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"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on The PR Week

The PR Week

07:48 min | Last month

"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on The PR Week

"In afghanistan and see how we could support man support other employee groups have impacted just a lot. There's a lot of things going on every single day. In as i said. I tried to leave room for that. Typical day is early early in the morning or late at night before. I read everything so that i'm not surprised at what's coming the next morning. And and then what i do. Is i surly up with money. Eight people around the world and run. Our businesses was going to be hot for the next five hours. And then we just As i said it's fun it's been thirty five years but every day is different in. How much does it dictated by. What's most affecting the ceo the c. suite Ultimate city rights. Topor is is. Does it depend on exactly what it is not really. It's more what's packing. The reputation of the company are our. Ceo jamie dimon even though he has a big public image. She's very nets he is. He's very sophisticated consumer of at what all of us do for a living terms communications. Pr he gets it. He gets the importance of it. He respects journalism which always makes our lives easier because journalists are not the enemy and so so he's he's more of a partner to us and so i find lower down the line it gets trickier so it really is. What's what's attaching our customers. Let's touching mutation what's touching the stock prices on. Yeah how much would you say it's changed. You've been thirty five via so you've got a greg perspective. On how many has changed the media how society has changed. What would you say. The biggest two different sousa. But it's crazy. Because when i started we had twelve thousand employees on now. We have two hundred and fifty thousand employs. When i started if you look at the top ten minutes in america. Seven of those banks right. Now are thinking morgan chase. So whether you're talking about what we can. I chicago or ban. Waen or washington. Usual or chemical were chased bank manufacturers hanover. Bank the bank of new york bank branches and so forth throw casanova and fleming overseas and bear stearns. And so you know we were doing one. Press release every two months. When i started and now we're doing for day. We were getting three press caused day and now we get over five hundred a day so there's just a lot more activity. I'd say things move a lot more quickly. They don't stick. And so so you're you're constantly just pivoting from one thing to the next biggest change that i've seen. I'll try to make this a short answer. But the biggest change that i've seen is when i first heard if you were number one in your industry in profits or top firms if you were number one rankings league tables if you're stopped was at a record high if your customer service ribbons were added eight high. If you no problem recruiting you used to get good. Pr and you know. He used to pray for other things happen now. You need all that but now it's do you care get back. Are you too big. Are you part of a system. Is the game raid. Who are lending to. It's it's a whole different set of topics. And so i can just saying like that soft stuff. The all day is e. Common the hard stuff and it really does guide pretty much everything we do. From a public relations standpoint businesses become more of a consumer topic. It that people have a much more of a consumer's ends and staffers like much. More of an interest in the organization say engage with all. They work for in that that. That's kind of driving now. I guess absolutely yeah because sometimes land for they started. Hurling me now. So would you say that the financial crisis in late said you know. Two thousand eight nine was that probably the toughest period or the most challenging in terms of a brand in a reputation point of view that probably was the toughest but it was. It was tough not just because of the brand and reputation but the fact is we were also doing transactions. We did the washington mutual which was mirus takeover thrift in history. And we did that. So so from pr standpoint. We had on wednesday night. We knew that we were taking them on thursday morning but their company didn't even know and so we had opened a whole new man. I didn't even know reminding them And you at eight hours. In that needs have all the public relations media relations messaging the investor relations the rating agency. Toss everything ready. Same thing happened over the weekend when we had to take over bear stearns so you saw a ton of volume going through. We then had tar Which was survey a black on the reputation of vance you a the presidential the administration sort of attacking nixon. You saw sort of america mad. All big institutions that caused the problems that institutions were basic glean wall. Street got our men and lesser extent media. And and so that was just a lot of a lot of pressure. And so i'd say that probably was see the toughest toughest. Did you get a buzz. Alpha as a communicates romance. Because you know you've got to step up in the room for mistakes. Well i mean one thing. I always tell my team is p more will remember how active during the crisis. So i always tell when when you're going to craziness like that you know don't do things you'll look back on ashamed slam the doors right. The letters to the editor live mislead storm out. All of that stuff is that you don't really know that you're in this crisis and and think about think about how you're adding how you're behaving and so it really is. It's it's great. It's it's a great. It's it's great to learn because we're not you know in my job we're not bringing peace to the middle east or curing cancer redoing. Pr for back. and yes. it's super important but we also have to adjust be professional. Knew what we can control. We can't control in. I that during those crises your relationships get stronger and stronger With the people you're serving We as you're in the foxhole with them so any time we have any crisis. I try to use it as an opportunity to dig and i'm not sure i can get a buzz out of it because it's exhausting.

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"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on The PR Week

The PR Week

07:41 min | Last month

"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on The PR Week

"Role like that would love to get a. I guess you could say there isn't an average day but the great sagacity will fail for some of the things that you're doing on a daily basis. You're right there's not an average day by the communist so we catch so many different things that one of the reasons i stayed in. This job is because every day is different. I actually try to carve out about a half mile. Gay for unexpected because we never know is so yesterday we had any terrible assault From a man with a hatchet going into one of her age goes on on broadway. Now hannah and the police put the video and it's on the front page today. That was that was something that came out of the blue at the same time. A former president trump attacked our ceo on fox news. And you know another thing that was happening. Yesterday was We have a large group of former military and we were trying to see what we could do to how those employees especially In land what was happening in afghanistan and see how we could support man support other employee groups have impacted just a lot. There's a lot of things going on every single day. In as i said. I tried to leave room for that. Typical day is early early in the morning or late at night before. I read everything so that i'm not surprised at what's coming the next morning. And and then what i do. Is i surly up with money. Eight people around the world and run. Our businesses was going to be hot for the next five hours. And then we just As i said it's fun it's been thirty five years but every day is different in. How much does it dictated by. What's most affecting the ceo the c. suite Ultimate city rights. Topor is is. Does it depend on exactly what it is not really. It's more what's packing. The reputation of the company are our. Ceo jamie dimon even though he has a big public image. She's very nets he is. He's very sophisticated consumer of at what all of us do for a living terms communications. Pr he gets it. He gets the importance of it. He respects journalism which always makes our lives easier because journalists are not the enemy and so so he's he's more of a partner to us and so i find lower down the line it gets trickier so it really is. What's what's attaching our customers. Let's touching mutation what's touching the stock prices on. Yeah how much would you say it's changed. You've been thirty five via so you've got a greg perspective. On how many has changed the media how society has changed. What would you say. The biggest two different sousa. But it's crazy. Because when i started we had twelve thousand employees on now. We have two hundred and fifty thousand employs. When i started if you look at the top ten minutes in america. Seven of those banks right. Now are thinking morgan chase. So whether you're talking about what we can. I chicago or ban. Waen or washington. Usual or chemical were chased bank manufacturers hanover. Bank the bank of new york bank branches and so forth throw casanova and fleming overseas and bear stearns. And so you know we were doing one. Press release every two months. When i started and now we're doing for day. We were getting three press caused day and now we get over five hundred a day so there's just a lot more activity. I'd say things move a lot more quickly. They don't stick. And so so you're you're constantly just pivoting from one thing to the next biggest change that i've seen. I'll try to make this a short answer. But the biggest change that i've seen is when i first heard if you were number one in your industry in profits or top firms if you were number one rankings league tables if you're stopped was at a record high if your customer service ribbons were added eight high. If you no problem recruiting you used to get good. Pr and you know. He used to pray for other things happen now. You need all that but now it's do you care get back. Are you too big. Are you part of a system. Is the game raid. Who are lending to. It's it's a whole different set of topics. And so i can just saying like that soft stuff. The all day is e. Common the hard stuff and it really does guide pretty much everything we do. From a public relations standpoint businesses become more of a consumer topic. It that people have a much more of a consumer's ends and staffers like much. More of an interest in the organization say engage with all. They work for in that that. That's kind of driving now. I guess absolutely yeah because sometimes land for they started. Hurling me now. So would you say that the financial crisis in late said you know. Two thousand eight nine was that probably the toughest period or the most challenging in terms of a brand in a reputation point of view that probably was the toughest but it was. It was tough not just because of the brand and reputation but the fact is we were also doing transactions. We did the washington mutual which was mirus takeover thrift in history. And we did that. So so from pr standpoint. We had on wednesday night. We knew that we were taking them on thursday morning but their company didn't even know and so we had opened a whole new man. I didn't even know reminding them And you at eight hours. In that needs have all the public relations media relations messaging the investor relations the rating agency. Toss everything ready. Same thing happened over the weekend when we had to take over bear stearns so you saw a ton of volume going through. We then had tar Which was survey a black on the reputation of vance you a the presidential the administration sort of attacking nixon. You saw sort of america mad. All big institutions that caused the problems that institutions were basic glean wall. Street got our men and lesser extent media. And and so that was just a lot of a lot of pressure. And so i'd say that probably was see the toughest toughest. Did you get a buzz. Alpha as a communicates romance. Because you know you've.

