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The top tech analyst recommended playing the sector with a basket of cybersecurity stocks. That's compared to a 6.4% increase in cybersecurity spending in 2020. In a June 14 interview with CNBC, Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan said that his company has massively increased cybersecurity spending over the past decade. In an interview with Insider, Wedbush's top tech analyst said the Colonial Pipeline and SolarWinds attacks were a "wake-up call" for governments and businesses around the world. Ives sees cybersecurity spending more than doubling from roughly 5% of budgets to between 10% and 15% over the next year.
Persons: Wedbush's Dan Ives, Ives, Brian Moynihan, Moynihan, Dan Ives, cyberattacks, Biden, Zscaler, Wedbushs Organizations: Gartner, Bank of America, CNBC, Colonial, Microsoft, Colonial Pipeline Locations: East, China, Russia
Last year, during the height of the pandemic, Wall Street’s six largest banks earned a collective $81 billion. The main reason the biggest banks fared so well during the pandemic was the financial crisis. Fearing the effects of the pandemic, last year regulators told banks to preserve capital by suspending dividends and stock buybacks. Now that the banks have weathered the pandemic and passed this year’s stress test, these restrictions will be removed. An analyst at Barclays predicts that banks will pay out as much as $200 billion to shareholders in the next year.
Persons: Banks, Lehman Brothers Organizations: Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, Fed, Barclays, Financial Services, Big Tech, titans Locations: Silicon Valley
CarMax (KMX) – CarMax shares rallied 5.9% in premarket trading after the auto retailer reported better-than-expected sales and profit for its latest quarter. Virgin Galactic (SPCE) – Virgin shares surged 11.5% in the premarket after the Federal Aviation Administration granted approval for Virgin to fly paying customers into space. The stock slid 3.9% in premarket trading. BlackBerry (BB) – BlackBerry shares added 1.3% in premarket trading after it reported a smaller-than-expected loss for its latest quarter. Asana jumped 3.3% in premarket trading.
Persons: , – CarMax, CarMax, Fred Smith, JPMorgan Chase, Asana Organizations: Nike, – Nike, Revenue, Virgin Galactic, Virgin, Federal Aviation Administration, FAA, FedEx, Panasonic, Netflix, Credit Suisse, JPMorgan, Bank of America, Citigroup, Federal Reserve, New York Stock Exchange, , Suisse, UBS, Reuters . Credit Suisse Locations: Tesla, Wells Fargo, Asana, ASAN
S&P, Nasdaq futures at peaks ahead of crucial inflation report
  + stars: | 2021-06-25 | by ( Devik Jain | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
REUTERS/Brendan McDermidSummary Futures up: Dow 0.30%, S&P 0.11%, Nasdaq 0.18%June 25 (Reuters) - Futures tracking the S&P 500 and Nasdaq 100 indexes were near record highs on Friday, helped by gains in major U.S. lenders and a robust earnings forecast from Nike, while investors braced for the Federal Reserve's preferred inflation data. Nike Inc (NKE.N) surged 11% to a record high in premarket trading after the sneaker maker forecast fiscal full-year sales ahead of Wall Street estimates, helping Dow futures rise 0.3%. Inflation has been front-and-center of investors' minds, increasing scrutiny on personal consumption expenditures data at 8:30 a.m. ET (1230 GMT), which is likely to show a measure of underlying inflation surpassed the Fed's 2% flexible target. ET, Dow e-minis were up 102 points, or 0.3%, S&P 500 e-minis were up 4.75 points, or 0.11%, and Nasdaq 100 e-minis were up 25.25 points, or 0.18%.
Persons: Brendan McDermid, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, Wells, Joe, Jerome Powell, hawkish, Dow, Biden, Devik Jain, Medha Singh, Maju Samuel Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, REUTERS, Dow, Nasdaq, Nike, Federal, Nike Inc, Citigroup, Bank of America, JPMorgan, Fed, Dow e, FedEx Corp, United Parcel Service Inc, Russell, Thomson Locations: U.S, Bengaluru
Zara shoppers are complaining about long lines and poor customer service at stores. "The levels of rudeness is uncalled for and the lines extremely long," one customer wrote on Twitter. Lines are ridiculous, customer service is terrible," one customer wrote on Twitter this month. "Myself and other customers are having the worst customer service experience in the downtown DC @ZARA. Invest in some customer service please," another shopper said.
