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How long this trend will last is unclear, though it's clear a lot will depend on the direction of interest rates. This dynamic isn't surprising given a high interest rate environment that has pressured consumers. "Elevated interest rates are causing customers to defer their large discretionary projects," UBS analyst Michael Lasser said. "This means that a recovery should be robust as interest rates move lower." "Existing home sales also continue to be a material headwind to remodel activity as long as interest rates remain relatively high," Badishkanian said.
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Read previewTwo former OpenAI board members say artificial intelligence companies can't be trusted to govern themselves and that third-party regulation is necessary to hold them accountable. Helen Toner and Tasha McCauley were board members at OpenAI before they stepped down in November amid a chaotic push to oust OpenAI cofounder Sam Altman. AdvertisementWith Altman back at the helm, Toner and McCauley wrote that OpenAI can't be trusted to hold itself accountable. Related storiesThe former board members wrote that they once believed that OpenAI could govern itself, but "based on our experience, we believe that self-governance cannot reliably withstand the pressure of profit incentives." AdvertisementThe board's 22 members include Altman and chief executives of large tech companies, including Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai.
Persons: , Helen Toner, Tasha McCauley, OpenAI, Sam Altman, Altman, Scarlett Johansson, Chat, Toner, McCauley, — bode, Jensen Huang, Sundar Pichai, ethicists, Margaret Mitchell Organizations: Service, Business, Department of Homeland Security, Artificial Intelligence, Security Board, Nvidia, Ars Technica Locations: OpenAI
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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This includes listing powerful accomplishments and keeping the resume to one-to-two pages, depending on the length of your career. "Where a lot of people make mistakes on their resume is they're listing out their daily job duties," she says. Instead, your resume "should be a list of your accomplishments, mixed in with some job duties." Listing out job duties alone not only leaves hiring mangers wondering how you contributed, it makes them think "there wasn't a whole lot of effort put into" writing the resume, says Fackrell. When it comes to how to format your resume, "make it boring," she says, adding, "no colors, no charts, no graphs, no pictures."
Persons: Stefanie Fackrell, who's, mangers, doesn't bode, you'd, they'd Organizations: Google, Nvidia
Wall Street expects a continued increase in Nvidia's AI chip sales ahead of its next-gen Blackwell chip release. Here's what Wall Street expects from Nvidia's upcoming earnings report. Deutsche Bank: "AI leadership to continue"Deutsche Bank said it fully expects Nvidia to deliver "healthy multi-billion dollar beats/raises on still healthy demand for AI compute." However, the bank sees much of that strength already priced into the stock, leading the firm to believe that Nvidia stock is "fully valued." Bloomberg Intelligence: "Nvidia has more levers to attack the market"Bloomberg Intelligence analyst Oscar Hernandez Tejada said in a recent note he fully expects Nvidia to report "a solid beat and raise" on Wednesday, arguing that "Nvidia's AI demand train running at full speed."
Persons: , Wells, Aaron Rakers, Rakers, Taiwan Semiconductor bode, Vivek Arya, Blackwell, Arya, NVDAs, Oscar Hernandez Tejada, Tejada Organizations: Nvidia, Service, ChatGPT, Nvidia's, Blackwell, GPU, Data, Super Micro Computer, Taiwan Semiconductor, Bank of America, Deutsche Bank, Bloomberg Intelligence, Bloomberg Locations: Wells Fargo, Wells, China
Ethereum has jumped over the past 24 hours as odds of an imminent ETF approval have soared. AdvertisementAccording to Standard Chartered Head of FX Research Geoff Kendrick, ETF approvals would cement ether's chances of reaching $8,000 by this year's end. AdvertisementSecondly, big outflows are also less likely to be an issue for ether, Kendrick pointed out. Once ether funds are established, the price highs that it can achieve bode well for bitcoin, Kendrick added. "An ETH ETF approval will further legitimise the sector and therefore be BTC positive as well.
