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Jim Cramer weighs in on JPMorgan Chase, VF Corp., Anadarko Petroleum, Okta, Portola Pharmaceuticals, JD.com and more.
Jim Cramer warns: Don't blink or you'll miss this market movement. He looks at what's got investors' attention: Boeing, China, retailers and rotations.
Jim provides takeaways from Goldman Sachs' initiation of Disney, and also discusses the Viacom /T-Mobile deal, Jamie Dimon's letter to shareholders, Lam Research, Facebook, Amazon and more!
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon says he doesn't currently expect the U.S. economy to tip into recession, but the risks are growing from 'bad policy,' and he lamented the loss of certainty in American global leadership. Spoiler alert: He didn't mention President Donald Trump.
JPMorgan Jamie Dimon, an often-suggested candidate for a future Presidential candidacy, waded into the current political debate of the nature of American capitalism Thursday in his annual letter to shareholders of the country's biggest bank.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM) ("JPMorgan Chase" or the "Firm") has released its 2018 Annual Report, including letters from its Chairman & CEO and other business heads.
Jim Cramer thinks that the Apple credit card is a big deal for the tech company.
Regulators have warned against the creeping use of technology in traditionally human-intensive decisions like whether to make a loan, and at what interest rate. But a new study shows that the online platform LendingClub might be just as good at lending as the largest banks.
As previously announced, JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) ("JPMorgan Chase" or the "Firm") will host a conference call to review first-quarter 2019 financial results on Friday, April 12, 2019 at 8:30 a.
Despite buoyant stock markets in the first quarter and a rally in Treasury bonds, the biggest U.S. banks probably suffered steep declines in trading and investment-banking revenue during the period, partly due to the U.S. government's shutdown, according to Goldman Sachs analysts.
Half of the world's largest corporations receive a failing grade in the Arjuna Capital/Proxy Impact report.
WisdomTree Investments, a specialist in exchange-traded funds, could be an attractive takeover candidate for big money managers looking to catch up in the fast-growing ETF industry, according to Credit Suisse.
Bitcoin prices spiked higher Tuesday, briefly topping the $5,000 mark for the first time in nearly five months, in a move that has left market watchers bewildered by the mysterious surge.
Citigroup's first quarter financial results, scheduled to come out April 15, will be a good indicator of the health of the entire financial services sector. How will the company and its peers weather the fears over potential macroeconomic turbulence?
Markets move higher as investors shrug off slowing growth to focus on U.S.-China Trade Deal hopes.
There's still gains to find in financials.
As a trader, I very well may participate in Lyft stock. As an investor? No thank you.
The retirement of Wells Fargo chief executive Tim Sloan could help give the scandal-plagued bank a clean slate after sanctions from regulators, attacks from lawmakers and growing shareholder dismay.
Jim Cramer explains why he is more than ready to jump on the Apple bandwagon following Tuesday's event.
Randal Quarles, the Federal Reserve's vice chair for supervision, says regulators need to be vigilant about new risks from lenders that operate outside of the strictest banking-industry rules - as well as from the increasing push by technology companies into lending and asset management.
Chase and ESSENCE today announced the launch of Currency Conversations, a new campaign created to help black women across America achieve financial success.
JPMorgan Chase, the biggest U.S. bank, is eliminating hundreds of workers after an annual review of staffing levels in its asset- and wealth-management division.
DepositAccounts.com, which tracks the savings industry, says in a new report that banks are increasing early withdrawal penalties on certificates of deposit, making it harder for savers to exit and reinvest in higher-paying products as interest rates rise.
Here's what Jim Cramer thinks about the financial sector.
Apple shares shares were firmly higher Tuesday after the world's biggest tech company unveiled a raft of new businesses, spanning from online streaming to credit cards, amid it leveraging the loyalty of its 1.4 billion customers as it moves to become less reliant on iPhone sales and focus on subscription and services revenues.
According to the New York State Comptroller's office, the average bonus paid to securities-industry employees in New York City declined by 17% to $153,700. But Wall Street bankers and traders still make roughly five times more, on average, than workers in other industries.
Jim Cramer explains why he likes Apple's new services and the activist interest in Bed Bath & Beyond.
Jim Cramer is watching the Apple services stream and the activist action in Bed Bath & Beyond. What does it all mean for the markets?
The digital version of Apple's new credit card with Goldman Sachs and Mastercard will give customers 2% cash back on all purchases made using Apple Pay technology. That could be a tough offer to resist, since the average cash-rewards card pays roughly 1%.
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