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The S & P 500 has made an all-time high on nearly thirty days this year, four of them this past week. The main S & P is up more than 3% in the second quarter while its median stock is off 5% quarter to date. .SPX mountain 2024-03-29 S & P 500 quarter to date The S & P 500 has added $5.5 trillion in market capitalization in 2024, with roughly half kicked in by the Big Three. Wall Street strategists as a group project no upside for the S & P 500 in the second half , their average and median targets both below Friday's closing level. The weekly American Association of Individual Investors survey shows the spread between bulls and bears narrowing lately even with the S & P grinding higher.
Persons: we've, FANG, That's, It's, Jerome Powell's, Chris Verrone, I've Organizations: Microsoft, Apple, Nvidia, Investment, Treasury, Federal Reserve, Citi U.S, CPI, Fed, American Association of
AdvertisementGoogle notes that "Generative AI is experimental" in AI Overviews. Google is far from the only company figuring out the risks of generative AI products. Microsoft also said on Thursday that it would hold off on launching an AI tool intended to be available when its CoPilot PCs ship after privacy concerns arose. The alternative is to be more gradual about releasing features and not place them at the center if they're not fully ready, he said. But while generative AI isn't fully bulletproof at the moment, it's important to balance timing with innovation and accuracy, Yamin said.
Persons: , Liz Reid, Reid, they're, Gaingels Lorenzo Thione, Thione, Tim Cook, Copyleaks Alon Yamin, Yamin Organizations: Service, Big Tech, Google, Business, CNBC, Apple Intelligence, Microsoft
AdvertisementFlood of supportIt was obviously disappointing and really shocking — I'd been excited about the Coinbase job. AdvertisementAlthough I had another offer on the table, I accepted the Amazon job. It felt like a safer choice because it was a Big Tech company — and I already knew the team. I was interested in entrepreneurship after having experienced big tech and trying out these jobs inspired me to start building my own venture. My immediate reaction for several months was disillusion with the with Big Tech, but now I feel positive about my experiences.
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Apple's new AI is made in Google data centers
  + stars: | 2024-06-14 | by ( Hugh Langley | )   time to read: +5 min
But Apple and Google had for months been working together behind the scenes, with Google giving Apple access to its data centers to train the iPhone maker's new AI models. For years, Apple has leaned on Google and Amazon's cloud services to store data for its products. For example, when Apple device users do iCloud backups they are often stored in Google's data centers. Most of the impressive features of AI models must be at least partly handled in massive energy-sucking data centers, which companies such as Microsoft, Google and Amazon have spent years building. Bloomberg previously reported that Google and Apple were also in talks to bring Google's Gemini AI to iOS devices.
Persons: , OpenAI, Googlers, It's, Craig Federighi Organizations: Service, Apple, Google, Business, Apple Intelligence, Nvidia, Microsoft, Oracle, Bloomberg
Tech giant Apple has made headlines this week following its artificial intelligence announcements — but one market watcher is unimpressed. "I do not like Apple," Paul Meeks, co-chief investment officer at Harvest Portfolio Management told CNBC's "Street Signs Asia" on Tuesday — while acknowledging that many people disagree with him. Apple's shares reacted positively to the announcement, surging 7% to close at a record high on Tuesday. Shares in the tech giant are up over 10% year-to-date and 16% in the past 12 months. AAPL YTD mountain Year-to-date shares in Apple Meeks, however, maintains his bearish stance on Apple.
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Piper Sandler reiterates Pinterest as a top pick Piper said it's sticking with its overweight rating on the stock. JPMorgan reiterates Amazon as overweight JPMorgan said the e-commerce giant remains a top pick at the firm. The firm also says it's sticking with its outperform rating on Apple. "We are reiterating our Buy rating and raising our price target on shares of Costco from $890 to $940." Morgan Stanley reiterates Tesla as overweight Morgan Stanley said it's sticking with its overweight rating on Tesla .
