JPM Dec 2020 110.000 call

OPR - OPR Delayed Price. Currency in USD
3.8000
0.0000 (0.00%)
As of 3:54PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close3.8000
Open3.8500
Bid0.0000
Ask0.0000
Strike110.00
Expire Date2020-12-18
Day's Range2.9200 - 4.0500
Contract RangeN/A
Volume47
Open InterestN/A
  • Uber Charts Path to Long-Elusive Profit With Postmates Deal
    Bloomberg

    Uber Charts Path to Long-Elusive Profit With Postmates Deal

    (Bloomberg) -- Neither Uber Technologies Inc. nor Postmates Inc. are profitable. They’re hoping that a combination of the two businesses will somehow get them there.Uber said Monday it will spend $2.65 billion for the San Francisco-based food delivery company Postmates. The all-stock transaction is a bid to accelerate a path to profitability set by Uber Chief Executive Officer Dara Khosrowshahi and deliver growth rates once typical of Uber’s ride-hailing operation. Both aspects of that strategy rely on food delivery, which has gotten a boost from the coronavirus pandemic.The deal is a relatively modest outcome for Postmates, a pioneer of the gig economy that was outmaneuvered by deep-pocketed competitors. The privately held company had been valued at $2.4 billion in an investment last year, a person with knowledge of the matter said at the time.For Uber, the purchase comes at a reasonable price and could help lead to a rational—and perhaps someday, profitable—market, said Benjamin Black, an analyst at Evercore ISI. “You had four players who were very aggressive on price and were essentially giving away food for free,” said Black. “Rational pricing will start to kick in after consolidation.”Uber estimates that it will issue about 84 million shares of common stock for 100% of the fully diluted equity of Postmates, the company said in a statement Monday. Shares of Uber rose about 5% during trading Monday.Early this year, Uber was expecting to turn its first quarterly profit by the end of 2020. The virus forced a swift reassessment of that plan. Uber revised the estimate in May targeting a quarterly profit in 2021.Since the start of the pandemic, Uber has cut more than a quarter of its staff and exited or pared back some businesses, such as electric bikes and financial services, so it could focus on core areas: ride-hailing and food delivery. Growth in Uber’s core rides business was slowing even before the pandemic drove a first ever decline in bookings in the first quarter. Global rides plummeted 70%, Khosrowshahi said in June.Uber Eats has been a bright spot for the company as stay-at-home orders and restaurant closures have prompted more customers to order in. Food-delivery bookings more than doubled for Uber in the second quarter and rose about 67% for Postmates, Khosrowshahi said in the statement Monday.The company sees advantages from the Postmates deal beyond meal delivery. Postmates was a pioneer in so-called delivery-as-a-service, complementing Uber’s efforts in shuttling groceries, essentials and other goods, the company said. Restaurants and other retailers will benefit from tools and technology to connect with a bigger customer base, according to the statement.“Platforms like ours can power much more than just food delivery—they can be a hugely important part of local commerce and communities, all the more important during crises like Covid-19,” Khosrowshahi said.Postmates wasn’t Uber’s first choice. A proposed acquisition of Grubhub fell through last month when European rival Just Eat Takeaway.com NV bought it instead for $7.3 billion. Uber’s bid for Grubhub, one of the larger players in the U.S. food delivery market, was likely to have raised antitrust concerns, according to industry analysts. The two together would have controlled more than half the U.S. market.An acquisition of Postmates is less likely to raise regulatory scrutiny because it wouldn’t change the market as much. Postmates, a distant fourth, would give Uber a firm lead over Grubhub, but the combined company would still trail SoftBank-backed DoorDash Inc., the nationwide leader. Postmates would strengthen Uber’s position in Los Angeles and the American Southwest, two markets where the brand is strongest.Still, the deal has drawn some criticism. “Uber and Postmates’s business model is built on the exploitation of restaurants, workers, and consumers,” said Sarah Miller, executive director of the anti-monopoly group American Economic Liberties Project. “The Federal Trade Commission should refuse to rubber stamp this power grab.”Uber executives have been vocal for months about wanting to drive consolidation in the food delivery market. JPMorgan Chase & Co. was the financial adviser to Postmates, and Latham & Watkins LLP was its legal counsel. Uber’s legal counsel was Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz.In addition to competitive threats, the industry faces regulatory risks relating to worker classification. Uber and Postmates sued California last year, alleging a state law that took effect this year designed to give gig workers unemployment protections is unconstitutional.The acquisition of Postmates is expected to close in the first quarter of 2021, pending regulatory approval, Uber said. Pierre-Dimitri Gore-Coty, the head of Uber’s food-delivery business, is expected to remain in that role, a person with knowledge of the plan said Sunday night. Under their agreement, Postmates co-founder Bastian Lehmann and his team will stay on to manage the Postmates service, said another person, both of whom asked not to be identified discussing a private deal.In its statement, Uber said it plans to keep the Postmates app running separately, supported by a more efficient, combined merchant and delivery network.(Updates with profit context in the sixth paragraph.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Square Rally Sends Valuation Into Ranks of Biggest U.S. Banks
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    Square Rally Sends Valuation Into Ranks of Biggest U.S. Banks

