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- Gold looks set for second consecutive week of gains- Japan’s QE fails - Returns to zero inflation- ‘Master of the universe’ central bank speeches today- ETF and COMEX holdings fall as gold flows East- JP Morgan to be part of new gold...Show More Summary
Goldman Sachs is now the number one bank in commodities. It recently overtook JP Morgan for the top spot after that bank sold a chunk of its commodities business to Mercuria Energy Group, a trading house. Here's why this might soundShow More Summary
LONDON (Reuters) - Goldman Sachs became the top commodities bank last year, overtaking rival JP Morgan, a consultancy said on Friday. Goldman had the largest commodity revenues of any investment bank last year, financial industry analytics firm Coalition said in a report. Show More Summary
JP Morgan forecasts rally in uranium prices will reverse as Asian stockpiles build.
US multinational companies are holding more than $2 trillion of their cash abroad, JP Morgan wrote in a recent report. Among the S&P 500, roughly $589 billion, or 63% of their total cash, was tied in foreign countries, it said. It makes...Show More Summary
Despite finally jumping into the OLED market with the Apple Watch, Apple is not expected to migrate its handset line away from LCD technology in the near future, instead choosing to stick with LTPS-based LCD panels when it debuts its so-called "iPhone 7."
Motivated by jealousy over Bill Clinton’s cash haul, Tony Blair has used his nomination as a Middle East peace envoy to enrich himself and JP Morgan, a new book claims.
Stock prices are near all-time highs. And bond yields are near all-time lows, meaning bond prices are high too. This comes amid a long series of disappointing US economic data. Meanwhile, the Federal Reserve has been telling us thatShow More Summary
The trial of the century—a long-awaited determination of the damage perpetrated by Wall Street institutions in the financial crisis—began Monday in New York. But it’s only happening because one bank—unlike Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, Citigroup, and Bank of America—refused to settle out of co
But it's not going to lose you without a fight, no matter how hard the JP Morgans, Goldman Sachses, and the-- oh god this one is a blow to the ego-- Deutsche Banks of the world try.
Bullish sentiments on Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) continue to increase even as respected JP Morgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM) analyst Doug Anmuth affirms that the social network could see a 75% increase in its revenue this year. The sentiments come as a surprise as Twitter has been struggling in the social media space amidst stiff competition […]
by Angela Guess Writing for Computerworld UK, Matthew Finnegan recently stated, “JP Morgan has reduced the complexity of its derivative trade processing systems after swapping relational databases for a NoSQL system, allowing it to handle a wider variety of data and scale to meet growing demands. Show More Summary
This chart, from JP Morgan Asset Management, shows saving early is the best thing a person can do for their retirement account. Young people just joining the labor force can reasonably expect they won't have a pension waiting for them come retirement. Show More Summary
Jamie Dimon told Vanity Fair about the details of his throat cancer battle, now that the JP Morgan CEO is back on his feet and back on the job. Dimon discovered he had the disease while shaving in 2014. After that he endured a six-day...Show More Summary
Blythe Masters is now the chief executive of a bitcoin-related startup. The former global head of commodities at JP Morgan is now the CEO of Digital Asset Holdings, which "aims to be a venue for buyers and sellers of financial assets...Show More Summary
``And [QE] really hasn't done anything. In fact, by keeping borrowing costs artificially low, QE may well be contributing to deflation by allowing insolvent producers to stay alive via cheap debt, resulting in overcapacity everywhere you look... Show More Summary
JP Morgan is paying $50M over robo-signing bankruptcy and foreclosure documents. Don't ever robo-sign, especially not with tax returns.
A running theme here over the past several weeks has been that the ECB’s €1.1 trillion foray into quantitative easing will be severely hindered by a laundry list of constraints (some of which were unwittingly self-imposed). Another topic...Show More Summary
Attention people who both know how to hack things and wouldn't be caught dead working on Wall Street: JP Morgan is not above begging.