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download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Read previewThe public markets have been kind to Dan Sundheim this year. The most even-keeled of the big-name Tiger Cubs has been Viking Global, which will lose its chief investment officer, Ning Jin, at the end of August. Many of these firms struggled in 2022 when public and private tech companies slumped thanks to a global rise in interest rates. AdvertisementRepresentatives for Tiger Global, Coatue, and Viking Global either declined to comment or did not respond to requests for comment.
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CleverCards, a Dublin-based firm, uses a digital platform linked to configurable expense cards to give companies control over how their employees use their corporate payment cards. CleverCards CEO Kealan Lennon says his platform aims to tackle exactly that. Lennon said that CleverCards' funding round stood out in what has been a brutal market for dealmaking and fundraising in fintech. CleverCards will use the fresh funds to expand its business, scale its products and explore broader opportunities, it said. In addition to the fundraise, CleverCards appointed five new non-executive directors to its board with experience in payments technology.
Persons: Robert Half, Kealan Lennon, Lennon, CleverCards, CleverCard, It's, we've, Patrick Waldron, Donal Daly, Marc Frappier, Garry Lyons, Viktoria Otero del Val Organizations: CNBC, eBay, Accenture, Microsoft, Apple, Stripes Locations: Dublin, France, Adyen, Betfair, fintech
Even without any interest rate cuts so far in 2024 — and with the likelihood of just one meager rate reduction by the end of the year — the stock market has been purring along. That’s quite an achievement, given the expectation in January that the Fed would trim rates six or seven times in 2024 — and that interest rates throughout the economy would be much lower by now. Buoyant as the stock market may seem, when you look closely, it’s apparent that the S&P 500’s recent returns rest on a precarious base. fever — based on the belief that artificial intelligence is ushering in a new technological age — has been spreading among investors, and that has been enough so far to keep the overall stock market averages rising. In fact, strip away the biggest companies, especially the tech companies, and overall market performance is unimpressive.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailReal estate market seeing a 'wall of distress' coming as loans matureRan Eliasaf, Northwind Group founder, joins CNBC's 'The Exchange' to discuss how private equity fills lending gaps in real estate, tech companies' migration trends, and market outlooks.
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Silicon Valley prides itself on disruption: Start-ups develop new technologies, upend existing markets and overtake incumbents. OpenAI, founded as a nonprofit and counterweight to Google’s dominance, has raised $13 billion from Microsoft. Anthropic, a start-up founded by OpenAI engineers who grew wary of Microsoft’s influence, has raised $4 billion from Amazon and $2 billion from Google. Last week, the news broke that the Federal Trade Commission was investigating Microsoft’s dealings with Inflection AI, a start-up founded by DeepMind engineers who used to work for Google. start-ups and Big Tech give the start-ups the enormous sums of cash and hard-to-source chips they want.
Persons: OpenAI, DeepMind, Organizations: Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Federal Trade Commission, A.I, Big Tech
The spotlight has seemingly shifted in the past year toward companies going to market, hoping to ride on the coattails of India's growth story. Growing foreign listingsThe allure of India's stock markets has trickled to companies beyond its shores — with foreign entities eyeing a share of its growth. Such listings add strength to India's markets, says M&G Investment's Asian Equities Portfolio Manager Vikas Pershad. The optimism on India's IPO boom is sometimes marred by concerns over elevated valuations of its stock market — and whether it is headed toward a bubble. "When we look at India, we see continued economic and earnings per share growth and higher levels of profitability," Dorson from Global X told CNBC's Inside India.
