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Investors face a growing list of risks heading into the fourth quarter that just keeps getting bigger — from rising interest rates to a possible revival of inflation and gridlock in Washington that may become headwinds for economic growth.The Federal Reserve remains in rate-hiking mode and is unlikely to cut borrowing costs next year by as much as previously thought. The prospect of $100-a-barrel oil at a time of expanded strikes by the United Auto Workers union is reigniting inflation concerns.
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JPMorgan (JPM) announces a 5% hike in quarterly dividend to $1.05 per share. Given the strong fundamentals and strategic expansion efforts, one can keep an eye on the stock to earn this higher dividend.
JPMorgan Chase & Co. JPM, -0.13% said in the extended session Tuesday that its board had hiked the bank's dividend by 5%. The board authorized a quarterly dividend of $1.05 a share, up from a previous $1 a share, to be paid Oct. 31 to stockholders of record as of Oct. 6.
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JPMorgan (JPM) intends to expand further in India, mainly catering to the thriving startup ecosystem.
Democrats are increasingly split over the issue of tougher bank regulations, as some of the party's lawmakers join their Republican colleagues and bank executives in questioning whether the Federal Reserve and its partner agencies are going too far with proposed rules that critics say could slow growth and crimp lending to critical sectors of the economy.
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JPMorgan (JPM) expects 1-2% decline in trading and IB revenues in the third quarter of 2023. The company reaffirms NII and expense guidance for 2023.
JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon says we've been 'spending like drunken sailors,' and that's a big risk to the economy
JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon warned of risks to the still-resilient US economy. "We've been spending money like drunken sailors around the world, this war in Ukraine is still going on," he said.