J
J

JPMorgan


Balita

Four big U.S. banks raise dividends after stress tests

By Carolina Mandl and Michelle Price NEW YORK/WASHINGTON, June 27 (Reuters) - Morgan Stanley MS.N , Goldman Sachs GS.N , Bank of America BAC.N and Wells Fargo WFC.N hiked their dividends on Monday after the U.S. banks cleared their annual stress test exercise last week. The U.S. Federal Reserve said on Thursday the country's largest lenders could e
C
G
J

What's new with the Fed's bank stress tests in 2022

By Pete Schroeder WASHINGTON, June 23 (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Reserve is due to release the results of its annual bank health checks on Thursday. Under the "stress test" exercise, the Fed tests banks' balance sheets against a hypothetical severe economic downturn, the elements of which change annually. The results dictate how much capital bank
C
G
H
J
N
F
M

UAE to raise $2.5 bln with two-tranche dollar bonds

By Yousef Saba DUBAI, June 23 (Reuters) - The United Arab Emirates was set to raise $3 billion with a two-tranche U.S. dollar-denominated bond sale comprising a 10-year tranche and 30-year Formosa portion, a bank document showed on Thursday. The bonds, for which demand topped $13.5 billion, will offer investors 100 basis points over U.S. Treasuries
C
H
J
S

What's new with the Fed's bank stress tests in 2022

By Pete Schroeder WASHINGTON, June 20 (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Reserve will release the results of its annual bank health checks on Thursday. Under the "stress test" exercise established following the 2007-2009 financial crisis, the Fed tests banks' balance sheets against a hypothetical severe economic downturn, the elements of which change ann
C
G
H
J
N
F
M

U.S. banks expect a clean bill of health after Fed's stress tests

By Pete Schroeder WASHINGTON, June 20 (Reuters) - Large U.S. banks are optimistic they will receive a clean bill of health from the Federal Reserve this week, freeing them up to distribute billions of dollars in excess capital to investors. The central bank on Thursday will release the results of its annual bank "stress tests" which assess how much
C
G
H
J
N
F
M

Biden knocks Wall Street, defends economic plans amid recession fears

By Nandita Bose PHILADELPHIA, June 14 (Reuters) - U.S. President Joe Biden blasted Wall Street and Republicans, while making a full-throated defense of his economic plans to thousands of union members in Philadelphia on Tuesday, as he seeks to improve dismal approval ratings amid high inflation and fears of recession. Often raising his voice to a y
J
U

West Virginia threatens to bar big banks, Blackrock over perceived fossil fuel boycotts

By Pete Schroeder WASHINGTON, June 14 (Reuters) - Six of the nation's largest financial institutions, including JPMorgan Chase JPM.N , BlackRock Inc BLK.N , and Wells Fargo WFC.N , may no longer be allowed to do business with the state of West Virginia, after its treasurer warned them they were facing bans over perceived boycotts of the fossil fuel
G
J

Fed door open to 0.75% hike after inflation data, market moves

By Howard Schneider WASHINGTON, June 13 (Reuters) - Eroding inflation data and fast-changing views in financial markets on Monday have opened the door to a larger-than-expected three-quarter-percentage point interest rate increase when Federal Reserve officials meet this week. It is a move officials had downplayed as their two-day meeting approache
G
J

Investment platforms face hangover after pandemic party

By Iain Withers and Carolyn Cohn LONDON, June 13 (Reuters) - The trillion-dollar retail investment express is losing steam, dampening the fortunes of British trading platforms that boomed during lockdowns on the back of a meme stocks frenzy. Many stock-pickers are steering clear of a turbulent market as living costs rise and the economy teeters, sq
G
H
J
L

Kenya cancels Eurobond sale, blames surging yields -local media

NAIROBI, June 10 (Reuters) - Kenya has cancelled the sale of a 115 billion shilling ($982 million) Eurobond and will instead borrow from commercial banks after the Russia-Ukraine war caused yields to surge on international markets, local media reported on Friday. Kenya said in January it would issue a new sovereign bond for the 2021/22 (July-June)
J

A 'hurricane' of double-digit default rates :Mike Dolan

By Mike Dolan LONDON, June 8 (Reuters) - If indeed there is an economic hurricane coming, then someone should shake the junk bond market. JPMorgan boss Jamie Dimon publicly fretted last week that while the sun was still shining in the financial world a "hurricane is right out there down the road coming our way." An economic hurricane can mean many
G
J

Looking at the bright side of markets

A look at the day ahead in markets from Sujata Rao It's a pretty eventful day in markets. U.S. 10-year yields are back above 3%, lifting the dollar to two-week highs. Then, the yen plumbed new 20-year lows, Australia upped interest rates by a half-point and the pound has fallen after a ruling party confidence vote failed to dislodge Prime Minister
J

U.S. bond funds post first weekly inflow in five months

June 3 (Reuters) - U.S. bond funds attracted net inflows in the week to June 1, after five months of outflows, as fears eased over the Federal Reserve's aggressive monetary tightening measures and signs emerged that inflation may have peaked. According to Refinitiv Lipper data, investors purchased U.S. bond funds worth a net $7.09 billion in their
J
U

Goldman Sachs COO Waldron sees unprecedented shocks in economy

(Recasts with economic outlook comments) By Carolina Mandl and Elizabeth Dilts Marshall NEW YORK, June 2 (Reuters) - Goldman Sachs' GS.N President and Chief Operating Officer John Waldron said on Thursday the current economic turmoil is one of the most challenging ones he has ever faced in his career. "This is among if not the most complex, dynamic
G
J