Persons: Zara, Insider's Avery Hartmans, Neil Saunders, Saunders, Saunders isn't Organizations: Shoppers, Twitter, Service, Bank of America Locations: Zara, Yonkers
(For a Reuters live blog on U.S., UK and European stock markets, click LIVE/ or type LIVE/ in a news window.) Mega-cap tech names Google-owner Alphabet Inc, Nvidia Corp, Microsoft Corp, Netflix Inc and Facebook Inc also gained between 0.6% and 0.7%, setting the benchmark S&P 500 index close to its record high after open. The S&P 500 growth index is up 3.9% so far in June and has gained 9.9% for the quarter, compared to the value index , which dropped 2.23% this month. ET, Dow e-minis were up 164 points, or 0.49%, S&P 500 e-minis were up 20.5 points, or 0.48%, and Nasdaq 100 e-minis were up 89.5 points, or 0.63%. In response, Biogen Inc, which received a controversial approval for its Alzheimer’s drug aducanumab earlier this month, dropped 7.5%.
Persons: Eli Lilly, Elon Musk, , Robert Pavlik, ” Pavlik, Wells, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs Organizations: Nasdaq, Dow, Tesla, Labor Department, Commerce Department, Inc, Nvidia Corp, Microsoft Corp, Netflix Inc, Facebook Inc, Dakota Wealth, Biden’s, Republican, Dow e, Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, MGM Resorts International, Deutsche Bank, Biogen Inc, Accenture Locations: New York, Wells Fargo,
How the Office Became a Place to Work
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( Amanda Foreman | ) www.wsj.com sentiment -0.99   time to read: +2 min
Wall Street wants its workforce back in the office. Contrary to popular belief, office work is not a beastly invention of the capitalist system. The word “office” is an amalgamation of the Latin officium, which meant a position or duty, and ob ficium, literally “toward doing.” Geoffrey Chaucer was the first writer known to use “office” to mean an actual place, in “The Canterbury Tales” in 1395. Three years later, the East India Company began administering its Indian possessions from gleaming new offices in Leadenhall Street. The essayist and critic Charles Lamb joined the East India Company there as a junior clerk in 1792 and stayed until his retirement, but he detested office life, calling it “daylight servitude.” “I always arrive late at the office,” he famously wrote, “but I make up for it by leaving early.”
Persons: Amanda Foreman, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, ” Geoffrey Chaucer, Medicis, Florence, Charles Lamb, ” “, Organizations: Bank of America, Royal Navy, Ripley, Admiralty, East India Company Locations: Mesopotamia, , Europe, British, London, Leadenhall
Amid rising inflation, Bank of America recommends that investors own high-quality stocks. Specifically, the bank has screened for 31 such small- and mid-cap stocks for the rest of 2021. These buy-rated stocks, which have about 30% average implied upside, represent analysts' best ideas. The 31 buy-rated stocks offer nearly 30% average implied upside and represent its fundamental analysts' best ideas for the rest of the year, equity and quant strategist Jill Carey Hall said in a Tuesday research note. According to the note, they notch an average implied upside of 28% to their 12-month price objectives.
Persons: Jerome Powell, Savita Subramanian, Jill Carey Hall Organizations: Bank of America
Investors can feel comfortable buying Bed Bath & Beyond again now that Reddit traders appear to have left the stock behind, according to Bank of America. The stock was one of several caught up in the renewed meme stock rally earlier this month, seeing its share price and volatility increase dramatically. The stock has now dropped more than 33% since June 2. Analyst Curtis Nagle reinstated a buy rating for the retail stock, saying that the meme rally appears to be over for Bed Bath & Beyond. Nagle had moved the stock to no rating three weeks ago, saying that shares were too disconnected from fundamentals.
