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What it’s really like to live in Macao
  + stars: | 2024-04-25 | by ( Lilit Marcus | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +9 min
Macao, the Chinese special administrative region (SAR) often twinned with Hong Kong, is known as the Las Vegas of Asia. But travelers who are willing to dig in a little deeper can explore Macanese culture, which mixes Portuguese, Chinese and Southeast Asian heritages. Macao is comprised of two islands – the north one, Macao itself, and its southern neighbor Taipa. “In Asia, [people] think that Macao is full of casinos, and I think they do not understand the other parts of Macao,” says Lai. That means that they can live in Macao without a work visa and do not need a company sponsoring them.
Persons: CNN — “, , Vivian Lai, Taipa, Lai, ” Marina Fernandes, Michael Maslan, , it’s, Uber, Fernandes, Eduardo Leal, Ricardo Balocas, Balocas, Don’t Organizations: CNN, Las, Macanese Association, Bloomberg, Macao International Airport, Joseph’s University, Macao, Henley Locations: Macao, Hong Kong, Las Vegas, Asia, China, Taipa, , , Europe, Portuguese, Zhuhai, Macao’s, Singapore, Jakarta, Hanoi, Bangkok, Beijing, North America, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Bay Area, Portugal, Macao's, Lisbon, St, Philippines, ‘ Little Lisbon, it’s
Pictured here is the Zeekr 001 electric car at a services trade fair in Beijing on Aug. 31, 2023. China News Service | China News Service | Getty ImagesBEIJING — Chinese electric car brand Zeekr is selling more vehicles than Tesla in parts of China, and plans to expand in Europe and Latin America this year, Zeekr CEO Andy An told CNBC on Wednesday. For the first three weeks of April, Zeekr sold 500 more cars than Tesla in the province of Zhejiang, where Zeekr and its parent company Geely are based. Zeekr also slightly outsold Tesla in the province of Anhui, near Shanghai, and Guangxi, an autonomous region in southern China. The rapid rise of Chinese electric car companies, however, has also prompted the EU and U.S. to consider measures for protecting their own auto industries.
Persons: Andy, Elon, Tesla, Zeekr Organizations: China News Service, Getty, CNBC, EU Locations: Beijing, BEIJING, China, Europe, Latin America, Zhejiang, Anhui, Shanghai, Guangxi, Sweden, Netherlands, America, Hong Kong, Macao, Singapore
I'm a working mom who incorporates solo trips into my business travel. a working mom who incorporates solo trips into my business travel. My heart skipped a beat, and my not-so-new best friend, "mom guilt," walked through the door. AdvertisementBut while traveling with children is fun, I missed the spontaneity and the flexibility of solo travel. The sense of calmness was a feeling I rarely find as a working mom, and I loved it.
Persons: I'm, , we've, I've, Spriha Srivastava, Lean, he'll Organizations: Service, British Psychological Society, Pew Research, Metropolitan Museum of Art Locations: New York, Manhattan, China, Angkor Wat, Cambodia, Singapore
Higher costs had the biggest impact on Asian businesses in 2023, even as they continued to grapple with a global economic slowdown and rising borrowing costs, according to a survey by UOB. Of those polled, 32% said they were impacted by high inflation, another 32% said they faced increased operating costs, while 24% said rising labor costs hurt their business, UOB's 2024 Business Outlook Survey reported. Still, about four out of 10 companies said they felt "very positive" about the business environment in 2023, while 32% said they were "somewhat positive," the survey showed. Some 35% of the companies polled said the business environment in 2023 declined compared to the previous year. To combat future headwinds, 30% of the companies said reducing business costs will be their top priority in the next one to three years.
Organizations: UOB, Survey Locations: Southeast Asia, Greater China, China , Hong Kong, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia
Malaysia may add a casino to Forest City, a mega-development that has turned into a ghost town. AdvertisementMalaysia's Forest City mega-development started with big ambitions and big money. Now, Malaysia is in talks with several high-profile investors to add a casino to Forest City, people familiar with the matter told Bloomberg on Wednesday. AdvertisementThe southeast nation's Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim met with the heads of a Malaysian property development firm and a resort company at Forest City last week. Expensive, empty apartmentsA casino — which would only be the second in Malaysia — could help struggling Forest City.
