The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights ASM International, Henkel AG and DuPont de Nemours

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For Immediate ReleaseChicago, IL – June 18, 2024 – announces the list of stocks featured in the Analyst Blog. Every day the Zacks Equity Research analysts discuss the latest news and events impacting stocks and the financial markets. Stocks recently featured in the blog include: ASM International ASMIY, Henkel AG and Co. HENKY and DuPont de Nemours DD.Here are highlights from Monday’s Analyst Blog:Europe, Asia Bank Rates Stay Put: Global Week AheadIn the Global Week Ahead, central bank (CB) decisions in Europe, from the U.K., Switzerland and Norway, are expected to provide more evidence -- that the global rate-cutting dash is slowing to a crawl.Ditto for static central bank (CB) decisions likely taken in Brazil and Mainland China.Meanwhile, June's retail sales data from the United States and Mainland China, will provide a global consumer health check.Next are Reuters' five world market themes, reordered for equity traders—(1) On Thursday, three major European central bank meetings happen.Britain, Switzerland and Norway hold central bank meetings on Thursday.The Bank of England will likely dash any hopes the ruling Conservative party had of a pre-July 4th election interest rate cut.Markets now expect easing later rather than sooner, pricing a roughly 40% chance of an August quarter point move and a 70% chance in September with pay and services inflation sticky.The Swiss National Bank kicked off rate cuts in March. Another cut on Thursday is seen as 50-50 after steady March inflation.Norway, in no rush to cut rates with core inflation around 4%, releases new economic projections.Australia's central bank meets on Tuesday and is not expected to ease for some time.(2) On June 18th, fresh May U.S. Retail Sales numbers land.Investors trying to get a handle on the strength of the U.S. economy — and the timing of Federal Reserve rate cuts which are now not expected before September — will dig into the June 18 monthly retail sales numbers.Retail sales are expected to have risen 0.3% in May, according to a Reuters poll of economists, after they were unexpectedly flat in April.Consumer spending is an area of focus for Wall Street as investors seek to gauge the impact of higher interest rates on the economy. Data earlier this month showed the U.S. economy created far more jobs than expected in May, and annual wage growth picked up again.However, recent data showed U.S. consumer prices were flat in May as cheaper gasoline and other goods offset higher costs for rental housing.(3) Fading hopes for a Mainland China recovery. Home price data due on Monday.Investors are sitting on the sidelines as they await a more robust recovery in China, particularly with the beleaguered property sector continuing to cast a dark cloud over the growth outlook.Data on China's home prices is due on Monday — the first such release after Beijing announced "historic" steps to stabilize the property market last month, though to limited effect so far.May industrial output, urban unemployment rate and retail sales data are all due too, with hopes the latter could point to a stronger uptick after April's disappointment.Still, recent data continues to underscore the need for further stimulus from policymakers with the loan prime rate decision due on Thursday.(4) Where do high cocoa prices go from here?Cocoa prices are back above the watershed $10,000 per metric ton and closing in on all-time highs as the chocolate industry's supply crisis worsens amid global supply shortages due to adverse weather, chronic under-investment in cocoa farms and investor speculation.Top producer Ivory Coast halted cocoa exports for June and forward sales for next season in recent days. Number two Ghana is looking to delay delivery of up to 350,000 tons of beans to next season due to poor crops.Cocoa has more than doubled in price this year, and is now costlier than many metals. Chocolate producers are passing on the burden to consumers or tweaking their products.Fresh production from countries outside of Africa such as Brazil and Ecuador will take time to come to the market.(5) The UEFA European Football Championship kicks off.The UEFA European Football Championship kicks off later on Friday in Munich, and with 24 teams playing 51 matches across 22 match-days, it won't just be Cristiano Ronaldo, Kylian Mbappe and Harry Kane hoping to score big in Germany.German beer halls and companies hope fans will drink more and buy a big TV. Berlin wants the tournament to give its lumbering economy the same kind of lift the sizzling 2006 World Cup did.Kitmakers are pacing — almost two-thirds of the teams are sponsored by Nike and Adidas, including the two big favorites England and France as well as hosts Germany. France, Germany, and England's kit deals are worth over $150 million alone.Here's a few stats to consider: A whopping 330 million people watched the 2020 Italy and England final — well over double that watched the Super Bowl.Top Zacks #1 Rank (STRONG BUY) StocksThis week, I chose two European stocks, and one big U.S. chemical maker.(1) ASM International: This is a $747 share price stock, found in the Semiconductor – Communications industry, with a market cap of $36.9B. I see a Zacks Value score of F, a Zacks Growth score of D and a Zacks Momentum score of B.ASM International is a leading supplier of equipment and solutions used to produce semiconductor devices, or integrated circuits, for both the front-end and back-end segments of the semiconductor market.The company enables the customers to lower their production costs by providing leading-edge technology solutions and efficient manufacturing processes.The company also designs, manufactures and sells equipment that deposits thin films, or layers, of electronically insulating or conductive material onto silicon wafers.