Here are the biggest analyst calls of the day: Amazon, Apple, Micron & more

Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Monday:Goldman said it thinks that the excess memory chip inventory will be depleted faster than previously expected and that memory chip pricing could start to improve during the third quarter. “We believe that Micron is the best stock to express our view, and we upgrade MU to Buy from Neutral. Investing in Micron at this stage of the cycle (DRAM contract prices are still falling) carries significant risks, in particular with the large amounts of inv


Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Monday:Goldman said it thinks that the excess memory chip inventory will be depleted faster than previously expected and that memory chip pricing could start to improve during the third quarter. “We believe that Micron is the best stock to express our view, and we upgrade MU to Buy from Neutral. Investing in Micron at this stage of the cycle (DRAM contract prices are still falling) carries significant risks, in particular with the large amounts of inv
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Here are the biggest analyst calls of the day: Amazon, Apple, Micron & more

Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Monday:

Goldman said it thinks that the excess memory chip inventory will be depleted faster than previously expected and that memory chip pricing could start to improve during the third quarter.

“We believe that Micron is the best stock to express our view, and we upgrade MU to Buy from Neutral. Investing in Micron at this stage of the cycle (DRAM contract prices are still falling) carries significant risks, in particular with the large amounts of inventory at the memory companies (as this can impact both cost structure and pricing). ”

Read more about this call here.


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Formula to figure out how much of your income to spend and save

4 Hours AgoTo view this site, you need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser, and either the Flash Plugin or an HTML5-Video enabled browser. Download the latest Flash player and try again. Sallie Krawcheck, co-founder and CEO of Ellevest and a former Wall Street executive, breaks down a simple formula to help you figure out how much of your income you should spend and save.


4 Hours AgoTo view this site, you need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser, and either the Flash Plugin or an HTML5-Video enabled browser. Download the latest Flash player and try again. Sallie Krawcheck, co-founder and CEO of Ellevest and a former Wall Street executive, breaks down a simple formula to help you figure out how much of your income you should spend and save.
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Formula to figure out how much of your income to spend and save

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Sallie Krawcheck, co-founder and CEO of Ellevest and a former Wall Street executive, breaks down a simple formula to help you figure out how much of your income you should spend and save.


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WeWork will host a Wall Street analyst day in IPO push

Signage is seen at the entrance of the WeWork offices on Broad Street in New York. The We Company, parent of shared office space manager WeWork, plans to host an analyst day for Wall Street banks on July 31, as the company steps up its preparations for an initial public offering (IPO), people familiar with the matter said. While WeWork filed for an IPO with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in December, it has yet to hire IPO underwriters, the sources said. WeWork wants to be in a posi


Signage is seen at the entrance of the WeWork offices on Broad Street in New York. The We Company, parent of shared office space manager WeWork, plans to host an analyst day for Wall Street banks on July 31, as the company steps up its preparations for an initial public offering (IPO), people familiar with the matter said. While WeWork filed for an IPO with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in December, it has yet to hire IPO underwriters, the sources said. WeWork wants to be in a posi
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WeWork will host a Wall Street analyst day in IPO push

Signage is seen at the entrance of the WeWork offices on Broad Street in New York.

The We Company, parent of shared office space manager WeWork, plans to host an analyst day for Wall Street banks on July 31, as the company steps up its preparations for an initial public offering (IPO), people familiar with the matter said.

WeWork’s decision to host the event at this stage is unusual, given that IPO hopefuls have typically hired underwriters by the time they invite analysts from Wall Street banks to educate them about their company’s business.

While WeWork filed for an IPO with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in December, it has yet to hire IPO underwriters, the sources said. WeWork wants to be in a position to potentially go public by the end of 2019, the sources added.

The hosting of the event at this early stage indicates that the New York-based start-up wants to leave nothing to chance after other high-profile IPOs struggled or were canceled this year, amid pushback from investors over the frothy valuations sought.

The sources asked not to be identified because the matter is confidential. A spokesman for WeWork declined to comment.

The IPO market has been challenging for some of this year’s biggest listings. Ride-hailing companies Uber and Lyft faced criticism from investors about their steep losses and the lack of commitment to a timetable to reach profitability.

