JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM)
$111.23 4.79 (4.50%)
19:59 EDT JPM Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $111.23
Market Cap 378.71B
PE Ratio 15.82
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 42.23M
Day's Range 109.53 - 115.77
52-Week Range 76.91 - 141.10
Dividend & Yield 2.48 (2.23%)
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In 2008, banks were part of the problem. Today, they will be part of the solution, meaning now is a good time to look for bank stocks to buy.
JPMorgan, Bank of America, Spirit Airlines, Macy's and Carnival Cruise are our top stock trades for Wednesday. So, let's look at the charts.
Over the course of the novel coronavirus pandemic, investors are getting accustomed to Thursday misery in the form of the weekly jobless claims data, but markets don't always respond in kind. There have been days when stocks were drubbed on the claims data and others when equities rallied on bleak numbers. Today was somewhere in the middle as the losses weren't terrible.
In theory, JPM stock is a stable investment due to its underlying strengths and influence. However, without a meaningful recovery in the economy, it’s just as risky as anything else.
JPMorgan, Cisco Systems, Livongo Health, Alpha Pro Tech and Facebook were our top stock trades for Friday.
You can count on these 20 stocks to buy if you’re betting on America in the long term. Here's why each will stand the test of time.
Dr. Fauci advised against a hasty reopening of the U.S. economy and investors appeared to be spooked as stocks sank into the close.
Tech is about the only game going for the market these days, but that's enough for investors to overlook some ugly jobs news again.
A desperately needed rebound in the oil patch coupled with some decent earnings reports helped major equity indexes recoup some of the losses incurred on Monday and Tuesday, although data suggest the economic malaise is far from over.
By David Moadel
Thursday's big stock charts feature banking names that struggled amid weak economic data.
A combination of fundamental and technical factors put the odds in favor of another push lower in JPM stock and one for active market participants to pounce on.
Earnings season kicked off with Johnson & Johnson, JPMorgan and Wells Fargo. Here's what happened in the stock market today.
With first-quarter earnings season kicking off in force Tuesday, the major equity benchmarks rallied anew even as the reports from Dow components were mixed, indicating market participants are focusing more intently on signs that the novel coronavirus is starting to ease.
The JPMorgan earnings report has JPM stock down on Tuesday afternoon after the company missed both EPS and revenue estimates for the quarter.
With the economy in turmoil, bank earnings are a huge wild card. Here are seven key bank earnings reports to watch this week.
For better or worse -- likely the latter -- first-quarter earnings season gets going this week and that may be one impetus behind broader market declines on Monday.
JPMorgan Chase was able to get through the 2008 banking crisis stronger than before. But the coronavirus pandemic is showing its systems can't keep up with demands for new money.
Investors in Editas Medicine Inc (EDIT) saw new options become available today, for the July 24th expiration. At Stock Options Channel, our YieldBoost formula has looked up and down the EDIT options chain for the new July 24th contracts and identified one put and one call contract of particular interest.
Investors in Editas Medicine Inc (EDIT) saw new options become available today, for the July 10th expiration. At Stock Options Channel, our YieldBoost formula has looked up and down the EDIT options chain for the new July 10th contracts and identified one put and one call contract of particular interest.
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