Persons: Swiggy, Debarchan Chatterjee, Neil Bahal, Dhruba Jyoti Sengupta, Ola, PhonePe, Ola Electric, Sengupta, Vikas Pershad, Malcolm Dorson, CNBC's Organizations: Getty, Reliance Industries, Adani Enterprises, Mankind Pharma, Negen, Securities, Exchange Board, Wrise Private, Aakash Educational Services, Aakash Educational, Walmart, United Arab, Hyundai, Insurance Corporation of India, Maruti Suzuki, Hindustan Unilever, Siemens, ABB India, Global Locations: Kolkata, India, SEBI, United Arab Emirates, Sri Lanka, Hyundai India, India's, Maruti Suzuki India, Hindustan
Microsoft is likely to be unhappy when it discovers that its arch rival Amazon is leaning hard on GitHub for AI training data. "Our LLMs are trained on data from a variety of sources, including licensed and proprietary data, open-source datasets, and publicly available data where appropriate. It also said Amazon employees should create a "classic personal token," not a "fine-grained personal token," when signing up. Tech companies, hungry for even more training data, are also granting themselves new permissions to use a lot more of consumers' information. Though Amazon's legal team has approved the GitHub data scraping workaround, the move could put Amazon in a tricky position.
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India has been dubbed the "perfect" emerging market to invest in, but it can be tricky for those outside the country to gain access. India's stock market has been making headlines this year, and for good reason. "India remains one of the best-performing equity markets this year, underpinned by the world's fastest-growing major economy and a resilient macro backdrop," said James Thom, senior investment director Asian equities at Abrdn, in a note to clients. Some of the top ETFs in North America include the Columbia India Consumer ETF , the First Trust India NIFTY 50 Equal Weight ETF and the BMO MSCI India ESG Leaders Index ETF . In Europe, the list includes the iShares MSCI India UCITS ETF , which provides exposure to around 85% of the stock market, and the Xtrackers MSCI India Swap UCITS ETF Capitalisation 1C .
Persons: Krishnamurthy Subramanian, Narendra Modi's, Kevin T, Carter, Goldman Sachs, James Thom, aren't, GDRs, Arjun Jayaraman, there's, Jayaraman, Abrdn's Thom, Surendra Goyal, Thom, EMQQ Global's Carter, Modi's, it's, Jonathan Pines, — CNBC's Ganesh Rao, Tuul, Bruno Morandi Organizations: CNBC Pro, IMF, Bharatiya Janata Party, EMQQ, CNBC, Wealthmills Securities, Global, Causeway, Mutual, Columbia India Consumer ETF, First Trust India, BMO, India, Nasdaq, Investors, Nokia, Bank of America, Citi, Edge, Reliance Industries, U.S ., Bank of India, Network18, Bank, Getty Locations: India, China, North America, Europe, Singapore, U.S, Indian, Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus, Mumbai
Cloud computing is gaining tractionCloud computing offers on-demand services, from storage to software, over the internet. And the fashion industry has gradually been waking up to the potential of cloud computing. In her report, "Fashion Transformation 4.0: Beyond Digitalization & Marketing in Fashion Industry," she said that the fashion industry must embrace new technologies in order to survive. "Fashion is a terribly old-fashioned industry," Alies ter Kuile, the cofounder of Fashion Cloud, said. With cloud computing, retailers can avoid overbuying stock — a key driver of fashion's textile-waste problem.
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But below the surface, the mini marine sanctuary is also a test bed for underwater technology that may take researchers to literal new depths. In the ocean, Underwater IoT could look like floating sensors, swarms of crewless vehicles, or a tetherless, wireless robot. Interest in ocean IoT is increasing because of its potential scientific, military, commercial, and conservation applications. AdvertisementWaleed Akbar, a research assistant at the MIT Media Lab, said that while developing underwater IoT is challenging, it's necessary. There's also the issue of energy consumption: Generally, preliminary underwater IoT devices have used batteries with limited capacity.
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Read previewAt a recent exhibition in Hong Kong, Saudi Arabia showcased its futuristic vision for its planned Neom megacity. It was part of Saudi Arabia's drive to secure billions in new investment for the project, which is the centerpiece of Saudi ruler Mohammed bin Salman's Vision 2030 strategy. China sees Saudi Arabia as not just a business opportunity but a way of undercutting the influence of its longtime Saudi ally, the US. AdvertisementIn April, Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund-subsidiary Alat signed a deal with Dahua Technology, one of China's most important surveillance technology firms. "The main risk today to Saudi Arabia's tech cooperation with China is the growing China-US tech war.