Last week, Anheuser Busch InBev NV, the world’s largest brewer, shelved the initial public offering (IPO) of its Asian business after it could not muster enough investor support for the valuation it sought.

WeWork was recently valued at $47 billion in a private fundraising round, making it one of the most valuable private companies in the world.

However, the money-losing company has faced questions about the sustainability of its business model, which is based on short-term revenue agreements and long-term loan liabilities.

The losses at WeWork’s parent company narrowed slightly in the first quarter of 2019 to $264 million as revenue continues to double annually.

WeWork is looking to raise $3 billion to $4 billion in debt before it goes public, and has held discussions with representatives of Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase to discuss the debt offering, Reuters reported earlier this month.

A substantial debt offering could allow it to pitch itself to potential investors in a planned IPO as having sufficient funding to see itself to profitability.

WeWork, which was co-founded in 2010 by CEO Adam Neumann, has helped pioneer “coworking,” or shared desk-space, with a focus on startups, entrepreneurs and freelancers.

In January, Japan’s SoftBank boosted its stake in WeWork by $2 billion in a deal that was billions of dollars below what the company had hoped to raise to fund growth and buy out existing shareholders.


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Morgan Stanley loves these stocks into earnings, while others on Wall Street do not

Morgan Stanley gave clients a bunch of earnings stock picks where the firm’s view differs from the rest of Wall Street. Overall, Morgan Stanley said guidance for the second half of 2019 is too high and it expects companies to temper expectations for the rest of the year. Morgan Stanley said many investors are worried about newly public ride-hailing company Uber’s path to profitability as well as “growth durability.” Morgan Stanley said next week it expects a judge to rule in PG&E’s favor regardi


Morgan Stanley gave clients a bunch of earnings stock picks where the firm’s view differs from the rest of Wall Street. Overall, Morgan Stanley said guidance for the second half of 2019 is too high and it expects companies to temper expectations for the rest of the year. Morgan Stanley said many investors are worried about newly public ride-hailing company Uber’s path to profitability as well as “growth durability.” Morgan Stanley said next week it expects a judge to rule in PG&E’s favor regardi
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Morgan Stanley loves these stocks into earnings, while others on Wall Street do not

Dara Khosrowshahi, chief executive officer of Uber Technologies speaks on a webcast during the company’s initial public offering on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, May 10, 2019.

Morgan Stanley gave clients a bunch of earnings stock picks where the firm’s view differs from the rest of Wall Street.

The firm highlighted stocks including Uber and American Express, where it sees a chance for a rally within the next two months.

“For each of these stocks, our analyst has a view that diverges from the Street’s, and expects a near-term event to drive the stock as the market’s view moves closer to ours,” Morgan Stanley said in a note to clients Thursday.

Earnings season began this week with 64 S&P 500 companies reporting earnings as of Thursday morning, according to FactSet. Overall, Morgan Stanley said guidance for the second half of 2019 is too high and it expects companies to temper expectations for the rest of the year.

But there are some opportunities. Other stocks the firm is betting on into reports include PG&E and Gilead Sciences.

Morgan Stanley said many investors are worried about newly public ride-hailing company Uber’s path to profitability as well as “growth durability.”

However, “we like this set-up…particularly as we’re entering a 2H of easing Y/Y ride sharing growth compares, an (assumed) relatively stable competitive landscape in the US and abroad, and a still-long runway,” analysts said. Uber’s ability to beat near-term ride sharing bookings is “key to turning investor sentiment and interest,” they said.

Uber reports on August 8.

Morgan Stanley said next week it expects a judge to rule in PG&E’s favor regarding its exclusive right to offer a bankruptcy pre-organization plan, months after the deadly California wildfires. Analysts said the favorable ruling will remove overhang for the stock.

The firm’s analysts are betting that biotech company Gilead Science’s HIV franchise will help drive a beat on second-quarter revenue.

“We are also lower on 1H spending, which in combination with higher revenues would position GILD well for a 2Q19 EPS beat,” the analysts said.

Gilead reports on July 30.

American Express is the only company on the Morgan Stanley’s list in the financial sector. The firm said it sees revenue growth recceleration for the company on the back of a “fading” U.S. dollar strength, strong retail sales growth, “wealth effect on Amex cardmember spending,” and low interest rates.

