Week 19-25 September 2023


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Start date for the articles: 2023-09-15; End date for the articles: 2023-09-25
NEWS SUMMARY for ('AMZN', 21), which changed on 1.67% last trading day:
Amazon (AMZN) is attracting investor attention, with users of showing interest in the company. Amazon's efforts to cut costs and boost growth are starting to pay off. The company is also set to invest up to $4 billion in AI startup Anthropic, aiming to accelerate the development of its future foundation models. Additionally, Amazon announced plans to hire 250,000 logistics employees in the U.S. before the holiday season, signaling strong consumer demand and expecting strong Q4 growth.

NEWS SUMMARY for ('NVDA', 14), which changed on 1.3% last trading day:
Nvidia (NVDA) has been a highly successful growth stock over the past decade, with a jump of more than 100x. The stock closed at $416.10 in the latest trading session, marking a 1.45% increase from the previous day. However, Nvidia has seen a 13% decline since its last earnings report. There is speculation about whether the stock can continue its impressive performance over the next year and reach $900 by 2024. While Nvidia is profiting from AI, its expensive stock price compared to competitors is seen as a potential red flag.

NEWS SUMMARY for ('AAPL', 25), which changed on 0.76% last trading day:
Morgan Stanley analyst Erik Woodring has reiterated an "overweight" rating and a $215 price target for Apple Inc. (AAPL) as demand for the iPhone 15 continues to outpace supply. The new model's features such as a lighter form factor, bezel-less display, and improved camera are driving early upgrades. Apple's recently launched FineWoven iPhone cases, which offer sustainable alternatives, have received widespread criticism for their susceptibility to scratches and premature wear. Despite these challenges, Goldman Sachs predicts a more than 20% upside for AAPL shares due to the strong demand for the iPhone 15.

NEWS SUMMARY for ('MSFT', 15), which changed on 0.17% last trading day:
Rumors are circulating that Microsoft could be cutting orders for AI chips, which has AI investors concerned. Microsoft has been attracting investor attention, with many watching to see what lies ahead for the stock. Analysts believe that Microsoft's accelerated AI adoption could drive strong growth, with an apparent uptick in AI-driven activity and positive feedback on AI pricing. Microsoft recently announced the broad availability of its new AI companion, Copilot, which caused the stock to rise. However, there are concerns about the potential impact of limited generative AI for Microsoft's stock valuation.

NEWS SUMMARY for ('TSLA', 23), which changed on 0.76% last trading day:
Tesla's stock (TSLA) is facing a three-day losing streak and has reached its lowest closing level since August 28. Concerns over potential shortfalls in third-quarter deliveries, as well as softness in the Chinese market, have contributed to the negative sentiment. GLJ Research CEO Gordon Johnson predicts a 7% drop in Tesla's sales for the third quarter compared to the second quarter. Additionally, federal prosecutors are widening their probe into the personal benefits that Tesla CEO Elon Musk may have received. Despite these challenges, some analysts still believe in Tesla's long-term growth potential.

NEWS SUMMARY for ('SPY', 11), which changed on 0.40% last trading day:
The S&P 500 is trading at 20x forward earnings, implying significant interest rate cuts next year. It is recommended to invest in three sectors that have historically outperformed. In other news, the Biden administration has restarted the distribution of free at-home COVID-19 tests after a year-long suspension. Weekly initial jobless claims unexpectedly fell to 201,000. There are concerns that skyrocketing fuel costs could lead to a 15% drop in the S&P 500. Finally, the Federal Reserve's decision on interest rates is eagerly awaited, with expectations that rates will remain unchanged.

NEWS SUMMARY for ('DIS', 15), which changed on -0.18% last trading day:
Disney has announced plans to double its investment in its theme park segment, with a total of $60 billion allocated over the next 10 years. Analysts believe that Disney's strong presence in streaming, iconic intellectual property, and in-person experiences position it for long-term growth. However, despite the positive news, Disney's stock has continued to fall. Some analysts suggest that a sale of ABC and other legacy media assets could help the company reposition itself.

NEWS SUMMARY for ('DJIA', 12), which changed on -0.55% last trading day:
Federal Reserve Gov. Michelle Bowman expressed the need for the Fed to further raise interest rates to curb high inflation. S&P surveys revealed that the US economy slowed down towards the end of the summer due to rising interest rates and persistent inflation. Despite the rate hikes, layoffs and joblessness remained low. Additionally, jobless claims hit an eight-month low of 201,000, but the leading economic index fell for the 17th consecutive month without indicating an impending recession.

