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    George T
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    Ralph
    Stock is the oldest online market we have done in the past years, we employ it because of the highest quality service it renders and how successful it is , today we now say crypto currency too , I’m just saying that people should develop the habit of investing .really helpful in life…
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    Chris
    Starting early is the best way of getting ahead to build wealth, and investing remain a priority. The stock market has plenty of opportunities to earn a decent payout with the right skills and a proper understanding of how the market works.
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    eastriverbridge
    Jamie keeps working. Shareholders rejected his demand for a $54,000,000 bonus so he puts out a rosy scenario for future earnings. If he wants to earn that $54,000,000 he should double the divvy.
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    Gabjoey
    JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM) has built its U.K. consumer banking business to more than half a million customers and ~$10B in deposits, managements said Monday during the bank's investor day event. Card and payment transactions have reached ~20M, according to the company's presentation.
    The giant U.S.-based bank launched its digital U.K. retail bank about eight months ago. JPMorgan (JPM) aspires to expand internationally through the same route. "Digital banking outside the U.S. is an attractive growth opportunity that JPMC is well-positioned to capture," the company said.
    The company sees ~6% compound annual growth rate of international (ex-U.S.) revenue pool — from $1.3T in 2020 to $1.8T projected for 2025. And the digital share of that market in increasing, it contends.
    Earlier, JPMorgan Chase (JPM) boosts net interest income guidance as rates rise
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    Hohoo
    Should he get a bonus for taking this from 165 to 115? Seems maybe he should be paying shareholders back …..
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    Vuncannon
    Just heard that JPM got alerted at (http://market-engross.club). I hope it pushes us higher!
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    Gabjoey
    JPMorgan Chase boosts net interest income guidance as rates rise
    May 23, 2022 7:21 AM ET
    JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM) stock is gaining 1.5% in Monday premarket trading after the Wall Street bank upped its 2022 net interest income guidance at its investor day event, factoring in the Federal Reserve's hawkish turn in recent meetings and high single-digit loan growth.
    The firm now expects 2022 net interest income exceeding $56B, up from its previous guidance of $53B+, as it expects NNI growth to ramp up over the course of the year. JPMorgan (JPM) now projects a Q4 NII run rate of $66B+.
    Meanwhile, JPM's expense outlook remains at ~$77B.
    And the company's credit outlook remains positive, management said. 2021 net charge-offs, at 0.30% for the entire firm, stood at historic lows. Eventually, charge-offs will return to pre-pandemic levels. However, "strong consumer and wholesale balance sheets will delay normalization past 2022."
    "The U.S. economy remains fundamentally strong, despite recent mixed data," the company said. And while, "recent developments have increased the risk of a future adverse outcome," its "fortress principles are designed to withstand any operating environment."
    The bank is keeping its return on tangible common equity at ~17%, which may be achieved in 2022. It targets common equity tier 1 ratio of 12.5%-13.0% at Q1 2024.
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    KENNETH
    Well I am still down on JPM but I have built a nice size position thru out this big down market , I will just collect the dividends until the stock appreciates , probably just keep my shares for years to come
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    George Michael
    The Texas state comptroller has sent out letters to 20 banks and money managers to determine if they provide capital to or invest in energy companies. Texas passed a law (and many other energy states are likely to follow) that the comptroller needs to compile a list of firms hostile to the fossil fuel industry. The list will be used to determine which firms can do business with the state of Texas. This is the first round and many more inquiries will be sent out with a deadline of Sept. 1. Firms like JP Morgan gave an unqualified yes they are lending to the industry. Firms like HSBC gave qualified answers saying they engage with companies on their energy transition. My guess is that HSBC will not be doing business with the state of Texas. More than 100 letters went out recently, after the first batch of 20. Texas is serious about cutting off state business with firms that do not support Texas fossil fuel companies. With the second largest economy in the country and other states likely to follow Texas' lead, pressure will mount on firms that want to do business in these states.
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    Dot
    shareholders voted down the $54m bonus for Dimon.
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    mysaug
    Nice bounce so far today. Probably a benefit from Buffet's purchase of Citi stock. Tip of the hat for those that got in around 115.
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    jon
    JPM had a great bump today. SOFI will outperform over the next year.
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    Chris
    Amazing that this company is falling considering I got a 0% and 1% raise over the past 2 years working in the Corporate Investment Bank. In fact, my raises have averaged 1.5% over the course of my 10 year career. I'm not alone...that is how they reward their workers.
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    Gabjoey
    BNP Paribas to use JPMorgan's blockchain network for fixed income trading: FT
    May 23, 2022 11:33 AM
    French lender BNP Paribas (OTCQX:BNPQF) (OTCQX:BNPQY) on Monday has turned to U.S. rival JPMorgan's (NYSE:JPM) blockchain-powered network for short-term trading in fixed income markets, according to a report by the Financial Times.
    JPMorgan's (JPM) so-called Onyx Digital Assets network, which has raked in over $300B in intraday repurchase (repo) deals since its rollout in December 2020, allows banks to lend out U.S. government bonds -- without those bonds leaving their balance sheets -- for a few hours as collateral, the FT noted.
    Specifically, when banks tokenize government debt, of which they hold large amounts due to a slew of post-crisis regulatory requirements, they can briefly turn those assets into collateral without lowering their safety buffers, the FT explained.
    Repurchase agreements are a form of short-term borrowing (typically overnight) of liquid government securities, the safest kind of collateral. As for JPMorgan's (JPM) blockchain, the token represents a digital version of a Treasury bond and borrowers can turn it in for cash.
    “This is not just proof of concept work, we see this as part of our efforts to utilise the technology for the whole trading and operations lifecycle as the market evolves,” said Joe Bonnaud, global markets chief operating officer and head of engineering at BNP Paribas, as quoted by the FT.
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    The OG Stone Bear
    Whenever I get a little unhappy about my Canadian Bank stocks "underperforming" I always look at the American ones and find a good deal of comfort in it.
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    Bunny
    30 billions share buy back is almost equal to 10% dividend.
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    scap
    Is the market truly a house of cards? You read the comments by FED's Lael Brainierd concerning market liquidity worry at FED you realize how quickly financial systems can collapse. Everything is great when assets are going thru the roof. Like the internet sell off in 2000 or the housing bust in 2008. These scenarios unfold due to a flaw in the
    base structure of our house of cards. in 2008
    low wage hourly workers were buying multiple houses to flip. loans were given to those lacking enough income. the result was a crash in overextended banks. Bill Hwang was a prelude of what is to come now. After 2008 the feds forced banks to merge and to increase capitization risks. BUT did not change any rules. And did not punish anyone. instead everyone got bailed out. including the people who irresponsibly
    took loans they could not pay. The samething will happen now. Stocks have replaced houses. Margin calls will be massive in a domino scenario. It really depends on how fast the market sells off. and that is today's flaw. like 2008 there are many gambling with the margin money they cannot payback.
    IMO there should be no
    margin allowed in the stock market for anyone. Joe the truck driver and Warren Buffet and Bank of America alike. A huge flaw allowed by a government that has no integrity.
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    YourMaster
    Toxic Assets are coming back. Housing foreclosures are on the raise, Covid foreclosures are coming, quickly!!!
    I'll look at JPM under $80. Mark this post.
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    Alex
    JPMorgan investors hand Jamie Dimon a rare rebuke with disapproval of $52.6 million bonus