Persons: , Anwar Ibrahim, Ibrahim Iskandar, King Ibrahim, Anwar, They're, Al Marjan Organizations: Service, City, Bloomberg, nation's, Forest City, Garden, Genting Group, Berjaya Corp, Business, United, United Arab Emirates, Las Vegas, downstate Locations: Malaysia, Forest City, Singapore, Malaysia's, Malaysian, Forest, Genting, Marielle, Johor, United Arab, Al, York City, York
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailIsrael's plan to invade Rafah is 'not surprising,' says former Singapore diplomatBilahari Kausikan, chairman at the National University of Singapore's Middle East Institute, says "the Americans have made it clear many times, several times, that there is a limit to their patience, but that limit keeps being pushed."
Persons: Bilahari Kausikan Organizations: National University of Singapore's Middle East Institute Locations: Rafah, Singapore
Gek Teng Pang founded Surrey Hills Grocer in 2021. Success didn't come easy for Pang Gek Teng. Today, she is the proud founder and CEO of Surrey Hills Grocer, an Australian-inspired grocer and café brand with five locations across Singapore. Navigating the entrepreneurial worldBetween quitting her job and starting Surrey Hills Grocer, Pang founded five different businesses. Pang opened her first Surrey Hills Grocer store in December 2021, and eventually went on to open four other locations.
Persons: Gek Teng Pang, Pang Gek Teng, Pang, That's, , Alvin Lau, she's Organizations: Surrey Hills Grocer, CNBC, Surrey Hills, University of Newcastle, CNBC she's Locations: Singapore, Australian, Australia, Surry Hills
Bernstein reiterates Tesla as underperform Bernstein said it still sees minimal positive catalysts ahead for Tesla following earnings on Tuesday. Bank of America upgrades Tesla to buy from neutral Bank of America said it sees a slew of "positive catalysts" ahead for Tesla shares following earnings on Tuesday. Citi downgrades Molson Coors to sell from neutral Citi said it's concerned about slowing growth. Citi upgrades SiriusXM to neutral from sell Citi said the risk/reward is now more balanced. Citi reiterates Amazon as buy Citi raised its price target on the stock to $235 per share from $215.
Persons: Piper Sandler, Piper, Bernstein, Tesla, underperform Bernstein, KBW, Wells, Citi downgrades Molson, it's, Oppenheimer, Domino's, it's bullish, DPZ, SIRI, Morgan Stanley, Morgan Stanley it's, GenAI, Guggenheim, Enphase, Jefferies Organizations: Tesla, Mizuho, Bank of America, of America, Packaging Corporation of America, Citi downgrades, Citi downgrades Molson Coors, Citi, TAP, Deutsche Bank, Deutsche, Computer, Micro, Sea Limited, fintech JV, Amazon, Disney, Atlanta Braves, Braves, Microsoft Locations: Singapore, BNPL
Read previewCity of Baltimore officials on Monday accused the owner and manager of the ship that crashed into the Francis Scott Key Bridge of allowing the vessel to set sail despite it being "clearly unseaworthy." "Reporting has indicated that, even before leaving port, alarms showing an inconsistent power supply on the Dali had sounded," the court petition reads. Authorities found that the 984-foot ship lost power as it navigated toward the bridge, causing it to lose propulsion. The crew on board broadcast a mayday call just before impact, allowing traffic police to seal access to the bridge. AdvertisementMeanwhile, President Joe Biden has said that the federal government will fund the reconstruction of the Key Bridge, and has agreed to disburse some $60 million in aid to the region.
Persons: , Francis Scott Key, Dali, Grace Ocean, Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott, Joe Biden Organizations: Service, Synergy Marine, Business, Baltimore Mayor, Grace, Synergy, Port, Authorities, National Transportation Safety Board, FBI, Washington Post Locations: Baltimore, Maryland, Singapore, Port of Baltimore, Sri Lanka, Patapsco
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailThe Gaza war has 'definitely dented America's image,' former diplomat saysKishore Mahbubani, distinguished fellow at the National University of Singapore's Asia Research Institute, discusses the war in Gaza and says there's "a gap between global public opinion and American public opinion."