NEWS SUMMARY for ('QQQ', 2), which changed on 0.46% last trading day:
Investors are being advised to consider investing in the Nasdaq-100 Technology Index, as it is expected to perform well in 2024 based on historical data. While it may seem like a boring option, it could potentially offer significant returns. This recommendation comes amidst the anticipation of further gains in the new year.
[GPT3.5-Turbo model 1 day summary] MARKET NEWS SUMMARY ('multiple_tickers', 268) -- i.e. 268 news summary for the last 24 hours before 25/09/2023 20:01 UTC time: ***************************************************************
- Seagen announces positive results from a study of its combo drug in the treatment of metastatic bladder cancer, causing its stock to rise 3.5%.
- Canopy Growth Corporation shares gain 12.5%, ESS Tech shares jump 10.1% due to a strategic collaboration with Honeywell.
- Vail Resorts' Q4 earnings are expected to benefit from strong performance in its Mountain segment.
- Nio denies rumors of a capital raise, causing its stock to recover.
- U.S. stocks trade lower, with the Dow Jones falling around 100 points.
- Six Flags stock is expected to decline due to uncertainty in the macroeconomic environment and weak in-park spending per capita.
- Ollie's Bargain is considered a smart investment choice due to its value-driven merchandise assortments.
- Barnes' Aerospace unit extends its agreements with Safran Aircraft Engines to cater to the needs of the aviation industry.
- Generac plans to launch a manufacturing facility in Nevada to focus on clean energy and residential energy storage solutions.
- Keysight collaborates with Synopsys to develop an advanced cybersecurity assessment solution for IoT devices.
- Ryder, Triton, and Air Lease are three dividend-paying transport equipment and leasing stocks worth watching.
- Costco is set to report Q4 earnings and is expected to benefit from its customer-centric approach and merchandise initiatives.
- Bank of America says a simple strategy should outperform the S&P 500, despite raising its year-end target.
- TransCode Therapeutics shares surge after positive pre-clinical results for its lead candidate in gliblastoma.
- Tetra Tech's increased environmental services and digital water programs bode well for the company.
- HubSpot and Salesforce are two cloud-based CRM stocks compared for their upside potential.
- ResMed gains from the adoption of non-invasive ventilator solutions worldwide.
- Oil prices are rising, and select futures contracts are already over $100, potentially impacting the major benchmarks.
- financial institutions like FISI and Group 1 Automotive are undervalued, according to Zacks.
- D.R. Horton stock is worth considering for its value, growth, and momentum trends.
- Safe Bulkers and CVR Energy are two potential undervalued stocks in the market.
- NVIDIA and Palo Alto Networks have performed well compared to their sectors this year.
- West Pharmaceutical continues to gain momentum in the Proprietary Products business.
- Alcon's stock is outperforming other medical stocks this year.
- Netflix expands its presence in Italy with four new productions.
- Ralph Lauren prioritizes digital investment to improve the experiences of its target consumers.
- Paloufibre X customers can now have ultra-fast 3.0 gigabit internet in Western Canada.
- The Writers Guild of America reaches a tentative agreement with entertainment companies, potentially ending the Hollywood writers' strike.
- PhonePe challenges Google with its Indus AppStore Developer Platform in India.
- Amazon plans to invest up to $4 billion in AI company Anthropic.
- Clearwater Analytics Holdings launches the Indus AppStore Developer Platform to challenge Google's app store dominance.
- Analysts upgrade ratings for Microsoft, UnitedHealth, and HSBC.
- Analysts downgrade ratings for Lifeway Foods and Quantum-Si.
- Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company plans to transition to a third-party distribution and retail model in the Asia-Pacific region.
- Wainwright initiates coverage on AngioDynamics, highlighting its undervaluation and focus in the Med Tech segment.
- AMD continues to make advances in its embedded market segment.
- Goldman Sachs estimates that it could take six more years for the Federal Reserve to shrink its mortgage bondholdings to less than $1 trillion.
- U.S. stocks trade mixed with the Nasdaq Composite trading higher.
- TransCode Therapeutics shares surge after positive pre-clinical results for its lead candidate.
- Citi highlights 20 growth stocks worth considering on a pullback.
- Home rental company Bassett is expected to post lower earnings due to store closures and inflationary pressures.
- Palo Alto Networks has seen its stock rise 63.8% year-to-date.
- Orange County stock looks promising due to its earnings and revenue growth and decent capital distribution.
- Property and casualty insurance companies like CB, ACGL, CINF, AXS, and PRA are expected to benefit from increasing policy renewal rates and upward pricing pressure.
- U.S. stocks are trying to shake off rising yields as they face the possibility of losing ground in September.
- Concerns about a lopsided U.S. equity market have been validated as stocks sink and some expect more losses to come.
