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JPMorgan Chase & Co.

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  • Quickie Review: "Untold Wealth: The Rise of the Super Rich"

     
    What it's about: Those of us who struggle to pay our gas bill always look wistfully to the day when we can pay said bill, but tonight at 10, CNBC takes us into a world where something as picayune......
  • Obama, McCain and their Wall $t. friend$

     
    by Frank James Listen to both major-party presidential campaigns and you'd think right about now that neither one had very good (that is, generous) friends on Wall Street. Well, both Republican presidential nominee John McCain and his Democratic rival,...
  • WaMu thunderclap in economic storm

     
    by Frank James It wasn't a surprise that Washington Mutual, better known as WaMu, failed. For months It's been the thrift institution equivalent of a dead-man walking, finally being put to death by a run by its depositors, making it......
  • Crisis: McCain says mark-to-market suspended

     
    McCain's campaign sends out an e-mail praising the SEC for dropping "mark to market" rules -- financial accounting rules that essentially require that securities that have lost value be written down to their actual value instead of being carried at......
  • Regrets? Rick Lazio has a few - and a Biden-Palin lesson

     
    To be honest, when we reached out to Rick Lazio Wednesday, we didn't expect him to open up about his 2000 disaster of a debate versus Hillary Rodham Clinton. The debate's memorable moment, when Lazio walked across the stage to......
  • When refinancing, always shop around

    By Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin Q: I recently talked to Chase and Quicken Loans, and Quicken came back and said I could lower my monthly payment by $100 and go from a 5.75 percent to a 4.5 percent interest rate. The payment is only $100 cheaper a...
  • Homeowners still struggling as housing numbers trend upward

    Homeowners still struggling as housing numbers trend upward
    It's another upbeat sign for the housing market. In 2009, Wells Fargo invited 16,000 financially struggling Chicago-area mortgage customers to its first local workshop aimed at helping people save their homes from foreclosure. Last year, 14,000...
  • Ban JPMorgan from California's electricity trading business

    So much for the new, "tougher" Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. FERC, as the agency is known, is in the process of negotiating a settlement with JPMorgan Chase & Co., the huge New York bank that has been accused of serial frauds against...
  • MarksJarvis: Detroit bankruptcy filing frightens municipal bond investors

    MarksJarvis: Detroit bankruptcy filing frightens municipal bond investors
    As if rising interest rates weren't upsetting enough to individuals losing money in municipal bond funds, Detroit's bankruptcy has now intensified the sense of insecurity over munis. When Detroit filed for Chapter 9 bankruptcy last week, it disrupted...
  • MarksJarvis: Jobs, housing coming back, but slowly

    MarksJarvis: Jobs, housing coming back, but slowly
    The job market is on the mend, but it still seems to have a long way to go to lift a wide swath of Americans out of their frugal ways. That is unless the surprisingly large job numbers that were reported for February are repeated month after month,...
  • MarksJarvis: Dividend stocks risk a drop as 'fiscal cliff' approaches

    The darlings of cautious investors are sitting on the edge of the "fiscal cliff" and feeling twinges of tax anxiety. Much to the surprise of some investors, dividend-paying stocks — sleepy investments like utilities — along with real...