JPMorgan Chase News
As part of its Strategy 2015+ to focus on core and profitable operations as well as strengthen balance sheet, Deutsche Bank announced plans to cut down its commodity business across the globe.
Even fears of a quantitatve easing taper can’t hold back the Dow today.
Better-than-expected data on November's employment situation sent the Dow soaring by triple digits, but Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase, and Visa aren't climbing as much as other stocks. Find out why.
On Wednesday, European Union antitrust officials penalized 8 major international banks, accusing them of manipulation of benchmark interest rates. The total penalty amount summed to $2.3 billion (???1.7 billion).
View that Federal Reserve’s tapering may happen sooner than later
Many stand to get crushed under the weight of Dodd-Frank.
Even using 'very conservative' assumptions, KBW expects most large-cap U.S. banks to be approved by the Federal Reserve for huge increases in capital returns to investors next year.
The Dow component leading the way higher looks to be JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM), which is sporting a four-cent gain to $55.86.
Citigroup was downgraded by Deutsche Bank and Goldman, but KBW analyst Fredrick Cannon still thinks Citi "remains a compelling investment."
The Dow's losing streak reached five consecutive days today as investors feared the Fed's reaction to strong economic news. Find out why Microsoft and JPMorgan fell even as Intel rose.
Wells Fargo, US Bancorp, and JPMorgan Chase all did well during the financial crisis. But none held a candle to Sweden's Svenska Handelsbanken.
Bank of America Corporation recently settled a lawsuit related to its manipulation of the municipal derivatives contract.
JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup will have to pay up for their part in alleging helping to fix the LIBOR, while Bank of America reaps fees from a big IPO in Asia and Wells Fargo keeps a wary eye on growing mortgage rates.
The biggest stories from Thursday’s world of finance.