The rally of GSE common shares overshadowed a weak market on Thursday, as investors wondered when monetary stimulus might slow.
General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt on Tuesday reiterated the firm's plan to keep shrinking its finance arm, hinting at possible spinoffs.
Stocks fell after FOMC meeting minutes showed several members felt it was time for the Federal Reserve to pull back on stimulus efforts.
Finance chief Rick Johnson signals a change of direction for the bank, saying it would 'do something' with its investment in BlackRock shares.
Shareholders voted against splitting CEO James Dimon's two roles by an even wider margin than last year, sending the shares up 1.4%.
The migration to rural areas has led to increased economic losses from tornadoes, even if the number of tornadoes hasn't grown in recent years.
The JPMorgan CEO's excellent track record speaks for itself, and separating his CEO and chairman roles would do nothing for shareholders.
Bank stocks continued their remarkable run on Monday, even though the broad market was flat.
GE Capital will pay even more in dividends to General Electric than it did last year, feeding a huge capital return to shareholders.
With Bank of America's shares trading right at tangible book value, KBW analyst Christopher Mutascio thinks it's time for investors to take a breather.