Persons: Kishore Mahbubani Organizations: National University of Singapore's Asia Research Institute Locations: Gaza
These caregivers can help children connect with the family's native tongue. "I definitely recommend it to families to help their children with their linguistic tools and global appreciation." Advertisement"We intentionally picked a Filipino caregiver who spoke Tagalog for live-in help because of how nurturing and outgoing the community is," Bhalla Mistry told BI. "Children who grow up multilingual often develop better communication skills and can switch between languages more easily," Bhalla Mistry said. Multilingual nannies can help children connect with their native tonguesMaria Olsson-Tysor of Orange County, California, hails from Sweden and only speaks Swedish to her children, while her husband speaks to them in English.
Persons: , Candi Vajana, Vajana, nannies, multilingualism, Jayna Patel, Patel, Natasha Bhalla Mistry, Bhalla Mistry, Bhalla, Maria Olsson, " Olsson, Tysor, Olsson Organizations: Service, Business, Montessori Locations: Miami, Singapore, London, COVID, Switzerland, Orange County , California, Sweden
Not only would that deal another huge blow to China’s tech ambitions, it would further deepen the divide between two digital worlds centered around the rival economic superpowers. Congress on Tuesday approved legislation that could compel ByteDance to sell TikTok or face a national ban. That leaves few options for ByteDance to secure the future of TikTok in the US, its biggest market with 170 million users. “This includes everything from who owns and operates data centers, to space-based internet satellites, to undersea cables and, of course semiconductors.”In that sense, the TikTok ban has its silver lining for Beijing. Growing challenges for Chinese appsThe TikTok legislation was included in a wide-ranging foreign aid package meant to support Israel, Ukraine and Taiwan.
Persons: Hong Kong CNN —, ByteDance, Joe Biden, TikTok, , , Alex Capri, Richard Windsor, Capri, Biden, Paul Triolo, ” Triolo, Wang Wenbin, CNN’s Marc Stewart, Triolo doesn’t, — CNN’s Wayne Chang, Marc Stewart Organizations: Hong Kong CNN, Foundation, National University of Singapore’s Business, YouTube, Google, Radio Free Mobile, TikTok, Technology, Albright, Commerce Department, Commerce, China’s, Foreign Ministry, Facebook, Apple Locations: China, Hong Kong, America, Beijing, Capri, , Asia, Israel, Ukraine, Taiwan, Silicon Valley, American, Bytedance, “ Beijing
Read previewAn already delayed British Airways plane that took off from Singapore landed back at the same airport five hours later after a technical fault forced it to turn back. British Airways Flight 12 circled Singapore for around four hours before landing back where it started. Advertisement"Planes are designed to land below certain weights," Business Insider previously reported. Advertisement"We currently do not have a revised departure time for your flight," British Airways said in an email to passengers at about 9:15 a.m. local time. However, that flight had to be canceled, as British Airways did not have any other aircraft available.
Persons: Organizations: Service, British Airways, London Heathrow, Business, Airbus, Flightradar24 Aircraft, Passengers, Singapore Changi Airport, Heathrow Locations: British, Singapore, Singapore Changi, London, Malaysia, Heathrow, Los Angeles
The City of Baltimore has said that the owner and manager of the cargo ship that brought down the Francis Scott Key Bridge last month are directly responsible for the accident and should not be allowed to avoid legal liability, according to court documents filed on Monday. The 985-foot-long ship hit the bridge in the early hours of March 26 after leaving the Port of Baltimore and losing power to its engine and navigation equipment. The bridge collapsed moments later, killing six construction workers, forcing the port to close and disrupting the shipping industry up and down the East Coast. In the meantime, the ship’s owner and operator, both based in Singapore, have asked a federal judge in Maryland to exonerate them from liability for any related losses or damages. In early April, lawyers for the ship’s owner, Grace Ocean, and its manager, Synergy Marine, said in a court filing that the accident had not resulted from “any fault, neglect or want of care” on the companies’ part.
Persons: Francis Scott Key, Grace Ocean Organizations: Port, Synergy Locations: Baltimore, Port of Baltimore, East Coast, Singapore, Maryland
Drn/Getty Images Suu Kyi, front center, is seen with her parents and her two elder brothers in 1947. Kyodo News Stills/Getty Images Suu Kyi poses with Burmese comedian Par Par Lay, who was part of the pro-democracy act "The Moustache Brothers." Soe Than Win/AFP/Getty Images Suu Kyi meets US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton at Suu Kyi's residence in Yangon in 2011. Peter Muhly/AFP/Getty Images Suu Kyi is presented with the Congressional Gold Medal while visiting the US Capitol in 2012. U Aung/Xinhua News Agency/Getty Images Suu Kyi addresses the United Nations General Assembly in New York in 2016.