Persons: , Mohammed bin Salman's, Xi Jinping, Mohammed bin Salman Al Saud, Yue Yuewei, Leonard Chan, Robert Mogielnicki, Abdullah Al, Crown Prince Mohammed, Alat, GREG BAKER, Camille Lons, Neom that's, Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, Saudi Arabia's, Biden Organizations: Service, Business, Saudi, Saudi Crown Prince, Getty, Hong Kong Innovative Technology Development Association, Gulf States Institute, Crown, Public Investment Fund, Dahua Technology, US, European Council, Foreign Relations, Saudi Arabian Crown, New York Times Locations: Hong Kong, Saudi Arabia, Saudi, Riyadh, Xinhua, China, Washington, Neom, Riyadh Tower, Beijing, Israel
This week, the pope is due to make an historic intervention in the debate around AI at the G7 summit in southern Italy’s Puglia region. AI, the pope believes, can make the world a better place only if it serves the “common good” and does not increase inequalities. European Union lawmakers have already passed a law regulating AI, while a bipartisan group of US senators have set out plans for AI regulation that could lead to federal legislation. “AI and emerging technologies are on Pope Francis’ radar screen,” Larrey, now a professor of philsophy at Boston College, told CNN. It’s clear that Francis sees AI as part of what he called the “epochal change” taking place at the beginning of the 21st century.
Persons: Pope Francis, Francis, Joe Biden, , , Paolo Benanti, Benanti, ” Benanti, Vincenzo Paglia, Giorgia, Francis ’, Father Antonio Spadaro, Philip Larrey, Larrey, Pope Francis ’ Organizations: CNN, Catholic, Pontifical Academy for Life, Microsoft, IBM, Cisco Systems, United Nations, Food, Agriculture Organization, Union, Philosophy Department, Pontifical Lateran University, Boston College Locations: Italy’s Puglia, ” Italy, Puglia “, Puglia, Rome, Nevada
Morgan Stanley upgrades Ciena to overweight from equal weight Morgan Stanley sees "upside potential" for the networking company. Morgan Stanley downgrades Pure Storage to equal weight from overweight Morgan Stanley downgraded the stock mainly on valuation. Goldman Sachs downgrades Birkenstock to neutral from buy Goldman downgraded Birkenstock mainly on valuation. Wells Fargo initiates Skechers at overweight Wells said it's bullish on shares of the footwear company. Morgan Stanley reiterates Tesla as overweight Morgan Stanley said it's possible that Tesla could make a phone.
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CNBC Daily Open: Apple shares pop, Musk drops OpenAI lawsuit
  + stars: | 2024-06-12 | by ( Abid Ali | )   time to read: +4 min
CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. Musk drops OpenAI suit Elon Musk dropped his lawsuit against OpenAI, CEO Sam Altman and President Greg Brockman, which alleged breach of contract and fiduciary duty. Apple pops Apple 's shares rose to a record high a day after it announced its push into artificial intelligence. Get the CNBC Daily Open report in your inbox every morning and keep up to date with the markets wherever you are. For more, CNBC's Jeff Cox explains there could be a huge impact from the consumer price index and the Fed meeting.
Persons: Paul Jacobson, Elon Musk, Sam Altman, Greg Brockman, Siri, OpenAI, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, David Malpass, Dennis Lockhart, Jeff Cox, — CNBC's Lim Hui Jie, Lisa Kailai Han, Alex Harring, Spencer Kimball, Hayden Field, Samantha Subin, Ashley Capoot, Michael Wayland Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, CNBC, General Motors, GM, OpenAI, Microsoft, Apple, Apple Intelligence, Federal Reserve, Brent, Bank, Biden, Strategic Petroleum Reserve, Atlanta Fed Locations: New York City, U.S, San Francisco
CNBC Daily Open: Fed watch, Apple pops
  + stars: | 2024-06-12 | by ( Abid Ali | )   time to read: +3 min
This report is from today's CNBC Daily Open, our international markets newsletter. CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. Siri will get an upgrade with Apple Intelligence and the company will partner with OpenAI, giving users access to ChatGPT. The company's shares rose 1.3% after the automaker announced plans to buy back $6 billion of stock. While many analysts expect Apple's new AI offering to push consumers to buy new iPhones, not all analysts are convinced.
