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Namely, millennials invest in exchange-traded funds more than any generation before them, according to State Street Global Advisors' 2024 ETF Impact Survey. AdvertisementOverall, State Street, which manages $4.3 trillion in assets, found that boomers are doomers when it comes to the overall economic outlook. State Street Global AdvisorsMillennials across the world are also more likely than any other generation to hold ETFs in their portfolios. AdvertisementETFs also offer easy liquidity, especially when compared to the mutual funds that are popular with older demographics. Investors can't trade mutual funds intraday because trades are executed once a day after the 4 p.m. market close.
Persons: , aren't, Scott Chronert, Chronert, millennials, Michael Arone, Vanguard Russell, Russell, That's Organizations: Service, Street Global Advisors, Business, State Street Global Advisors, Mutual, Citigroup, Bank of America, State, Trust, Vanguard, Nasdaq, Boomers, Bond, Bond Market, State Street, Galaxy Asset Management, Street Locations: Australia, Singapore, Japan
Palantir stock is a top AI play that's undervalued by Wall Street, Wedbush analyst Dan Ives said. Ives pointed to deals with government agencies and businesses to back up his $50 per share bull case for 2025. AdvertisementPalantir Technologies is a top AI play and the stock could rocket to $50 a share next year, according to Wedbush Securities. Ives also pointed to Palantir's differentiated bootcamp strategy, which walks companies through how to use AI to optimize operations. Ives sees Palantir's success only growing as the projected $1 trillion in AI spending by corporations is felt in the market.
Persons: Dan Ives, Ives, Palantir, , PLTR Organizations: Wall, Service, Wedbush Securities, US Army
China's biggest policy meeting in six years kicks will kick off this week. Asia-Pacific markets open mixed on Tuesday as traders in Asia react to Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell's comments that the central bank will not wait until inflation hits 2% to cut interest rates. Powell indicated that central bank is looking for "greater confidence" that inflation will drop to the 2% level, citing "long and variable lags" in policy effects. The blue-chip Dow also reached a new intraday high, advancing 0.53% to close at 40,211.72. Similarly, The S&P 500 added 0.28% to 5,631.22, while the Nasdaq Composite gained 0.4% to end at 18,472.57.
Persons: Jerome Powell's, Powell, Donald Trump's, Dow Organizations: Republican, Dow Jones, Nasdaq Locations: Asia, Pacific
CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. Record highThe Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at an all-time high after former President Donald Trump survived an assassination attempt. Trump's VP pickDonald Trump has chosen Senator JD Vance of Ohio as his vice presidential running mate for the 2024 election. Fed may not waitPowell said the central bank will not wait until inflation reaches its 2% target to cut interest rates. Fink believes bitcoin can offer uncorrelated returns and act as a hedge against currency debasement caused by excessive deficits.
Persons: Donald Trump, Russell, Jerome Powell, Trump's, JD Vance, Ohio, Trump, Vance, Biden, Powell, you've, Larry Fink, Fink, bitcoin, CNBC's, Goldman, Goldman Sachs, Denis Coleman, Colin Langan Organizations: CNBC, Dow Jones, Nasdaq, Treasury, Federal, Truth, Trump, Republican, BlackRock, Goldman, JPMorgan, Citigroup, Wall Locations: U.S, Wells
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. Dow record highThe Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at an all-time high after former President Donald Trump survived an assassination attempt. Trump lauded at RNCFormer President Donald Trump was cheered and celebrated at the Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, his first appearance since an assassination attempt at a Pennsylvania rally. [PRO] 'Super 8'UBS has updated its "Super 8" list of top Asian tech stocks, seen as alternatives to the US "Magnificent Seven."
