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The latter fact is on display in our list of top-five performing portfolio stocks since the April 24 close through Wednesday's close, the eve of our May meeting. The chipmaker jumped 44.1% since April's Monthly Meeting. 4, Eli Lilly stock jumped 10.8% since our April 24 meeting. A slew of promising AI announcements helped fuel the stock's strong performance since the April meeting. More broadly, Broadcom has been one of the portfolio's biggest beneficiaries of the AI trade.
Persons: Dow, Jim Cramer, we're, Jim, Costco, Eli Lilly's, Eli Lilly, Jim Cramer's, Spencer Platt Organizations: Nasdaq, Dow Jones Industrial, Nvidia, Apple, China Academy of Information, Communications Technology, iPhone, Bank of America, Costco, Costco Wholesale, Walmart, Club, Broadcom, CNBC, Traders, New York Stock Exchange, Getty Locations: Wednesday's, China, U.S, Google's, New York City
An Abercrombie & Fitch signage is seen on a store on Fifth Avenue on August 25, 2022 in New York City. Abercrombie & Fitch reported its strongest first quarter in its history on Wednesday, continuing a winning streak that again exceeded expectations. "Growth was broad-based across regions and brands with Abercrombie brands registering 31% growth and Hollister brands delivering growth of 12%." As it stares down a tough year of comparisons, the company is building on the double-digit sales growth it saw in 2023. For the current quarter, Abercrombie anticipates sales will increase by a mid-teens percentage, ahead of estimates of up 9%, according to LSEG.
Persons: Fran Horowitz, Abercrombie, LSEG, Horowitz Organizations: Abercrombie, Fitch, LSEG Locations: New York City, U.S
6:27 a.m.: UBS hikes First Solar price target, sees 25% upside There's a rosy outlook ahead for First Solar , according to UBS. Analyst Jon Windham cited a more supportive pricing environment as one reason for the price target change. The investment bank upgraded the airline to buy from hold, lifting its price target to $65 from $54. — Lisa Kailai Han 5:41 a.m.: Bank of America reiterates Apple as a top pick Apple shares could get a boost as consumers upgrade to AI-enabled phones, according to Bank of America. Analyst Wamsi Mohan reiterated his view that Apple is a top pick, maintaining his buy rating and price target of $230.
Persons: Jon Windham, Windham, Lisa Kailai Han, Scott Gruber, Gruber, LBRT, — Lisa Kailai Han, Morgan Stanley, SLB, Daniel Kutz, Kutz, Jefferies, Sheila Kahyaoglu, Kahyaoglu, Wamsi Mohan, Mohan, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, United Airlines, Apple, United, Jefferies, Bank of America, UBS, Citi, Liberty Energy, of Liberty Energy, Nvidia Locations: Tuesday's, OFS, United
CNBC's Jim Cramer said Wednesday he's expecting a strong quarter next week from cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike despite some weakness in other corners of the enterprise software market. Investor sentiment around software has become downbeat, but CrowdStrike is "one company that seems to be immune" to the negativity, Cramer said. In recent days, two Wall Street analysts issued upbeat notes on CrowdStrike. Earnings reports last week from Workday and Intuit added to the questions about the demand environment for enterprise software. Alongside its fiscal 2025 first quarter earnings report last week, Workday cut its full-year forecast for subscription revenue.
Persons: CNBC's Jim Cramer, he's, Cramer, Jim, Morgan Stanley, CrowdStrike Organizations: Investor, Intuit, Wednesday, JPMorgan, Palo Alto Networks Locations: Palo, billings
Investors looking for new ways to capitalize on artificial intelligence should look at Fluence Energy , according to UBS. "FLNC is an under-appreciated beneficiary of increasing AI data center driven electricity demand as a leading supplier of utility-scale battery systems," analyst Jon Windham said. The firm reiterated its buy rating on the energy storage stock alongside a $32 per share price target. Fluence Energy is the second-biggest battery supplier at the utility level in the U.S. behind Tesla, UBS noted. "The more data centers consume electricity, the larger the arbitrage opportunity becomes, driving more demand for energy storage systems," the analyst said.
Persons: Jon Windham, Tesla, Windham Organizations: Fluence Energy, UBS, Energy, Nvidia, Data Locations: U.S
Legendary investor John Hussman says the latest stock rally is rooted in the extreme fear of missing out. FOMO factors have surged in markets, and stock prices could fall 50%-70% this cycle. Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. The legendary bear, famed for predicting the 2000 and 2008 crashes, reiterated that equities could drop as much as 70% this cycle. "Even the more conventional (but less reliable) S&P 500 price/forward operating earnings multiple is at levels that have no rivals except surrounding the 2000 and 2022 peaks," Hussman said.
