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Even with a trifecta of worries, stocks hold tight thanks to decisive U.S. action in Syria, says Jim Cramer.
Andrew Young, John Hope Bryant to honor civil rights leader
Employees encouraged to boost community involvement
Investors in First Horizon National Corp saw new options begin trading today, for the November 17th expiration. One of the key inputs that goes into the price an option buyer is willing to pay, is the time value, so with 242 days until expiration the newly trading contracts represent a possible opportunity for sellers of puts or calls to achieve a higher premium than would be available for the contracts with a closer expiration.
FHN could achieve higher highs in the long term, but it looks vulnerable to further short-term declines.
NAFE honors First Tennessee's parent company for female leadership
Bull market number one, perhaps of all time: the financials.
First Tennessee recognized for excellence in middle market, small business banking
In recent trading, shares of First Horizon National Corp have crossed above the average analyst 12-month target price of $20.15, changing hands for $20.57/share. When a stock reaches the target an analyst has set, the analyst logically has two ways to react: downgrade on valuation, or, re-adjust their target price to a higher level.
Cramer shares his views on why selling Bank of America should not be easy and examines the big waves from a small-business survey.
Jim Cramer highlights bank, health-care companies reporting next week and what to watch.
Cramer interviews CEO Bryan Jordan on how this regional bank is positioned for growth in 2017.
Jim Cramer argues that short-selling the banks makes little sense. Investors need to realize this sector has catalysts to take it higher over time.
Jim Cramer looks at Wells Fargo and previews Morgan Stanley's earnings.
While all the attention is on big banks and their earnings, here's one bank that shows why bank sector stocks have never been healthier -- or cheaper.
After Trump, investors need to look at banks in a wholly different light.
These heavily shorted stocks could get squeezed much higher if they report positive earnings this week.
In the week ahead, big banks release earnings, and Trump meets the press. Expectations are high, but traders could face disappointment.
Cramer tells us why he's already sick of Dow 20,000, and also talks about animal spirits.
Consumer lenders like American Express and Discover could benefit under looser financial regulations under the Trump administration, says S&P Capital IQ.
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