Persons: Curtis Nagle, Nagle Organizations: Bank of America, Bed
The major public cloud providers — AWS, Google Cloud, IBM, and Microsoft Azure — are battling it out to win over financial institutions. Capital OneCapital One has been at the forefront of Wall Street's adoption of the public cloud, tapping AWS as its predominant cloud provider in 2016. GoHenryGoHenry, the UK-based neobank geared towards children and their parents, hosts some 99% of its services on Google Cloud, according to the startup's managed cloud provider Rackspace. The fintech tapped Google Cloud to run its core infrastructure (in addition to previously using Google Workspaces). The bank is pursuing a hybrid-cloud approach with applications equally split across the public cloud, private cloud, and UBS' mainframe infrastructure, according to Microsoft.
Persons: BMO Harris, Bruce Van Saun, FABRICE COFFRINI, Equifax, Bryson Koehler, GoHenry GoHenry, KeyBank KeyBank, KeyBank, PayPal PayPal, Shivananda, SEB, Howard Boville, Boville, Morgan Stanley Morgan Stanley, eyeing, Morgan Stanley Organizations: Insider Finance, Service, Google, IBM, Microsoft, Bank, Wall, Amazon Web Services Bank of Montreal BMO's, BMO, Capital, Citizens Bank Citizens Bank, AWS, Santander, Openbank, Getty, CME Group, Group, Deutsche Bank Deutsche Bank, PayPal, Associated Press IBM Bank of America Bank of America, of, Reuters Microsoft, BlackRock BlackRock, Tech, BlackRock, Financial Services, TD Bank Group Toronto, Bank Group, UBS, Australian Locations: Openbank, Madrid, Europe, AFP, Salt Lake City, UBS Swiss, Switzerland, Zurich, Geneva
Nasdaq 100 futures scale new peak ahead of jobless claims data
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( Devik Jain | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
People are seen on Wall Street outside the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, U.S., March 19, 2021. REUTERS/Brendan McDermidSummary Futures up: Dow 0.57%, S&P 0.50%, Nasdaq 0.57%June 24 (Reuters) - Nasdaq 100 futures hit a record high on Thursday as shares of Tesla and other top-shelf technology companies rose, while investors awaited weekly jobless claims data and tracked progress in President Joe Biden's infrastructure package. The S&P 500 growth index (.IGX) is up 3.9% so far in June and has gained 9.9% for the quarter, compared to the value index (.IVX), which dropped 2.23% this month. ET, Dow e-minis were up 193 points, or 0.57%, S&P 500 e-minis were up 21.25 points, or 0.5%, and Nasdaq 100 e-minis were up 82 points, or 0.57%. MGM Resorts International (MGM.N) rose 2.7% after Deutsche Bank upgraded the casino operator's stock to "buy" from "hold".
Persons: Brendan McDermid, Joe Biden's, Elon Musk, Sebastien Galy, Wells, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs, Devik Jain, Medha Singh, Maju Samuel Organizations: New York Stock Exchange, REUTERS, Dow, Nasdaq, Tesla, Labor, Tesla Inc, Alphabet Inc, Nvidia Corp, Microsoft Corp, Netflix Inc, Facebook Inc, Nordea Asset Management, Biden's, Republican, Dow e, Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase &, MGM Resorts International, Deutsche Bank, Thomson Locations: New York City, U.S, Bengaluru
Its planned acquisition of Provide—which caters to healthcare providers with loans and savings products—gives the US regional bank access to a large market and a professional niche. The news: Fifth Third Bancorp's acquisition of Provide, a neobank that caters to healthcare providers, will bulk up its presence in the space. The pending deal, whose terms weren't disclosed, builds on the US regional bank's 2018 investment in the niche financial institution. in April that it would acquire AxiaMed to boost its healthcare payment offerings. : Fifth Third's move enables the regional bank to add a unit that isn't linked to geography.
Persons: KeyBank, AxiaMed, Greg Carmichael, neobanks Organizations: neobank, Intelligence, Banking, Fifth, Doctors, Bank of America, Synchrony Financial, Allegro Credit Locations: Laurel
Initial claims for state unemployment benefits fell 7,000 a seasonally adjusted 411,000 for the week ended June 19, the Labor Department said on Thursday. Generous government-funded unemployment benefits, including a $300 weekly check, have also been blamed, as well as a hesitancy to return to work out of fear of contracting the virus. Four states, including Iowa and Alaska, either terminated all federal government-funded benefits or just the $300 supplement on June 12. They were joined last Saturday by eight other states, including Alabama and West Virginia. Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell told lawmakers on Tuesday that he believed the economy would see strong job creation in the fall.