American Express reports July 19.

On the bearish side, Morgan Stanley see’s near-term downside for industrial supply company W.W. Grainger. Analysts said the company will be forced to lower prices as “underlying demand appears to have decelerated.”

— with reporting from CNBC’s Michael Bloom


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History shows it pays to buy Netflix for a quick trade after it plunges like this

A booming manufacturing report pokes another hole in the Fed’s… The Philadelphia Fed saw its primary gauge measuring the sector jump from 0.3 in June to 21.8, far better than Wall Street estimates of 5 and the highest in a year. Economyread more


A booming manufacturing report pokes another hole in the Fed’s… The Philadelphia Fed saw its primary gauge measuring the sector jump from 0.3 in June to 21.8, far better than Wall Street estimates of 5 and the highest in a year. Economyread more
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History shows it pays to buy Netflix for a quick trade after it plunges like this

A booming manufacturing report pokes another hole in the Fed’s…

The Philadelphia Fed saw its primary gauge measuring the sector jump from 0.3 in June to 21.8, far better than Wall Street estimates of 5 and the highest in a year.

Economy

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Elizabeth Warren attacks the private equity industry with new regulation proposals

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, as well as three other Democratic Presidential hopefuls Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, Gov. Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren aimed her campaign of economic populism on Thursday at a new target: the private equity industry. The Massachusetts senator, in tandem with colleagues on Capitol Hill, introduced what she calls the “Stop Wall Street Looting Act.” Specifically, Warren proposes to:Make private equity firms responsible for debts and pension obligations of co


Sen. Elizabeth Warren, as well as three other Democratic Presidential hopefuls Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, Gov. Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren aimed her campaign of economic populism on Thursday at a new target: the private equity industry. The Massachusetts senator, in tandem with colleagues on Capitol Hill, introduced what she calls the “Stop Wall Street Looting Act.” Specifically, Warren proposes to:Make private equity firms responsible for debts and pension obligations of co
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Elizabeth Warren attacks the private equity industry with new regulation proposals

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, as well as three other Democratic Presidential hopefuls Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, Gov. Jay Inslee and react to questions during the Daily Kos/Netroots Nation candidate forum, at the Convention Center in Philadelphia, PA, on July 13, 2019.

Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren aimed her campaign of economic populism on Thursday at a new target: the private equity industry.

The Massachusetts senator, in tandem with colleagues on Capitol Hill, introduced what she calls the “Stop Wall Street Looting Act.” It stands no chance of enactment so long as Republicans control the White House and Senate, but it matters because Warren has risen to the top tier of 2020 Democratic contenders.

Specifically, Warren proposes to:

Make private equity firms responsible for debts and pension obligations of companies they buy.

Limit the ability of firms to extract fees, bonuses and dividends from their acquisitions.

Reinstate the abandoned Glass-Steagall wall separating commercial banks from investment banks.

Change executive compensation rules to ensure that bankers who profit from speculative bets also assume risk if their bets go bust.

Expand financial services for Americans of modest means by allowing the U.S. Postal Service to join community banks and credit unions in offering low-cost checking and savings accounts.

Warren framed her proposal as an effort to shrink the amount of money wasted on 21st century financial engineering and redirect it to improve the living standards of average American families. She cited a range of “legalized looting” examples, including Sun Capital guiding discount retailer ShopKo toward bankruptcy and Alden Global Capital forcing job cuts at The Denver Post newspaper after acquiring it.

“To raise wages, help small businesses and spur economic growth, we need to shut down the Wall Street giveaways and rein in the financial industry so it stops sucking money out of the rest of the economy,” the former Harvard professor argued in a Medium post.

Among those joining Warren in sponsoring the plan is one of her Democratic rivals for the presidential nomination, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York. In less than two weeks, both women will join the rest of the Democratic field on stage in Detroit for the second series of the party’s presidential debates.