    (Bloomberg) -- A rally in the shares of Square Inc. over the past few months has pushed the market valuation of the digital-payment company into the ranks of some of the biggest U.S. banks.Square has a market capitalization of about $55 billion after doubling since May, making it worth more than Truist Financial Corp. and all but four banks in the KBW Bank Index. While it’s still dwarfed by JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Bank of America Corp., Square is less than $20 billion shy of Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s market valuation, which stands at $74 billion.Square shares have continued to set records in recent weeks as optimism swells over the growth of digital payments, and as the coronavirus pandemic changes consumer and corporate spending behavior.The San Francisco-based company has benefited in particular from positive sentiment about its popular cash app, its handling of pandemic-related government stimulus payments and its ability to garner deposits from traditional banks with fewer digital offerings.Technology stocks have soared this year, while banks have sunk. The tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 Index has gained 21% and the KBW Bank Index has fallen 35%.Square rallied as much as 13% on Monday after an analyst suggested it could eventually win as much as 20% of U.S. direct deposit accounts.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Barrons.com

    Which Company Is Most Likely to Reach $1 Trillion Next? Here Are Some Guesses.

    Alphabet just became the fourth U.S. company with trillion-dollar status. There’s only one other company with a market value above even $500 billion.

  • JPMorgan says a Biden win in November could be positive for stocks
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    JPMorgan says a Biden win in November could be positive for stocks

    JPMorgan says Wall Street is too negative about how Democratic candidate Joe Biden getting elected would impact the markets. Yahoo Finance's Rick Newman shares the details.

  • JPMorgan Chase's New Regulatory Capital Requirement Is Bad News for the Company
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    JPMorgan Chase's New Regulatory Capital Requirement Is Bad News for the Company

    Starting in October, the bank will have to maintain a common equity tier 1 capital ratio of 11.3%, up from its current 10.5% requirement.

  • Exclusive: JPMorgan drops terms 'master,' 'slave' from internal tech code and materials
    Reuters

    Exclusive: JPMorgan drops terms 'master,' 'slave' from internal tech code and materials

    JPMorgan Chase & Co <JPM.N> is eliminating terms like "blacklist," "master" and "slave" from its internal technology materials and code as it seeks to address racism within the company, said two sources with knowledge of the move. The terms had appeared in some of the bank's technology policies, standards and control procedures, as well in the programming code that runs some of its processes, one of the sources said. Other companies like Twitter Inc <TWTR.K> and GitHub Inc adopted similar changes, prompted by the renewed spotlight on racism after the death of George Floyd, a Black man who died in police custody in Minneapolis in May.

