Apple store at Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street in Shanghai, China, December 16, 2022.
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Top 10 Things to See on Tuesday, January 31st
1. Will speculative stocks continue to outperform? The worst performers in the 2022 market, including cryptocurrencies, SPACs and cloud software stocks, are some of the biggest winners in this year’s rally. please stay away As I wrote on Sunday, I see this as a moment of conversion to maturity stocks in line with the so-called old economy, or real economy.
2. The Dow has many of these real economy stocks, or hard workers. We looked at 30 members to show how they match names owned by trusts.
3. According to UBS, iPhone sell-through, or sales to end users, fell 12% in the fourth quarter of 2022 as a result of supply chain disruptions.It maintained a purchase rating at apple (AAPL). Let’s assume that this is the current consensus and the stock price will be around $130.
Four. Apple is one of nine club stocks to report quarterly results this Thursday.The list includes industrial conglomerates Honeywell International (Book), Starbucks (SBUX) and tech giants alphabet (Google). These reports and conference calls should provide excellent information on the state of the US economy. Here’s a breakdown of Thursday’s schedule, including analyst earnings-per-share and earnings estimates:
Five. McDonald’s (MCD) announced very large numbers, surpassing earnings and earnings estimates. But the market doesn’t like it. Shares fell more than 1% in the premarket.
6. Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) cannot use bankruptcy tricks to absolve tens of thousands of lawsuits over talc products. A US appeals court has ruled that the healthcare conglomerate improperly placed its subsidiary in Chapter 11, even though it was not in financial trouble. I am left confused. The company has already paid $3 billion.
7. Humira’s era as the best-selling drug ends today. Amgen (AMGN) has launched a nearly identical biologic. AbbVie Rheumatoid Arthritis Injectable Treatment (ABBV) expects sales to decline 45% in 2023.
8. caterpillar (CAT) sales increased 20% in Q4 2022, driven by strong demand for construction equipment. It’s been a really great quarter, but stocks have been badly treated in the market.
9. Deutsche Bank sees improved leadership and efficiency. disney (DIS). New CEO Robert Iger will use his own plans to better integrate Hulu.
Ten. A surprising decline in natural gas is something to celebrate as it is used for many things. Prices fell to their lowest in almost two years on Monday thanks to an unseasonably warm winter.
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