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"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on The PR Week

The PR Week

06:13 min | Last month

"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on The PR Week

"Vacation is the new work is not so. We'll talk to joe. Then we'll get into some taku subjects with talk about afghanistan and haiti. Some horrible stuff going on in those parts of the world and we'll talk about Copa responses to that. An how it's been handled from a communication point of view the business roundtable with coming up on the second anniversary of their statement of cooperation. Changes so We'll talk about that. We'll talk about it. And then he saw asaka press conference and As you can hear off from brooklyn soundtrack in the background of the police. Please bear with us on that. And that's another of the modern podcasting environment Yeah diameters asaka another press conference which brought out the topic of the interactions between the mateer and athletes would still come out. The latest on vaccine shots and hearts so reach. Cohorts entering narrow group has put its financial the australian holding company and notable people move. But joe let's start with you. You've been at j.p. Morgan thirty five years heading up communications. I think you'd go to four hundred folks in one hundred countries around the world so to massive job for an iconic brands palace. What what's an average day is head of communications for in a role like that would love to get a. I guess you could say there isn't an average day but the great sagacity will fail for some of the things that you're doing on a daily basis. You're right there's not an average day by the communist so we catch so many different things that one of the reasons i stayed in. This job is because every day is different. I actually try to carve out about a half mile. Gay for unexpected because we never know is so yesterday we had any terrible assault From a man with a hatchet going into one of her age goes on on broadway. Now hannah and the police put the video and it's on the front page today. That was that was something that came out of the blue at the same time. A former president trump attacked our ceo on fox news. And you know another thing that was happening. Yesterday was We have a large group of former military and we were trying to see what we could do to how those employees especially In land what was happening in afghanistan and see how we could support man support other employee groups have impacted just a lot. There's a lot of things going on every single day. In as i said. I tried to leave room for that. Typical day is early early in the morning or late at night before. I read everything so that i'm not surprised at what's coming the next morning. And and then what i do. Is i surly up with money. Eight people around the world and run. Our businesses was going to be hot for the next five hours. And then we just As i said it's fun it's been thirty five years but every day is different in. How much does it dictated by. What's most affecting the ceo the c. suite Ultimate city rights. Topor is is. Does it depend on exactly what it is not really. It's more what's packing. The reputation of the company are our. Ceo jamie dimon even though he has a big public image. She's very nets he is. He's very sophisticated consumer of at what all of us do for a living terms communications. Pr he gets it. He gets the importance of it. He respects journalism which always makes our lives easier because journalists are not the enemy and so so he's he's more of a partner to us and so i find lower down the line it gets trickier so it really is. What's what's attaching our customers. Let's touching mutation what's touching the stock prices on. Yeah how much would you say it's changed. You've been thirty five via so you've got a greg perspective. On how many has changed the media how society has changed. What would you say. The biggest two different sousa. But it's crazy. Because when i started we had twelve thousand employees on now. We have two hundred and fifty thousand employs. When i started if you look at the top ten minutes in america. Seven of those banks right. Now are thinking morgan chase. So whether you're talking about what we can. I chicago or ban. Waen or washington. Usual or chemical were chased bank manufacturers hanover. Bank the bank of new york bank branches and so forth throw casanova and fleming overseas and bear stearns. And so you know we were doing one. Press release every two months. When i started and now we're doing for day. We were getting three press caused day and now we get over five hundred a day so there's just a lot more activity. I'd say things move a lot more quickly. They don't stick. And so so you're you're constantly just pivoting from one thing to the next biggest change that i've seen. I'll try to make this a short answer. But the biggest change that i've seen is when i first heard if you were number one in your industry in profits or top firms if you were number one rankings league tables if you're stopped was at a record high if your customer service ribbons were added eight high. If you no problem recruiting you used to get good. Pr and you know. He used to pray for other things happen now..

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Elizabeth Warren Spars With JPMorgan Chase Head Jamie Dimon on Overdraft Fees

CNBC's Fast Money

01:17 min | 4 months ago

Elizabeth Warren Spars With JPMorgan Chase Head Jamie Dimon on Overdraft Fees

"The nation's top bankers taking some serious heat today on capitol hill see. Jp morgan citi goldman wells. Fargo morgan stanley and bank of america. Kicking off two days of testimony before congress. And if you wanna taste of how things went down. Check out this exchange between senator elizabeth warren and j. p. morgan ceo. Jamie dimon mr diamond. How much did j. p. morgan collect an overdraft fees from their consumers in twenty twenty. Your i think your numbers are totally inaccurate but blessed temporary public. I also want to point out. We did not overdraft. Can you just answer my question. John anymore than over and how much in fact to jfk mortgage collect an overdraft fees from their customers in two thousand twenty the number. I don't remember in front of me. I actually have. Non exceed three billion dollars. We waived the fees for customers upon request if they were under stress because cove it. But you can fix that right now. Mr diamond will you commit right now to refund a half billion dollars you took from consumers during the pandemic. Not pretty

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"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on Talent Makers Studio