  • Were Hedge Funds Right About Betting On JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM)?
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    Were Hedge Funds Right About Betting On JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM)?

    The latest 13F reporting period has come and gone, and Insider Monkey is again at the forefront when it comes to making use of this gold mine of data. We at Insider Monkey have plowed through 821 13F filings that hedge funds and well-known value investors are required to file by the SEC. The 13F […]

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    Uncertainty Yields Opportunity

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  • 4 Top Stock Trades for Monday: NIO, DOCU, JPM, MRNA
    InvestorPlace

    4 Top Stock Trades for Monday: NIO, DOCU, JPM, MRNA

    After a better-than-expected jobs report, stocks finished the holiday-shortened trading week on a strong note. Let's look at a few top stock trades for the first full week of July. Top Stock Trades for Tomorrow No. 1: Nio (NIO) Click to EnlargeSource: Chart courtesy of StockCharts.com The $5 to $6 zone was set to be a tough one for Nio (NYSE:NIO), which topped out in this area in the first quarter of 2020. Previously, this zone had been support for the stock, before Nio slumped badly in 2019.In any regard, electric car stocks have serious momentum right now -- led by Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA), which has amassed a market cap north of $200 billion.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsIn any regard, Nio shares keep pressing higher, up more than 30% so far this week. Investors undoubtedly have their eyes fixed on $10. * 7 American Manufacturing Stocks to Buy Before Recovery Let's see how the stock does with the $10 to $10.50 zone, which historically, has been resistance. If it continues as resistance, let's see that a pullback into the $6 to $7 area is met with support. Above $10.50 and the all-time highs up at $13.80 are in play. Top Stock Trades for Tomorrow No. 2: DocuSign (DOCU) Click to EnlargeSource: Chart courtesy of StockCharts.com Man, there's nothing else to say about DocuSign (NASDAQ:DOCU) other than the stock has been a complete beast.The stock never even tested its 200-day moving average during the March selloff. While shares dipped 29.9% from the February high to March low -- outperforming the S&P 500 and Nasdaq during that time -- the rebound has been stunning. Shares are now up more than 200% from that low.However, DocuSign stock nearly tagged $200 on Thursday and may be running out of momentum.I want to see $180 hold as support. If it doesn't, it puts uptrend support (blue line) and the 20-day moving average in play. On a larger dip, see if $150 and/or the 50-day moving average buoy the stock, whichever comes into play first. Top Stock Trades for Tomorrow No. 3: JPMorgan (JPM) Click to EnlargeSource: Chart courtesy of StockCharts.com Despite the rebound in the overall market, the bank stocks have struggled. For its part, JPMorgan (NYSE:JPM) is doing its best not to break down. But that's not exactly bullish.Shares are below all of the stock's key moving averages and are well off the June high near $115. In fact, just from that level, shares are down about 20%.On the plus side, JPM stock has carved out a nice bottom over the past few sessions. If it holds, the stock will create another higher low, giving bulls something to chew on. For them to maintain momentum though, shares need to reclaim the 50-day moving average, and preferably, the $100 to $102.50 area.If it falls below uptrend support, $82.50 is in play. Top Trades for Tomorrow No. 4: Moderna (MRNA) Click to EnlargeSource: Chart courtesy of StockCharts.com Moderna (NASDAQ:MRNA) has been a tricky stock lately, but it has traded very technically.While shares slipped about 6% in Thursday's session and lost the 50-day moving average, support near $55 is holding up. If it continues to hold, see that MRNA stock reclaims the 50-day and 20-day moving averages.Above those levels puts recent range resistance in play, up near $67.50. Pushing above that could put a move up toward $80 on the table.If $55 support breaks, shares could see $45.Bret Kenwell is the manager and author of Future Blue Chips and is on Twitter @BretKenwell. As of this writing, Bret Kenwell did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. More From InvestorPlace * Why Everyone Is Investing in 5G All WRONG * America's 1 Stock Picker Reveals His Next 1,000% Winner * Revolutionary Tech Behind 5G Rollout Is Being Pioneered By This 1 Company * Radical New Battery Could Dismantle Oil Markets The post 4 Top Stock Trades for Monday: NIO, DOCU, JPM, MRNA appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • As coronavirus cancels July Fourth vacation plans, should you cancel your travel credit card — or redeem air miles for cash?
    MarketWatch

