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Thursday, August 11, 2022The Zacks Research Daily presents the best research output of our analyst team. Today's Research Daily features new research reports on 16 major stocks, including PepsiCo
, Inc. (PEP), QUALCOMM
Incorporated (QCOM) and HSBC
Holdings plc (HSBC). These research reports have been hand-picked from the roughly 70 reports published by our analyst team today. You can see all of today’s research reports here >>> PepsiCo’s shares have outperformed the Zacks Beverages - Soft drinks industry over the past year (+16.8% vs. +9.2%) on the back of resilience and strength of global beverage and convenient food businesses. It expects to benefit by delivering convenience, variety and value proposition to customers through its brands. It raised its revenue view for 2022.However, PepsiCo witnessed margin pressures in the second quarter driven by impacts of supply-chain disruptions and inflationary labour, transportation and commodity costs. PEP anticipates incremental input cost inflation for the balance of 2022. Adverse currency rates also remain headwinds.(You can read the full research report on PepsiCo here >>>)QUALCOMM shares have outperformed the Zacks Wireless Equipment industry over the past year (+3.7% vs. -5.4%) as the company continues to enjoy healthy traction in EDGE networking solutions across diverse sectors.The buyout of Arriver will bolster its ability to deliver fully integrated Advanced Driver Assistance System solutions to automakers. The company is well-positioned to benefit from solid 5G traction with greater visibility and diversified businesses to meet its long-term revenue targets.However, Qualcomm faces intense competition from low-cost chip manufacturers. High research and development costs are expected to dent margins, while global chip shortage due to supply-chain disruptions is a headwind. It is susceptible to risks arising from lower handset shipments, especially in China.(You can read the full research report on QUALCOMM here >>>)HSBC’s shares have outperformed the Zacks Banks - Foreign industry over the past year (+22.8% vs. -5.4%). The company’s strong capital position, initiatives to strengthen digital capabilities, an extensive network and improvement in operating efficiency through business restructuring will likely keep aiding growth.Exiting from the U.S. and French retail banking operations is expected to help HSBC focus on Asia. In sync with this, the acquisition of AXA Singapore insurance assets will expand business in the region. Although initiatives to improve market share in the U.K. and China will continue to support financials, these might lead to a rise in costs, which will hurt HSBC’s profits. Yet, HSBC’s product and service leadership in many of the cross-border banking services helps it in widening its customer base.(You can read the full research report on HSBC here >>>)Other noteworthy reports we are featuring today include ServiceNow, Inc. (NOW), Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (ADP), and Illumina, Inc. (ILMN).Sheraz Mian Director of ResearchNote: Sheraz Mian heads the Zacks Equity Research department and is a well-regarded expert of aggregate earnings. He is frequently quoted in the print and electronic media and publishes the weekly Earnings Trends and Earnings Preview reports. If you want an email notification each time Sheraz publishes a new article, please click here>>>Today's Must ReadPepsiCo's (PEP) Investments in Business Drive the Top LineQualcomm (QCOM) Rides on 5G Traction, Diversified BusinessesExpansion Efforts, Restructuring to Aid HSBC Holdings (HSBC)Featured ReportsGrowing Customer Base & Partnerships Aid ServiceNow (NOW)Per the Zacks analyst, ServiceNow benefits from rising adoption of its workflows from companies undergoing digital transformation. Also, strategic alliances with the likes of Microsoft are a tailwind.Strong Business Model Benefits ADP Despite Low Current RatioPer the Zacks analyst, a solid business model, high recurring revenues, healthy margins and low capital expenditure boost ADP. However, a weak current ratio (a measure of liquidity) bothers.High NovaSeq Demand, Galleri Test Sales Aid Illumina (ILMN) The Zacks analyst is encouraged by Illumina's growing number of NovaSeq shipments and consumables orders. Sales contributions GRAIL's Galleri test fees also seem promising.D.R. Horton (DHI) Banks on Growth Strategy & Cost SynergyPer the Zacks analyst, D.R. Horton's industry-leading market share, solid acquisition strategy, well-stocked supply of land, lots and homes, and affordable product offerings abode well.Favorable GRC Lift Edison International (EIX), Wildfire WoePer the Zacks analyst, favorable outcomes from regulatory authorities on GRC (General rate Case) tend to boost Edison International growth. However wildfire risk in its service territories looms largeAPA Corporation (APA) to Gain from Suriname PortfolioThe Zacks analyst believes that APA's significant drilling success in Suriname points to significant cash flow potential but is worried about the oil explorer's high debt burden.Acadia's (ACAD) Sole Drug Nuplazid Aid Growth Amid CompetitionPer the Zacks analyst, only marketed drug Nuplazid is witnessing higher sales and a strong uptake since approval. However, sole dependence on Nuplazid for revenues remains a headwindNew UpgradesPer the Zacks analyst, strong traction of Carlisle's Construction MatePer the Zacks analyst, strong traction of Carlisle's Construction Materials segment, fueled by reroofing market in the United States and growth in the architectural metals platform is likely to drive Paylocity Holding (PCTY) Benefits From Growing Customer BasePer the Zacks Analyst, Paylocity Holding is benefiting from its differentiated employee strategy, comprehensive product offerings and on-demand pay facility, that are helping it win new customers.Sturdy Comps Run to Fuel Grocery Outlet's (GO) Top LinePer the Zacks analyst, Grocery Outlet's opportunistic purchasing, marketing efforts and new product offerings facilitate comparable-store sales growth. Second-quarter comparable-store sales rose 11.2%New DowngradesNVIDIA (NVDA) Hurt by Weakening Demand, Supply Chain IssuesPer the Zacks analyst, NVIDIA is hurt by weakening demand for its gaming chips and ongoing supply-chain issues which is negatively impacting its data center end market business.Escalating Costs & High Debt Hurt Community Health (CYH)Per the Zacks analyst, the company's cost woes can put margins under pressure. Rising debt level remains a concern as it flares up interest expenses.Strength in Global Data Services Aid Intercontinental (ICE)Per the Zacks analyst, Intercontinental is set to grow on solid portfolio, wide range of risk management services, cost synergies and solid capital position. Yet, rising expenses might weigh on marginZacks' Top Picks to Cash in on Electric VehiclesBig money has already been made in the Electric Vehicle (EV) industry. But, the EV revolution has not hit full throttle yet. There is a lot of money to be made as the next push for future technologies ramps up. Zacks’ Special Report reveals 5 picks investorsSee 5 EV Stocks With Extreme Upside Potential >>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 QUALCOMM Incorporated (QCOM): Free Stock Analysis Report Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (ADP): Free Stock Analysis Report PepsiCo, Inc. (PEP): Free Stock Analysis Report Illumina, Inc. (ILMN): Free Stock Analysis Report ServiceNow, Inc. (NOW): Free Stock Analysis Report HSBC Holdings plc (HSBC): Free Stock Analysis Report To read this article on Zacks.com click here. Zacks Investment ResearchWeiter zum vollständigen Artikel bei "Zacks"
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