Persons: Ethereum, , That's, Eric Balchunas, Geoff Kendrick, Kendrick, bode Organizations: SEC, Chartered, Service, bitcoin, Securities and Exchange Commission, Bloomberg, Bloomberg Intelligence, Standard Chartered, FX, BTC Locations: VanEck
Rachel Wisniewski | ReutersAmericans are kicking the can down the road on some more-costly, traditionally financed purchases as elevated inflation and interest rates bite. "As a result, consumers continue to scrutinize their spending and make near-term decisions based primarily on need, price and perceived value. But those options have fallen out of favor as interest rates rose. He also cited increased interest rates as another weight on their shoulders. Lofty interest rates have also hampered housing improvement efforts for those staying put, according to Home Depot .
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The stock market is in the early stages of a period of rising retail investor activity, and that could bode well for Robinhood Markets , according to Bank of America. The bank double upgraded the online brokerage and financial service provider to buy from underperform on Friday, raising its price target to $24 from $14, implying about 34% upside in the shares. "Retail engagement peaked in 2021 and then declined significantly through the > 500bps of Fed rate hikes and the 2022 bear market, troughing in 2023," Bank of America analyst Craig Siegenthaler said in a note. "However, following the emergence of a new bull market last year, we have monitored a rebound in multiple metrics at Robinhood Markets … and we expect this to continue through 2026." Siegenthaler said a rise in retail engagement can drive 44% organic growth, margin loan utilization and more than 60% year-over-year trading activity that can drive payment for order flow.
Persons: bode, Craig Siegenthaler, Siegenthaler, Michael Bloom Organizations: Bank of America, GameStop, AMC, " Bank of America Locations: underperform, Underperform
Dan Loeb's Third Point largely bought into the big technology space during the first quarter, offering a sign of confidence in further gains after a big rally. That can indicate expectations of more room to run within megacap tech and "the Magnificent Seven." He raised his Amazon stake by more than 20%, making the e-commerce stock his second-largest holding at about $920 million. The big tech name, which joined the Dow Jones Industrial Average earlier this year, gained close to 19% in the first quarter. Outside of tech, he opened stakes in names including Goldman Sachs and Cinemark during the quarter.
Persons: Dan Loeb's, It's, bode, Loeb, Warburg Pincus, Goldman Sachs Organizations: Microsoft, Google, Dow Jones, Columbia, UC, Berkeley, Meta, Jefferies, Citigroup, United States Steel, DuPont de Nemours Locations: New York, McKesson
Apple looks kind of ridiculous right now
  + stars: | 2024-05-15 | by ( Jordan Hart | ) www.businessinsider.com   time to read: +3 min
download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Apple, though, has kept pretty quiet about its own AI ambitions so far — and it's increasingly obvious. "The buzz around AI, and specifically GenAI, has been so deafening that Apple is noticeable by omission," Dipanjan Chatterjee, vice president and principal analyst at Forrester, told Business Insider. Still, if the rumors about OpenAI or Gemini iPhone integration are true, this week's "strong announcements actually would bode well for Apple," William Kerwin, an analyst at Morningstar, said. AdvertisementThe analyst told BI that the new iPad rollout is simply an "appetizer to the real meat and potatoes" of Apple's AI strategy, expected to be announced at the WWDC in June.
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The Wednesday release of the April CPI report has the potential to shake up the stock market. A cool inflation report would bode well for interest rate cuts from the Fed and vice versa if it's hotter than expected. JPMorgan laid out six scenarios for April CPI and how the stock market could react to each. The coming inflation report is set to market-shaking because it will help investors determine when the Federal Reserve might move forward with interest rate cuts. At the start of the year, the market was pricing in as many as seven interest rate cuts, but that has dwindled to just two rate cuts before year-end.
