Boeing Ready for 2023 Takeoff
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Boeing Ready for 2023 Takeoff

And Credit Suisse loses an investor.

Steven Lerner
Steven Lerner

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Boeing Ready for 2023 Takeoff

Investing in Boeing (NYSE: BA) might be a great idea for stock investors in 2023, says Daniel Dusina (the director of investments at Blue Chip Partners) in a new episode of the Early Bird podcast.

Details: After dealing with challenges during the pandemic, Dusina says that Boeing is a good turnaround story to invest in.

Catalysts: Dusina likes Boeing because of the current recovery in the travel industry, rising delivery rates for commercial airspace manufacturers, and because airlines are ready to retire their old airplanes in order to buy new ones.

But: There are still risks with Boeing. Dusina said that those concerns could include issues with supply chain challenges and air traffic growth.

Final Thoughts: What will happen to Boeing if there’s a recession? Is there still room for Boeing, which is up 10% in the last year, to grow? Dusina explains everything in a new episode of the Early Bird podcast.


Notable Earnings Today: Ciena (NYSE: CIEN), HighPeak Energy (Nasdaq: HPK), Nutanix (Nasdaq: NTNX), Biodesix (Nasdaq: BDSX), (Nasdaq: TCOM), Adaptimmune (Nasdaq: ADAP), Domo (Nasdaq: DOMO), Lordstown Motors (Nasdaq: RIDE), AeroVironment (Nasdaq: AVAV), L.B. Foster (Nasdaq: FSTR), Cara Therapeutics (Nasdaq: CARA), Science 37 Holdings (Nasdaq: SNCE), Guidewire Software (NYSE; GWRE), Passage Bio (Nasdaq: PASG), CECO Environmental (Nasdaq: CECO), Dave (Nasdaq: DAVE), Quanterix (Nasdaq: QTRX), WW (Nasdaq: WW), Calavo Growers (Nasdaq: CVGW). 

Notable IPOs Today:  Inpixon Common Stock Ex-distribution When Issued (Nasdaq: INPXV), CXApp Inc. Class A Common Stock When Issued (Nasdaq: CXAIV).

Notable Equity Crowdfunding Campaigns Ending Today: EV Solar Kits (MicroVentures), StartupWind (StartEngine), Mayes NYC (Honeycomb).

Notable Economic Events Today: Factory Orders (10:00 a.m. ET).

Credit Suisse Reportedly Loses Top Investor

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The top shareholder for the financial services giant Credit Suisse (NYSE: CS) has reportedly sold its entire stake in the company.

Details: The Financial Times reported on Sunday that investment manager Harris Associates, which owned as much as 10% of Credit Suisse last year, has now divested completely. Harris Associates said that it sold its shares because of “a question about the future of the franchise.”

Background: Last year was Credit Suisse’s biggest annual loss since the financial crisis in 2008. Customers withdrew a lot of funds from the bank during the final three months of 2022.

Stock Price: Shares of Credit Suisse are down 56% in the last 12 months and are down 13% in the last 30 days.

Final Thoughts: Bank stocks are still solid investments, but Credit Suisse is in financial trouble.

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