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Participant cut to underperform by Wolfe Research, stock AI stock fell more than 5% on Monday

Wolfe Research downgraded the enterprise software company, citing concerns about spending.

Analyst Joshua Tilton lowered his rating on (AI) to underperform from peer perform, while setting a per-share price target of $14, noting that there are “significant risks” to fiscal 2024 revenue growth, as spending budgets are likely to be impacted by a “negative macro outlook.”

Additionally, Tilton noted that companies are continuing to consolidate their spending on software, “which in our view, threatens the uptake of’s newly introduced consumption model.”

Led by CEO Thomas Siebel, (AI) shares have gained more than 80% year-to-date and were up more than 200% earlier this month.

Other artificial intelligence-linked stocks were mixed following Tilton’s (AI) downgrade, as SoundHound AI (SOUN) traded higher, while (BBAI) slipped.