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SEC drops case against ex-JPMorgan traders over 'London Whale'

SEC drops case against ex-JPMorgan traders over 'London Whale'
Written by Lance Stover on 2017-08-19


The top U.S. securities regulator on Friday dropped its civil lawsuit accusing two former JPMorgan Chase traders of trying to hide some of the bank's $6.2 billion of losses tied to the 2012 "London Whale" scandal.The decision by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission to dismiss charges against Javier Martin-Artajo and Julien Grout came four weeks after the U.S. Department of Justice abandoned...(Read More)

CEOs still optimistic about an economic acceleration under Trump, but have yet to see it

CEOs still optimistic about an economic acceleration under Trump, but have yet to see it
Written by Lance Stover on 2017-08-16


Leaders from the biggest companies in the U.S. are still betting on a sharp economic pickup that has yet to take place, according to an analysis from Goldman Sachs.Goldman Sachs looked at the conference call transcripts of S&P 500 companies during the second-quarter earnings season wrapping up and found that most CEOs still expect to see stronger economic growth on President Trump's watch.But...(Read More)

Markets to Fed: Little chance of another rate hike this year

Markets to Fed: Little chance of another rate hike this year
Written by Lance Stover on 2017-08-13


The already skeptical markets now give the Federal Reserve just a 1-in-3 chance of hiking interest rates in December, after a fifth weak monthly reading of consumer inflation.The consumer price index for July was at 0.1 percent, below the expected 0.2 percent. On the core, excluding food and gasoline, the CPI was also up 0.1 percent, or 1.7 year over year. The Fed's preferred measure, the personal...(Read More)

‘The day the world changed’ – a former trader on how the credit crunch kicked off

‘The day the world changed’ – a former trader on how the credit crunch kicked off
Written by Lance Stover on 2017-08-10


When I received a phone call from a trader colleague at Merrill Lynch on August 9 2007, I was in the middle of chopping wood in the Swedish countryside. As always, I had my mobile on me in case of an emergency.I answered the call to a frenzied account of an extraordinary development in the financial markets. My colleague kept repeating that things were "crazy" and "completely mad". At the time, there...(Read More)

Despite Dow's peak, here's the evidence the August slowdown has arrived

Despite Dow's peak, here's the evidence the August slowdown has arrived
Written by Lance Stover on 2017-08-07


Professional traders are not impressed with the Dow rally, driven by Boeing, Apple and a few banks.August is typically a down month: The S&P 500 has on average dropped 2.1 percent this month since 2010, according to the analytics tool Kensho. Right on schedule, the August slowdown has emerged.The issue is whether this will morph into something bigger. Consider the following:"FAANG" this weekAmazon:...(Read More)

Apple at a record high may still be a pretty cheap stock

Apple at a record high may still be a pretty cheap stock
Written by Lance Stover on 2017-08-04


Apple stock, even trading near a record high, looks far cheaper than the overall stock market.In fact, by one common metric, if Apple were priced just like the S&P 500 index, it would be trading at $187 from its current $156. If it were valued like a tech stock, it would be priced at $204, or an energy company — a whopping $409."Compared to the rest of the market, Apple has a very reasonable...(Read More)

Wall Street is livid over Wells Fargo's latest scandal: 'Here we go again'

Wall Street is livid over Wells Fargo's latest scandal: 'Here we go again'
Written by Lance Stover on 2017-08-01


Analysts are angry over the latest Wells Fargo scandal where hundreds of thousands of the bank's customers were overcharged. Wells Fargo shares fell 2.6 percent Friday after The New York Times first reported the news. The stock closed 1.2 percent higher Monday, meanwhile. The article cited a 60-page internal report, which revealed more than 800,000 of Wells Fargo's auto loan customers were charged...(Read More)

The big influence FANG, tech have over market could become a concern if volatility rises

The big influence FANG, tech have over market could become a concern if volatility rises
Written by Lance Stover on 2017-07-29


Technology has the largest sway over the fortunes of the overall stock market that it's had since the tech bubble, and that's a concern to some strategists.The S&P technology sector is close to 23 percent of the market weight of the S&P 500, the highest percentage since the tech bubble, when the weighting peaked at 34 percent in March 2000, according to Howard Silverblatt, senior index analyst...(Read More)

Early movers: MMM, UTX, DD, CAT, GM, LLY, KORS, C, WMT & more

Early movers: MMM, UTX, DD, CAT, GM, LLY, KORS, C, WMT & more
Written by Lance Stover on 2017-07-26


Check out which companies are making headlines before the bell:3M – The diversified consumer products maker earned an adjusted $2.25 per share for the second quarter, falling short of the $2.54 consensus estimate. Revenue also missed forecasts, although the company did raise its full-year outlook.United Technologies – The maker of Pratt & Whitney engines and Carrier air conditioners reported...(Read More)





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