Persons: Donald Trump, Russell, Jerome Powell, Trump, JD Vance, Ohio, Elon Musk, Powell, you've, Larry Fink, Fink, bitcoin, CNBC's, Donald Trump's Organizations: CNBC, Dow, Dow Jones, Nasdaq, Treasury, Federal, RNC, Republican National Convention, Sporting, Trump, BlackRock, CSI, Nikkei, UBS Locations: U.S, Milwaukee, Pennsylvania, Asia, Pacific, China, Hong
Stocks like Shake Shack and CarMax are among several of JPMorgan's short-term investment opportunities heading into the second half of the year. Take a look at five of JPMorgan's picks below: Shake Shack made the list with an underweight rating. The stock is up 16% this year as Shake Shack expects to grow its total revenue by 11% to 15% and open 80 restaurants, bringing its total footprint to about 600 locations. Another restaurant stock, Cheesecake Factory , made the cut as a short pick, as JPMorgan expressed concerns about its near-term outlook. The stock appears "fully valued at current levels," Ivankoe added, putting an underweight rating on the company.
Persons: Dow, Nicholas Rosato, Shack, John Ivankoe, Ivankoe, Kenneth Worthington, Worthington Organizations: Dow Jones Industrial, Nasdaq, JPMorgan, Cheesecake, FactSet, Group Locations: Chicago
Heading into November's U.S. presidential election, professional investors agree on one strategy — diversification remains key. Diversification to hedge tax rate risk FBB Capital Partners' Mike Bailey said that should former President Donald Trump win, his tax cuts might mean better overall prospects for equities. Bailey emphasized that while his investment strategy avoids predicting macroeconomic events and timing the market, Depending on the election's outcome, there could obviously be different results for investors, investors could find it helpful to look at the extreme outcomes of the election. He recommended diversifying across different asset classes, since higher tax rates could lead to downside in the equity market. "If tax rates change, I don't think bonds are going to move that much, so you're pretty safe on that side," he said.
Persons: Mike Bailey, Donald Trump, Bailey, Tesla, John Davi, we're, Davi, You've, it's, Kumar Organizations: November's U.S, Nasdaq, Federal Reserve, Dow Jones, CNBC Pro, Wall, Capital Partners, CNBC, Astoria, Komal, Sri, Kumar Locations: U.S, , China, Mexico
CNBC Daily Open: Powell says high rates threaten growth
  + stars: | 2024-07-10 | by ( Abid Ali | ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +3 min
CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. Inching to recordsThe S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite inched their way to intraday and record closes as Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell warned of the dangers of keeping interest rates high. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note rose even as Powell said progress had been made on inflation. Growth in jeopardyPowell warned that keeping interest rates high for too long could harm economic growth. "Putin wants nothing less — nothing less — than Ukraine's total subjugation, to end Ukraine's democracy," Biden said.
Persons: Inching, Jerome Powell, KeyBanc, Apple, Powell, Joe Biden, NATO's, Putin, Biden, Max, Emmanuel Macron's, Macron, Genuity Organizations: CNBC, Nasdaq, Nvidia, Dow Jones Industrial, Russia, Patriot, Boeing Locations: intraday, Ukraine, U.S, Germany, Romania, Netherlands, Italy, Europe
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. The yield on the 10-year Treasury note rose even as Powell said progress had been made on inflation. Growth in jeopardyPowell warned that keeping interest rates high for too long could harm economic growth. Mainland China's CSI 300 was little changed as consumer price inflation rose less than expected and producer prices fell, raising concerns about deflation in the world's second-biggest economy.
Persons: Inching, Jerome Powell, KeyBanc, Apple, Powell, Joe Biden, NATO's, Putin, Biden, Max Organizations: CNBC, Nasdaq, Nvidia, Dow Jones Industrial, Russia, Patriot, Boeing, China's CSI, Bank of America Locations: intraday, Ukraine, U.S, Germany, Romania, Netherlands, Italy, Asia, China, Pacific, South
Tesla is acting like a meme stock right now, according to legendary bond investor Bill Gross. AdvertisementTesla is acting like a meme stock right now, according to legendary bond manager Bill Gross. In a post to X on Tuesday, Gross said of the electric vehicle company:Tesla acting like a meme stock — sagging fundamentals, straight up price action. But then there seems to be a new meme stock every other day now. — Bill Gross (@real_bill_gross) July 9, 2024The comments from Gross come amid an ongoing surge in Tesla stock.
