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Jim Cramer ponders why M&A is just the start of the story and also wonders what a Democratic sweep would do to the markets.
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These securities give us around a 6% head start over the benchmarks.
Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and others maintain trend of positive earnings.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM) ("JPMorgan Chase" or the "Firm") announced today that it has released the results of its 2016 Dodd-Frank Act Mid-Cycle Stress Test for JPMorgan Chase & Co.
The company has a diversified revenue stream and $2.5 trillion in assets.
For years, there were signs that Wells Fargo had a fraudulent account problem. But that didn't stop magazines and research outfits from dubbing them 'best' in the business.
In three debates, the two candidates did not discuss big banks, which suggests that Congress, Sen. Warren and Rep. Hensarling will drive any policy changes for the industry.
California's attorney general requested records on customers for whom unauthorized accounts were opened from 2011 to 2015 as well the identities of employees who set them up.
The market's getting nervous about the prospect of a Democratic landslide, says Jim Cramer.
The market seems unaware of the risks of central bank impotency.
Morgan Stanley's bottom line benefited from steps toward a goal that CEO James Gorman outlined in January of cutting as much as $1 billion in expenses through 2017.
If Silicon Valley's swagger is an economic indicator then things are starting to look up.
For starters, trouble for banks, drugs, energy and M&A.
Chase announced today that Wakefern Food Corp. will accept Chase Pay ® as another way for customers to pay for groceries at ShopRite and The Fresh Grocer stores -- supermarkets that are part of the Wakefern cooperative.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. today announced $20 million for five community development organizations working to create economic opportunity in disadvantaged neighborhoods.
A series of earnings reports show the consumer is out there, spending.
The troubled Italian lender is considering options within competing rescue plans.
On Wednesday, October 19, investors will get quarterly results from Morgan Stanley and remarks from a number of Federal Reserve officials.
Lawmakers need to pass economic stimulus measures to counter slowing productivity, one of the reasons for perpetually low interest rates, says Federal Reserve vice chair Stanley Fischer.
Netflix dominates the market while investors appear confident in banks.
CEO Charles Scharf will be succeeded by former American Express president Alfred Kelly, who says the company's strategy won't change.
The Wall Street investment bank's profit of $4.88 a share was more than $1 higher than analysts estimated, reflecting the bond-trading boom that also benefited rivals like JPMorgan and Citigroup.
The saga surrounding Monte dei Paschi continues as the CEO explores new proposals.
A malaise has once again befallen America, Cramer says.