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JPMorgan Chase

"While Jamie Dimon's Congressional testimony was a clear political victory for the company and banking industry, we still have fundamental questions about the impact of the trading loss and visibility into the bank's true earnings power without a fully operational investment office," FBR analysts wrote in a June 14 report. "Additionally, Mr. Dimon failed to answer repeated questions relating to why the CIO moved to a different value-at-risk (VAR) model and its failure to disclose the move even when there was a significant change. Despite our concerns, JPM's core operations are intact, and it maintains strong capital levels; however, the questions that remain and the investigations by various regulatory agencies keep us on the sidelines."

Forward Annual Dividend Yield: 3.4%


The food products marketer and distributor is slated to report fourth-quarter earnings on Aug. 13. Analysts, on average, anticipate earnings of 54 cents a share on revenue of $11.08 billion.

"SYY issued $750M of senior notes in two tranches designed to take advantage of record-low interest rates," Guggenheim analysts wrote in a June 8 report. "This action is basically interest expense neutral and it has no bearing on either the economic environment or the ERP rollout. We continue to expect the shares to tread water for the better part of the next year."

Forward Annual Dividend Yield: 3.7%

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