Persons: Aung, Suu, , Kim Aris, Suu Kyi, she’s, ” Aris, CNN’s Anna Coren, , Michael Aris, ” “, Zaw Min Tun, Min Aung Hlaing, Aris, they’ve, Ma Khin Kyi, Par, Karl Malakunas, David Brunnstrom, Jonathan Karp, Price, Luis D'Orey, David Van Der Veen, Jonathan Utz, Michael Wolf, Pornchai Kittiwongsakul, Soe, Hillary Clinton, Paula Bronstein, Minzayar Oo, Kyi, Bono, Peter Muhly, Alex Wong, Barack Obama, Obama, Brendan Smialowski, Chris Ison, Ragnar Singsaas, Romeo Gacad, Lauren DeCicca, Lam Yik Fei, Htin Kyaw, Aung Naing, Min Aung, Aung Htet, Kyaw, Jewel SamadD, John Kerry, Jonathan Ernst, Reuters Suu Kyi, Heath Mitchell, Pope Francis, Elizabeth II, John Stillwell, Mike Pence, Bernat, Myanmar's, Koen Van Weel, ’ Aris, I’d, Suu Kyi’s NLD Organizations: CNN, Aung, National League for Democracy, Aris, Reuters, Burma Independence Army, Kyodo, Stills, Oxford University, Getty, Embassy, Suu Kyi, Panos, Congressional, Capitol, Suu, Xinhua News Agency, United Nations General Assembly, National Park Service, Palace, ASEAN, Court of Justice, Association for Political, United Nations Locations: Myanmar, Britain, Rangoon, Yangon, Myanmar’s, Zaw, heatstroke, Naypyidaw, India, Par Par Lay, England, AFP, Bangkok, Thailand, Bagan, Pathein, Camberley, Oslo, Norway, Kawhmu, New York, Washington ,, Washington, DC, Singapore, Gambia, , Burma, doesn’t
But its private sector has played a limited role in space exploration, acting mostly as suppliers and vendors for its national space agency, the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO). “Very few companies globally are able to make it to orbit yet.”Pawan Chandana, the co-founder of Skyroot Aerospace Skyroot Aerospace Pvt. As Indian space startups mature over the coming years, he expects the government to become a customer, enabling further growth. Many private space companies source income from governments, including Space X, which has raked in billions of dollars from US government contracts. In November 2022, Skyroot Aerospace launched India's first privately built rocket, Vikram-S. Skyroot Aerospace Pvt.
Persons: Vikram, ” Pawan Chandana, , Pawan Chandana, Narendra Modi, , Susmita Mohanty, Skyroot, Chandana, ridesharing, Kari Bingen, Modi, Mohanty Organizations: CNN, Indian Space Research Organization, ISRO, Elon, SpaceX, Skyroot Aerospace, Skyroot Aerospace Skyroot Aerospace, . Ltd, McKinsey & Company, Economic, , LEO —, Vikram Sarabhai, Aerospace Security, Center for Strategic, International Studies, Deloitte, India’s, NASA Locations: India, United States, Hyderabad, Thiruvananthapuram, Singapore
CNN —Lesbian Visibility Week, celebrated each year at the end of April, was first observed in California in 1990 and is marked around the world and in lesbian living rooms across America — including mine. Many laws have criminalized gay men but not women, leaving us in slightly safer territory. Gay men are also more likely to be victims of hate crimes and violence. Gay men might be criminalized, but gay women have long been targeted, sometimes in heinous ways that fly under the radar of the law, and which go unprosecuted. On this Lesbian Visibility Week, I am grateful both to be seen and to slip quietly under the radar, unnoticed.
Persons: Allison Hope’s, Allison Hope, James, , God, we’ve, We’ve, ” We’ve, I’ve, Jodie Foster, Lily Tomlin, Kate McKinnon, Lea DeLaria, Wanda Sykes, We’re, Organizations: New Yorker, The New York Times, Washington Post, CNN, Slate, Gay Locations: New, California, America
Egyptian diplomat discusses Gaza war, Israel-Iran war
  + stars: | 2024-04-22 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailExpansion of Israel-Iran conflict would be 'dangerous for all of us': Egypt ambassador to SingaporeAhmed Mostafa Abdelaal Mohamed, Egypt's ambassador to Singapore, discusses what the Israel-Iran conflict means for Egypt and the region's stability.
