MS

Morgan Stanley
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48.59
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After Hours: 48.59 0 0.00% 17:38 10/27 EDT
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LOW
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52 WEEK HIGH
57.57
52 WEEK LOW
27.20
MARKET CAP
87.94B
P/E (TTM)
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Cramer Gives His Opinion On Nordstrom, American Airlines And More
On CNBC's "Mad Money Lightning Round," Jim Cramer said Focus Financial Partners Inc (NASDAQ: FOCS) is very good, but a little more expensive than Morgan Stanley
Benzinga · 4h ago
Cowen sees big banks' capital requirements rising if Biden wins
Expect big bank capital requirements to tighten if Joe Biden wins the presidency, but don't expect a radical departure from the existing regime, writes Jaret Selberg of Cowen Washington Research
Seekingalpha · 6h ago
New Morgan Stanley Report Reveals Equity Compensation Plans Are Growing and Going Digital at Private Companies, While Administrative Challenges Remain
Shareworks by Morgan Stanley, a leading equity plan management platform and division of Morgan Stanley at Work, today released new proprietary research revealing that more private companies are digitizing their equity plans to help streamline the administrative burden, increase transparency and communication among employees. Despite the growing importance of equity compensation as a means to attract and retain employees, the report found that administering these plans remains challenging for equity plan administrators.
Business Wire · 7h ago
Markets Heading Higher No Matter Who's Elected: Morgan Stanley
Andrew Slimmon, senior portfolio manager at Morgan Stanley Investment Management, says he's not surprised by the recent pullback in stocks, but he says markets will head higher into 2021 no matter who wins the election. He appears on "Bloomberg Surveillance." (Source: Bloomberg)
Bloomberg · 8h ago
AMD Agrees to Buy Chipmaker Xilinx in $35 Billion All-Stock Deal
(Bloomberg) -- Advanced Micro Devices Inc. agreed to buy Xilinx Inc. for $35 billion in stock, taking the chipmaker into more diverse and profitable markets and adding to its data center offerings.Xilinx investors will get 1.7234 AMD shares for each Xilinx stock they own. That values Xilinx at about $143 a share, 25% more than the closing price on Monday and 35% above the price before news of a possible deal was reported earlier in October.The deal is a coup for AMD Chief Executive Officer Lisa Su, creating a company with a larger research-and-development budget and a broader array of products to take on Intel Corp.Since taking over in 2014 when AMD was in crisis, she has slashed debt and overseen the development of more powerful processors. Revenue and profit have surged and the stock has soared. Now Su is using that currency to snap up a company with complementary products that generate steady cash flow.Some investors and analysts were concerned that AMD might borrow heavily to pay for a Xilinx acquisition, repeating costly mistakes from more than a decade ago. The all-stock deal unveiled on Tuesday should calm those fears.Read more: AMD Tries to Avoid Past Debt-Ridden Deal MistakesAMD also reported third-quarter results that beat Wall Street estimates and gave a strong revenue forecast for the current period, buoying confidence in Su’s ability to absorb Xilinx and continue growing the combined company. Sales in the fourth quarter will be about $3 billion, a jump of 41% from a year earlier. On average analysts had projected $2.62 billion. That follows an increase of 56% in the third quarter due to demand for PC, gaming and data center processors. That’s a contrast to Intel, which recently reported a surprise drop in data center chip sales.The acquisition still needs to be approved by shareholders and regulators, including authorities in China. AMD estimated that will take about 18 months. When it closes, the deal will immediately improve AMD’s profitability, cash flow and revenue growth, AMD said in a statement. AMD shareholders will own 74% of the new company. AMD will pay Xilinx $1.5 billion if it terminates the deal, while Xilinx has agreed to pay $1 billion if it calls off the transaction, according to a regulatory filing.“This is truly a compelling combination that will create significant value for all stakeholders, including AMD and Xilinx shareholders who will benefit from the future growth and upside potential of the combined company,” Su said in the statement. She will be CEO and Xilinx’s Victor Peng will be president overseeing the Xilinx business and strategic growth initiatives.Read more about the AMD CEO hereThe deal will give Su more of the pieces she needs to break Intel’s stranglehold on the profitable market for data center computer components. Xilinx, based in San Jose, California, makes field programmable gate arrays, or FPGAs. That kind of chip is unique because its function can be altered by software, even after it’s been installed in a piece of machinery.FPGAs are used in wireless networks, so the purchase will give AMD new telecommunications customers just as that industry spends billions of dollars to build fifth-generation, or 5G, services. Xilinx is also rapidly expanding in data centers, where its chips accelerate computing and help connect servers. The other major FPGA supplier is Intel, which gained its market position through the purchase of Altera Corp. in 2015.Xilinx last week reported quarterly data center sales were up 30% and now account for 14% of total revenue. While it generates less revenue than AMD, Xilinx is more profitable.The transaction is partly driven by the growth of big cloud-computing providers such as Amazon.com Inc. and Alphabet Inc.’s Google. Those companies are spending heavily on new data centers to meet a surge in demand for computing power delivered via the internet. They’ve become major purchasers of server chips, which run thousands of computers that are packed into these data centers.The cloud providers are also racing to enhance services, such as search, with artificial intelligence software, and many companies are experimenting with building their own hardware to do so. That’s putting greater pressure on chipmakers to improve their offerings.At the same time, devices in some of Xilinx’s traditional markets, such as automotive and networking, are increasingly taking on more of the attributes of computers. AMD currently doesn’t have access to those customers, while Intel does.Credit Suisse and DBO Partners advised AMD. Morgan Stanley advised Xilinx.(Updates with fourth-quarter forecast, termination fee.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
Bloomberg · 9h ago
Alphabet, Facebook and other tech giants could benefit from surprise ad rebound in Q3, analysts predict
A recovery for the advertising market could mean bright things for the big tech companies' ads businesses when they report earnings later this week.