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Analysts stick by plunging Netflix shares, see comeback this quarter driven by ‘Stranger Things’

Wall Street analysts were urging clients to remain calm in the wake of Netflix’s disappointing earnings report. The company said Wednesday after the bell that it only added 2.7 million global subscribers in the second quarter while Wall Street expected the number to be closer to 5 million. Many analysts are already predicting the streaming giant will bounce back in the third quarter, anchored by its original show, “Stranger Things.” Strong content is still going to be the backbone for Netflix dr


Wall Street analysts were urging clients to remain calm in the wake of Netflix’s disappointing earnings report. The company said Wednesday after the bell that it only added 2.7 million global subscribers in the second quarter while Wall Street expected the number to be closer to 5 million. Many analysts are already predicting the streaming giant will bounce back in the third quarter, anchored by its original show, “Stranger Things.” Strong content is still going to be the backbone for Netflix dr
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Analysts stick by plunging Netflix shares, see comeback this quarter driven by 'Stranger Things'

Wall Street analysts were urging clients to remain calm in the wake of Netflix’s disappointing earnings report.

The company said Wednesday after the bell that it only added 2.7 million global subscribers in the second quarter while Wall Street expected the number to be closer to 5 million. It also reported an unexpected loss in U.S. subscribers.

Shares of Netflix were down more than 10% to $323.24 in midmorning trading Thursday.

Many analysts are already predicting the streaming giant will bounce back in the third quarter, anchored by its original show, “Stranger Things.”

“Early 3Q trends are strong, led by Stranger Things S3, & we believe churn rates have receded closer to pre-price increase levels,” J.P. Morgan analyst Doug Anmuth said.

Strong content is still going to be the backbone for Netflix driving subscriber growth going forward, analysts say.

“Conversely, in 2H’19, there should be a positive impact from an improving slate and we are, therefore, optimistic about the company’s opportunity to grow subscriber additions y/y in a FY basis,” said Piper Jaffray’s Michael Olson.

“Some will say this miss suggests maturation or lack of pricing power; we see neither. We would note Netflix misses have been followed by strong qtrs, and, along those lines, we expect Netflix’s very strong 2H slate will lead to a rebound in sub growth,” Credit Suisse analysts said.

In fact, the second quarter has traditionally been rough, according to analysts at Raymond James.

“The reality is 2Q has been a tough quarter for three of the past four years, and it’s likely a combination of factors driving softness,” they said.

“It will likely take strong results over the next two quarters to refute these controversies and drive a more meaningful move higher.”

Here’s what else the major analysts are saying about Netflix’s earnings report:


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Dow falls 150 points, heads for 3-day losing streak

Stocks fell for a third straight day on Thursday as Wall Street digested a mixed batch of corporate earnings results. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 150 points, or 0.5%, while the S&P 500 slid 0.4%. Those metrics — which are key for Netflix — offset a better-than-expected earnings per share result for the previous quarter. IBM shares, meanwhile, briefly fell at the open before recovering after the company reported its fourth consecutive revenue decline. Declining sales from IBM’s IT di


Stocks fell for a third straight day on Thursday as Wall Street digested a mixed batch of corporate earnings results. The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 150 points, or 0.5%, while the S&P 500 slid 0.4%. Those metrics — which are key for Netflix — offset a better-than-expected earnings per share result for the previous quarter. IBM shares, meanwhile, briefly fell at the open before recovering after the company reported its fourth consecutive revenue decline. Declining sales from IBM’s IT di
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Dow falls 150 points, heads for 3-day losing streak

Stocks fell for a third straight day on Thursday as Wall Street digested a mixed batch of corporate earnings results.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped 150 points, or 0.5%, while the S&P 500 slid 0.4%. The Nasdaq Composite lagged, falling 0.6%.

Netflix shares plunged more than 11% after the streaming giant reported a surprise loss in U.S. subscribers coupled with slower-than-expected international membership growth. Those metrics — which are key for Netflix — offset a better-than-expected earnings per share result for the previous quarter.

IBM shares, meanwhile, briefly fell at the open before recovering after the company reported its fourth consecutive revenue decline. Declining sales from IBM’s IT division offset growth in its cloud business.

Morgan Stanley posted better-than-expected quarterly results, driven by its wealth management and fund divisions. The stock rose 0.5%.


