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J&J, Chevron among names with safe dividends for now, Barron's says » 10:04
04/04/20
04/04
10:04
04/04/20
10:04
TROW

T. Rowe Price

$95.02 /

-2.13 (-2.19%)

, PG

Procter & Gamble

$115.10 /

+0.68 (+0.59%)

, MDT

Medtronic

$86.17 /

+0.02 (+0.02%)

, KMB

Kimberly-Clark

$130.02 /

+0.58 (+0.45%)

, JNJ

Johnson & Johnson

$134.13 /

+1.05 (+0.79%)

, HRL

Hormel Foods

$48.37 /

+0.72 (+1.51%)

, CVX

Chevron

$75.15 /

-1.07 (-1.40%)

, ABT

Abbott

$79.50 /

+0.075 (+0.09%)

Among the 64 S&P 500…

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Fed unlikely to mandate U.S. big banks suspend dividends, WSJ says » 15:33
04/03/20
04/03
15:33
04/03/20
15:33
BAC

Bank of America

$20.19 /

-0.375 (-1.82%)

, C

Citi

$37.68 /

-1.62 (-4.12%)

, JPM

JPMorgan

$84.10 /

-1.55 (-1.81%)

, USB

U.S. Bancorp

$31.34 /

-1.37 (-4.19%)

, WFC

Wells Fargo

$26.32 /

-0.89 (-3.27%)

, GS

Goldman Sachs

$147.91 /

-2.03 (-1.35%)

, MS

Morgan Stanley

$33.64 /

-0.25 (-0.74%)

U.S. banks will likely be…

U.S. banks will likely be allowed to maintain paying dividends to their shareholders, according to the Wall Street Journal's Andrew Ackerman and Nick Timiraos, citing people familiar with the matter, despite the possibility of the coronavirus pandemic hurting the lenders. This past week, the European Central Bank and the Bank of England "pressured banks to stop using their capital to make dividend payments to shareholders," the Journal noted. Publicly traded companies in the space include Bank of America (BAC), Citi (C), Goldman Sachs (GS), JPMorgan (JPM), Morgan Stanley (MS), U.S. Bancorp (USB) and Wells Fargo (WFC).

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Fed unlikely to mandate U.S. big banks suspend dividends, WSJ says » 15:19
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04/03
15:19
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15:19
BAC

Bank of America

$19.99 /

-0.575 (-2.80%)

, C

Citi

$37.11 /

-2.19 (-5.57%)

, JPM

JPMorgan

$83.64 /

-2.01 (-2.35%)

, USB

U.S. Bancorp

$31.18 /

-1.53 (-4.68%)

, WFC

Wells Fargo

$26.16 /

-1.05 (-3.86%)

, GS

Goldman Sachs

$146.86 /

-3.08 (-2.05%)

, MS

Morgan Stanley

$33.41 /

-0.48 (-1.42%)

Publicly traded large…

Publicly traded large U.S. banks include Bank of America (BAC), Citi (C), Goldman Sachs (GS), JPMorgan (JPM), Morgan Stanley (MS), U.S. Bancorp (USB) and Wells Fargo (WFC).

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Fly Intel: Wall Street's top stories at midday » 12:28
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04/03
12:28
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MMM

3M

$133.94 /

-3.92 (-2.84%)

, TSLA

Tesla

$480.37 /

+26.38 (+5.81%)

, JPM

JPMorgan

$83.84 /

-1.81 (-2.11%)

, BAC

Bank of America

$19.78 /

-0.785 (-3.82%)

, C

Citi

$37.30 /

-2 (-5.09%)

, GS

Goldman Sachs

$145.44 /

-4.5 (-3.00%)

, MS

Morgan Stanley

$33.05 /

-0.84 (-2.48%)

, USB

U.S. Bancorp

$31.42 /

-1.29 (-3.94%)

, WFC

Wells Fargo

$26.11 /

-1.1 (-4.04%)

, BBBY

Bed Bath & Beyond

$3.53 /

-0.025 (-0.70%)

, FATE

Fate Therapeutics

$23.38 /

+2.31 (+10.96%)