Talent Makers Studio

03:39 min | 10 months ago

"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on Talent Makers Studio

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"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on Talent Makers Studio

Talent Makers Studio

02:39 min | 10 months ago

"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on Talent Makers Studio

"You know take an active role in that and really save and invest for their futures. So all of these areas come together work with partners all over the bank as well as outside of the bank and it's a wonderful mission to be part of what our unique role. I love to dig in a little bit more on that in a bit Recall over to you. So you've got a managing director position. You oversee a huge amount of responsibility in this big global financial institution. What's that been like. And i love to hear a story about how you see yourself as a female leader in what's predominantly and historically been a very male industry. Well i thanks daniel. I'm super excited to be here of mary. Confront sam so part of j. p. morgan chase and i we are northeast. Division which includes consumer business are wealthy engine business and would super exciting about that is being there for our client. So across the northeast. We've close to ten thousand employees that wake up every and serve our customers on all of their banking Vestments needs which really important about that is. We have closer thousand branches and we service about four nine million customers which pretty dynamic is the amazing folks that we have that. Wake up every day to do that for myself. Were got me to this jury to be in what i call the people. Business is little over. Twenty years on wall street started in investment banking spent a couple many years in asset and wealth management and. Now really excited about you. Bill bring both of consumer business together with our wealth management business. You're right. I think it's been some time. Which is why i enjoy. All what sam does wakes up every day to do is to make sure that has been organization. That's committed to the leadership of women in in what i call very important. Hiring and pnl's my belief in life is diversity. Guest diversity and the opportunity for women to be positions is pretty critical. My full career has one hundred percents that about sentencing customers. And i think as part of that there's definitely will continue to be opportunity for more women and minorities to be in that space because all the communities we serve his buried divers which is why our leadership should also represent the communities that we saw. I'm curious you mentioned that. You describe yourself as being in the people business which i think for our listeners. They might think a bank is very much in the money business. What do you mean what i mean by that is one. We service individuals and very importantly. There's no way we could do. We do without the amazing individuals..

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Ant Group to raise $34.5 billion, valuing it at over $313 billion, in biggest IPO of all time

Bloomberg Markets

03:30 min | 11 months ago

Ant Group to raise $34.5 billion, valuing it at over $313 billion, in biggest IPO of all time

"Jack Mas and group It's expected to raise about $34.5 billion through an I P s right in Shanghai and Hong Kong on here's a little perspective for you. That's about the same valuations. JPMorgan Chase four times larger than Goldman Sachs. How about that? Let's get more on this company and why it's cornering so much attention, and it's rolling the global financial landscape. Bloomberg News deals reporter Crystal seas with us. She's on the phone in New York City. Crystal good to have you here with us. I mean, this is a blockbuster. Yeah, it's the biggest Theo As we expected. You know, a Ramco last year to be the big hero turned out to be a 29 billion dio. And in here we come 35 billion, so this really would be the biggest deal. It would be a monster deal. Why do people want to invest in it? Where's the appetite coming from? This's a story of a very much for player in the fintech space and all these impact player. It is a competition like that in this papal pasta then, but a plus the J. P. Morgan Really. It has a lot of influence in China because somehow take over the shares. Market shares. Traditional banks Path popular in China. And Ollie paid, which is the product that and operate with. It's probably the biggest player in China, so I mean that it's on Alone just share volume that they process gives them the valuation and this race that they could justify So Krystal is it a company that will continue to dominate in China and in Asia specifically or did something a company that we're going to see spread throughout the globe? Ultimately, Interestingly, 40% of the use of proceeds is actually going to be used for overseas payment extension on DH, although that's sounds like they're expanding out of China. Very much focused on Chinese customers. What it really means is that they will try to extend into merchant In in in places where Chinese tourists like to visit like, You know, when you go, too, I guess like the husband yard. When you go to Paris with me, you will feed a luxury stores with on Ali pay Q R code so That is that is what they want. That's what their expansion is focusing on. But it's very much so a China Pacific play and not even within Asia is very much a China. People play well on Krystal. It's also a Chinese listing. I feel like it's not lost on any of the US any of us that this wasn't a US listing. They're not on the nicely. They're not in the NASDAQ. They II Po'ed in Hong Kong and Shanghai. I'm assuming in large part because of the scrutiny Chinese listed firms are under here in the U. S. But How significant is it that this thing did not price in New York City? He has the biggest. Whoever is not a U. S listing is also is the Chinese company that is listening in China and Hong Kong that the concurrent listening It's interesting. This has not been done before. Some companies have tried Teo a simultaneous thing. And will be the first to pull it off. But more importantly, Andi Ali pay and we have. Hey, we're under White House scrutiny just last month. White House is trying to ban both products and the US So I think that just that also explains why us It's not a friendly environment for this idea. Yeah, are we expected to see in a tiara at any point? It could happen, but with 35 billion. I don't think that is the immediate next after them.