Persons: Amira Karaoud WASHINGTON, Jed Kolko, Daniel Silver, Jerome Powell, Lucia Mutikani, Paul Simao Organizations: REUTERS, Labor Department, Bank of America Securities, Reuters, Democratic, JPMorgan, Commerce Department, Thomson Locations: Louisville, U.S, New York, Iowa, Alaska, Alabama, West Virginia, Texas, Florida, Louisiana
Every house for sale right now kind of sucks
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( Taylor Borden | ) www.businessinsider.com + 0.00   time to read: +16 min
The movement upended the housing market, which led Google searches for "should I buy a house?" For that very reason, it's all too easy to find downsides to every kind of single-family home on the market right now, from new builds to decrepit fixer-uppers. The median size of a single-family house completed in 2020 was 2,261 square feet, according to US Census Bureau data. Meanwhile, the National Association of Home Builders found that lumber prices have been so high that they could stand to add over $35,000 in costs to a new build. But lumber prices are already cooling, which could provide builders much-needed relief soon.
Persons: Mark Hamrick, Hamrick, Glen Clemmons, Saul Loeb, Clemmons, Homeownership, Jami Pettiford, Brad, Gay, Cororaton, Justin Sullivan, that's, Devin Stockfish, Weyerhaeuser, Hillary Hoffower, Gioi Tran, Josh Wiener, Natalia Bratslavsky, Tyner Lawrence, Lawrence, Rachel Kalvert Organizations: Service, Google, National Association of Realtors, Getty, Wall Street, Gallup, millennials, Wall, Wall Street Journal, Institute, Builders, National Association of Home Builders, Census Bureau, Bank of America Research, Harvard University's, for Housing Studies, Rocket Mortgage, New York Post, Inc, Boston Magazine, Boston Locations: North Carolina, Grosse Pointe Woods , Michigan, West Virginia, York, Montana, Brooklyn, Boston, New Hampshire, Massachusetts
When it comes to the Cathy family's reported $14.2 billion fortune, it's all about the fried chicken. That's because the Cathys are the family behind the Chick-fil-A empire. Since then, the family-owned business has remained in the hands of second- and third-generation family members. Born and raised in the south, the Cathy family has been dedicated to continuing Truett's legacy, growing Chick-fil-A across the US. Take a look inside the rise of Chick-fil-A and the family behind it.
Persons: Cathy family's, Truett Cathy, Truett's, Dan Cathy, Don, Bubba, Cathy, Organizations: Policy, Forbes
Blackstone's Steven Schwarzman just celebrated the firm's stock price hitting $100 per share. "Earlier today, Blackstone's stock price crossed the $100/share milestone for the first time," Schwarzman said, in a memo seen by Insider. In the memo, Schwarzman said that "we're seeing the public markets start to recognize the specialness of our business." "Earlier today, Blackstone's stock price crossed the $100/share milestone for the first time. A $100 stock price is just a symbol of how the world views us.
Persons: Blackstone's Steven Schwarzman, Steve Schwarzman, Schwarzman, Blackstone, Jon Gray, Tony James, Read, Pete Peterson, Pete, we've, Tony James . Organizations: Partners of America, Blackstone Group, Group, Apollo Global Management, KKR, Home Partners of America, Medline Industries, IDG, Blackstone, Lehman Brothers Locations: United States
Top bank research analyst Erika Najarian is leaving Bank of America
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( Alex Morrell | ) www.businessinsider.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: +1 min
Bank of America's top bank stock researcher is leaving the firm. Erika Najarian resigned this Wednesday, sources told Insider. It wasn't immediately clear what firm she's joining. Top equity researcher Erika Najarian is leaving Bank of America, sources familiar with the matter told Insider. She spent just over a year at UBS before returning to Bank of America.