    As coronavirus cancels July Fourth vacation plans, should you cancel your travel credit card — or redeem air miles for cash?

    Before the coronavirus pandemic swept the globe, the Amtrak Guest Rewards World Mastercard was a great deal for David White. White, who lives in Baltimore and works for a software firm, used to ride the train frequently — and with the credit card, he was able to rack up points that he could convert into free tickets. Adding to White’s frustration: The card comes with a $79 annual fee, and there aren’t many competitive options to redeem the rewards points for non-travel-related uses, he said.

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    Dun & Bradstreet Is Going Public Again. It Just Raised $1.7 Billion.

    Dun & Bradstreet, the business analytics firm that went private a year ago, is selling 65.75 million shares at $19 to $21 each, according to a June 26 filing.

  • Investing legend Burton Malkiel on day-trading millennials, the end of the 60/40 portfolio and more
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    Investing legend Burton Malkiel on day-trading millennials, the end of the 60/40 portfolio and more

    The upheaval caused by the coronavirus may mean the end of the 60/40 portfolio, investing icon Burton Malkiel tells MarketWatch, but some other truths will likely endure. Investors are probably better off in passive portfolios, not chasing active managers - or even worse, day trading out of boredom.

  • Reuters

    MOVES-JPMorgan hires three UBS managers to launch Swiss-based Russia team

    JPMorgan has hired three UBS bankers to launch a wealth management team covering Russian clients out of Zurich, the U.S. bank said in an internal memo on Wednesday. "Russia remains an emerging market with exciting prospects for us to gain market share and continue to expand our presence," Karim Rekik, JPMorgan's market manager for Russia and Israel, said in the internal memo seen by Reuters and confirmed by the bank.

  • Wells Fargo Faces a Forced Dividend Cut
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    Wells Fargo Faces a Forced Dividend Cut

    The bank comes up wanting in the June stress test and must cut its dividend Continue reading...

  • Reuters

    UBS loses Australian equities crown to Macquarie

    UBS, long the dominant bank in Australian equities markets, has closed this half-year outside the top three for the first time in 15 years, even as a rush of coronavirus-related share sales have generated bumper investment banking fees. Its slide to fourth place in the equity capital markets (ECM) league table has been attributed by rivals to the departure of a number of senior bankers from the Australian operations, which have opened the way for rivals to target mandates traditionally dominated by UBS. Such is the Swiss bank's dominance in Australia, it has only finished the year off the ECM top spot once in the past 15 years.

  • Former CFPB head: SCOTUS decision allows consumer watchdog to 'go forward'
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    Former CFPB head: SCOTUS decision allows consumer watchdog to 'go forward'

    Former CFPB head Richard Cordray says Monday's Supreme Court ruling would mean quick removal of the agency's Trump-appointed director if the Democrats win the White House.

  • MarketWatch

    Dow flat despite gains in shares of Intel, Goldman Sachs

    DOW UPDATE Shares of Intel and Goldman Sachs are posting positive gains Tuesday morning, propelling the Dow Jones Industrial Average into positive territory. Shares of Intel (INTC) and Goldman Sachs (GS) are contributing to the index's intraday rally, as the Dow (DJIA) is trading 8 points, or 0.

  • JPMorgan May Slash Dividend if Economic Condition Worsens
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    JPMorgan May Slash Dividend if Economic Condition Worsens

    While JPMorgan (JPM) is likely to be able to maintain the current dividend payout in the near term, further worsening of the economic environment might compel it to cut the same.