Persons: Tesla, Bill Gross, Gross, , Zapp, — Bill Gross, Keith Gill Organizations: Service, GameStop, Chewy
So much for the $3 trillion club: Investors and Wall Street analysts alike are now talking about when Apple might top a $4 trillion stock market value. For those keeping score, Apple closed above a $3 trillion market value just over one year ago. AAPL YTD mountain Apple (AAPL) year-to-date performance Apple shares reached an all-time intraday high to start the week, continuing last week's terrific start to the second half of 2024. Slower iPhone sales in China, which account for nearly 20% of Apple's overall revenue, dogged the stock into April. Jim waits 45 minutes after sending a trade alert before buying or selling a stock in his charitable trust's portfolio.
Persons: Jim Cramer, Siri, ChatGPT, Dan Ives, Wedbush, Jim, Gillette, Jim Cramer's, Scott Eells Organizations: Wall Street, Apple, Microsoft, Nvidia, Apple Intelligence, Developers, Services, Cook & Co, CNBC, Nasdaq, Bloomberg, Getty Locations: China, New York
Investors have been drawn to Microsoft for its early leadership in the fast-growing artificial intelligence space. Year-to-date Microsoft stock is up roughly 24%, compared to the S & P 500's 15% advance. Excitement for Microsoft as an AI play, along with demand for its cloud computing business, show no signs of slowing. Copilot subscriptions Finally, the company can generate a nice recurring revenue stream from Microsoft 365′s Copilot AI add-on. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella speaks during the Microsoft Build conference at Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, Washington, on May 21, 2024.
Persons: Jim Cramer, Copilot, Satya Nadella, Piper Sandler, Jim Cramer's, Jim, Jason Redmond Organizations: Microsoft, Management, Revenue, . Enterprise, Wall Street, CNBC, AFP, Getty Locations: OpenAI, Microsoft's, Redmond , Washington
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock ExchangeS&P 500 futures are near flat Thursday night as investors readied for Friday's closely watched jobs report. Futures connected to the broad index sat near their flatline, while Nasdaq 100 futures slipped 0.1%. Futures tied to the Dow Jones Industrial Average added 19 points, or 0.1%. Economists polled by Dow Jones are forecasting nonfarm payroll adds of 200,000 jobs in June and the unemployment rate to hold steady at 4%. "Friday's payroll report should help clarify the underlying strength of the labor market," said Quincy Krosby, chief global strategist at LPL Financial.
Persons: Dow Jones, Quincy Krosby Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, Nasdaq, Dow Jones, Federal, Institute for Supply Management, LPL, Dow
The rise of the internet and of Yahoo pushed SoftBank's stock to a peak closing price of 10,111.1 yen on Feb. 18, 2000. After lingering near then-record highs in March 2021, SoftBank's stock fell sharply, alongside other global tech stocks. "Softbank Vision Fund had to write down various investments due to a combination of equity values declining and a tougher private financing environment. Dan Baker, senior equity analyst at Morningstar, said a lot of SoftBank's price appreciation comes down to Arm. Baker said the SOTP valuation remains just under 50% this year, meaning SoftBank's stock does not truly reflect the value of its various businesses and investments.
Persons: Kosuke Okahara, Masayoshi Son, Softbank, SoftBank, Son, Oliver Matthew, Paul Golding, Golding, Dan Baker, I'm, Baker, " Baker, . Organizations: ARM, SoftBank, Bloomberg, Getty, Yahoo, Vision, Vision Fund, Beijing, CNBC, Macquarie U.S, Morningstar, Nikkei Locations: Tokyo, British, Japan, U.S, Alibaba
Chewy shares opened 9% higher before reversing lower after Keith Gill disclosed a big stake. AdvertisementShares in the online pet retailer Chewy opened 9% higher on Monday before reversing lower after famed meme-stock trader Keith Gill unveiled a multi-million-dollar stake. The document shows he owns just over 9 million Class A shares, worth $245 million as of Friday's closing price. As of mid-June, he held over 9 million shares in GameStop. 13G SEC Filing related to Keith Gill's Chewy stakeIn Monday's SEC filing, Gill also marked down that "I am not a cat."