Persons: Siri, OpenAI, Morgan Stanley, Elon Musk, Sam Altman, Greg Brockman, Paul Jacobson Organizations: CNBC, Nasdaq, Nvidia, Apple, Dow Jones, Treasury, OPEC, Apple Intelligence, OpenAI, GM, Motors Locations: San Francisco
The new OS18 also brings a calculator app to the iPad — a feature the device never had. The app looks a lot like the iconic orange and white calculator users have long seen on the iPhone. Math Notes will automatically be accessible in the preexisting Notes app. New calculator feature revealed at Apple WWDC 2024. Apple's calculator seems less impressive than OpenAI's GPT-4o, which can look at a math problem and verbally talk the user through the solution step-by-step.
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Healthcare AI companies raised $2.8 billion in the first quarter of this year, according to the SVB report titled "The AI-powered Healthcare Experience." SVB projects funding to AI healthcare companies to total $11.1 billion in 2024. While healthcare AI startups might have it better, they're not out of the woods. Healthcare startups using AI for administrative tasks have grabbed $6.6 billion since 2021 and made up 42% of healthcare AI deals in the first quarter of this year, according to SVB. AdvertisementIn some cases, Big Tech companies are pushing healthcare startups forward.
Persons: , Raysa Bousleiman, they're, Siva Namasivayam, Galym, Bousleiman, Shiv Rao Abridge, Lynne Chou O'Keefe, Lightspeed's Imanbayev Organizations: Service, Silicon Valley Bank, Business, Big Tech, Abridge, Health, Lightspeed Venture Partners, Google, Fathom, Nvidia, Ventures, Technologies Locations: Cohere, Abridge, SVB .
This disastrous mindset has hollowed out Silicon Valley's ability to innovate and caused regular people to grow increasingly frustrated with everyday tech. The large platforms have generally ignored this feedback for one big reason: The tech industry has been taken over by career managers. Now Google Search is more profitable and worse, elevating spammy content and outright scams, a problem exacerbated by artificial intelligence. AdvertisementBut today's tech products feel built to sell a dream of the future rather than solve a customer's existing pains. As long as the tech industry is controlled by people who don't build things, it will continue to build products that help raise growth metrics rather than help consumers with tangible problems.
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Pa Images | Getty ImagesLONDON — British technology executives and entrepreneurs want the next government to focus on promoting skills around the development and use of artificial intelligence and growth-oriented fiscal measures. Upskilling in an AI ageOne thing U.K. tech executives are pushing for is fostering innovation in artificial intelligence and cultivating citizens' grasp on AI-centric skills — across multiple generations. Last month, dozens of business executives, entrepreneurs, and investors signed an open letter stating their support for Labour in the upcoming election. Leon Neal | Getty Images News | Getty ImagesSignatories included several influential names in the world of U.K. tech: Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales, Founders Forum co-founder Jonathan Goodwin, and Atom Bank CEO Mark Mullen. Tech bosses CNBC spoke with found themselves unable to point to specific policies and plans from either of the main political parties.
Persons: Rishi Sunak, Sir Keir Starmer, Keir Starmer, Zahra, Salesforce, Einstein, Astro, Matthew Houlihan, Rachel Reeves, Angela Rayner, Leon Neal, Jimmy Wales, Jonathan Goodwin, Mark Mullen, Sunak, Liz Truss, Jeremy Hunt, Danny Lawson, Rishi Khosla, Khosla Organizations: Conservatives, Labour Party, LONDON, it's, Labour, CNBC, Innovation, Cisco, coy, Centre, Getty, Founders Forum, Atom Bank, BAE Systems, Tech Locations: Downing, Salesforce's, Europe, Purfleet, United Kingdom, Ukraine, British, Barrow, Furness, England
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