Persons: Erika Najarian, she's, Najarian Organizations: Bank of America, BofA, UBS Locations: America's
The index shake-up will add "rocket fuel" to the stocks, Tuttle Capital's CEO Matt Tuttle said. Tuttle warned that many de-SPACed companies could eventually see more short-seller pressure. A shake-up in one of the stock market's biggest benchmarks could soon cue short sellers to up their bets against de-SPACed stocks. What happens next, though, may be more of a windfall to those so-called de-SPACed companies' detractors than their supporters. Underscoring at least part of the short activity around de-SPACed companies, as well as the broader SPAC market, is a question of quality.
Persons: Canoo, Nikola, Russell, Tuttle, Matt Tuttle, Nikola Corp, Russell rebalance, Carson, Nate Anderson, Anderson, Hindenburg Organizations: London Stock Exchange, FTSE Russell, DraftKings Inc, Lordstown Motors Corp, Tuttle Capital Management, MuddyWaters Research, Hindenburg Research, Lordstown, XL Fleet, Financial Times, Financial Reform, Consumer Federation of America, Congressional
This year's Amazon Prime Day drew in a flurry of deal-seeking shoppers who purchased more than 250 million items worldwide, ranging from robotic vacuums to Crest Whitestrips. The bank highlighted a few "signs of soft growth" vs. 2020, including that Prime Day took place just 8 months after last year's event, versus 15 months between Prime Day 2019 and 2020. "Given the shorter period of time since the last Prime Day, the lack of new countries added, and the lack of new disclosures, we believe this was a relatively lower growth Prime Day vs. prior years." Amazon doesn't disclose total Prime Day sales, but Post and McGovern estimate that Prime Day 2021 gross merchandise volume came in at $9.55 billion, up just 7% from last year. By comparison, they estimate 2020 Prime Day gross merchandise volume grew 54% year over year.
Persons: , Justin Post, Michael McGovern, McGovern, Piper Sandler, Thomas Champion, James Callahan, Baird Organizations: Bank of America, Amazon, " Bank of America, Wall Locations: Canada, India
Spending on clothes is skyrocketing past pre-pandemic levels. Spending on clothes is skyrocketing, fueled by a desire to get dressed up again — and pandemic-related weight changes. After taking a nosedive in the early months of the pandemic, spending on clothing is topping even pre-pandemic levels: It's up 35% compared to two years ago, according to Bank of America research. Those who gained weight added an average of 29 pounds during the pandemic, the survey found. "Some people gained weight during the pandemic, and many people lost weight.
Persons: de Jong, Richard Hayne, Sonia Syngal, Chip Bergh, he's, Bergh Organizations: Bank of America, Urban Outfitters, American Psychological Association, Associated Press
Evercore has snagged a team of healthcare bankers from Citi and a Goldman Sachs banker. Bradley Wolff, head of West Coast life sciences at Citi, is departing for Evercore, two sources familiar with the matter told Insider. Before that he was a healthcare vice president at JPMorgan. Wolff, Yeh, Thomas, Verma, and Khanna did not respond to a request for comment. Earlier this month, Citi nabbed a Goldman partner to lead a new supergroup streamlining offerings in healthcare, consumer, and wellness.
Persons: Evercore, Goldman, Hank Yeh, Bradley Wolff, Wolff, Leerink Swan, Christopher Thomas, Prakhar Verma, Kunal Khanna, Yeh, Goldman Sachs, Thomas, Verma, Khanna, SVB Leerink, it's, Bob Jackey, Toby King, Christopher Gartin, Ben Carpenter Organizations: Citi, Goldman, Bank of America, JPMorgan, Representatives, Evercore, Deutsche Bank, Barclays Locations: Goldman Sachs, Coast, Evercore
The major public cloud providers — AWS, Google Cloud, IBM, and Microsoft Azure — are battling it out to win over financial institutions. The fintech tapped Google Cloud to run its core infrastructure (in addition to previously using Google Workspaces). It also inked a strategic partnership with Azure in April 2020 to host Aladdin's infrastructure on the public cloud. TD Bank GroupToronto-based TD Bank Group tapped Microsoft Azure as its strategic public cloud partner in 2019. The bank is pursuing a hybrid-cloud approach with applications equally split across the public cloud, private cloud, and UBS' mainframe infrastructure, according to Microsoft.