Persons: Keith Gill, Kitty, Gill, , Chewy, that's, it's, Keith Gill's Chewy Organizations: Service, US Securities and Exchange Commission, Mizuho Securities, GameStop, Bloomberg, SEC Locations: Chewy, New York
A 15% year-to-date total return in the S & P 500 is the 21 st best run through June since 1900, according to Goldman Sachs. The S & P 500 since the October 2023 correction low is up 33% for an annualized total return pace of 56%. The S & P has gone eight sessions without a move of as much as half a percent. True in magnitude: The market-cap-weighted S & P 500 has outgained its equal-weighted version by more than ten percentage points this year. Not only haven't up days been broadly inclusive, the direction of the S & P 500 has been running inverse to the daily breadth over the past month.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, Sharpe, it's, we'd, I've, What's, Jeff deGraaf, Trump, We've, Poor's, what's Organizations: Nvidia, Walgreens, Nike, Apple, Technology, Communication Services Locations: hiccups
As Wall Street digested the dismal outlook from the world's largest sportswear company, at least six investment banks downgraded Nike's stock. Analysts at Morgan Stanley and Stifel took it a step further, specifically calling the company's management into question. The company also said it expects fiscal 2025 sales to be down mid-single digits when it previously expected them to grow. If you ask Phil Knight, Nike's founder and its chairman emeritus, Donahoe is doing just fine. "I am optimistic in Nike's future and John Donahoe has my unwavering confidence and full support."
Persons: Jim Duffy, Morgan Stanley, Stifel, Donahoe, Matt Friend, That's, Hoka, Jessica Ramírez, Jane Hali, Nike didn't, they've, Kevin McCarthy, Neuberger Berman, CNBC's Scott Wapner, " McCarthy, They've, you've, it's, he's, Phil Knight, John Donahoe Organizations: Nike, eBay, Air Force, Air, Associates, CNBC Locations: 2HCY25, China, , U.S
U.S. crude oil on Friday traded near a two-month high and is on pace for a third-straight weekly gain as fears of war between Israel and the Iran-backed militia Hezbollah grow. West Texas Intermediate hit an intraday high of $82.72 per barrel, the highest level for the U.S. benchmark since April 30. U.S. oil is up about 1.8% for the week and 6.7% for the month of June. Hezbollah could target Israel's offshore gas operations if war breaks out, and Israel could seek to hit Iranian oil facilities, according to RBC Capital Markets. There is also a risk that Iran could attack tankers in the straight of Hormuz or abandon a détente with Saudi Arabia and hit the kingdom's oil facilities, according to the firm.
Persons: Brent, stoking, Saudi détente, Helima Organizations: Hezbollah, Texas Intermediate, RBC Capital Markets, Pentagon, NBC News, The State Department, U.S, RBC Locations: Khiam, Lebanon, Israel, Gaza, Iran, U.S, Hormuz, Saudi Arabia, Saudi
The stock market had another great run since the Club's May Monthly Meeting. Here's our top-five performing portfolio names since the May 30 close through Wednesday's close, the eve of our June Monthly Meeting. AVGO YTD mountain Broadcom (AVGO) year-to-date performance Broadcom took the top spot since the May Monthly Meeting, jumping 16.7% in that timeframe. And on Wednesday, the stock mounted a late-day comeback to close up 0.25% on the day of its annual shareholder meeting. Even with their recent comeback, Salesforce shares are down more than 10% from their close May 29.
Persons: , We're, It's, Salesforce, Snowflake —, we've, Davidson, Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Jim, Brendan Mcdermid Organizations: Federal Reserve, Nasdaq, Club, Nvidia, Broadcom, dethroning Club, Microsoft, Tuesday's, Apple Intelligence, Apple, Rosenblatt Securities, Networks, Palo Alto, CNBC, Traders, New York Stock Exchange Locations: Wednesday's, China, Palo, New York City
Amazon shares climbed more than 3% in intraday trading on Wednesday, pushing the company's market cap past $2 trillion for the first time. In crossing the milestone, Amazon joins Nvidia , Apple , Alphabet and Microsoft , all of which are worth $2 trillion or more. Investors have also cheered the company's recent cost-cutting initiatives, which fueled Amazon's earnings growth in recent quarters. It took Amazon more than four years to cross the $2 trillion milestone. Its market cap reached $1 trillion in 2020, the second time in its history after hitting the benchmark for the first time in 2018.