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"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The Bloomberg Business at hand and Bloomberg Quick, Take He's a Bloomberg business Flash and I'm Karen Moscow, and we're watching more earnings Cross, the Bloomberg Johnson and Johnson and J. P. Morgan actually just reporting with third quarter revenue, beating Analystsestimates again, those headlines just crossing now we'll have more on that In just a moment. Right now, Johnson and Johnson reporting third quarter sales that beat Analystsestimates. It boosted its forecast still shares her lower on a reporter's vaccine study had been paused you to an unexplained illness and a participant. And shares her down 1.2% in the premarket black rocks. Assets under management surged to a record $7.8 trillion in the third quarter, lifted by a rising a stock market. SNP futures lower down about seven points down futures down 146 NASDAQ futures at 112 the decks in Germany's down a third of a percent 10 year treasury of 6 30 seconds, He'll 300.75% they yield on the two year 20.14%. Nynex heard oil up 1.8% or 71. Cents at $40.14 a barrel Comex school down 1/10 of a percent, or $2.10 at 1926 70 announced the euro 1.1788 against the dollar. British found 1.3050 and again 105.45 and that's a Bloomberg business Flash. Now here's Michael Bar with more on what's going on around the world. Michael here in the Senate Judiciary Committee will continue their second day of the confirmation hearing today for President Trump's Supreme Court pick. Judge Amy Cockney Barrett. Senators will grill the High Court nominee, including vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris, who sits on the Judiciary Committee. Barrett will face tough questions on both healthcare and abortion. Bloomberg will carry day two of the hearings live starting at 9 A.m. Wall Street time. In the wake of heat wave's global warming forest fires the U. N. Whether agency warns humanitarian help could Rise 50% by 2030 Global Dinghies 24 hours a day on here and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700, journalists and analysts more than 120 countries on Michael. Bart, This is Bloombergjohn. All right, Michael. Thank you went very much. We are lying for the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studios. Good morning. I'm John Tucker. Earnings from JPMorgan Chase are out at the first bank to report earnings for this third quarter. Just some of the highlights right now earnings per share to 92 versus 2 68 a year ago. Revenue 29.94 billion. That is a bit there and the provisions in the third quarter for credit losses $611 million way below what was estimated. Let's pick these apart right now. Alison Williams Bloomberg, senior analyst from Bloomberg Intelligence joins us right now, Alison, I know you're chewing on these numbers as we are what What's your first impression? That provision number that's Ah, very positive Surprise. You know, JP Morgan, as well as a few of the other banks had already talked about the fact that they were going to Sort of match their provisions closer to the Net charge off, but it looks like we could actually have some reserve released this quarter. We haven't yet seen the net charge off number. But the estimate for provisions with something like 2.4 billion, I think charge off relatively close to that, according to their guide, and so that's a much better number. We're going to want to hear more about that, Is it. The migration of losses is interview on the economy. Trading is the other number that AA lot of us look to a CZ one of the first few numbers just because that's where we tend to get a lot of surprises. A lot of volatility and that also came in much better than expected. Okay with the loan losses 60% drop right now. What? Ah, with the what can they do with that Added money. How does that work right now? So the way that it it works right now, As far as the provisions have gone, you know, there's generally two parts to it. One is the realized loss. And then Teo is sort of what you're setting aside for what you expected the future losses and so The really big provisions that we saw in the first half were really due to that ladder component due to the fact that weeks we're expecting things to get worse, we hadn't really seen any Sure. I mean, we've seen some charge offs, but really hadn't seen things start to accelerate, really just sort of building towards the future. So the question with the very small number today is on and I haven't had a chance to look thoroughly through their release yet, But the question is, are Are you seeing things coming in better than you would have thought keeping Mommy have all these government programs that deferrals forbearance, etcetera. Are things sort of migrating better than you thought, potentially in some of the commercial areas, the covert hit areas or is there a change in your economic view? Because a change to your assumptions could also impact your provisioning Either way, No, it was one of as an investor to know about by banks and dividends. It looks like they're going to be suspended loose the buybacks anyway through the end of the day of the year. So they are, and I think that that's as expected, and that's really not in the control of the bank right now. Ask the bags to the plaza's buy back all of the banks. The big banks at least resubmitting their plans. So I think we're going to want to hear more about that. When might that be able to resume again? Probably not up to JPMorgan themselves. All right, listen, thanks a lot. Bloomberg intelligence senior analyst Allison Williams in the premarket right now shares a. J. P. Morgan. Is there a four tents of a percent Nathan John. Thank you. It is 6 52 on Wall Street. Now it's time to check what's going on in D. C. Where Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett is face preparing for the first round of questioning in her Senate judiciary confirmation hearings. Let's get A preview of what's to come in Washington today. Bloomberg Politics Editor Kathleen Hunter joins us now and I guess we've gotten a pretty good sense of what kinds of questions the nominee could face..

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JPMorgan Chase earnings top expectations for third quarter

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

JPMorgan Chase earnings top expectations for third quarter

"Earnings from JPMorgan Chase are out at the first bank to report earnings for this third quarter. Just some of the highlights right now earnings per share to 92 versus 2 68 a year ago. Revenue 29.94 billion. That is a bit there and the provisions in the third quarter for credit losses $611

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"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"It stinks? Here's the latest financial news from the Bloomberg Market on 700 Geology. Well, Jeff Bellenger allegations are that Facebook is spying on Instagram users. What's up? Well, it's a lawsuit filed, it says the Facebook accesses the smartphone cameras of instagram users. This legal action was filed after media reports over the summer, said the photo sharing APP appeared to be activating iPhone cameras when the cameras were not being used. Facebook has denied the reports. It says false notifications about camera use were triggered by a bug. And it says that bug has since been fixed. Alright Smithfield Foods working to make its meat plants safer for everyone. You're turning to some relatively new technology to make the plant safer. Ionized hydrogen peroxide vapor machines built by extreme microbial technologies, a Dayton based company, by the way, are being installed at Smithfield facilities, a University of Florida study found. Ionized hydrogen peroxide is almost 100%, effective in reducing Corona virus on stainless steel surfaces. But the other researchers have doubts about its effectiveness and cleaning the air. Then Goldman Sachs has brought some workers back to the office. But they've had a setback. Yes, they have. They're the latest Wall Street institution to face a setback of sources say Goldman sent some traders home from its Manhattan headquarters after at least one employee tested positive for the Corona virus, JPMorgan Chase and mark plays of encountered similar situations. And this just shows how challenging it is now to get workers back to offices until the pandemics over a alright what a futures look like they're still mixed. SNP futures up one point now. NASDAQ futures are up. 42 Dow Futures are down 43 from Bloomberg. I'm Jeff Fallon. Jura news radio 700 wlw. Almost 8 12 8. Well, it's kind of late. 700.

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"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"They told me that humanity was 8% percent. Chief told me to get down about 20 generally considered indefensible. So the conditions are so explosive state of Washington right now, lack of humidity, the heat and the wind. We asked people to be extraordinarily cautious. Second. We know we need to do whatever we can to help her. Both local and state. Find NASA way know that these expenses are going to be considerable for the local communities. And the state's gonna have to step up and help replace some of the local dollars that have been expanded. Extended in these firefighters. Third. We need to do where we can management of some of our forests, which we are doing. We're spending Millions of dollars right now thinning some of our forest so they're less explosive. And we're doing that across the state of Washington. The raging blazes, also fueling a barrage of false information on social media post, blaming far left and far right groups for setting those fires. Officials turning to Facebook toe squash claims that far left antifa activist and far right proud boys were responsible for the fires in the Pacific Northwest. It's not clear how they began, but officials said high winds and dry conditions Made them worse. Don't speculate. Folks. Don't do it. You don't know how those fire started, and it is so disrespectful to those people who have lost all of their belongings their homes. Some people have lost relatives. Firefighters are out there risking their lives. A lot of them suffering PTSD. After these year round blazes have been put out. It's very unfair to the people that are actually Doing something about these fires, and not just sitting on the sidelines is speculating with fake news. So maybe put yourself in the shoes of others before you do that. Another Corona virus to rescue packages failed in the U. S. Senate Democrats blocking a Republican bill Thursday, they said, shortchanged pressing national needs. The mostly party line vote captive weeks of wrangling over 1/5 relief bill that all sides say they want but are unable to deliver. $650 billion measure that failed Thursday was roughly half the size of legislation promoted by Republican leaders this summer. Meanwhile, the nation's unemployment safety net is looking increasingly shaky, with a $300 a week federal jobless benefit from the Trump administration running out almost this quickly as it began Of course, millions of laid off Americans are nearing an end to their state unemployment aid. Most Americans who exhaust their state's unemployment benefits, typically after six months can transition to the federal program. Get an additional 13 weeks. But they still face a looming deadline by years, and nearly all the federal unemployment supports will expire now, unless Congress extends those programs, millions that could receive No further benefits. Well, the NFL kicking off on Thursday. Former NFL player was arrested. At the same time. A former player Josh Bellamy, has been charged with participating in a scheme to file fraudulent applications for more than $24 million in Corona virus relief funds, Court records say Bellamy was picked up Thursday and charged with wire fraud, bank fraud and conspiracy to commit wire fraud. Acting assistant a G Brian Rabbit Making the announcement on the On that program knows. I mentioned these charges in conjunction with charges previously brought by the criminal divisions fraud section since early May of this year. Bring the total number of defendants charged by the criminal division with PPP related fraud to 57. These numbers are revealing. The cases we've charged involve attempts to steal. Over $175 million from the PPP that actual losses to the federal government of over $70 million now through our swift efforts to date. We've been able to recover her freeze over $30 million PPP funds way expect to add to that total in the future as we seize additional funds. And liquidate assets that defendants have purchased using illegally obtained PPP funds Our cases or divers in size and scope involving fraud, ranging from requests for just $30,000 to as I mentioned before approximately $24 million In the span the country. We have brought charges and no fewer than 19 separate judicial district across the United States. JPMorgan Chase, meanwhile, says a number of its employees and customers may have abused that paycheck protection program and other stimulus..

