General Electric & Morgan Chase
General Electric Company , or GE, is an American multinational conglomerate corporation incorporated in Schenectady, New York and headquartered in Fairfield, Connecticut, United States. JPMorgan Chase & Co. is an American multinational banking corporation of securities, investments and retail./5
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THIS WEEK: Nothing major is scheduled for Monday. Tuesday offers Q4 results from Wells Fargo and JPMorgan Chase and December retail sales numbers. Wednesday, Bank of America, Kinder Morgan, Fastenal, CSX and Plexus announce earnings, and a new Federal Reserve Beige Book and the December PPI arrive. Thursday brings the December CPI, the January NAHB Housing Market Index, the latest initial jobless claims, remarks by Ben Bernanke at a special Brookings Institution conference on central banking, and earnings from UnitedHealth, BB&T, American Express, Intel, Goldman Sachs, Capital One, BlackRock, Citigroup, Charles Schwab, First Republic Bank and PNC Financial. Friday offers data on December industrial output, housing starts, and building permits and the month's initial consumer sentiment index from the University of Michigan; General Electric, Comerica, Bank of NY Mellon, Morgan Stanley, Schlumberger and SunTrust all post earnings.
The Dow and S&P 500 closed at five-year highs on Friday following a third week of straight gains, underpinned by a solid start to the quarterly earnings season. We anticipated this last year when the third quarter disappointed investors following a sharp fall in the market through to June and July, and the prevailing fears that the Eurozone would fall apart. This damaged confidence and business morale. By October the market had bounced and sentiment improved significantly, and I think we are now seeing this coming through in the current US earnings season. Morgan Stanley reported strong results on Friday, and this followed better-than-expected earnings for Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan Chase earlier last week. General Electric also reported a good result. Friday’s rise in the market was only held back by a disappointing result from Intel. We will watch the rest of the earnings season closely, but I think the prevailing trend of improvement will continue. In an encouraging sign for the US banking sector, J ...
Torch Light March Shine a Light on Gov. Snyder’s Lies, Crimes and Corporate Cronies! TODAY! Thursday, Dec. 13 Gather 4:30 PM West Grand and Third St, across from Fisher Theater,3011 West Grand 5:00 PM March! On Tuesday,Governor Snyder signed so-called ‘right-to-work’ legislation that promises to unravel the middle class, flatten wages and crush workers’ rights. Despite calling the legislation ‘divisive’ and claiming that it was not on his agenda,Snyder forced the legislation through the legislature at the request of extreme,right-wing,corporate interests like the Koch Brothers and *** DeVoss of AMWAY. In fact,over 30 corporations like General Electric,JP Morgan Chase,PNC Bank,Peabody, Charles Schwab,Verizon,Duke Energy,Dow Chemical,and Exxon bankrolled the effort to spread lies. Like so many other pieces of legislation attacking the working people,his bill was brought to you by ALEC,part, of a national,coordinate campaign to destroy the middle class. Gov. Snyder is committing crimes against u ...
Something interesting, Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan Chase co., Citi Group, UBS Ag, and General Electric... All among the top contributers to Romney in 2012, but also among top contributers to Obama in 2008 campaign...
Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, Barclays, Citigroup, Wells Fargo, General Electric... Two things all these corporations have in common? First, They all have been investigated for tax or financial crimes and many took part in big bailouts in 2007. Second, THEY ARE THE TOP FINANCIAL SUPPORTERS OF MITT ROMNEY! do those companies represent you? Cuz 'ol Romney has THEIR backs!
A Government Accountability Office (GAO) audit released today revealed systematic conflicts of interest within the Federal Reserve where top executives of financial institutions and corporations directly manipulated and benefitted from Fed policy. Unfortunately, this is not just one instance, but has become a widespread cancer in the Federal Reserve System where no less than 18 current and former Fed board members were directly tied to banks and corporations that received bailouts and other special treatment from the Fed. The Federal Reserve has no restrictions whatsoever about directors owning stock or even working directly for banks that are regulated and overseen by the Federal Reserve, which has become commonplace. Federal Reserve directors have direct ties to major players including General Electric, JP Morgan Chase, Goldman Sachs and Lehman Brothers which the non-partisan report characterized as “reputational risks” to the Fed. I would say calling it a “reputational risk” is a bit of an unde ...
I would like to take this time to congratulate Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase, Morgan Stanley, Bank of America, Credit Suisse, Citigroup, Barclays, Wells Fargo, UBS and General Electric on their victory at the Republican National Convention today.
Wake up call. America: when your country is broke and in debt you really can't afford to give tax breaks to your most profitable corporations. They simply don't need them. Exxon-mobile, Apple,Microsoft, jp Morgan, chase, General Electric, verizon and AT&T paid an average of 9% for federal income tax thanks to the George W Bush tax cuts. They were paying 30% prior to that. That's a lot of missing revenue for our government to have to make up.guess who's paying it! Yeah the middle class. We can't afford it. corporations can. Think before you vote!
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