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Here Are Thursday's Biggest Analyst Calls: Nvidia, Costco, Apple, Snowflake, Meta, Nike, Disney, Airbnb & More

April 11, 2024
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Here are the notable calls from Thursday on Wall Street:

Evercore ISI reaffirmed its bullish outlook on Amazon, anticipating potential multiple re-rating in 2024.

Goldman Sachs reiterated its buy rating on Alphabet following positive announcements at the Google Cloud Next event.

JPMorgan maintained its overweight rating on Apple despite lowering its price target, citing improving sentiment among hedge fund investors.

Benchmark initiated coverage on Airbnb with a buy rating, highlighting the company's leading position in its industry.

Berenberg upgraded Albemarle to buy, foreseeing upside in lithium prices.

TD Cowen initiated coverage on Visa and Mastercard, both with outperform ratings, emphasizing their strong positions in the global payments market.

Oppenheimer initiated coverage on Lavoro with an outperform rating, expressing optimism about the Latin American agriculture company.

KeyBanc initiated coverage on Snowflake with a buy rating, recognizing its leadership in the cloud data platform space.

Barclays initiated coverage on Nasdaq with an overweight rating, expecting double-digit earnings growth for the index company.

Raymond James reiterated its strong buy rating on Nvidia, raising its price target following investor meetings.

UBS upgraded Gartner to buy, citing potential margin upside for the IT company.

JPMorgan upgraded StepStone to overweight, anticipating improved fundraising prospects for the job platform company.

Deutsche Bank initiated coverage on ATI as buy, highlighting its high-quality profile within the aerospace sector.

Wells Fargo initiated coverage on AnaptysBio as overweight, expressing optimism about the biotech company's prospects.

Morgan Stanley reiterated its overweight rating on Microsoft, raising its price target due to the company's strong growth drivers.

MoffettNathanson upgraded DoorDash to buy, acknowledging their previous misjudgment and emphasizing the company's long-term growth potential.

Barclays upgraded Atlassian to overweight, expecting a healthier growth trajectory for the software company.

Bank of America upgraded Nike to buy, noting the company's improving estimates and transformative initiatives.

Citi downgraded Robinhood to sell, citing valuation concerns.

Wells Fargo downgraded Marsh McClennan to equal weight, anticipating slowing growth for the insurance company.

JPMorgan added Qualcomm to its Negative Catalyst Watch, awaiting improvements in smartphone market fundamentals.

Bernstein initiated coverage on Kenvue as underperform, citing market share losses in the consumer health sector.

Needham downgraded Airbnb to hold, citing challenges ahead for the stock.

Scotiabank upgraded Chevron to sector outperform, expecting favorable macroeconomic conditions for the oil and gas giant.

Wells Fargo upgraded Hamilton Insurance to overweight, considering the company's undervaluation.

Piper Sandler reiterated its overweight rating on Meta with an increased price target, anticipating further upside.

Lastly, Wells Fargo reiterated its equal weight rating on Costco, acknowledging its robust sales performance but expressing concerns about valuation.

Editorial Board
Eric Ng
John Liu
Editorial Board
Bryan Curtis
Adan Harris
Managing Editor
Cathy Hills
Associate Editor

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