  • Reuters

    Coronavirus strikes down global M&A as companies keep their distance

    Global M&A activity tumbled to its lowest level in more than a decade in the second quarter, according to data provider Refinitiv, as companies gave up on expansion plans to focus on protecting their balance sheets and employees in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak. Chief executives were reluctant to explore transformative deals without more certainty about the financial outlook of their companies, deal advisers said.

  • Coronavirus Pandemic Drags Global M&A to Lowest Level Since 2012
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    Coronavirus Pandemic Drags Global M&A to Lowest Level Since 2012

    (Bloomberg) -- The value of mergers and acquisitions fell 50% in the first half from the year-earlier period to the lowest level since the depths of the euro-zone debt crisis, as the coronavirus pandemic brought global dealmaking to an abrupt halt.Every region was hit by the economic impact of Covid-19, which gripped markets in March and sparked countrywide lockdowns. This situation has made face-to-face meetings, a lifeblood of M&A, all but impossible. Little more than $1 trillion of deals have been announced this year, making for the slowest first half since 2012, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.The sharpest fall has been in the Americas, where the value of deals is down 69% in the first half. While every major industry has been hurt, the financial sector fared better than most. It was boosted by insurance brokerage Aon Plc’s $30 billion offer for Willis Towers Watson Plc and Morgan Stanley’s proposed $13 billion acquisition of E*Trade Financial Corp. The top three advisers on deals targeting the Americas so far in 2020 were Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and JPMorgan Chase & Co., the Bloomberg-compiled data show.Deals involving targets in Europe, the Middle East and Africa are down 32%. Large transactions that helped prevent a more dramatic drop include the $19 billion leveraged buyout of Thyssenkrupp AG’s elevator unit by Advent International and Cinven. There was also a recent flurry of activity in the Middle East, including Abu Dhabi’s sale of a $10.1 billion stake in its gas pipeline network that ranks as the biggest infrastructure transaction of the year. Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan and Rothschild & Co. were the busiest advisers on EMEA deals.Asia Pacific has held up better, with overall volumes falling just 7% and most sectors seeing smaller declines than in other parts of the world. The technology, media and telecommunications industry reported a 13% increase, helped by Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani’s digital arm attracting $15 billion of investments from the likes of Facebook Inc. and KKR & Co. Another landmark transaction was Tesco Plc’s sale of Asian businesses to Thai billionaire Dhanin Chearavanont for more than $10 billion. The most active banks on deals in the region were Morgan Stanley, HSBC Holdings Plc and JPMorgan.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

  • China’s JPMorgan Isn’t Coming Anytime Soon
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    China’s JPMorgan Isn’t Coming Anytime Soon