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"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Writes to JPMorgan Chase Chairman and C E O. James Diamond about reports Bank employees were accused of prioritizing some paycheck protection program applications for personal gain. Rubio's now the Manning any information on allegations of abuse. The bank's investigating along with any actions to mitigate potential fraud. Chairman Rubio is dramatic answers by September, 23rd. But Magda Report Henderson County, North Carolina sheriff's deputy fatally shot by a breaking suspect Thursday. The suspect was then killed when other deputies returned fire. News and analysis at townhall dot com. I am. United States surgeon General Jerome Atoms, America's doctor and all across our nation. We've taken steps together to slow the spread of Corona virus. Now we must continue to take personal responsibility to protect ourselves and our loved ones because even though not all of us risked a severe case of Corona virus, we all risk getting it and spreading it to others. Maybe without even realizing that we're sick. So if we want to get back to school, backto work, backto worship and backto overall health there things our country needs to do. We need to follow state and local guidelines Take extra precautions. If it higher risk. Wash our hands frequently stay 6 ft from others when we can When we can't stay 6 ft from others. Please. I'm begging you where a face covering these small actions will make a big difference. So I'm asking you to say it with me. America Corona virus stops with me. You can learn more at corona virus dot gov produced by the U. S. Department of Health and human Services at taxpayer expense..

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Bad debts top $100 billion at nation's biggest banks

Dennis Prager

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Bad debts top $100 billion at nation's biggest banks

"Movement calling for racial justice. Potential cost of bad loans in the wake of the Corona virus for the nation's biggest banks, has reached 12 figures. The nation's five largest lenders, Bank of America, Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase, She was Bancorp in Wells Fargo said the financial stress Caused by the pandemic could cause Morrow's to default. This is town all that calm. A federal appeals court has temporarily halted a judge's order that the Dakota access pipeline the shutdown in three weeks. The Bismarck Tribune reports, the U. S Circuit Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit issued an administrative stay of the judge's order. The appeals court added, However, it quote should not be construed in any way is a ruling on the merits of the case. The state will remain in place until the appeals court rules on whether the developer energy transfer can keep oil flowing. While the court decides the Texas based companies appeal of the shutdown order correspondent Jeremy House City Council of Minneapolis approved a resolution Friday officially declaring racism a public health emergency. Resolution comes nearly two months after George Florida Black man died after White Minneapolis police officer dealt in his neck where Jacob Fry said quote systematic racism is among the greatest long term threats to our city. For these stories, a townhall dot com Patrick Falls

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"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on KTRH

"Smith from the Weather Channel 86 in Conroe, 85. Here at the top tax defenders, 24 hour weather Center Teno Wood to our top story What happens when you or someone at your work test? Positive for Cove? It Labor lawyer Andy True, Ceviche told he's since morning news about the tightrope businesses have to walk when someone tests positive. You have OSHA that says, you have to provide a safe work environment, which means to have to tell other co workers. But then you have the American with Disabilities Act that says If someone test positive for covert 19 that is confidential information, and you cannot release the person's identity. Ceviche says businesses aren't required to offer testing to employees, but they should do their best to follow all CDC guidelines to create a safe or as safe workplace as possible. Markets briefly started to recover this morning after JPMorgan Chase released its earnings report said profits fell but below what Wall Street expected. But that wasn't enough to stop. The trend that began after California began shutting down businesses just before yesterday's closing bell, Katie reach moneyman Patch in stocks are trading mixed Second quarter results are start rolling in today We've heard from a number of the big banks, JPMorgan as well, a Citigroup producing profits above analyst estimates. Meanwhile, Wells Fargo disappointed the Dow is up 171. But the S and P is down one. The NASDAQ is down 71. The oil future contract is 40 29. Katie RATES News time. 10 03 An Army medical team is in Houston to help fight the cove it outbreak Governor Abbott announced last week. A mobilization of federal resource is the US Army Urban Augmentation Medical Task Force arrived in Houston yesterday. The 85 member task force includes medical and support professionals from the Army Reserve, who will assist local efforts against the pandemic. A similar task force has been San Antonio since last week. President Trump and Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos continue to pressure schools so fully reopen Missouri U. S Senator Josh Holy was on Fox and friends to talk about it. It is absolutely vital. That we find a way to send kids back to school this fall, and if it all possible be playing fall sports, This is something that is is necessary for the health of kids that could say is the father of Two small Children to small boys, but so many families that my wife and I talked to that we see that we hear from in Missouri. They're desperate to be ableto have their kids get that structure. Now more of the Michael Berry show. I'm Scott Cutter in history of 7 40 It's that time time lock and load. Michael very show is on the air..

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JPMorgan Chase earnings top estimates

Michael Berry

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

JPMorgan Chase earnings top estimates

"As possible. Markets briefly started to recover this morning after JPMorgan Chase released its earnings report said profits fell but below what Wall Street expected. But that wasn't enough to stop. The trend that began after California began shutting down businesses just before yesterday's closing bell, Katie reach moneyman Patch in stocks are trading mixed Second quarter results are start rolling in today We've heard from a number of the big banks, JPMorgan as well, a Citigroup producing profits above analyst estimates. Meanwhile, Wells

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"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on This Week in Machine Learning & AI

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

14:00 min | 1 year ago

"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on This Week in Machine Learning & AI