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Here’s what major analysts are predicting will happen with Netflix earnings after the bell

Reed Hastings attends Reed Hastings panel during Netflix ‘See What’s Next’ event at Villa Miani on April 18, 2018 in Rome, Italy. Earnings season is underway and there’s no shortage of story lines when Netflix reports its second quarter earnings after the bell on Wednesday. Wall Street analysts say they’ll be squarely focused on key metrics like cash, content, and comments on upcoming competition from Disney and HBO Max. “Wall of worry” refers to when a company runs into a stumbling block in the


Reed Hastings attends Reed Hastings panel during Netflix ‘See What’s Next’ event at Villa Miani on April 18, 2018 in Rome, Italy. Earnings season is underway and there’s no shortage of story lines when Netflix reports its second quarter earnings after the bell on Wednesday. Wall Street analysts say they’ll be squarely focused on key metrics like cash, content, and comments on upcoming competition from Disney and HBO Max. “Wall of worry” refers to when a company runs into a stumbling block in the
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Here's what major analysts are predicting will happen with Netflix earnings after the bell

Reed Hastings attends Reed Hastings panel during Netflix ‘See What’s Next’ event at Villa Miani on April 18, 2018 in Rome, Italy.

Earnings season is underway and there’s no shortage of story lines when Netflix reports its second quarter earnings after the bell on Wednesday. Wall Street analysts say they’ll be squarely focused on key metrics like cash, content, and comments on upcoming competition from Disney and HBO Max.

The company has recently taken heat from analysts over its spending on content as well as its recent loss of comedy shows, ‘Friends,’ and ‘The Office.’

The streaming giant is up 37% year to date, that’s second only to Facebook among the so-called FAANG stocks. But it’s also underperformed the market over the past year, concerning analysts. FAANG refers to a group of internet and tech stocks including Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix, and Google.

Despite the concerns, most analysts are still urging clients to buy into the report.

“NFLX remains one of our top picks, and while the competition/price increase-related churn ‘wall of worry’ could take a few quarters to disprove, we think it presents a good buying opportunity,” J.P. Morgan analyst Doug Anmuth said.

“Wall of worry” refers to when a company runs into a stumbling block in the market causing temporary uncertainty.

Content and competition issues are mostly “noise,” according to analysts at Bank of America

“We see most near term risks for Netflix as fleeting, with structural growth expected to hold,” they said.

“We would see any dip around these worries as an enhanced buying opportunity because we do not see Disney/HBO as the competition and we expect, as has happened before, any price hike driven increase in churn to be short-lived as consumers come back for Netflix’s content.”

However, one analyst says he’s keeping his sell rating, “until we see progress.”

“Should cash burn stabilize and reverse trajectory, we are prepared to reconsider our underperform rating,” Wedbush analyst Michael Pachter said.

Here’s what major analysts are saying about Netflix’s upcoming earnings report:


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Here are the biggest analyst calls of the day: Apple, Levi Strauss, Ralph Lauren & more

Tim Cook, chief executive officer of Apple Inc., speaks during an event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, U.S., on Monday, March 25, 2019. Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Wednesday:Goldman raised its price target on the stock but warned that services business growth may fall short. “Apple App Store data from Sensor Tower suggests a material slowdown in May and June revenues after a spike in activity in March and April driven by Greater China. In revenue terms Senso


Tim Cook, chief executive officer of Apple Inc., speaks during an event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, U.S., on Monday, March 25, 2019. Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Wednesday:Goldman raised its price target on the stock but warned that services business growth may fall short. “Apple App Store data from Sensor Tower suggests a material slowdown in May and June revenues after a spike in activity in March and April driven by Greater China. In revenue terms Senso
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Here are the biggest analyst calls of the day: Apple, Levi Strauss, Ralph Lauren & more

Tim Cook, chief executive officer of Apple Inc., speaks during an event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, U.S., on Monday, March 25, 2019.

Here are the biggest calls on Wall Street on Wednesday:

Goldman raised its price target on the stock but warned that services business growth may fall short.

“Apple App Store data from Sensor Tower suggests a material slowdown in May and June revenues after a spike in activity in March and April driven by Greater China. In revenue terms Sensor Tower indicates iOS App Store revenue growth of 14% Y/Y in June down from 18% Y/Y in May, 21% in April and 22% in March. ”

Read more about this call here.


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