Persons: Andy Jassy Organizations: Nvidia, Apple, Microsoft, Nasdaq, Web Services, Amazon, Investors
Nvidia stock has plunged 16% in the past week, erasing $431 billion in market value. AdvertisementNvidia stock has suffered a painful four-day decline that has erased $431 billion in market value. The AI tech giant, which was the world's most valuable company just last week, is now worth $2.9 trillion, making it once again the third largest company behind Microsoft and Apple. AdvertisementAltogether, Nvidia stock is down 16% from its record high. "The surge in Nvidia share price has been so remarkable throughout 2024 that most investors are still in the black.
Persons: , Jensen Huang, Neil Roarty, Huang, Ray, Wang, Vivek Arya Organizations: Service, Nvidia, Microsoft, Apple, SEC, Constellation, CNBC, Bank of America
Nvidia’s fall to earthIt looks like another volatile day for Nvidia shareholders. And given the company’s enormous influence on the entire S&P 500, they may not be the only investors facing big swings. It closed Monday down roughly 16 percent from its intraday high on Thursday, shedding more than $550 billion in value — roughly the size of Tesla’s market capitalization — offering the markets a tough reminder that the A.I. Mary Daly, the president of the San Francisco Fed, warned Monday of a slowdown in the labor market hitting the U.S. economy. Another big piece of data comes out on Tuesday: The Conference Board is set to release its monthly consumer confidence index.
Persons: Mary Daly, San Francisco Fed, Organizations: Nvidia, San Francisco
Traders work on the floor during morning trading at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on March 6, 2024 in New York City. 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. The tech-centric Nasdaq Composite remained flat, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average had its best week since May, rising 1.45%. Most Asia markets fallMost Asia-Pacific markets were trading lower as investors awaited inflation data from Australia and Japan later this week.
Persons: JPMorgan Chase, Goldman Sachs, Tesla, Elon Musk, Musk, Australia's, Kospi, Seng, Morgan Stanley's Andrew Slimmon Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, CNBC, Nvidia, Microsoft, Apple, Nasdaq, Dow Jones, Citigroup, JPMorgan, Bank of America, Apple Intelligence, Union, Nikkei, Bank of, CSI Locations: New York City, Asia, Pacific, Australia, Japan, Bank of Japan
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. The tech-centric Nasdaq Composite remained flat, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average had its best week since May, rising 1.45%. The yield on the 10-year Treasury ticked higher and U.S. oil prices rose 2.9% for the week. [PRO] Comeback stocksThe S&P 500 has soared to record levels, fueled by the AI boom, but not all stocks are riding the wave.
Persons: JPMorgan Chase, Goldman Sachs, Tesla, Elon Musk, Musk, Tim Lugo, William Blair's Organizations: CNBC, Nvidia, Microsoft, Apple, Nasdaq, Dow Jones, Citigroup, JPMorgan, Bank of America, Apple Intelligence, Union, Therapeutics, FDA, Organization for Rare Disorders, Nike, Starbucks Locations: U.S
Stock futures were flat in overnight trading Sunday as the market is set to enter the last week of June and 2024's first half near record highs. Futures on the Dow Jones Industrial Average and S&P 500 futures were both little changed. The S&P 500 scored an intraday record of 5,505.53 on Thursday and posted another winning week. The equity benchmark gained 0.6% last week, notching its eighth positive week in nine. The S&P 500 has advanced almost 15% this year after notching 31 record closes.
Persons: Katie Nixon Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, Stock, Dow Jones Industrial, Nasdaq, Nvidia, Microsoft, U.S ., Trust Wealth Management, Federal, FedEx, Micron, Walgreens Boots Alliance, Nike
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