"That's very nice and then I will stop is just that we also have been trying to understand these problem of a client experience or fraud all sorts of problems that we need to classify into. Let's think about fraud from a behavioral point of view. When I give you an example that is very important for us winter. Stand so if you and I would have been asked to classify in New York City which of the cars are taxes on. Which was our personal cars. You know ten years ago you would not use only the color of the car you and I would say yellow taxi known yellow private. That's him right. So that was the specification based on this feature if we are asked now which cars are service cars in which are private cars. The color doesn't help anymore only was basically that are Zuber's lifts Via everything so now. It's a question of classifying behavior rather than just these one shot features because the behavior. Now he's like okay. This car went from here. Stopped there in when they're stopped again as being those. Oh that looks like a service car. Not a personal car. It's the behavior in some sense that helps us classify servicemen service and we are trying to apply the same thing to problem that have been classified the lock by just looking at this particular transaction and deciding. Oh this is an amount these gozweta conflict. We don't know when just looking at that by building the behavior of these in all these users to try to detect what can be eventually behavior. Daddy's not normal behavior. That is this that we can distinguish from other type of behavior at it became not only of the transaction or only snapshot but we now in terms of research are building these representation of all these time dependencies of all these connections in terms of knowledge of all these graphs based representation to try to captured much higher level the to try to classify these fraud fraud to capture these complicated concentration problems. The site very similar to the taxi. Personal Attacks Your Car. Service version okay. Servicing York the same problem and so that's another example in which we have shown that indeed by capturing how much of these nodes these these users in our network of interactions a communicate with each other and his accounts transfer from one another. You are able to detect much better behavior. That he's not a normal so this is another example and we have done also the third example. I can give you just to finish. These kind of like examples is that we have been also basically automating the generation of a lot of documents either for regulators or for our clients or internally ballpoint presentations representation is a translation from data that he's in some format like numbers lots and lots and lots of information about transactions into English into another presentation charts insides comments and we have been automating that the kind of like a description of the data in representation that is readable audited. That is formatted according to what's required to show when you say translation and you mean that literally like using a neural machine translation type of a tool and applying it to the particular scenario. Very good question. In fact we have not yet learned distress. Latian we are really just writing an unallocated to make the translation computes basically all these. It's like a you could think about these as a template feeling kind of like Albritton the template these complex. Where do we get it? We had to represent it well and then we feel and then we are ready eventually at some point to do the learning of what these parameters should be in how the template should move and the personalization and who goes where but in another level of learning this not really learning how these words in a different language but so we built at the relation machinery and now we have to adjust all the parameters of these machinery through feedback and through yet through data through the use of these but we build the translation machinery and that required the beautiful thing about building. These translation machinery is that we tried to built in a way that he doesn't apply only to a specific task. So we these general in terms of like different types of report so they all required eventually the data coming to this form so you change the data manipulate these knowledge in a way that you can automate so in some sense. I am as you can imagine from my first days. I am always A. How can I say an automation person? I more than eating person and then machine learning for me like a tool to try to get these Moore he's Outta mation machinery adjusted and personalized. Dan The general uh Generalized Him Ransford in all sorts of things but So the data own plays the role for me as okay now why it just all of these and this goes to that side supposedly side or so. That's what these examples of three projects the modern project this kind of behavior based throb detection and these automation of reports out of several others as we have done. Yep and do you see your charter at the bank. In terms of a a time horizon there are lots of embedded machine learning. Ai Folks imagine all over the bank in your heating organizations in client service marketing etc. You know that a working on immediate projects are is one of the ways that you see your charter as being urine. You know five to twenty year realization or whatever the numbers might be. It's a good question so e- indeed. Jp Morgan Shays amazing in terms of how much Machine learning is being applied throughout throughout the for and for classification of emails for marketing decisions for decisions on credit. No CREDIT LEARN ALL. These are supported by data driven autism. In one way or another they are present throughout fifty thousand technologists that. Jp Morgan chases heads and out of those thousands now more. Hundreds are a Yai in machine. Learning people very close with the business. Somehow we are building these understanding that the we work close to them. We end. They were close to us when the problems are every level of complexity order dreaming that cannot they don't they don't have the immediate way of addressing them. We start a much better dialogue. For example he's monitoring thing or even like the generation of these documents automated generalized and learning from. The US is kind of something we are involved. It's not get deployed. So it's a widely applied machine learning the apply. They actually are very close to the business and making sure things get immediately deployed but our behavior our the research we do the steps. I mean a stink about your cancer problem. You know there might be stepped in which you find. Better Kim. Yo that might be steps. Did you find better devices? And they end up. You know getting to be in the hands of the Practitioners and so. It's the same same thing with us. For example these things we are doing about behavior recognition and eventually understanding the network of interactions for fraud detection. It will eventually be a closer to deployment then other things. We are working on so that the spectrum Ed We interact a lot with the business with like a lot without Coleccion in applied machine learning and but we still kind of leave in these world of being free to. How do you say to transform to reinvent to to just think a little bit more without the boundaries of having something that is needed today now? Five twenty years now but I do expect to that we expensive just so we know why expect that we produce novelty and innovation every year every year. We do something. When do we reach the goals who knows I'm in trouble? Couple used to say by twenty fifty. We will beat the World Cup human players robots. We'll beat the will walk up by. We made that twenty-fifty we are getting close to that but anyway but knowing exactly when we will eradicate financial crime but we also but these goals we built them to be like for twenty thirty and any role in some sense but is your your novelty and innovation metric is what is it direct value to the business me you've come up with something and they've implemented it and it solving a problem or is it you know. Is there a publishing model for example where you expect to be publishing in academic literature and that's a metric for novelty and innovation definitely the ladder to We have a lot of connections with we publish all our results so we want to be involved in all the research activities and I quit like a tally you. Sam a whole other conversation about our connections with universities. The fellowships created research awards. We created. I'm sorry I did not focus on that as much but yes. We are literally every search group and as such we OUGHTA research group however I do believe that we will that we make a difference. Also another level of value to the company always bring talent. You know it's very good Leica. We very good benefits for our firm a lot of talent in computer science school than a core and machine learning a Yai and computer science computer engineering. Awesome other any Particular places that we can look for publications or some of the. Yeah Yeah there is A. We have a an external website with all our publications. And I can text to you with I believe is just JP Morgan Slash Ai. A mortgage as I forget now. I have the bookmarks Tesa down and included in pitch perfect. They need has all description of the goals of publications. We have done these different pillars everything. Okay how how do you see the role and the group of evolving again? You're kind of recently having established these principles and kind of getting underway. You've grown pretty significantly. You know what do you expect to see over the next few years so we are a group of basically Me Heading and then I have three research directors Tucker Baulch who came from Georgia Tech Came from Google and then some in a shot ten for MSG five hundred and basically the three of them in me are the directors of these group. We have only masters in Peach Season Microbe Masters level impeach in. We expect to grow by next year to be a group of probably fifty by the this year and then only grow up to be a hundred within the next two three years. Stay at the hundred. One hundred and fifty within Morgan doing research a research in the financial so anyone who has an interest on doing Aye. Yai Research in not the Ted. Not only minority wants to see that. Not only the technical The the the giant Tech Google. Facebook can hardly afford. This is a great place to be to do a research in this particular kind of like financial domain but in Greg we published in Greg through Research and machine learning. So that's what I'm trying to build is a little research group up to two hundred people I would say within the next man. Well thanks so much for taking the time to chat with us. Share a bit about what you're up to. It was great Great meeting you and great learning about what you're doing. Thank you very much salmon. Thanks for hosting me absolutely..