Persons: Singapore Ahmed Mostafa Abdelaal Mohamed Locations: Israel, Iran, Egypt, Singapore
Neom is hosting hundreds of prospective investors for on-the-ground tours, Bloomberg reports. Saudi Arabia's government has reportedly been worried about rising costs for the futuristic city. AdvertisementFor the first time, Saudi Arabia is inviting hundreds of private bankers this week to visit Neom, its futuristic — and cash-strapped — city in the desert, Bloomberg reported. Neom CEO Nadhmi Al-Nasr will now show visitors the construction work on "The Line," the planned city between two mirrored skyscrapers. The tours will mark the first time a large group of financiers will be able to see anything of the futuristic city with their own eyes, as opposed to virtual renderings.
Persons: Neom, , Nadhmi Al, Nasr, that's Organizations: Bloomberg, Service, AFP Locations: China, Saudi, Saudi Arabia, Neom, , Korea, Japan, Singapore, US, France, Germany
Taylor Swift shared a promotional video for her single "Fortnight" and it's full of references to her beau. Swift's video has been viewed almost 40 million times since it was first uploaded. A peck on the cheekScreengrab from Taylor Swift's #ForAFortnightChallenge YouTube Shorts video. Making cinnamon rollsIn this screengrab from Taylor Swift's #ForAFortnightChallenge YouTube Shorts video, the singer can be seen making cinnamon rolls. A Kansas City Chiefs pickleball paddleIn this screengrab from Taylor Swift's #ForAFortnightChallenge YouTube Shorts video, she can be seen holding a Kansas City Chiefs paddleboard.
Persons: Taylor Swift, Travis Kelce, Swift, peck, , she's, Kelce, Taylor, Kelce didn't, Bernie Kosar, Tobin, Leroy, Travis, Kosar, Swifties, Jason, Post Malone — Organizations: Poets Department, Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Service, YouTube, NFL, University of Kansas, KU, University of Cincinnati, Kansas City Chiefs, Chiefs, Target, Amazon Locations: The, Singapore
China's consumers and its central bank are snapping up gold, even as a falling yuan makes the metal pricier. AdvertisementChina's central bank has also been buying up gold, in much larger quantities than Gen Z's few grams of beans. Related storiesIn 2023, China's central bank bought 225 tons of gold, per the World Gold Council. The two economies have been jostled in the top spots for years, but China's buying spree last year put India behind. Advertisement"The amount of central bank buying is not justifying gold prices at current levels," she wrote.
Persons: , It's, Georgette Boele Organizations: Service, Bloomberg, People's Bank of China, Gold, World Gold Council, ABN AMRO Locations: China, China's, India, Poland, Singapore, Germany
These are the ten smartest cities in the world, according to IMD. This year's index was produced by the IMD World Competitiveness Center's Smart City Observatory in collaboration with the World Smart Sustainable Cities Organization (WeGO) that's based in Seoul, South Korea. Smart cities in Europe and Asia are gaining ground globally while North American cities have fallen down the ranks, according to the 2024 Smart City Index released April. Here are the top 10 smart cities, according to the 2024 Smart City Index. While European cities dominated the list, Asian cities are gaining ground too.
Persons: Bruno Lanvin, Lanvin Organizations: IMD, Smart, Smart Sustainable Cities Organization, United Arab Emirates, Washington DC, San, U.S, Boston, CNBC Locations: Seoul, South Korea, Europe, Smart, Asia, Zurich, Switzerland Oslo, Norway Canberra, Australia Geneva, Switzerland Singapore Copenhagen, Denmark Lausanne, Switzerland London, England Helsinki, Finland Abu Dhabi, Denver, Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York City, Chicago, Singapore, Beijing, Taipei City, Shanghai
The presence of the US Army’s Mid-Range Capability (MRC) ground-based missile system, increases the risks of “misjudgment and miscalculation” in a region already on edge over Chinese-Philippines face-offs in the South China Sea, Beijing says. It’s the first-ever deployment of the MRC missile system, also known as the Typhon system, to the Indo-Pacific theater, and it comes amid a series of US-Philippine military exercises, including the largest-ever edition of the bilateral Balikatan exercises beginning Monday. It also can fire the Tomahawk Land Attack Missile, a maneuverable cruise missile with a range of 1,600 kilometers (1,000 miles), according to the CSIS. Those are the same rules Washington and Manila accuse Beijing of ignoring with aggressive Chinese actions that have injured Filipino sailors and damaged vessels around disputed features in the South China Sea. US Army PacificChina’s missile advantageAnalysts say the deployment of the Typhon missile battery is the first signal of US plans to address what has long been an advantage for Beijing in the region.
