|Day Low/High||103.66 / 105.70|
|52 Wk Low/High||91.11 / 119.33|
The market is not yet overbought and it is likely too soon to get a real retest.
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U.S. stock futures pull back sharply on Thursday, a day after the Dow Jones Industrial Average records its largest daily point gain in history; some economic data won't be issued because of the government shutdown, which has entered its sixth day; JPMorgan to pay $135 million in a settlement with the SEC.
Without a take and hold of the 2570 level, this rally is all just a trading exercise.
JPMorgan has agreed to pay the SEC more than $135 million to settle charges it "improperly" provided ADRs, a form of U.S. securities, to brokers and customers who did not have the required shares of foreign stock to back them up.
We want to do more buying this afternoon and put to work our precious capital due to our thinking that stocks have gotten too cheap.
JPMorgan Chase tested and closed below my annual pivot at $93.20 on Christmas Eve. With a dividend yield of 3.66%, the stock will be one of the eight "Dogs of the Dow" for 2019. This combination justifies buying a starter position now.
U.S. stock futures rise modestly on Wednesday, after Wall Street slumped Monday following Donald Trump's continued attacks on the Federal Reserve.
President Trump, Jim Cramer's thoughts on the market, and Steven Mnuchin are only a few of the top stories on TheStreet.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average sinks Monday after the blue-chip index fell 6.9% last week, its worst week since 2008.
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Bank stocks fell after Treasury Secretary Mnuchin's call to bank executives raised more worries than it assuaged.
U.S. stock futures tumble in a holiday-shortened session on Monday, following one of the worst weeks for Wall Street in more than a decade; Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin holds unusual calls with big bank CEOs; Donald Trump 'now realizes' he can't fire Fed Chairman Jerome Powell, Mick Mulvaney says.
Global stocks were mixed Monday, with several markets around the world closed for holiday celebrations and those opened trading with very light volumes, even as investors continue to express concern over the fate of the global economy and the ongoing turmoil in the White House.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Sunday that he called CEOs of nation's six largest banks, all of whom said their institutions had ample liquidity for lending.
Chase today announced efforts to help its customers who are U.S.
Markets remain treacherous as investors are becoming increasingly concerned about a number of factors.
Because of our inverse ETF positions, the overall portfolio is ahead of the major market indices on a year-to-date basis.
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Goldman Sachs, historically man-heavy in its executive suite as well as the boardroom, hired retired U.S. Navy Vice Admiral Jan Tighe as a director, boosting the share of women on the board to four out of 14, or 29%. The firm had faced criticism for the lack of gender diversity on its board.
If we see downside being priced in, that creates the opporunity to buy.
We are selling all of our JPMorgan Chase holdings, as the shares have passed through a key support level.
The largest U.S. bank by assets "offers the least upside" to price targets among its major competitors, according to John Heagerty of Atlantic Equities.
The reaction in bank stocks will be a big focus on Wednesday following the Fed's rate hike decision.
Let's see if a strengthening phase is coming.
President Donald Trump's $1.5 trillion of tax cuts, designed to stimulate growth, have decimated government revenue, ballooning the federal budget deficit and forcing Treasury Department officials to cover the gap by borrowing money in ever-growing amounts. Investors face losses in 2019 as yields on Treasury bonds necessarily rise -- to attract enough buyers for the debt.
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