    (Bloomberg Opinion) -- China is attempting to create its own JPMorgan Chase & Co. The ambitions could prove hard to satisfy.Regulatory authorities may allow some of the largest commercial lenders into the brokerage industry to perform services that include investment banking, underwriting initial public offerings, retail brokering, and proprietary trading, local media outlet Caixin reported. With capital markets flailing and direct financing struggling to take hold as debt rises across the economy, what better way than to bring in its trillion-dollar whales to boost the financial sector?There is logic to this. Size matters, and the volumes could lead to success. China’s banks have more than $40 trillion in assets; the securities industry’s amount to around 3% of that. The largest lender, Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd., had 32.1 trillion yuan ($4.5 trillion) in assets and 650 million retail customers as of March, according to Goldman Sachs Group Inc. The biggest broker, CITIC Securities Co., had 922 billion yuan and 8.7 million retail clients. Banks have thousands of branches with deeper distribution channels.But banks are the load-bearing pillars of China’s financial system. Regulators have asked lenders to show leniency with hard-up borrowers and to forego profits in the name of national service, in both tough and normal times. Granting brokerage licenses could help them create another channel of (small) profits.Banks stepping in where brokers have failed could help the broader capital markets. In theory, commercial lenders know how to deal with different types of risk, like with the ups and downs in the value of a security and market movements. They’re already big participants in bond markets and have access. Bringing banks into mainstream brokering could help reduce the intensity of risk associated with the trillions of dollars of credit being created in China every month. It may also help solve a persistent problem: the inefficient allocation of credit that has led to mispriced assets.All of this is contingent upon the banks pulling their weight. Going by past experiments, they haven’t brought the heft that Beijing had hoped. Consider China’s life insurance industry. It took bank-backed players in this sector a decade to build a foothold. Their market share grew to 9.2% last year from 2.5% in 2010. The brokerage arms of Chinese banks in Hong Kong have fared little better. Bank of China International Securities, set up in 2002 by Bank of China Ltd., remains a mid-size broker by assets and revenue, Goldman Sachs says. Top executives come from the bank; related-party transactions with the parent account for just about 14% for underwriting business and around 39% for income from asset management fees.Catapulting ICBC to the same stature as JPMorgan — a full service bank with a 200-year history — may take a while. The American financial giant has hired big, and opportunistically built out businesses. It bought and merged with firms like Banc One Corp. and Bear Stearns Cos. and is in consumer banking, prime brokerage and cash clearing. The services it offers run the gamut of credit cards, retail branches, investment banking, and asset management. Shareholders have mostly rewarded the efforts.For China’s biggest lenders, conflicting and competing priorities will make this challenging. They’re already being required to take on more balance sheet risk, lend to weak companies and roll over loans while maintaining capital buffers, keeping depositors happy and essentially martyring themselves. Now, they’ll be adding brokering at a time when traditional revenue sources are shrinking in that business. And it won’t happen overnight, or even in the next two years. As for brokers? Their stock prices dropped on the news that banks would be wading into their territory.Beijing’s efforts to shore up its capital markets may look OK on paper, but they’re increasingly muddled and interests aren’t aligned. As China attempts to make its financial sector more institutional and less fragmented while it’s also letting in foreign banks and brokers, allowing the big homegrown institutions to do more, with additional leeway, doesn’t necessarily make for a stronger system. As I’ve written, experiments like these can have unexpected results.Over time, it won’t be surprising to see China’s large brokers and banks start looking very similar; for instance, big securities firms becoming bank holding-type companies, as one investor suggested. That may be a laudable goal for Beijing, but is it realistic? And does it take into account the problems on the financing side, such as misallocation and transmission? Ultimately, none of this really gets at one big problem: unproductive credit.All the while, regulators are inviting in the likes of the actual JPMorgan Chase and Nomura Holdings Inc. and giving them bigger roles. China won’t be ready. This column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial board or Bloomberg LP and its owners.Anjani Trivedi is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering industrial companies in Asia. She previously worked for the Wall Street Journal. For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com/opinionSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

  • JPMorgan Chase Regulatory Capital Update
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    JPMorgan Chase Regulatory Capital Update

    JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) ("JPMorgan Chase" or the "Firm") announced today that it has completed the 2020 Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review ("CCAR") stress test process. Information can be found on the Firm’s Investor Relations website at www.jpmorganchase.com/press-releases.

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    The Small-Business Paycheck Loan Program Is Coming to an End

    FEATURE The second round of the Paycheck Protection Program, which aims to provide loans to small businesses struggling in the Covid-19 recession, is about to end. The SBA will accept PPP loans from participating lenders until a minute before midnight on Tuesday, according to spokesman Matt Coleman.

  • Major indices open mixed amid a surge in coronavirus cases
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    Major indices open mixed amid a surge in coronavirus cases

    Mike Ryan, UBS Wealth Management Americas Chief Investment Officer, Yahoo Finance’s Brian Sozzi and Jared Blikre to discuss the latest market action.