Persons: BMO Harris, Bruce Van Saun, Klarna, Monzo, it's, FABRICE COFFRINI, Equifax, Bryson Koehler, GoHenry GoHenry, KeyBank KeyBank, KeyBank, PayPal PayPal, Shivananda, SEB, Howard Boville, Boville, Morgan Stanley Morgan Stanley, eyeing, Morgan Stanley Organizations: Insider Finance, Service, Google, IBM, Microsoft, Bank, Wall, Amazon Web Services Bank of Montreal BMO's, BMO, Capital, Citizens Bank Citizens Bank, Klarna, Monzo, Nubank, Santander, Openbank, Getty, CME Group, Group, Deutsche Bank Deutsche Bank, PayPal, Associated Press IBM Bank of America Bank of America, of, Reuters Microsoft, BlackRock BlackRock, Tech, BlackRock, Financial Services, TD Bank Group Toronto, Bank Group, UBS, Australian Locations: Openbank, Madrid, Europe, AFP, Salt Lake City, UBS Swiss, Switzerland, Zurich, Geneva
Berkshire Hathaway appears to buy back more stock
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( Jonathan Stempel | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +3 min
Berkshire Hathaway Chairman Warren Buffett walks through the exhibit hall as shareholders gather to hear from the billionaire investor at Berkshire Hathaway Inc's annual shareholder meeting in Omaha, Nebraska, U.S., May 4, 2019. REUTERS/Scott Morgan/File PhotoJune 24 (Reuters) - Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc (BRKa.N) appears to have extended its drive to repurchase its own stock, even with its share price near a record high, according to regulatory filings and an analyst. read moreBerkshire repurchased $6.6 billion of stock in the first quarter, and a record $24.7 billion in 2020. On Wednesday, Buffett donated more than $4.1 billion of his Berkshire stock to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and four family charities. The dollar amount of any buybacks depends on what price Berkshire paid.
Persons: Warren Buffett, Scott Morgan, Warren Buffett's, Edward Jones, James Shanahan, Buffett, Cathy Seifert, Melinda Gates, Berkshire's, Shanahan, Jonathan Stempel, Nick Zieminski Organizations: Berkshire Hathaway, REUTERS, Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc, Edward Jones &, Berkshire, Berkshire's, Berkshire repurchased, Melinda Gates Foundation, Apple Inc, Bank of America Corp, Thomson Locations: Omaha , Nebraska, U.S, Berkshire, New York
Citigroup named a new head of North America Private Banking on Thursday. In her new position, Behzadi will report to Liu and the global private bank leadership team. Liu herself previously ran the private bank in North America until mid-April, when Citi named her global head of private-banking. Citi reshuffled the structure of its wealth-focused businesses earlier this year, uniting its private bank and consumer bank wealth units under one roof. "We look forward to winning in wealth together as the number one private bank in the world," she wrote.
Persons: Halé, Ida Liu, Behzadi, Liu Organizations: Citigroup, North America Private Banking, Insider Finance, Service, Privacy, North, Citi's Private Bank, Citi, California Leadership Council, Bank of America Locations: North America, Beverly Hills , California, California
Stress tests passed, banks are primed to pay shareholders.
  + stars: | 2021-06-24 | by ( Lananh Nguyen | Jeanna Smialek | Peter Eavis | ) www.nytimes.com sentiment -0.97   time to read: +1 min
The nation’s biggest banks can get back to business as usual. “The banking system is strongly positioned to support the ongoing recovery,” the Fed’s vice chair for supervision, Randal K. Quarles, said in a statement. That means the nation’s biggest lenders — including JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America — can increase the amount of cash they pay out to shareholders through stock buybacks and dividends. Governmental efforts to prop up the economy, including enhanced unemployment benefits and stimulus payments, meant the kinds of loan losses that could have threatened the financial system never emerged. In March, the Fed’s governors unanimously approved plans to end limits on buybacks and dividends after the second quarter as long as banks passed their so-called stress tests — the annual evaluations established by the Dodd-Frank financial reform law established after the 2008 financial crisis.
Persons: Randal K, Quarles, Dodd, Frank Organizations: Federal, JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America
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