"What did you want to own from 1989 to 2000? You wanted to own the Ciscos of the world. The same is going to be true for the metaverse," Simon Powell said.
New polling from Harris suggests Gen Zs are far from convinced that the metaverse is the future, despite excitement among investors and big companies.
Tesla could become the 'everything energy company' in the same way Amazon is the 'everything store,' according to Jefferies' Philippe Houchois.
"The only thing that's really gonna knock the oil price down is new lockdowns in the Western world," Jefferies strategist Christopher Wood told CNBC.
Holiday shopping might still be chaos this year, but shipping should be back to normal by winter of 2022.
The company's new facilities in Berlin and Austin, Texas, will help it ramp up production, the analysts said.
Thrifting is booming thanks to Gen Zers searching for sustainable, Y2K clothes. But wealthy Gen Zers dropping big on thrifting are sending prices up.
Migration away from urban areas "has largely ceased" and the next few months will show just how fast cities can recover, UBS economists said Monday.
Jefferies raised its Tesla price target to $850 from $700, citing immense earnings upside in the future.
Banks urged workers to return to New York City offices, while tech giants delayed return-to-work plans. It's creating a huge divergence in city life.
Exurbs are more rural than suburbs, offer cheaper housing, more space, and a manageable commute to cities. They're a hotter pandemic destination, too.
Wall Street's return to work could be boosting New York occupancy, Jefferies said, citing USPS data. The opposite looks to be happening with Big Tech.
Some hedge funds and other institutional investors face higher collateral requirements or are limited in shorting certain stocks, Bloomberg reports.
Jefferies' global head of equity strategy is still bullish on crypto, though he added there is room for debate about which assets should be owned.
Microsoft, Intuit, Adobe, and Wix are four of analyst Brent Thill's top picks in the tech sectors despite an ongoing "buyers' strike."
Labor shortages likely played a sizable role slowing job growth, but "I'm not quite ready to throw in the towel yet," Aneta Markowska told Insider.
Tilray shares could rise by 119%, said Jefferies, which upgraded the cannabis company to 'buy' from 'underperform' on Friday.
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