Persons: John Hussman, , Hussman, Dow Organizations: Service, Hussman Investment Trust
Dick's Sporting Goods — The sporting goods retailer popped 7.7% after reporting an earnings and revenue beat for its fiscal first quarter. It now expects earnings per share to be between $13.35 and $13.75, up from its prior range of $12.85 to $13.25. Robinhood — The stock broker shares jump 1.6% in premarket after the trading startup announced its first-ever share buyback plan. Chewy posted earnings per share of 15 cents, topping a FactSet estimate of just 4 cents per share. Cava — The stock fell 5% in premarket even though the restaurant chain posted earnings and revenue for the first quarter that topped expectations.
Persons: Dick's, Robinhood, Chewy, Cava, LSEG, CNBC's David Faber, Merck, , Jesse Pound, Michelle Fox, Lisa Han, Sarah Min, Brian Evans, Hakyung Kim Organizations: ConocoPhillips —, Marathon Oil, Goods, LSEG . American Airlines —, United Airlines —, Jefferies, United Airlines, Google, HubSpot, Merck Locations: American, premarket
Several stocks are well-positioned to benefit from any power supply bottlenecks resulting from rapid growth in data centers, according to 11 analysts at TD Cowen who compiled a 169-page report. As a result, they're building data centers where power is available, investing in transmission lines and exploring the use of nuclear energy . Brookfield Renewable Partners , an international renewable power producer and developer, is another beneficiary of the data center boom. "The recently signed framework agreement... is a clear example of BEP's exposure to corporate [power purchase agreement] momentum associated with data center demand. That will contribute to the energy supply needed to power data centers.
Persons: Cowen, Michael Elias, Elias, FactSet, TD Cowen, Sean Steuart, it's, Cowen's David Deckelbaum, Coterra Organizations: Amazon, Oracle, Digital Realty Trust, Digital Realty, Digital, Brookfield Renewable Partners, Microsoft, Brookfield, NuScale Power Corp, Reactor, Regulatory, Energy, Coterra Energy Locations: Northern Virginia, Silicon, Tuesday's, U.S, Europe, Brookfield, Appalachia
Nvidia is now a $2.8 trillion company, an eyewatering figure that places the graphics processing unit maker just behind Apple ($2.9 trillion) and Microsoft ($3.2 trillion) in the S & P 500. At the same time, however, more investors wonder if Nvidia is overvalued and they should start taking profits, especially as the broader market comes under pressure from higher Treasury yields. Nvidia has surged above its 50-day and 200-day moving averages, and it now boasts a price-to-earnings (P/E) ratio of 66. A move toward the upper band could mean the stock is overbought. Correction: A previous version of this article misstated the values of Nvidia, Apple and Microsoft.
Persons: Josh Brown, BTIG's Jonathan Krinsky, Krinsky, Wolfe, Rob Ginsberg, Ginsberg Organizations: Nvidia, Apple, Microsoft, Walmart, Netflix, Wealth, Bollinger
Meanwhile, JPMorgan upgraded Huntington Bancshares to overweight from neutral, with a price target that implies upside of 31%. Analyst Scott Hanold's $90 price target implies that shares of Civitas could rise 25% from here. These two headwinds combined together could create near-term pressures for the stock by limiting Zscaler's billings growth, the analyst wrote. Nowinski's price target of $182, down from $275, implies the stock could rise 6% from here. The bank upgraded shares of the cruise operator to buy from neutral and lifted its price target to $24 from $21.
Persons: Mizuho, Scott Hanold's, Hanold, — Lisa Kailai Han, Wells, Andrew Nowinski, F4Q24, Nowinski, Patrick Cunningham, Cunningham, Lisa Kailai Han, Andrew Boone, Boone, Max, Duolingo, Ben Chaiken, Jan, Chaiken, Steven Alexopoulos, Alexopoulos, Huntington, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, Cruise Line, JPMorgan, Huntington, RBC, Civitas Resources, RBC Capital Markets, Citi, DuPont DuPont, DuPont, Max, Mizuho, Cruise Locations: DAU, Mizuho, Norwegian, Huntington Bancshares, Columbus , Ohio, Friday's
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailWatch Tuesday's full episode of Mad Money with Jim Cramer — May 28, 2024"Mad Money" host and former hedge fund manager, Jim Cramer, provides stock traders with all manner of investing advice.
