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Jim Cramer weighs in on why he's keeping a close eye on Big Tech as Facebook, Amazon and Alphabet head to Capitol Hill, CSX's earnings and his thoughts on the financial sector post-big bank earnings.
The big banks that have reported have made a combined total of $29.5 billion. That's astonishing.
Whether the U.S. economy warrants a rate cut at this stage of the cycle is perhaps debatable.
Most of the banks have reported earnings by now. So, what should investors do now? Jim Cramer Cramer has some advice.
Jim Cramer weighs in on Big Tech's congressional hearings, CSX's earnings and his thoughts on the financial sector post-earnings.
In honor of the 29 th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) , Wells Fargo & Co.
Netflix boots-up start FAANG earnings season, bank profits pressured by low rates, bitcoin tumbles as lawmakers round on Facebook Libra, oil prices gain and Apollo 11 celebrations continue in Washington.
The Dow ends down after reaching an intraday day Tuesday as President Trump says the U.S. and China have `a long way to go' before reaching a trade agreement.
JPM joined other banking heavyweights in exceeding expectations at least at the headline level.
Shares of JPMorgan are rallying after beating on earnings estimates. However, could a breakout be in store for the bank?
Investors might have been spooked at first by the unfavorable impact of lower rates on net interest income. Yet, JPMorgan is likely the best bank stock to own amid an uncertain macroeconomic environment.
Wells Fargo posted stronger-than-expected second quarter earnings Tuesday but a fall in non-performing assets failed to offset a slump in one of its key profit measurements.
Here's how to read the bank tea leaves.
For those trading the FANG or FAANG names, and especially Facebook, Tuesday sets up as a day bearing exceptional levels of headline risk.
Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE:WFC): Financial results: Net income of $6.2 billion, compared with $5.
The bulls will say this is healthy consolidation that will set up another leg higher, while the bears will say this is an indication of indecision and is a prelude to a rollover.
U.S. equity futures were little-changed in early Tuesday trading as investors maintained their cautious stance on global stocks heading into the second quarter earnings season and keyed on June retail sales data for further clues on the direction of Federal Reserve interest rates.
June retail sales figures could add to deepening evidence of consumer strength, banks earnings will likely dictate Wall Street's early pace, Libra faces mounting scrutiny and JB Hunt earnings ease concern for a U.S. 'freight recession'.
Geo Group and CoreCivic lose ground as another bank joins list of those refusing to do future business with private prison operators.
Citigroup stock is slightly higher on Monday, after the bank beat earnings. Now it's on breakout watch.
Here's what Jim Cramer is watching in the markets as Wall Street heads into another earnings season.
The big bank is showing a few positive signs on the charts, but the major trend is still bearish.
U.S. equity futures are pointing to a flat open on Wall Street Monday as investors both prep for a key set of data releases that will gauge the strength of the consumer economy and brace for the start of the second quarter earnings season.
There's a lot of earnings heading our way. From big banks to big tech, here's what investors should keep their eye on in the week ahead.
U.S. equity futures are pointing to a flat open on Wall Street; Boeing's 737 MAX woes continue, China GDP slumps, Prime Day pumps and Novak Djokovic jumps after winning his fifth Wimbledon singles title.
Big Wall Street firms like JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup and Goldman Sachs, which are scheduled to release their second-quarter results next week, probably suffered revenue declines in their juggernaut bond- and stock-trading divisions, analysts say.
There were two notable shifts in trading action Thursday.
These large institutions are uniquely positioned to discuss consumer and business sentiment across all industries simply because they are the money centers.
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