Persons: bode, , Defensives outperforming, JPMorgan's Andrew Tyler, Tyler, Immaculate Disinflation Organizations: Fed, JPMorgan, Service, Federal Reserve, China PPI Locations: China
A pro-unity rally marches through Barcelona, Spain, on October 8, 2017, in response to last Sunday's disputed referendum on Catalan independence. This was the first time the Socialists led a Catalan election in both votes and seats won. Illa led Spain's response to the COVID-19 pandemic before Sánchez sent him back to Barcelona to lead his party. The Socialists are already in a coalition government in Madrid with the Sumar party, which now has six seats in the Catalan parliament. Separatists have held the regional government in Barcelona since 2012 and had won majorities in four consecutive regional elections.
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The next two weeks of data will likely set the direction for the stock market this summer, according to UBS. The bank said the upcoming release of the April CPI report and Nvidia's earnings report next week are crucial. "Inflation and NVIDIA earnings data that exceed expectations could set the stage for an early summer melt-up," UBS said. AdvertisementThe next two weeks are going to be crucial for the stock market and could determine its direction over the upcoming summer months, according to a note from UBS. Advertisement"Inflation and NVIDIA earnings data that exceed expectations could set the stage for an early summer melt-up," Draho said.
Persons: , Jason Draho, Draho, bode Organizations: UBS, NVIDIA, Service
The bank therefore expects Arm-based AI PCs to "start a transformation that will affect the global semis industry." Morgan Stanley added it believes that Apple may expand its Arm-based CPU to AI servers as well. The bank estimates that AI PCs will reach a penetration rate of 95% by 2027 — up from 8% in 2024. Stocks What stocks will benefit from Arm's foray into AI PCs? As for TSMC, Morgan Stanley says its foundry market share with the "x86" CPU market will grow.
Persons: Morgan Stanley, That's, TSMC, MediaTek, bode, — CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: Microsoft, Intel, AMD, Qualcomm, Apple, Nvidia Locations: British, Taiwan
For the first time since 2009, the box office doesn't have a Marvel film to kick off the summer movie season — and it shows. This year, the headline film for the first summer weekend was Universal's "The Fall Guy." The result could send the 2024 summer box office down as much as $800 million compared to 2023, according to Comscore's Paul Dergarabedian, and have ripple effects for the whole year. At present, analysts believe the summer movie season will exceed $3 billion in ticket sales, but just barely. Before Covid, the summer box office consistently topped more than $4 billion.
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Central banks are on a gold-buying spree, contributing to record-high spot gold prices. Other central banks are also snapping up gold to diversify their assets on the back of a strong greenback. Other central banks are also loading up on gold. Emerging market central banks that bought gold in the first quarter of the year include Kazakhstan, Oman, Kyrgyzstan, and Poland. There are political motivations for central banks to diversify their assets, too.
Persons: , it's, bode Organizations: Service, People's Bank of China, greenback, Gold, JPMorgan, Allianz Locations: China, Turkey, India, Kazakhstan, Oman, Kyrgyzstan, Poland, United States
Slam dunk seasons from the New York Knicks and Rangers should bode well for parent company Madison Square Garden Entertainment , according to Bank of America. While a playoff run may bode well for shares, Madison Square Garden Entertainment could potentially reap an even bigger reward if the teams make it to the championship. This is because a partial playoff run may be accounted for in the forecast but not a longer bid for a championship, Henderson said. MSGE YTD mountain Madison Square Garden Entertainment shares year to date. "We believe MSGE presents an attractive opportunity to own a growth-oriented, pure-play live entertainment company."
Persons: bode, Peter Henderson, Jalen Brunson, Henderson Organizations: New York Knicks, Rangers, Garden Entertainment, Bank of America, Knicks, Radio Locations: Madison
The yen held its line against the dollar on Tuesday after making sharp gains the previous day in moves that traders said were sparked by suspected intervention by Japanese authorities. "There is clearly a possibility that the sharp and sudden lifts in the JPY were sparked by intervention. Official figures that would reveal whether intervention did in fact occur won't be available until late May. The Japanese currency still sits lower than it was before the Bank of Japan's policy announcement last week. The Fed is expected to strike a hawkish message, meaning more yen selling is likely, CBA's Kong said.
