|買盤||32.81 x 900|
|賣出價||32.82 x 1200|
|今日波幅||32.69 - 33.36|
|52 週波幅||27.27 - 49.95|
|Beta 值 (5 年，每月)||0.95|
|市盈率 (最近 12 個月)||8.79|
|每股盈利 (最近 12 個月)||3.74|
When JPMorgan Chase bought First Republic Bank in May, all eyes were on its CEO, Jamie Dimon. Here’s how the executive’s strategy for managing risk propelled him to the top of the banking world. Photo illustration: John McColgan
Artisan Partners, an investment management company, released its “Artisan Value Fund” first quarter 2023 investor letter. A copy of the same can be downloaded here. In the first quarter, the fund outperformed the Russell 1000 Value Index. Its Investor Class fund ARTLX returned 7.88%, Advisor Class fund APDLX posted a return of 7.93%, and Institutional Class […]
In this article, we discuss 12 cheap dividend stocks with high yields. You can skip our detailed analysis of value stocks and their past performance, and go directly to read 5 Cheap Dividend Stocks With High Yields. The Importance of Investing in Undervalued/Cheap Stocks Investing in value stocks is one of the most popular methods to […]
Senator Elizabeth Warren confronted regulators about a deal that made the nation's largest bank even bigger.
The Oracle of Omaha has made it clear that he is still cautious about holding many bank stocks.
In this article, we will take a look at Warren Buffett’s top 15 dividend picks. To see more such companies, go directly to Warren Buffett’s Top 5 Dividend Stock Picks. Billionaire Warren Buffett has time and again proved that he is truly peerless when it comes to investing. His simple style and relentless repetition of […]
Although the next round of key inflation reports could change their tune, Federal Reserve officials for now remain adamant about raising interest rates to curb inflation. In fact, if they do it’s important to stay away from the worst dividend stocks for rising rates. Sure, plenty of contrarian investors believe that the Fed is on the verge of “pivoting” on interest rates. First, by easing on rate hikes. Then, by lowering rates back down. However, it’s not for certain whether the Fed will pivot,
In this article, we discuss top 20 high dividend stocks to buy according to analysts. You can skip our detailed analysis of dividend stocks and their performance over the years, and go directly to read Top 5 High Dividend Stocks To Buy According To Analysts. Dividend stocks have been on investors’ radars for quite some […]
The Oracle of Omaha sold a large portion of Berkshire’s holdings in US banks between 2020 and 2022, some just months before the banking system upheaval that began in mid March.
Takeout Mexican, lots of coffee and more than 800 people fueled a weekend-long effort by JPMorgan to win a government-led auction.
Hunting for cheap stocks is a good idea in the current environment, as many of these overlooked names have strong upside potential with little risk to the downside. Moreover, with a recession on the horizon later this year, I believe it’s time to take profits on many of the growth names that have rallied this year. Of course, the potential recession fears may be exaggerated and it will likely not happen in the next few months at least. But Wall Street should soon recognize that there are much be
Regional lenders that were at the center of March's banking crisis got a boost from news of a deposit inflow at Western Alliance.
U.S. Bancorp (NYSE: USB) clocked a first-quarter total net revenue increase of 28.2% year-over-year to $7.18 billion, beating the consensus of $7.12 billion. Net interest income jumped 46% to $4.63 billion, while noninterest income rose 4.6% to $2.51 billion. Provision for credit losses in the quarter under review jumped to $427 million, compared with $112 million in the year-ago period. This was driven by the acquisition of MUB and continued economic uncertainty. While credit quality factors ha
Some of the nation's largest regional banks offer new signs of how they fared during a tumultuous period for the industry
Madison Investments, an investment advisor, released its “Madison Investors Fund” first quarter 2023 investor letter. A copy of the same can be downloaded here. In the first quarter, the fund was up 6.5% compared to a 7.5% return for S&P 500 Index benchmark. In addition, you can check the top 5 holdings of the fund […]
Are all regional American banks the same? Definitely not! U.S. Bancorp (NYSE:USB) stands apart from failed banks for being consistently profitable while respecting shareholders with generous dividend payouts. At the end of the day, you’ll surely find that USB stock didn’t deserve its recent sharp drawdown and is poised for a swift comeback. It’s understandable that some folks are worried about the American banking system. After all, SVB Financial Group (OTCMKTS:SIVBQ) subsidiary Silicon Valley B
Banks are worried they’re losing ground to tech companies eager to gain market share in consumer payments. One of traditional finance’s biggest threats is Apple. Here’s how banks are fighting back. Illustration: Xingpei Shen
Members of the Senate Banking Committee gathered on Capitol Hill Tuesday to discuss the failures of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank as well as the response of federal regulators. Top officials from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, the Treasury and the Federal Reserve gave testimony defending their response to the two banks' collapse. In an interview with Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman and Brad Smith, Senator Tina Smith (D-MN) said though the banking system is sound, the failure of SVB and Signature bank is cause for grave concern, noting that additional stress tests for regional banks, more rigid bank supervision and higher capital requirements will be needed to prevent risky bank investments from impacting the financial system to this extent. "I am not one who believes we should have a one size fits all approach... However, the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank shows us that even if you're not designated as systemically significant, you still can have a very powerful impact on the overall stability of the financial system," said Sen. Smith. Key video moments: 00:00:42 Sen. Smith's reaction to the actions taken by federal regulators 00:02:30 Sen. Smith on Congress rolling back bank regulations in 2008 00:05:44 Sen. Smith on bank exposure to crypto Watch our full conversation with Sen. Tina Smith (D-MN) here.
In the aftermath of this month’s banking crisis, plenty of financial stocks appear appealing. However, far from bargains, many of these stocks are to be considered dividend stocks to avoid. Despite recent moves to rescue distress institutions, don’t assume this banking crisis is close to resolution. More firms could be direct/indirectly affected, resulting in further price declines. In addition, these stocks may have high trailing dividend yields, but their forward yields could end up being far
You may think dividend-paying bank stocks are in trouble, or at least their dividends are given the current climate. The banking crisis that began with the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank continues, leaving what look like bargains but could be yield traps. The easiest way to seek safety is to look at the dividend-paying bank stocks from banks that deposited $30 billion into First Republic (NYSE:FRC) on March 16. These are the “too big to fail” banks the government backed in 2008. In the current
Bank stocks continue to be volatile as professional traders and individual investors try to assess how bad the problems in the sector really are following the collapse of three lenders in the U.S. and the $3.2 billion takeover of Switzerland’s Credit Suisse (NYSE:CS) by rival UBS (NYSE:UBS). As the U.S. government steps in to guarantee the deposits at now defunct Silicon Valley Bank, and the largest banks in America inject $30 billion of deposits into troubled lender First Republic Bank (NYSE:FR