CNBC.com · 9h ago
Ant Banks Could Enjoy Fee Pool of up to $396 Million: ECM Watch
The banks working on the Hong Kong leg of Ant Group Co.’s record-breaking initial public offering are looking at a windfall of as much as $396 million, although in percentage terms it is less than the city’s average for big deals.
Bloomberg · 12h ago
Jack Ma’s Ant Plans Early Book Close for Hong Kong IPO
(Bloomberg) -- Jack Ma’s Ant Group Co. is planning to stop taking investor orders for the Hong Kong leg of its initial public offering a day earlier than scheduled as the share sale has already been heavily subscribed, according to people familiar with the matter.The Hangzhou-based fintech giant is set to close the institutional investor order book on Wednesday, said the people, requesting not to be named because the matter is private. The company was initially planning to close the book at 5 p.m. Thursday for each region, according to terms of the deal obtained by Bloomberg News. The potential move would bring the book close in line with the Shanghai leg of its IPO, which is wrapping up on Wednesday.Ant’s Hong Kong IPO is already multiple times oversubscribed, one of the people said. A representative for Ant declined to comment.Ant is seeking to raise about $34.5 billion through initial public offerings in Shanghai and Hong Kong, a blockbuster listing that will rank as the biggest IPO ever and make it one of the most valuable finance firms on the planet. The fintech giant will have a market value of about $315 billion based on filings Monday, about the same valuation as JPMorgan Chase & Co. and four times larger than Goldman Sachs Group Inc. The sale vaults Ma’s fortune above the Walmart Inc. heirs.The IPO is attracting interest from some of the world’s biggest money managers, and sparking a frenzy among individual investors in China clamoring for a piece of the sale. In the preliminary price consultation of its Shanghai IPO, institutional investors subscribed for over 76 billion shares, more than 284 times the initial offline offering tranche, according to Ant’s Shanghai offering announcement.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.
Bloomberg · 19h ago
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The average MS stock price target is 61.46 with a high estimate of 85.00 and a low estimate of 50.00.
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Institutional Holdings
Institutions: 1.50K
Institutional Holdings: 1.69B
% Owned: 93.38%
Shares Outstanding: 1.81B
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James Gorman
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Jonathan Pruzan
Chief Human Resource Officer/Executive Vice President
Jeffrey Brodsky
Executive Vice President/Chief Risk Officer
Keishi Hotsuki
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Eric Grossman
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Edward Pick
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Robert Rooney
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Andrew Saperstein
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Daniel Simkowitz
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Thomas Glocer
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Nobuyuki Hirano
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Takeshi Ogasawara
Independent Director
Elizabeth Corley
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Alistair Darling
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Robert Herz
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Shelley Leibowitz
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Stephen Luczo
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Judith Miscik
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Dennis Nally
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Hutham Olayan
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Mary Schapiro
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Perry Traquina
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Rayford Wilkins
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About MS
Morgan Stanley is a financial holding company. The Company's segments include Institutional Securities, Wealth Management and Investment Management. The Company's Institutional Securities business segment provides investment banking, sales and trading, and other services to corporations, governments, financial institutions and high-to-ultra high net worth clients. The Company's Wealth Management business segment provides an array of financial services and solutions to individual investors and small-to-medium sized businesses and institutions covering brokerage and investment advisory services, market-making activities in fixed income securities, financial and wealth planning services, annuity and insurance products, credit and other lending products, banking and retirement plan services. The Company's Investment Management business segment provides a range of investment strategies and products.
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