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47 Mins Ago

Rivian pops on earnings, strong production guidance

Rivian Automotive shares jumped more than 8% before the bell after the electric vehicle maker posted stronger-than-expected results for the third quarter and production guidance.

The company posted a GAAP loss of $1.44 per share, versus a loss of $1.88 per share a year ago. Revenue came in at $1.34 billion and slightly ahead of the $1.32 billion expected by analysts polled by StreetAccount.

Rivian also got a boost from strong full-year production guidance, which the company lifted to 54,000. The company also said it would end its exclusivity with Amazon, allowing other companies to purchase its vans.

— Samantha Subin

An Hour Ago

Mortgage rates see biggest weekly drop in over a year

The average contract interest rate for 30-year fixed-rate mortgages with conforming loan balances fell last week to 7.61% from 7.86% for the largest one-week decline in over a year.

Amid the pullback, total mortgage application volume rose 2.5% last week from a year ago, according to the the Mortgage Bankers Association’s seasonally adjusted index.

— Diana Olick, Samantha Subin

2 Hours Ago

Recent market gains come amid Fed tone change, Fundstrat’s Tom Lee says

Tom Lee thinks the skepticism around the early November rally may be unwarranted.

“These gains have come on the heels of a change in tone from the Fed (‘dovish’) and at a time when economic data remains supportive of a soft landing (cooling inflation),” wrote Lee, head of research at Fundstrat.

“In terms of market internals, there has been a substantial improvement with better market breadth and continued follow through,” he added.

The S&P 500 is riding its longest daily winning streak since 2021. It’s also up more than 4% so far in November.

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SPX in November

9 Hours Ago

New Zealand’s inflation expectations fall to two-year low in fourth quarter

New Zealand’s inflation forecast dropped to a two-year low in the fourth quarter, a Reserve Bank of New Zealand survey showed.

The RBNZ’s two-year inflation expectations, viewed as roughly the time frame when the central bank’s monetary policy action will translate to prices, fell to 2.76% from 2.83% in the previous quarter ending September.

The annual price increases for one-year-ahead was expected to cool to 3.60%, from 4.17% previously.

One-year-ahead expectation for annual wage inflation was 4.43%, down from 5.04% in the third quarter, while the two-year-ahead expectation for annual wage inflation was at 3.53%, lower than the last quarter’s 3.66%.

The survey highlights that the central bank’s interest rate hiking cycle has shown signs of bringing down price pressures. The RBNZ will hold its next policy meeting on Nov. 29.

— Shreyashi Sanyal

12 Hours Ago

CNBC Pro: These are the stocks that will benefit — and lose out — from the wellness trend, Morgan Stanley says

From nutrition to beauty, a “global shift to wellness” is taking place — not just among consumers but also governments, Morgan Stanley says.

The Covid-19 pandemic was a big factor behind the rising focus on weight and its implications for health, the investment bank noted, though it added that wellness goes beyond weight loss and also encompasses fitness, nutrition, appearance, sleep and mindfulness.

CNBC Pro takes a look at the stocks Morgan Stanley says will be affected — both positively and negatively.

Subscribers can read more here.

— Weizhen Tan

13 Hours Ago

Japan business sentiment improves as Reuters Tankan survey shows rise in November

Confidence among large Japanese manufacturers rose in November, according to the Reuters Tankan survey, which measures business sentiment among large Japanese companies.

This is the first time that the index improved since August, while service-sector mood rose for a second month.

Manufacturers’ sentiment index rose to +6 in November versus +4 in October, and the service-sector index was at +27 above +24 last month.

The survey underscored a patchy economic recovery and a challenging outlook for Japan manufacturers.

It also mirrored a similar improvement seen in the Bank of Japan’s closely watched quarterly tankan survey.

A positive figure means that optimistic respondents outnumber pessimists, and vice versa.

— Shreyashi Sanyal

21 Hours Ago

CNBC Pro: ‘The gift that keeps on giving’: Morgan Stanley likes the memory sector and picks its top stocks

The tech theme has been reigning supreme this year and one segment in particular stands out to Morgan Stanley: the memory sector.

Calling it “the gift that keeps on giving,” the investment bank notes that the sector’s “pricing power is now among the best in tech, and still in early recovery stage.”

The bank reveals its “top picks” and “preferred plays.”

CNBC Pro subscribers can read more here.

— Amala Balakrishner

13 Hours Ago

Apple had the most positive impact on the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite on Tuesday

Tuesday’s trading session marked the longest stretch of positive days since November 2021 for both the S&P 500 and Nasdaq Composite indexes.

The S&P 500 gained 0.28%. The stock with the most positive impact on the index was Apple, which gained about 1.5%.

Apple also had the most positive impact on the Nasdaq Composite. The tech-heavy index was up 0.9%.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained about 57 points, or 0.17%, to notch its longest winning streak since July. Salesforce had the most positive impact on the 30-stock index.

— Lisa Kailai Han, Chris Hayes

14 Hours Ago

Stocks making the biggest moves after hours: eBay, Toast and more

These are the stocks moving the most in extended market trading:

  • Robinhood — Shares of the trading platform app slid more than 8%. Robinhood posted third-quarter revenue of $467 million, compared to analysts’ estimate of $478 million, per LSEG.
  • eBay — Shares of the e-commerce giant dropped 6%. Third-quarter revenues came in at $2.5 billion, in line with analysts’ expectations, per LSEG.
  • Toast – Shares dropped 17% in extended trading. Toast, a provider of restaurant point-of-sale systems, posted a third-quarter loss of 9 cents per share, while analysts polled by LSEG anticipated earnings of 10 cents per share.

Read the full list of stocks moving here.

— Lisa Kailai Han

14 Hours Ago

Stock futures are little changed

Stock futures traded near flat Tuesday night.

Dow futures ticked up around 0.04% after 6 p.m. ET, while S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 futures were both marginally around flat.

— Lisa Kailai Han

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