, JNJ

Johnson & Johnson

$132.93 /

-0.15 (-0.11%)

, INCY

Incyte

$78.37 /

+1.36 (+1.77%)

, MIC

Macquarie Infrastructure

$17.68 /

-6.34 (-26.39%)

, AEHR

Aehr Test Systems

$1.38 /

-0.25 (-15.34%)

, CHWY

Chewy

$33.61 /

-1.655 (-4.69%)

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Hot Stocks
ViacomCBS, beIN Media complete Miramax transaction » 12:20
04/03/20
04/03
12:20
04/03/20
12:20
VIAC

ViacomCBS

$12.18 /

-0.58 (-4.55%)

, VIACA

ViacomCBS

$16.00 /

-0.8 (-4.76%)

ViacomCBS and beIN MEDIA…

ViacomCBS and beIN MEDIA GROUP announced the closing of the previously announced MIRAMAX transaction. ViacomCBS has acquired a 49% stake in MIRAMAX, the global film and television studio, while beIN retains a 51% stake in the company. MIRAMAX's current leadership team will continue in their existing roles. ViacomCBS acquired 49% of MIRAMAX from beIN for a total committed investment of $375M. Approximately $150M was paid at closing, while ViacomCBS has committed to invest $225M - comprised of $45M annually over the next five years - to be used for new film and television productions and working capital. In addition, Paramount Pictures entered into an exclusive, long-term distribution agreement for MIRAMAX's film library; and an exclusive, long-term first-look agreement allowing Paramount Pictures to develop, produce, finance and distribute new film and television projects based on MIRAMAX's IP. Moelis & Company served as exclusive financial advisor to beIN, while Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom served as legal counsel. Guggenheim Securities served as exclusive financial advisor to ViacomCBS, while O'Melveny & Myers served as legal counsel.

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Mnuchin: Over $875M processed almost all from community banks » 12:02
04/03/20
04/03
12:02
04/03/20
12:02
SPX

S&P 500

$0.00 /

+ (+0.00%)

, SPY

SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust

$247.61 /

-4.26 (-1.69%)

, BAC

Bank of America

$19.86 /

-0.705 (-3.43%)

, C

Citi

$37.49 /

-1.81 (-4.61%)

, JPM

JPMorgan

$84.81 /

-0.84 (-0.98%)

, USB

U.S. Bancorp

$31.76 /

-0.95 (-2.90%)

, WFC

Wells Fargo

$26.42 /

-0.79 (-2.90%)

, GS

Goldman Sachs

$146.21 /

-3.73 (-2.49%)

, MS

Morgan Stanley

$33.08 /

-0.81 (-2.39%)

Treasury Secretary Steven…

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said via Twitter: "UPDATE #PPPloan now over $875,000,000 processed almost all from community banks! Big banks taking applications and will submitting them shortly. @SBAgov @USTreasury #CARESAct #SmallBizRelief" Publicly traded companies in the space include Bank of America (BAC), Citi (C), Goldman Sachs (GS), JPMorgan (JPM), Morgan Stanley (MS), U.S. Bancorp (USB) and Wells Fargo (WFC). Reference Link

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Options
Unusually active option classes on open April 3rd » 09:40
04/03/20
04/03
09:40
04/03/20
09:40
LB

L Brands

$10.16 /

+ (+0.00%)

, APA

Apache

$4.69 /

+ (+0.00%)

, UCO

Universal Compression

$2.25 /

+ (+0.00%)

, USO

United States Oil Fund

$5.11 /

+ (+0.00%)

, XOM

Exxon Mobil

$40.39 /

+ (+0.00%)

, OXY

Occidental Petroleum

$12.75 /

+ (+0.00%)

, TSLA

Tesla

$453.99 /

+ (+0.00%)

, XLF

Financial Select Sector

$20.03 /

+ (+0.00%)

, SLV

iShares Silver Trust

$13.52 /

+ (+0.00%)

, HAL

Halliburton

$7.51 /

+ (+0.00%)

Unusual total active…

Unusual total active option classes on open include: L Brands (LB), Apache (APA), ProShares Ultra DJ UBS Crude Oil (UCO), United States Oil Fund (USO), Exxon Mobil (XOM), Occidental Petroleum (OXY), Tesla (TSLA), Financial Sector SPDR ETF (XLF), iShares Silver Trust (SLV), and Halliburton (HAL).