(2) Henkel AG and Co.: This is a $20 share price stock, found in the Soap & Cleaning industry, with a market cap of $35.1B. I see a Zacks Value score of C, a Zacks Growth score of C and a Zacks Momentum score of C.Henkel AG ADR's principal activities are divided into four product divisions:(a) Henkel technologies-industrial adhesives, contact adhesives and sealant(b) Cosmetics/toiletries-hair cosmetics, toiletries, oral and skin care, hair salon products(c) Detergents/household cleaners-heavy duty and specialty detergents, fabric softeners, household cleansers, kitchen care products, shoe care products, plant care products(d) Adhesives-adhesives, contact adhesives and sealant for consumer and craftsman(3) DuPont de Nemours: This is a $80 share price stock, found in the Diversified Chemicals industry, with a market cap of $34.5B. I see a Zacks Value score of D, a Zacks Growth score of C and a Zacks Momentum score of F.DuPont de Nemours, Inc., which was formerly known as DowDuPont Inc., started trading as a stand-alone company on June 3rd, 2019 following the separation of its Agriculture division through the spin-off of Corteva, Inc.Following the Corteva separation, DuPont now holds the specialty products business of the former DowDuPont.DuPont provides technology-based materials, ingredients and solutions. It serves markets including electronics, transportation, construction, health and wellness, food and worker safety. The company, which recorded revenues of $12.1 billion in 2023, has strong geographic, customer and end-market diversification and leading positions in core markets with businesses aligned with high-growth market trends.Effective first-quarter 2021, the company realigned its businesses to three segments — Electronics & Industrial, Mobility & Materials and Water & Protection.DuPont, in February 2022, agreed to divest a majority of the Mobility & Materials (M&M) division to Celanese Corporation. The deal was completed on Nov 1, 2022.Following the divestment, DuPont currently has two segments: Electronics & Industrial and Water & Protection.Electronics & Industrial: The segment is a leading supplier of differentiated materials and systems for a vast range of consumer electronics including electronics, mobile devices, television monitors and personal computers used in a number of industries. Products and technologies include chemical mechanical planarization consumables, semiconductor fabrication materials, circuit packaging film and laminate materials, digital inks, organic light emitting diode and other display process materials. It accounted for 44% of 2023 sales.Water & Protection: The unit provides engineered products and integrated systems for a range of industries including water purification and separation, aerospace, energy, medical packaging, worker safety and building materials. Key products include Kevlar fiber, Nomex fiber and paper and Tyvek protective materials. It accounted for 47% of 2023 sales.Corporate & Other, which includes the retained businesses and certain divested businesses, accounted for 9% of 2023 sales.Why Haven't You Looked at Zacks' Top Stocks? Since 2000, our top stock-picking strategies have blown away the S&P's +7.0 average gain per year. Amazingly, they soared with average gains of +44.9%, +48.4% and +55.2% per year.Today you can access their live picks without cost or obligation.See Stocks Free >>Media ContactZacks Investment Research800-767-3771 ext.                                                                               Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Inherent in any investment is the potential for loss. This material is being provided for informational purposes only and nothing herein constitutes investment, legal, accounting or tax advice, or a recommendation to buy, sell or hold a security. No recommendation or advice is being given as to whether any investment is suitable for a particular investor. It should not be assumed that any investments in securities, companies, sectors or markets identified and described were or will be profitable. All information is current as of the date of herein and is subject to change without notice. Any views or opinions expressed may not reflect those of the firm as a whole. Zacks Investment Research does not engage in investment banking, market making or asset management activities of any securities. These returns are from hypothetical portfolios consisting of stocks with Zacks Rank = 1 that were rebalanced monthly with zero transaction costs. These are not the returns of actual portfolios of stocks. The S&P 500 is an unmanaged index. Visit for information about the performance numbers displayed in this press release.Where Will Stocks Go…If Biden Wins? If Trump Wins?The answers may surprise you.Since 1950, even after negative midterm years, the market has never had a lower presidential election year. With voters energized and engaged, the market has been almost unrelentingly bullish no matter which party wins!Now is the time to download Zacks' free Special Report with 5 stocks that offer extreme upside for both Democrats and Republicans…1. Medical manufacturer has gained +11,000% in the last 15 years.2. Rental company is absolutely crushing its sector.3. Energy powerhouse plans to grow its already large dividend by 25%.4. Aerospace and defense standout just landed a potentially $80 billion contract.5. Giant Chipmaker is building huge plants in the U.S. Hurry, Download Special Report FREE >>Want the latest recommendations from Zacks Investment Research? Today, you can download 7 Best Stocks for the Next 30 Days. Click to get this free report DuPont de Nemours, Inc. (DD): Free Stock Analysis Report Henkel AG & Co. (HENKY): Free Stock Analysis Report ASM International NV (ASMIY): Free Stock Analysis ReportTo read this article on click here.Zacks Investment ResearchWeiter zum vollständigen Artikel bei Zacks

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