JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon plunked down $26.6 million of his own money on Thursday to buy his bank's recently battered shares. The purchase, disclosed in a company filing, added 500,000 shares of JPMorgan Chase to his …
JPMorgan Chase (NYSE: JPM) has been a major beneficiary of the stock market rally following the 2016 election. Since this time last year, shares of the New York City-based bank are up 44%. That's more than twice the S&P 500. It also …
The JPM Stock price climbed 3% in intraday trading today (Wednesday) after the bank reported better than expected results for Q1 2016. The JPMorgan stock price is now up 6.9% in the last three months. While profit in Q1 fell by 6.7%, …
[See: 11 Ways to Buy Bank Stocks.] No, much of the recent run-up in JPM stock – much like the rest of America's big banks – has come courtesy of the most recent round of stress tests (and the bounty that will be released to …
The price of stock in JPM Industries Inc. plummeted by 54 percent in heavy trading Wednesday after a spate of negative publicity about the company. Bridgeview-based JPM Industries runs the controversial investment program called Wealth …
JPMorgan Chase & Co. on Friday reported a 27% drop in fixed-income trading fees. Citigroup Inc. on Tuesday said its fixed-income revenue declined 18% from a year …
On first blush, a solid "beat" from JPMorgan, which earned $1.27 last quarter vs. estimates of $1.21 Revenue of $26.7 billion was ahead of estimates of $24.91 billion. The company says it sees ongoing elevated mortgage losses, while it …
"There may be more uncertainty with JPMorgan Chase now but the stock is still cheap and you have to trust that Dimon will do what's right for shareholders," he said. And by that, Snyder means he thinks Dimon will continue to boost the …
Ford Motor (NYSE:F): Ford Motor stock is cut to Hold from Buy at boutique brokerage Craig-Hallum. Shares of Ford Motor fell 6.29% yesterday. JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM): Stock in JPMorgan Chase, a key Dow component, is now …
The picnic tables are cleared, the fireworks are spent and the Fourth of July-shortened week has come and gone. That means Wall Street is back to a full slate of action including the start of the second-quarter earnings season, ushered in …