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L Brands' Bath & Body Works wants to be deemed 'essential,' NY Post reports » 06:05
04/03/20
04/03
06:05
04/03/20
06:05
LB

L Brands

$10.16 /

-0.09 (-0.88%)

L Brands' Bath &…

L Brands' Bath & Body Works wants to reopen its doors during the coronavirus outbreak by proving itself to be an "essential" business, The New York Post's Lisa Fickenscher reports. According to the report, the company has convinced government officials in Ohio, where it is headquartered, to let it reopen two stores outside of Columbus on a trial basis by promising to stock up on soaps and hand sanitizers. Sources say the pilot is part of a larger plan for Bath & Body Works to make a case for reopening stores in other states that have ordered non-essential workers stay at home to keep the virus from spreading. Reference Link

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SBA boosts loans rate to 1% after lenders complain, Bloomberg reports » 18:23
04/02/20
04/02
18:23
04/02/20
18:23
SPX

S&P 500

$0.00 /

+ (+0.00%)

, SPY

SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust

$251.92 /

+5.81 (+2.36%)

, BAC

Bank of America

$20.57 /

+0.775 (+3.92%)

, C

Citi

$39.30 /

+0.75 (+1.95%)

, JPM

JPMorgan

$87.45 /

+3.03 (+3.59%)

, USB

U.S. Bancorp

$32.71 /

+0.77 (+2.41%)

, WFC

Wells Fargo

$27.21 /

+0.63 (+2.37%)

, GS

Goldman Sachs

$149.94 /

+4.55 (+3.13%)

, MS

Morgan Stanley

$33.89 /

+2.25 (+7.11%)

The U.S. Small Business…

The U.S. Small Business Administration has increased to 1% the interest rate lenders may charge small businesses under a $350B U.S. relief program after lenders complained that the previous approved rate of 0.5% was lower than even their own cost of funds, Bloomberg's Mark Niquette and Michael Sasso report. U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and SBA Jovita Carranza released more guidelines for the lending program just hours prior to its expected availability Friday, the authors note. Banks and other lenders that are essential to carrying the program out had said that they did not have enough guidance on how to complete the loans, including what documentation is necessary from borrowers and how to verify it, the authors say. Publicly traded companies in the space include Bank of America (BAC), Citi (C), Goldman Sachs (GS), JPMorgan (JPM), Morgan Stanley (MS), U.S. Bancorp (USB) and Wells Fargo (WFC). Reference Link

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Mnuchin says small business lending program ready for Friday, CNBC says » 18:16
04/02/20
04/02
18:16
04/02/20
18:16
SPX

S&P 500

$0.00 /

+ (+0.00%)

, SPY

SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust

$251.92 /

+5.81 (+2.36%)

, BAC

Bank of America

$20.57 /

+0.775 (+3.92%)

, C

Citi

$39.30 /

+0.75 (+1.95%)

, JPM

JPMorgan

$87.45 /

+3.03 (+3.59%)

, USB

U.S. Bancorp

$32.71 /

+0.77 (+2.41%)

, WFC

Wells Fargo

$27.21 /

+0.63 (+2.37%)

, GS

Goldman Sachs

$149.94 /

+4.55 (+3.13%)

, MS

Morgan Stanley

$33.89 /

+2.25 (+7.11%)

U.S. Treasury Secretary…

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has doubled-down on the timing of a federal small business lending program, saying during a press conference that the program "will be up and running tomorrow" and that he would raise the interest lenders can charge after hearing feedback from the sector, CNBC's Hugh Son and Dawn Giel report. The comments come as CNBC already reported that none of the participating banks it interviewed are sure they'll be ready when the program launches tomorrow. Publicly traded companies in the space include Bank of America (BAC), Citi (C), Goldman Sachs (GS), JPMorgan (JPM), Morgan Stanley (MS), U.S. Bancorp (USB) and Wells Fargo (WFC). Reference Link

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