Persons: Lin Jian, ” Lin, Stephen Koehler, , equalizes, , Collin Koh, Christopher Milhal, Koh, Rupert Schulenberg, Donald Trump “, Thomas, CNN’s Steven Jiang Organizations: South Korea CNN, US, MRC, US Army, Missile Defense, Center for Strategic, International Studies, Foreign, US Pacific Fleet, Sunday, Xinhua, CNN, US Air Force, US Army Pacific, Beijing, Rajaratnam, of International Studies, People’s Liberation Army Rocket Force, , don’t, International Institute for Strategic Studies, South, Lewis, McChord, Nuclear Forces Treaty, Russian, Philippine News Agency, CNN Philippine Locations: Seoul, South Korea, China, United States, Philippines, South China Sea, Beijing, Philippine, South China, Taiwan Strait, Qingdao, Washington, Manila, Asia, Pacific, Japan, Taiwan, Guam, Singapore, South, Soviet Union, Palawan, Sulu, Spratly
"While there is no official threshold, centimillionaires or individuals with a total net worth of over $100 million, is a good benchmark as entry into the 0.001% club," said Kevin Teng, CEO of WRISE Wealth Management Singapore, a wealth enterprise for ultra-high net worth individuals. Family offices as investment vehiclesIndividuals of such wealth generally have their money managed by single family offices, which handle everything including their inheritance, household bills, credit cards, immediate family expenses, etc., said Andrew Amoils, an analyst at global wealth intelligence firm New World Wealth. "These family offices often have foundation arms for charities and venture capital arms that invest in high growth startups," said Amoils. The number of family offices in the world has tripled since 2019, topping 4,500 worldwide last year with an estimated $6 trillion in assets under management combined. Ultra high net worth individuals also explore potentially buying stakes in professional sports teams, said Dandrew's Buscemi.
Persons: Yana Iskayeva, Kevin Teng, Salvatore Buscemi, Teng, Buscemi, Michael Sonnenfeldt, , Andrew Amoils, Dandrew's Buscemi, Jerry Jones, Jayne Kamin Organizations: WRISE Wealth Management Singapore, Bay Area, NFL, Dandrew, CNBC, Dandrew Partners, Tiger, Dallas Cowboys, Getty Locations: centimillionaires, New York City, Bay, Los Angeles, London, Beijing, WRISE, United States, Oxnard , California
Morgan Stanley reiterates Apple as overweight Morgan Stanley lowered its price target on the stock to $210 per share from $220 but says it's sticking with Apple. Bank of America reiterates Amazon as buy Bank of America said it's bullish heading into Amazon earnings next week. Bank of America reiterates Tesla as neutral Bank of America said it's sticking with its neutral rating on Tesla shares. Morgan Stanley upgrades Alcoa to equal weight from underweight Morgan Stanley said it sees a more balanced risk/reward for shares of Alcoa. Bank of America reiterates Apple as buy Bank of America says Apple is a top pick at the firm.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, Goldman, Morgan Stanley, it's, Piper Sandler, Piper, Apple, Q, Q revs, Papa, Stifel, Papa John's, Jefferies, Mizuho, JPMorgan, Raymond James downgrades, Raymond James, TD Cowen, BRBR, BMO downgrades, Tesla, Oppenheimer Organizations: Nvidia, NVIDIA, RBC, Apple, Microsoft, Meta, Bank of America, JPMorgan, Cisco, Deutsche Bank, Realty Trust, Deutsche, Brands, BMO, of America, Alcoa, Kymera Therapeutics, " Bank of America Locations: Singapore, Asia, Brazil
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