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JPMorgan

$113.88

-1.8 (-1.56%)

20:52
08/13/18
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JPMorgan to stop offering investment accounts to foreign clients, Bloomberg says

JPMorgan will discontinue servicing investment accounts for overseas retail clients, Bloomberg reports, citing the company's spokesperson. JPMorgan spokeswoman Elizabeth Seymour said: "After careful review, we've decided to no longer service Chase retail investment accounts to non-U.S. residents... This decision allows us to focus on our domestic business which remains core to our long-term growth." The measure does not affect deposit accounts and is only said to represent less than 1% of the bank's retail investment accounts and assets. Reference Link

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JPM JPMorgan
$113.88

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07/09/18
GSCO
07/09/18
NO CHANGE
GSCO
Bank of America, Morgan Stanley top ideas into Q2 earnings season, says Goldman Sachs
Goldman Sachs analyst Richard Ramsden expects Bank of America (BAC) and Morgan Stanley (MS) to beat consensus estimates in Q2. The analyst argues that both appear best positioned, while he sees risk for U.S. Bancorp (USB) and JPMorgan (JPM). Ramsden highlights Bank of America given the material valuation dislocation that looks to support the stock over time. Additionally, the analyst expects an expense and NII beat for Morgan Stanley.
07/16/18
BMOC
07/16/18
NO CHANGE
Target $118
BMOC
Market Perform
JPMorgan price target raised to $118 from $110 at BMO Capital
BMO Capital analyst James Fotheringham raised his price target on JPMorgan to $118 and kept his Market Perform rating after its Q2 results, saying the earnings beat consensus on higher than expected capital markets-related revenues. The analyst notes that equities trading was especially strong, while provisions for loan losses at JPMorgan were also lower than previously modeled.
07/19/18
DZBN
07/19/18
UPGRADE
DZBN
Buy
JPMorgan upgraded to Buy from Hold at DZ Bank
07/20/18
OPCO
07/20/18
NO CHANGE
OPCO
Perform
Wells Fargo's next few earnings reports likely to be 'choppy,' says Oppenheimer
Oppenheimer analyst Chris Kotowski maintained a Perform rating on Wells Fargo (WFC) after recent meetings with CFO John Shrewsberry. In a research note to investors, Kotowski says there was nothing that shakes his view that the next few quarterly earnings reports are likely to still be "choppy," and notes that Shewsberry "readily acknowledged" that there was much work to be done to get the consent order lifted. At the same time, the analyst contends that shares are not trading at much of a discount versus other high performing banks like JPMorgan (JPM) and PNC (PNC) and says he favors companies that have lower but rising ROTCEs that are trading near TBV, especially Citi (C), CIT (CIT) and Goldman (GS).

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