- Corebridge is intensifying its focus on its core business with the sale of its UK life business to Aviva.
- Amazon plans to add limited advertisements to shows and movies on Prime Video, potentially generating $6.6 billion to $8.0 billion in incremental revenue.
- Match Group's Tinder introduces a $500 monthly subscription option for its most engaged users.
- H&R Block is gaining traction with its Block Horizons 2025 plan but faces increasing expenses.
- DraftKings continues to receive strong ratings from analysts thanks to the NCAA Football and NFL seasons.
- The Federal Reserve's commitment to higher interest rates is causing a surge in bond yields across all maturities.
- Gainers in the mid-day session include TransCode Therapeutics, ESS Tech, and Biophytis.
[GPT4 model 1 day summary] MARKET NEWS SUMMARY ('multiple_tickers', 268) -- i.e. 268 news summary for the last 24 hours before 25/09/2023 20:01 UTC time: ***************************************************************
- Investors should watch BYD and DISHH as they have the potential to beat quarterly earnings estimates.
- First Solar (FSLR) begins construction of its Louisiana manufacturing facility with a capacity of 3.5 GW.
- PetIQ shares rise 5.7% on higher-than-average trading volume, despite concerns about earnings estimate revisions.
- BullFrog AI's founder and CEO outlines the company's new partnerships, strategies, and projects at BioFuture 2023.
- HSBC names Walmart as its preferred U.S. retailer and Dollar General as its least favorite.
- Top 4 tech stocks that may explode in Q3 include Progress Software Corporation and Wedbush, according to Daniel Ives.
- Lockheed Martin is set to improve the F-35 aircraft's lifespan after securing a new contract.
- Orion Marine sees a 5.4% increase in shares and higher than average trading volume.
- Abbott acquires Bigfoot Biomedical, increasing its stake in the diabetes care market.
- JetBlue's low debt and strong air-travel demand are positioned to boost its stocks.
- Four potential growth stocks to watch include ELF, SPLK, and LMB.
- Michael Leskinen has been appointed as the new CFO of United Airlines.
- Stocks such as GES, URBN, ANF, DELL, and OC and their values may increase to provide some security in the wake of the ongoing Wall Street sell-off.
- India ETFs have achieved a 52-week high due to the untapped potential of the Indian market and the slowing down of China's economy.
- Investments in companies like Magellan Midstream Partners, Trinity Capital, Runway Growth Finance, and Postal Realty Trust could provide safety amidst the Wall Street sell-off spurred by a hawkish Fed.
[GPT3.5-Turbo model 10 days summary] MARKET NEWS SUMMARY ('multiple_tickers', 2031) -- i.e. 2031 news summarised for the period 2023-09-15 to 2023-09-25
- Risk appetite sees a setback as stock markets dip in response to renewed surge in inflationary pressures.
- Strike by United Auto Workers union against major Detroit automakers raises concerns about broader wage increases.
- President Biden emphasizes need for improved treatment of workers and fairer distribution of profits.
- Uptick in Treasury yields adds to dampening effect on risk sentiment.
- S&P 500 falls 1%, Nasdaq 100 drops 1.3%, Dow Jones down 0.5%.
- Fragrance segment of Inter Parfums shines in Europe's swift recovery and Asia's growing luxury embrace.
- D.A. Davidson analyst reiterates Buy rating on Inter Parfums shares.
- Analyst sees industry growth potential for Inter Parfums in the range of 6%-8% over the next 5-10 years.
- Europe's fragrance market shows double-digit growth, catching up to U.S. pace.
- Nasdaq Composite may see year-end rally despite weakness in coming weeks, according to market strategist David Rosenberg.
- AT&T Inc. sees higher free cash flow, debt reduction, and safe dividend; rated as a strong buy.
- Direxion launches two new ETFs tied to the price movement in shares of Nvidia Corp.
- MoffettNathanson downgrades DoorDash shares to hold due to restart of student-loan payments.
- Utilities stocks aggressively bought up over the past week.
- PayPal's branded checkout button poised for growth amid surge in online marketplace Temu.
- Omnicom rises 17% in a year, consistent record in returning value to shareholders.
- Public Storage remains strong investment opportunity despite high interest rates.
- Tesla ETFs recommended as the "gigacasting" method gives the company an edge.
- TransUnion rises 34% in 6 months, continuing to expand in the Big Data and analytics market.
- Analyst says FTC lawsuit is unlikely to break Amazon and favors retail companies.
- President Biden urges fairer negotiation between UAW and automakers.
- Stocks higher for automakers as UAW strike kicks off, bonds under selling pressure.
- Preorders for iPhone 15 begin with deals from AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon.
- Wall Street remains optimistic about buying stocks in oil and gas, homebuilding, technology, and transportation industries.
- Schlumberger recommended by Jim Cramer.
- GameStop gains attention with release of "Dumb Money" movie.
- Birkenstock plans to go public and list on NYSE.
- XLV, SPY, TLT, UUP, GM, XLK, QQQ, DIA, FXE, ADBE, F, STLA, PLTN, ARM, USO, FEZ, XLY, APLS, and IPAR are among the top stocks mentioned.