products directly within the Klarna app. Still, regulators, not least the European Union, have become wary about the rapid advancement of generative AI technology, which generates new material in response to human inputs.
Persons: Rafael Henrique, David Sandstrom, Klarna Sandstrom, Klarna, Sandstrom Organizations: Getty, Google, CNBC, Microsoft, European Union Locations: Swedish, PriceRunner, French, Stockholm, Europe, China, Silicon Valley
Rafael Henrique | SOPA Images | Lightrocket | Getty ImagesCharter Communications CEO Chris Winfrey wants the pay-TV bundle to live. For Charter, a company that doesn't produce content itself, the TV bundle is still a big part of its business, even as broadband grows. Disney also noted its multi-billion dollar investments in exclusive content for Disney+, ESPN+ and Hulu. Disney has said it's a matter of time before it offers ESPN outside of the pay-TV bundle. Long live pay-TV
Persons: Rafael Henrique, Chris Winfrey, Winfrey, Barry Diller, Tom Rutledge, , Hulu —, Disney, Long Organizations: Communications, Getty, Charter, Disney, U.S ., Warner Bros, Discovery, Paramount Global, Comcast, Media, Paramount, ESPN, P Global Market Intelligence, Hulu Locations: U.S, Hulu
Another possible catalyst is the monetization of BHC's Bausch + Lomb (BLCO) stake. Bausch + Lomb update On the earnings release, management highlighted a change in thinking about how to handle their stake in Bausch + Lomb. We'll be on the lookout for more information on the Bausch + Lomb situation in the coming days. Guidance BHC management raised their full-year revenue guidance for 2023 while reaffirming their adjusted EBITDA outlook. Excluding Bausch + Lomb, the team now expects full-year revenue to be in the range of $4.5 billion to $4.65 billion.
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Club holdings Meta Platforms (META), Microsoft (MSFT) and Estee Lauder (EL) all made headlines Thursday surrounding solid quarterly earnings, regulatory challenges and analyst downgrades. The Club remains highly bullish on these two Big Tech names, while continuing to muddle through with our embattled China-exposed cosmetics-retail play. Here's the latest developments at Meta, Microsoft and Estee Lauder — along with our take on the news. META YTD mountain Meta Platforms Inc. (META) year-to-date performance. Shares of Estee Lauder closed down 2.6% Thursday, at roughly $173 apiece.
Persons: Estee Lauder, downgrades, Estee Lauder —, Mark Zuckerberg, It's, Jeff Marks, Lauder, Jefferies, it's, Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Jim, Rafael Henrique Organizations: Meta, Microsoft, Big Tech, Inc, Union, EU, Wall, CNBC, Getty Locations: China, Asia
Since 2015, Prime Day sales have risen to more than $7 billion and could top $8 billion this year. Now in its ninth year, Amazon's annual Prime Day has become a fact of American life — a quasi-holiday that retailers of all types pile into. Protestors in New York raising awareness of Amazon facilitating ICE surveillance efforts coinciding with Amazon Prime Day 2019. How Prime Day is goingLast year, Amazon drove more than $7 billion in sales through its Prime Day sales, according to Insider Intelligence. The number of Amazon Prime account holders has ballooned too, with nearly 175 million people using Amazon Prime in the US today — around two-thirds of the country's population — according to a report by Insider Intelligence.
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Rafael Henrique/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty ImagesA California legislator is trying to strike back at Live Nation Entertainment's grip on the live events space. It was actually the ticket-buying experience for a minor-league hockey game that could lead to a large legislative setback for Live Nation Entertainment. The extent of Live Nation Entertainment's graspIn June, the American Economic Liberties Project released a report detailing the extent of the stranglehold Live Nation Entertainment has on the live events industry. Brown explained to Insider that Live Nation Entertainment has been able to become so powerful in the industry as it's vertically integrated very effectively. Live Nation Entertainment is under federal pressureThe federal government is also cracking down on Ticketmaster's reign in the entertainment industry.
Persons: Rafael Henrique, California Sen, Scott Wilk, Sen, wasn't Taylor, Wilk, Pat Garafolo, Krista Brown, Brown, Joe Biden, Samuel Corum, Amy Klobuchar, Richard Blumenthal, Klobuchar, It's, Blumenthal Organizations: Getty, California State Senate, Service, Nation Entertainment, Ticketmaster, California Senate, American Economic Liberties, Entertainment, Department of Justice, DOJ, Federal Trade Commission, Live, New York Times, Live Nation Entertainment Locations: California, Wall, Silicon, United States, AFP, Minnesota
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