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"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on This Week in Machine Learning & AI

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

15:18 min | 1 year ago

"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on This Week in Machine Learning & AI

"Are everyone. I am on the line with Manuela. Veloso Manuela is the head of AI. Research at J. P.

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AI Research at JPMorgan Chase with Manuela Veloso

This Week in Machine Learning & AI

09:20 min | 1 year ago

AI Research at JPMorgan Chase with Manuela Veloso

"Are everyone. I am on the line with Manuela. Veloso Manuela is the head of AI. Research at J. P.

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JPMorgan Chase earnings slump in first quarter

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

JPMorgan Chase earnings slump in first quarter

"The first of the big bank earnings are out to with JP Morgan chase doing better than predicted reporting it built nearly seven billion dollars worth of reserves for the corona virus and what its CEO calls the likelihood of a fairly severe

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CDC says the coronavirus has stabilized and economy will reopen slowly

Mike McConnell

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

CDC says the coronavirus has stabilized and economy will reopen slowly

"It's going to be one of the most uncertain earnings season separate starts today JPMorgan chase Wells Fargo Johnson and Johnson and delta airlines are on the list of companies scheduled posted quarterly results that the uncertainty about the earnings sent stocks were actually resulted in a mixed market yesterday we had the Dow and the S. and P. five hundred down the nasdaq had a small advance all right head of the CDC's offering encouragement what way well is the CDC director Robert Redfield told the fox news the corona virus has stabilized he says the number of U. S. cases should start to show declines soon he said the economy will re open slowly and in a prudent way

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Small Business Loan Program Makes Bumpy Start

Rush Limbaugh

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Small Business Loan Program Makes Bumpy Start

"Some much needed help for small businesses treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin tweeting that the three hundred forty nine billion dollar corona virus rescue loan program for small businesses is now up and running Mnuchin is encouraging businesses to go to their lenders to apply for loans of up to ten million dollars that if interest rates of just one percent the massive federally guaranteed program is aimed at keeping main street businesses from restaurants to nail salons to retail stores from laying off their employees amid wide scale shutdowns oxes John decker in Washington but the program is reportedly getting off to a bumpy start in certain areas some large lenders like Wells Fargo and bank of America saying they're ready to go but others like JPMorgan chase say they're not ready to accept applications citing lack of guidance from the treasury

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"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on KGO 810

"President trump has made it clear action by Congress he is fast I'm John all state on the new morning show with Nick in the door I'm Bret Burkhart governor Gavin Newsom says for the nation's five largest banks have agreed to help out during the corona virus crisis very please that Wells Fargo US bank Citi and JPMorgan chase I have all agreed to ninety day waiver of payments for those that have been impacted by cold at night T. Newsome says bank of America has only committed to a thirty day grace period but he hopes that will join the other banks as well he calls it a big sigh of relief for Californians under financial stress because of the public health crisis San Francisco mayor London breed estimates the city will need five thousand more hospital beds to care for the expected surge in cases and that's based on what's been happening in New York and other cities breed and other city officials are pleading with state and federal leaders to help San Francisco prepare for the influx of cases that are expect this is not as easy as opening up a bed it also requires that we have nurses we have doctors we have healthcare professionals and we have sufficient PP to keep them safe as well as support the patients that we are here to serve breed says the city needs money to fund the pop up hospitals outfit existing spaces and medical facilities expand the capacity at existing hospitals as part of that.

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UBS Bank won’t fund new offshore Arctic oil, gas projects

WBZ Midday News

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

UBS Bank won’t fund new offshore Arctic oil, gas projects

"A Swiss bank has joined with three major U. S. banks and ending support for offshore drilling in the arctic brain shock reports UBS invested roughly three hundred million dollars into arctic oil and gas projects between twenty sixteen and twenty eighteen according to an environmental group this comes after similar announcements from Wells Fargo JPMorgan chase and Goldman Sachs Wells Fargo and Goldman Sachs specifically said they would avoid future drilling in the arctic National Wildlife

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JPMorgan CEO Dimon has emergency heart surgery, recovering

Sean Hannity

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

JPMorgan CEO Dimon has emergency heart surgery, recovering

"JPMorgan chase informed employees and shareholders last evening that CEO Jamie Dimon underwent emergency heart surgery yesterday and is recovering the sixty three year old Dimon the bank's chief executive since twenty oh five suffered a tear in the lining of the aorta blood vessel necessitating that

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JPMorgan Chase's 4Q profits jump 21%, helped by trading

Charlie Parker

00:06 sec | 1 year ago

JPMorgan Chase's 4Q profits jump 21%, helped by trading

"JPMorgan chase shares are up one percent in premarket trade the bank's profit in trading beat wallstreet

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Trump, Jamie Dimon And President discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Trump, Jamie Dimon And President discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"There was word today by the way the president trump held a conference call Wednesday amid the plunge in the stock market with three of wall street's top executives Moynahan Jamie Dimon the JPMorgan chase and Michael core about of city group people familiar with the matter say the executives briefed the president who was at his resort in Bedminster New

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JPMorgan Chase Kicks Off Earnings Season With Record Quarterly Profit

Smart Investing with Brent Wilsey

01:20 min | 2 years ago

JPMorgan Chase Kicks Off Earnings Season With Record Quarterly Profit

"Let's talk about because very important yesterday. Couple of things that came out J P Morgan Chase. And I just love this make him out. They had prophets route five percent to nine point two billion revenue. Also up five percent this quarter twenty nine point nine billion dollars. And I just have to kind of not laugh, but say wasn't it just in December. Oh my gosh. Economy's faltering and finger going terrible. So glad that they came out and Jimmy diamond has very good comments. Oh, absolutely. I believe those are both record numbers. Yes. They are. So that is very impressive and interest rates are dropping it's going to crush, the banks and seems like it's having a minimal effect on these banks lending is still very strong Jimmy diamond actually came out and said, you know, the growing US economy employment and wages going up modern inflation financial markets, healthy consumer and business confidence strong. And that's a very important statement from the CEO of the largest Bank in the United States because they do all different types of lending with. Businesses lending with consumers, they see the credit cards. They can see the transactions with People's Bank account. So they know what's going on with money and the United States, and he feels very very confident of where the economy is not saying we're going to have five percent growth GDP by things are not bad. And they still remain

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German government, JPMorgan Chase deny report on Deutsche Bank

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

00:33 sec | 3 years ago

German government, JPMorgan Chase deny report on Deutsche Bank

"A stake in deutsche bank a german magazine named the new york firm and industrial and commercial bank of china as possible investors because of frankfurt's increasing importance as a financial hub following brexit deutsche bank has been struggling with a management reshuffle and plans to reduce its global presence under new ceo christian sewing shares of fallen about thirty seven percent so far this year jeff bellinger bloomberg radio musk is sending a team of engineers to thailand to help rescue a boy soccer team stuck in a cave the billionaires companies will try to pinpoint.

