JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM)

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Type: Equity
Market: United States
ISIN: US46625H1005 
CUSIP: 46625H100

  • Prev. Close: 62.05
  • Open: 62.55
  • Day's Range: 61.76 - 63.03
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JPM Analysis

Sober Look
Daily Shot: Malaise Seeps Into Services Sector
By Sober Look - Oct 06, 2015

Manufacturing malaise spreads to services sector Raft of PMIs undershoot consensus expectations Weakness particularly severe in Brazil India corporate earnings optimism may be excessive US diesel and...

USD/JPY: The Range Persists
By eFXnews  - Oct 02, 2015

The USD/JPY range persists, notes JPMorgan (NYSE:JPM). "The 119.30/118.65 zone remains the critical test and should continue to hold to maintain the potential for a deeper short term recovery," JPM ...

Wall Street Daily
The Risk Of Recession And Dividend Disasters
By Wall Street Daily - Oct 01, 2015

Income investors were no doubt relieved by the Fed’s recent decision not to raise interest rates. Indeed, the continuation of cheap money policy was good news for the stock market, even if it ...

Sober Look
Is Brazil For Real?
By Sober Look - Sep 25, 2015

BRL rises on prospect of USD sales Brazilian macro environment remains dismal EM currencies continue to tumble Let's begin with Brazil where the central bank has threatened to use FX reserves to buy...

Sober Look
Commodities And FX: Global Macro Currents
By Sober Look - Sep 24, 2015

Oil and natural gas prices remain under pressure Other commodities, even orange juice, are weak Some commodity trends look deflationary, and that's how bond markets see it Brazilian real at record ...

John Rubino
Why The Big Banks Want Higher Interest Rates
By John Rubino - Sep 21, 2015

Something strange is happening in the banking business. In theory, a low interest rate environment is good for banks because it allows them to borrow money for next to nothing and lend it to auto or ...

Wall Street Daily
Down But Not Out: Emerging Market Bonds
By Wall Street Daily - Sep 20, 2015

Lately, the headlines have been dominated by stories about how badly emerging markets (EMs) are doing. Indeed, EM stock markets are down by as much as a third or more in dollar terms. The iShares MSCI...

It’s Time For A Rate Hike
By MXTrade - Sep 16, 2015

The global economy has gone through a rocky road in the recent month (and actually, still continues to go through) with the People’s Bank of China (PBOC) allowing its currency to go through a ...

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