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Stock futures are lower.
Policy changes could have a major impact on JPMorgan's earnings.
The second-quarter earnings season picks up speed.
The chess game continues.
Cabela shareholders will vote on the deal July 11.
The banks are expected, in aggregate, to increase their distributions to nearly 100% of their net earnings over the next four quarters. However, some did better than others.
A tech selloff yields big Wall Street losses.
A study of analyst recommendations at the major brokerages shows that Capital One Financial Corp is the #72 broker analyst pick among those stocks screened by The Online Investor for strong stock buyback activity. To make that list, a stock must have repurchased at least 5% of its outstanding shares over the trailing twelve month period.
Bank rally cannot offset tech slump.
The dividend and stock-buyback plans of all 34 of the country's biggest banks won approval from the Federal Reserve, but it was a close call for some.
After passing the Fed's stress tests, banks reward their long-suffering shareholders.
U.S. stock futures suggest a mixed start for Wall Street on Thursday, ahead of economic growth figures for the world's largest economy.
The Oracle of Omaha isn't the only investor likely to benefit from Federal Reserve stress-test results, but his gains will be measured in the billions.
Some big banks including Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan barely passed a new test that considers off-balance sheet assets. Even so, most are hiking payouts over the next year.
Capital One expects to repurchase up to $1.85 billion of shares of common stock through the end of the second quarter of 2018; expects to maintain current quarterly dividend of $0.40 per share
Capital One Commercial Bank Study Reveals Middle-Market Companies Expect Disruption But May Be Unprepared for Potential Downside
The network will allow bank customers to instantly send each other money, giving it a leg up over Venmo.
After talking to cloud users, one Wall Street firm boosts its price target.
Jim Cramer says it's more than just the cloud. There are some astounding moves in the broader tech sector, too.
U.S. auto lending has surged in recent years to a record $1.1 trillion, partly fueled by low interest rates and low downpayment requirements. Now delinquencies are starting to rise.
Even though first-quarter earnings have come in a bit better than expected, we continue to see a downward move in expectations for the current quarter.
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