Amazon is gaining ground in the battle over clothing, according to new research by Morgan Stanley, which found that 46% of surveyed consumers bought clothes on Amazon in the last year. The internet giant trailed only Walmart, at 60%. A bright spot in the survey for Amazon: It's getting more fashionable. Show More Summary
The following comes from Morgan Stanley analyst Masahiro Ono... - believes the Switch is on its way to being a big hit - projects annual sales of the Switch will grow for the next three years from 8.7 million in 2018 to 18 million in...Show More Summary
Shares of US Steel are getting obliterated Wednesday, losing a quarter of their value after whiffing on earnings and delivering disappointing guidance. US Steel declared a $0.83 per share loss that was far below analysts' expectations for positive earnings of $0.35 per share. Show More Summary
Nintendo's stock is in the middle of its best run in a decade. Shares of the video game console maker are up 61.14% in the last year at ¥27,620 ($31.65 NTDOY ADR). A good portion of that move can be attributed to Nintendo's newest console,...Show More Summary
Business Insider's Matthew DeBord sat down with Morgan Stanley auto and mobility analyst Adam Jonas for Episode 3 of The Bottom Line with Henry Blodget. Jonas has long been bullish on Tesla, but he's never been an unqualified bull. And...Show More Summary
In the summer of 2015, shares of Disney tumbled 24%, from $120 to $91, on concerns that the company would lose revenue as a result of customers "cutting the cord." The worries were specifically focused on ESPN, one of Disney's most profitable properties, which represents 70% of its cable segment. Show More Summary
Analysts are expecting the price people will pay for an iPhone to rise significantly heading into next year. Apple analyst Katy Huberty from Morgan Stanley released a report (via BusinessInsider) predicting iPhone ASP to rise to $753...Show More Summary
Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas says Tesla could add billions in revenue by capturing a slice of the US truck market.
A young hotshot trader just quit Goldman Sachs. Kerri Saperstein, who works in high-yield bond trading, has left the bank, according to people familiar with the matter. She is moving to take a similar role at Morgan Stanley, according...Show More Summary
Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty disagrees with other Apple analysts mostly on one estimate: what the average selling price of an iPhone will be next year. Huberty writes in a research note distributed on Thursday that she estimates...Show More Summary
"A Tesla semi-truck is coming." That's how Morgan Stanley autos and shared mobility analyst Adam Jonas kicked off a research note published on Thursday. Tesla has promised to unveil the semi-truck in September. which if we've read Elon...Show More Summary
LONDON — The Bank of England could be pushed towards hiking interest rates sooner rather than later after parliament voted for a general election to be held in June, according to analysts at US banking giant Morgan Stanley. Writing in...Show More Summary
A near-doubling of fixed-income trading revenue in the first quarter shows that the strategy of James P. Gorman, Morgan Stanley chief, is paying off.
U.S. stocks are rebounding Wednesday morning as strong results from Morgan Stanley and rising bond yields send banks and other financial companies higher. Industrial and basic materials companies are also gaining ground. KEEPING SCORE: The Standard & Poor's 500 index gained 9 points, or 0.4%,...
What's going on in the fixed income, currencies, and commodities business? It's the question that has dominated earnings calls for Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs this week, but for very different reasons. Morgan Stanley reported earnings...Show More Summary
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Following yesterday's surprising Goldman miss, traders were closely watching the results of its closest comp, Morgan Stanley this morning to determine if the Goldman FICC revenue disappointment was systemic or a one-off event. They were...Show More Summary
Morgan Stanley delivered earnings per share of $1 on revenue of $9.7 billion in the first three months of 2017. Analysts expected earnings per share of $0.90 on revenue of $9.3 billion, according to Bloomberg. It's the latest of theShow More Summary