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Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailMarket has plenty of momentum as long as 10-year stays below 5%, says MAI's Chris GrisantiChris Grisanti, MAI Capital Management chief equity strategist, joins CNBC's 'The Exchange' to discuss market outlooks, his reaction to Tuesday's Treasury auction, and more.
Persons: Chris Grisanti Chris Grisanti Organizations: MAI Capital Management, Treasury
Watch Tuesday's full episode of Fast Money — May 28, 2024
  + stars: | 2024-05-28 | by ( )   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailWatch Tuesday's full episode of Fast Money — May 28, 2024"Fast Money" is America's post-market show. Hosted by Melissa Lee and a roundtable of top traders, "Fast Money" breaks through the noise of the day, to bring you the actionable news that matters most to investors.
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"He doesn't belong in my city," De Niro, a native New Yorker, said of Trump during a press conference hosted by President Joe Biden's reelection campaign outside Manhattan Supreme Court. Immediately following the Biden campaign event, Trump campaign spokesman Jason Miller accused Biden of employing a "washed-up actor" to campaign for him in a Hail Mary attempt to reverse Trump's narrow lead in 2024 election polls. The De Niro event marks the first time the Biden campaign has appeared outside Trump's trial, which began more than five weeks ago. As the criminal trial winds down, the president's reelection campaign is planning to crank up its attacks on Trump, NBC News reported Friday. Defense attorney Todd Blanche began Tuesday's closing arguments by declaring, "President Trump is innocent."
Persons: Robert De Niro, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, De Niro, Joe Biden's, , Trump, Trump's, Harris, Niro, Harry Dunn, Jason Miller, Biden, Mary, Miller, Michael Cohen, Stormy Daniels, Attorney Alvin Bragg, Todd Blanche, Blanche, Joshua Steinglass, Bragg Organizations: Republican, Trump, U.S, Capitol, Biden, U.S . Capitol Police, NBC, Democratic, Manhattan, Attorney Locations: Manhattan, New York City, New Yorker, United States, White
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailWatch Tuesday's full episode of the Halftime Report — May 28, 2024"Fast Money Halftime Report" is on the front lines of CNBC's market coverage. Host CNBC's Scott Wapner and the Street's top investors get to the heart of the action as it's happening and help set the agenda for the rest of the day. Watch today's full episode on CNBC PRO.
Persons: CNBC's Scott Wapner Organizations: CNBC PRO
European markets set to open mixed as UK's FTSE reopens
  + stars: | 2024-05-28 | by ( Karen Gilchrist | )   time to read: +1 min
The U.K.'s FTSE 100 was seen opening lower after markets were closed for the late May bank holiday, while other major European bourses were seen moving higher. European markets are poised to open mixed on Tuesday after a quiet start to the trading week in which several key global markets were closed. Tuesday's session is light on the corporate earnings front, while wholesale price data is due out of Germany. Investors are continuing to weigh the prospects of a June rate cut by the European Central Bank after two key policymakers threw their weight behind the prospect on Monday. Meanwhile, the ECB's Chief Economist Philip Lane said in an interview with the Financial Times, "Barring major surprises, at this point in time there is enough in what we see to remove the top level of restriction."
Persons: Olli Rehn, Philip Lane Organizations: Investors, European Central Bank, ECB, Financial Times Locations: Germany
Every weekday the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer holds a "Morning Meeting" livestream at 10:20 a.m. In response, Jim Cramer said, "Nvidia is capturing so much of the mindshare that maybe people are selling [the broader market] to make a bigger position in Nvidia." The Club shares similar sentiments to the Wall Street firms — saying a break up is a win for shareholders. 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 .
Persons: Jim Cramer, Jim, shouldn't, DuPont's, Ed Breen's, Jim Cramer's, DOV, NVDA Organizations: CNBC, Nasdaq, Nvidia, Dow Jones Industrial, Apple, China Academy of Information, Communications Technology, UBS, Citi, DuPont, BMO Capital, Wells, Wells Fargo Securities, Wall Street Locations: China, Wells Fargo, Dover
The Nasdaq finished at a record while the Dow tumbled. Nvidia soared but the broader market weakened amid a fresh spike in Treasury yields. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementUS stocks finished mixed on Tuesday, with the Nasdaq at a record but the Dow Jones Industrial Average sliding more than 200 points. Weighing on shares during the session was a jump in Treasury yields as the latest auction was met with lukewarm demand.