Persons: haven't, Masato Kanda, Carol Kong, bode, CBA's Kong, pare, Sterling, bitcoin Organizations: Federal, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, Trading, Markets, Bank of, Fed, Traders, European Central Bank Locations: Buenos Aires, Argentina, Tokyo, Asia, Japan, U.S, Bank of England
Winmill expects shares to rise 114% to 4.50 Canadian dollars ($3.27) from current levels. Arizona Metals's stock has a consensus price target of 6 Canadian dollars, representing a potential upside of 185%, according to FactSet data. BMO Capital Markets analyst Rene Cartier has a price target of 6.50 Canadian dollars on the stock, giving it upside potential of 209%. Beacon Securities analyst Bereket Berhe, meanwhile, has set a price target of 10.50 Canadian dollars, suggesting a potential upside of 400%. This makes Scotiabank's price target the most conservative among analysts polled by FactSet.
Persons: Kay, bode, Eric Winmill, Winmill, Rene Cartier, Bereket Berhe Organizations: Arizona Metals Corp, Scotiabank —, Scotiabank, AMC, Arizona Metals's, BMO Capital, Beacon Securities, FactSet Locations: Canadian, Phoenix , Arizona, United States, Arizona
Netflix and a popular beauty stock were featured among Friday's biggest analyst calls. Analyst Rob Sanderson initiated coverage of DoorDash with a buy rating and $170 price target, citing strong execution. Alongside the upgrade, Blum downgraded Sunnova Energy to an equal weight rating and slashed his price target to $6 from $11, citing a higher-for-longer rate environment. "Share gains upmarket by Shopify support confidence in the durability of growth against tempered consumer spending expectations," wrote analyst Keith Weiss. The stock has tumbled 11% this year, but could rally 22% based on the firm's adjusted $85 price target.
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Every weekday, the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer releases the Homestretch — an actionable afternoon update, just in time for the last hour of trading on Wall Street. Sometimes the market just wants to come down even if the bonds are better," Jim Cramer said Wednesday. 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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Every weekday, the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer releases the Homestretch — an actionable afternoon update, just in time for the last hour of trading on Wall Street. There is nothing markets hate more than uncertainty, which is why stocks struggled to hold onto their early gains. 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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New York Supreme Court Judge Juan Merchan is a seasoned jurist who is no stranger to Trump’s orbit. In the lead-up to the start of the trial, Trump fanned the flames on social media with his views on the judge. “Judge Merchan was always well-prepared, accessible, and – most importantly in the Weisselberg matter – a man of his word. Trump also claimed Judge Merchan has ruled against him in pretrial motions “because his daughter makes money by working to ‘Get Trump.’”Loren Merchan has not commented publicly on the case. David Paterson appointed him to the New York State Court of Claims in 2009, the same year he began serving as an acting New York Supreme Court judge.
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Heightened tensions in the Middle East, including the possibility of Iran attacking Israel, sent stocks back down and oil prices higher. If the choice is between a weak economy with lower rates or a strong economy with higher rates, we'll take the strong economy every time. Low rates may help with valuation multiples, but it's a strong economy that leads to earnings growth and that's what we, as long-term investors care about. Shelter costs are a major sticking point for overall inflation, which makes Tuesday's housing starts and building permits report a key watch item. We'll get another look at housing with the release of the March existing home sales report on Thursday.
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Washington CNN —Mortgage rates drifted higher this week, and could increase further, in a sign that America’s affordability crisis isn’t letting up. The Federal Reserve doesn’t directly set mortgage rates, but its actions do influence them, and hotter-than-expected inflation readings could keep the central bank from reducing interest rates. That doesn’t bode well for lower mortgage rates, and economists don’t expect rates to fall below 6% this year, especially if the Fed does not end up cutting interest rates. Inventory gains could improve affordabilityMortgage rates are not expected to drop meaningfully this year, but further improvement in housing inventory could improve affordability. A lack of homes has been a longstanding issue keeping America’s housing market unaffordable and is especially frustrating for first-time buyers.
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