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As Jpmorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) Stock Price Declined, Adams Express Company Has Upped Position by $12.45 Million; Mercury Sys (MRCY) Position Maintained by Columbus Circle Investors

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

01:06 min | 3 years ago

As Jpmorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) Stock Price Declined, Adams Express Company Has Upped Position by $12.45 Million; Mercury Sys (MRCY) Position Maintained by Columbus Circle Investors

"The scandinavian bank dear says any money manager who serious about ethical investing should drop facebook not as head of sustainable finance says social network was unresponsive to questions about the cambridge analytica scandal goldman sachs and morgan stanley urging investors not to get spooked by this stress test scores the federal reserve said the two banks have the two lowest capital levels by one key measure in the latest stress test results back the banks not to worry that may not affect dividends and stock buybacks abbas says a warning for the u k we get the details from bloomberg's ed corry the aerospace company says if great britain leaves the eu without a brexit deal it may pull its british investments out airbus which employs about fourteen thousand people in the uk says it must know by the end of the summer what rules will govern its operations or the company will quote reconsider its longterm footprint of the country while making business leaders have demanded clarity about the future with britain set to leave the eu and nine months airbus sheer size enroll in the economy make it an influential voice in the brexit debate the comedy says failure to reach a brexit agreement would be catastrophic ed corry bloomberg radio.

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"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

Yahoo Finance Presents

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

"It wasn't just you getting to a crash chenkmi dining put his feet to the fire there by you is had business students also involved in this andi know that he he's looked to with so much respect that people want to know what cannot tipsy has for getting to where he has having the kind of life that he has disease state take a step back at all give any at any good takeaways for me anti that i cannot take into my career will for sure and lemme yards should probably give some context about this interview we did this interview in washingtondcum and it was in front of an audience of about a dozen groups from a dozen business schools in the middle atlantic region and um you know from schools lichttheuniversityofmarylandandumtheuniversityofvirginia etcetera etcetera and um the students were mba students who were there and and they were wrapped i mean they were really paying very close attention they were all dressed up umi think some of them are hoping to meet jamie and he did mingle afterwards and and and speak to many of them um but they had a chance to ask questions and the questions were really great i mean they range from policy questions to banking questions to questions about um how to get a great job and how to move up in your careers as you're asking and you know he he had a lot of ideas about that and a lot of them just were commonsense ideas about following your heart and making sure that you didn't compromise and and you know maintain good ethical standards but you know a lot of times people actually need that kind of reinforcement shannon you're sorta choosing between two things and you kinda no one of these things might be cutting a corner but man it's an attractive thing to do and he just shouldn't do it andi think that that kind of reinforcement is is very worthwhile.

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"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

Yahoo Finance Presents

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

"We need good regulations and with people have to start to learn is good not more or less not punitive or not pierre but good and to have a good you have to constantly look at them to she she should have a permanent costbenefit what works which the is it still necessary center so that estimate wasn't dumb i as i said in the chairman's later even if it's an exaggeration an accord some good stuff it's a lot so if you go speak they forget me goes to the any small business any middle market company any company america and they'll tell you the amount of work they do a worthless reporting worthless this worthless and sometimes anecdotes a truce i put some numbers there about you know pages in time effort and small business for now says the biggest reason smallbusiness formation is the lowest has been in any kind of major recovery like this and the small business people tell you which mostly regulation some lack of credit but mostly regulation so my view is always look at these things and modify don't be democratic republican about it don't be nurtured kneejerk but doesn't work why we doing it your law were put in place for good intent and they don't have that the or they have shoot unintended consequences and in fact i would tell you the unintended consequences unless in regulation is huge and knows and i mentioned several their own financial services we've been we want to be a reasoned voice we've not been throw out doddfrank reversible absolutelynotwe had a crisis now there are legitimate complaints that that should have been fixed many happened fixed issue we should congratulate rigors that and some went to foreign summit adverse consequences i mentioned one in there and just listen closely this when we talk about americai'm a patriot to from from top to bottom about with this country represents for the whole world about mortgage regulations that wasn't doddfrank per se it was it was tons irregulars there are seven people and then 50 states involved the wringers mortgages the rules and regulate or 3000 service requirements on how many origination requirements the cost of a mortgage today with the consumers pain for is 20 basis points more than was before that's number one because of rules and regulations and the cost of syria to fold mortgages and litigation a lot of remortgage originated including banks but not only banks won't.

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"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

Yahoo Finance Presents

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

"To start you often about it i mean just to follow quickly in came on the mississippi 'cause the because america has this you might left a little bit but has mainly resilient political system it's the longest democracy in the planet today is been through far worse than today so go back to the depressionworldwaroneworldwartwo several other depressions it's resilient it will find its way it will break down andi'm on a showing up in this thing thetrump administration has when they're talking about so he's he's corporate taxes infrastructure education regulation anger on the right track those are the things and they will help the average american like you is hard to imagine moved to recover taxes there are three studies i mention there an nc any to say the opposite that when you reduce corporate taxes wages go up not down okayand so and i also have other examples near that we we can design policies who can make it work better he didn't shy away from talking about politics and and talking about donaldtrump the president can you address that yeahand you mentioned earlier jin that barackobama young he was barackobama's favor banker but you know donaldtrump singled him out for praise at a meeting earlier this year saying oh you know and i'm gonna get to talk to jamiediamondaboutdoddfrank he knows everything about that and that's great jamieumii guess everybody legs likes uk'szan he as a popular guy right you know andi asked him about donaldtrumpand you know obviously he doesn't agree with everything the donaldtrump says and he knowledge it and but you know so there's a pretty quick answer that is i don't agree with everything anybody says um but you know he does make the case that you know you root for the pilot of the airplane or the captained the ship that you're on andi think that's the metaphor that he used and you know made that case.

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"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

Yahoo Finance Presents

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"jpmorgan chase" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents

"All the time and they see it you've got to see you've all been probing companies are some wherever they say one thing to do another can you feel free to speak your mind youknowis it is cleared the measures open to anyone's ideas or just their friends ideas you know is is is a cronyism is it really meritocracy and you catch all know we'll see that when you go that is the tuition nieto driver got to get rid of the bad people got promote the good ones inside a company we just poured a gentleman from investment banking to run small business i got so many people saying that is so wonderful now what happens in other companies some time it a deadly go again how could they have done that now when you pick the right person the you know that you you walking the walk when you say you're gonna put the right doing the right job so these students here i'm sure are interested in advancing their careers should take people make mistakes to sometimes mistakes innocent mistake and you tell people you know xi've been i've dealt with eight up perched be fired i said that person made a mistake they could be you brought that your son your mother your father if we're the judgment jury you're gonna be damn shape would be careful if they're an ethical they lie they were completely destroyed the wrong they they did it just to further their own bonus career they're out of the company and we were quite rigorous and stuff like that so doesn't mean they don't make mistakes inside the company if you read my letters all those years i talk about the good the bad the ugly i told better mistakes and how we fix them and what we did about them so that you taking your own people at the time it's okay to air issues if you have if you have the top brass it a company spinning everything than telling you it's okay spin them to basically soi think it is important message all those things.

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