Persons: Dow, , Neel Kashkari, Elon Musk Organizations: Nasdaq, Nvidia, Service, Dow Jones, Federal Reserve, Minneapolis
HubSpot shares jump on talks of potential Google deal
  + stars: | 2024-05-28 | by ( Jennifer Elias | )   time to read: +1 min
HubSpot shares rallied 8% on Tuesday after CNBC's David Faber reported that Alphabet is looking at an all-stock offer for the software company. Reports of a potential deal first surfaced in early April, when Reuters published a story saying Alphabet was talking to advisors about making an offer for HubSpot. "There have been many reports about HubSpot being in conversations with Google," Faber said Tuesday. With a market cap of about $33 billion, after Tuesday's jump, HubSpot would be by far Alphabet's largest deal ever. HubSpot shares were up slightly for the year prior to Tuesday's gains, closing the day at $638.39.
Persons: HubSpot, CNBC's David Faber, Faber, — CNBC's Jordan Novet Organizations: Reuters, HubSpot, Bloomberg, Google, Motorola Mobility
In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailTuesday's rapid-fire: T-Mobile, Viking, Airbnb, Huntington, Texas InstrumentsJim Cramer looks at stocks in the news outside the CNBC Investing Club porfolio.
Persons: Jim Cramer Organizations: CNBC Locations: Airbnb, Huntington , Texas
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
A top exchange-traded fund provider is betting on the long-term popularity of GLP-1 weight loss drugs. Roundhill Investments' GLP-1 & Weight Loss ETF (OZEM), which began trading last week, pairs leaders Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk with players developing new treatments for weight loss and diabetes. Eli Lilly and Novo Nordisk each hold a roughly 20% weighting in the ETF, per Roundhill's website as of Friday. Mazza waived concerns that investors have missed out on the rally, noting the weight loss drug industry is still in its "early days." After last Tuesday's launch, shares of Roundhill's GLP-1 & Weight Loss ETF ended the week down by almost 2%.
Persons: Eli Lilly, Dave Mazza, Mazza, CNBC's Organizations: Investments, Novo Nordisk, Zealand Pharma, Amgen, Chugai Pharmaceutical Locations: Roundhill's
Manhattan district attorney's office/BIWhy is this evidence — our third smoking gun — so important? AdvertisementEvidence People's 35 in the Trump hush-money trial. Robert Costello, a key defense witness in the Donald Trump hush-money trial in New York. Manhattan district attorney's office/BI"Rudy was thrilled and said this could not be a better situation for the President or you. From People's 374 Manhattan district attorney's office/BICohen testified that immediately after these calls with Trump, he took the elevator down from his Trump Organization offices at Trump Tower.
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Singapore Airlines ranked as the No. Singapore Airlines altered its in-flight seatbelt rules and changed at least one flight route following Tuesday's turbulence incident which led to an emergency landing in Bangkok . The interior of Singapore Airline flight SQ321 is pictured after an emergency landing at Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi International Airport, Thailand, May 21, 2024. Singapore Airlines said in a separate statement that a total of 44 passengers and two crew remain in hospital. Turbulence-related incidents are the most common type of accident suffered by commercial airlines, according to the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board.
Persons: Tuesday's, Bangkok's, CNBC's Sophie Kiderlin Organizations: Singapore Airlines, SIA, CNBC, Singapore Airline, Singapore Boeing, Srinakarin Hospital, Associated Press, AP, U.S . National Transportation Safety, NTSB, Aviation Safety Network Locations: Bangkok, Thailand, London, Singapore, Myanmar, Bengal
Dollar hovers near highest in a week after hawkish Fed minutes
  + stars: | 2024-05-23 | by ( )   time to read: +3 min
The yen l anguished just above a three-week low despite the continued threat of intervention by Japanese officials. The dollar index, which tracks the currency against six major rivals including the euro , sterling and yen, was little changed at 104.89 after gaining 0.28% overnight. The dollar was little changed at 156.77 yen after rising to 156.85 overnight, the highest since May 1. Traders and analysts suspect Japan's Ministry of Finance intervened several times to support the yen following its plunge to a 34-year low of 160.245 per dollar on April 29. Bigger rival bitcoin was little changed at $69,491 after reaching $71,957 on Tuesday for the first time since April 9.
Persons: Sterling, Ether, James Kniveton, Japan's, Rishi Sunak, bitcoin Organizations: Bank of Japan, Reserve, Federal, Traders, of Finance, Bank of England, Conservatives, Labour Party, Labour, Securities
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