China's draft cybersecurity rules pose risks for financial firms, lobby group warns

By Selena Li HONG KONG, June 2 (Reuters) - China's proposed cybersecurity rules for financial firms could pose risks to operations of western companies by making their data vulnerable to hacking, among other things, a leading lobby group has said in a letter seen by Reuters. The latest regulatory proposal comes at a time when a string of western in
G
H
J

U.S. equity funds pull first weekly inflow in seven weeks

May 27 (Reuters) - U.S. equity funds attracted net inflows in the week to May 25 as shares rallied, with stock markets breaking the longest streak of weekly declines since the dotcom bubble burst. According to Refinitiv Lipper data, investors purchased U.S. equity funds worth a net $4.61 billion, the first weekly inflow since April 6 and the bigges
J
U

Oil snaps inverse dollar link leaving little to check its bull run

By Ahmad Ghaddar and Saikat Chatterjee LONDON, May 26 (Reuters) - Oil's bull run is taking little notice of the strong U.S. dollar, breaking crude's historical inverse link to the greenback and giving analysts confidence it has further to go based on current market fundamentals. A strong dollar typically weighs on oil prices because it makes the co
I
J
U
B

Austria sells first ever green bond

By Yoruk Bahceli May 24 (Reuters) - Austria became the latest government to enter the green bond market with a 4 billion euro ($4.3 billion) debt sale on Tuesday. The bond, due to mature on May 23, 2049, priced for a yield of 1.876%, and Austria's Treasury retained 250 million euros of the issuance, it said. The bond attracted 25 billion euros of i
B
D
G
J
U

New York Times business news - May 24

May 24 (Reuters) - The following are the top stories on the New York Times business pages. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. - JPMorgan Chase & Co JPM.N expects to make money from rising interest rates and bumpy markets, market volatility will increase revenue from trading, while borrowers will be shellin
J
P
S

Wall Street rallies on back of big tech, banks

(For a Reuters live blog on U.S., UK and European stock markets, click LIVE/ or type LIVE/ in a news window) * JPMorgan Chase upbeat interest income outlook boosts banks * Broadcom shares fall on potential VMware buyout * Indexes up: Dow 1.98%, S&P 1.86%, Nasdaq 1.59% (Updates with closing prices) By Stephen Culp NEW YORK, May 23 (Reuters) - U.S. s
A
B
J
M
U
U



Kundisyon

Mga Patok na Assets

Disclaimer: Ang mga kabilang sa XM Group ay nagbibigay lang ng serbisyo sa pagpapatupad at pag-access sa aming Online Trading Facility, kung saan pinapahintulutan nito ang pagtingin at/o paggamit sa nilalaman na makikita sa website o sa pamamagitan nito, at walang layuning palitan o palawigin ito, at hindi din ito papalitan o papalawigin. Ang naturang pag-access at paggamit ay palaging alinsunod sa: (i) Mga Tuntunin at Kundisyon; (ii) Mga Babala sa Risk; at (iii) Kabuuang Disclaimer. Kaya naman ang naturang nilalaman ay ituturing na pangkalahatang impormasyon lamang. Mangyaring isaalang-alang na ang mga nilalaman ng aming Online Trading Facility ay hindi paglikom, o alok, para magsagawa ng anumang transaksyon sa mga pinansyal na market. Ang pag-trade sa alinmang pinansyal na market ay nagtataglay ng mataas na lebel ng risk sa iyong kapital.

Lahat ng materyales na nakalathala sa aming Online Trading Facility ay nakalaan para sa layuning edukasyonal/pang-impormasyon lamang at hindi naglalaman – at hindi dapat ituring bilang naglalaman – ng payo at rekomendasyon na pangpinansyal, tungkol sa buwis sa pag-i-invest, o pang-trade, o tala ng aming presyo sa pag-trade, o alok para sa, o paglikom ng, transaksyon sa alinmang pinansyal na instrument o hindi ginustong pinansyal na promosyon.

Sa anumang nilalaman na galing sa ikatlong partido, pati na ang mga nilalaman na inihanda ng XM, ang mga naturang opinyon, balita, pananaliksik, pag-analisa, presyo, ibang impormasyon o link sa ibang mga site na makikita sa website na ito ay ibibigay tulad ng nandoon, bilang pangkalahatang komentaryo sa market at hindi ito nagtataglay ng payo sa pag-i-invest. Kung ang alinmang nilalaman nito ay itinuring bilang pananaliksik sa pag-i-invest, kailangan mong isaalang-alang at tanggapin na hindi ito inilaan at inihanda alinsunod sa mga legal na pangangailangan na idinisenyo para maisulong ang pagsasarili ng pananaliksik sa pag-i-invest, at dahil dito ituturing ito na komunikasyon sa marketing sa ilalim ng mga kaugnay na batas at regulasyon. Mangyaring siguruhin na nabasa at naintindihan mo ang aming Notipikasyon sa Hindi Independyenteng Pananaliksik sa Pag-i-invest at Babala sa Risk na may kinalaman sa impormasyong nakalagay sa itaas, na maa-access dito.

Gumagamit kami ng cookies para mabigyan ka ng mahusay na karanasan sa aming website. Magbasa pa o palitan ang iyong cookie settings.

Babala sa Risk: Maaaring malugi ang iyong kapital. Maaaring hindi nababagay sa lahat ang mga produktong naka-leverage. Mangyaring isaalang-alang ang aming Pahayag sa Risk.