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|Watchlist||Change Today||1 Month Return||1 Year Return||Total Return|
|Bank and Financial Services Stocks||+1.54%||-||-||-|
|Symbol||Company Name||Last Price||Change||% Change||Market Time||Volume||Avg Vol (3 month)||Market Cap|
|JPM||JPMorgan Chase & Co.||100.37||+0.57||+0.57%||4:00 PM EDT||10.71M||16.16M||305.95B|
|BAC||Bank of America Corporation||24.14||+0.42||+1.77%||4:00 PM EDT||61.99M||58.50M||209.09B|
|RY||Royal Bank of Canada||73.05||+0.08||+0.11%||4:00 PM EDT||1.03M||775.82k||103.38B|
|WFC||Wells Fargo & Company||22.81||+0.27||+1.20%||4:02 PM EDT||33.83M||40.49M||94.26B|
|HDB||HDFC Bank Limited||58.9||+1.50||+2.61%||4:00 PM EDT||2.55M||1.44M||92.55B|
|C||Citigroup Inc.||43.52||+0.62||+1.45%||4:05 PM EDT||20.61M||23.70M||90.61B|
|MS||Morgan Stanley||51.47||+0.52||+1.02%||4:02 PM EDT||10.70M||10.65M||89.99B|
|HSBC||HSBC Holdings plc||19.91||+0.07||+0.35%||4:00 PM EDT||2.10M||3.35M||81.71B|
|TD||The Toronto-Dominion Bank||45.12||+0.01||+0.02%||4:00 PM EDT||1.35M||1.54M||81.37B|
|SCHW||The Charles Schwab Corporation||39.13||+0.24||+0.62%||4:00 PM EDT||9.54M||10.80M||73.41B|
|GS||The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.||208.03||+2.34||+1.14%||4:00 PM EDT||3.27M||3.24M||71.58B|
|USB||U.S. Bancorp||39.21||+0.24||+0.62%||4:00 PM EDT||5.29M||6.28M||59.06B|
|TFC||Truist Financial Corporation||42.09||+0.52||+1.25%||4:00 PM EDT||4.03M||4.98M||56.74B|
|BNS||The Bank of Nova Scotia||42.33||-0.02||-0.05%||4:00 PM EDT||800.37k||1.13M||51.04B|
|BNPQY||BNP Paribas SA||19.535||+0.72||+3.80%||3:57 PM EDT||170.78k||303.16k||48.62B|
|PNC||The PNC Financial Services Group, Inc.||112.06||+2.07||+1.88%||4:01 PM EDT||1.60M||2.01M||47.51B|
|WBK||Westpac Banking Corporation||13.06||-0.11||-0.84%||4:00 PM EDT||136.35k||208.49k||47.12B|
|UBS||UBS Group AG||12.37||+0.62||+5.28%||4:00 PM EDT||6.76M||2.53M||44.20B|
|IBN||ICICI Bank Limited||11.38||+0.09||+0.80%||4:00 PM EDT||3.68M||7.64M||39.48B|
|BMO||Bank of Montreal||61.62||+1.09||+1.80%||4:00 PM EDT||533.53k||542.80k||39.40B|
|SMFG||Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group, Inc.||5.6||-0.02||-0.36%||4:00 PM EDT||1.44M||1.10M||38.27B|
|CM||Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce||76.5||+0.55||+0.72%||4:00 PM EDT||201.30k||354.16k||33.97B|
|ING||ING Groep N.V.||7.56||+0.22||+3.00%||4:00 PM EDT||2.97M||4.31M||29.59B|
|CS||Credit Suisse Group AG||10.81||+0.19||+1.79%||4:00 PM EDT||2.09M||2.41M||26.44B|
|XP||XP Inc.||44.49||+2.38||+5.65%||4:00 PM EDT||695.96k||869.40k||25.37B|
|BCS||Barclays PLC||5.37||+0.08||+1.51%||4:00 PM EDT||2.47M||2.81M||23.54B|
|FRC||First Republic Bank||127.66||+1.74||+1.38%||4:03 PM EDT||824.58k||708.46k||21.97B|
|BSBR||Banco Santander (Brasil) S.A.||5.64||+0.13||+2.36%||4:00 PM EDT||747.15k||887.75k||20.92B|
|IBKR||Interactive Brokers Group, Inc.||49.8||+0.46||+0.93%||4:00 PM EDT||755.99k||528.74k||20.75B|
|DB||Deutsche Bank Aktiengesellschaft||9.6||+0.32||+3.45%||4:00 PM EDT||3.58M||3.70M||19.73B|
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(Bloomberg) -- Renrenche was one of China’s hottest tech unicorns backed by investors including Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Tencent Holdings Ltd. Now the car website could sell itself for a little over $1,000.The Beijing-based startup -- which had a pre-money valuation of $1.4 billion in a financing round just two years ago -- has a preliminary plan to sell its major assets to 58.com Inc. for HK$10,000 ($1,290), according to people familiar with the matter. China’s online classified ad leader will take over Renrenche’s Hong Kong entity, while offering at least $4 million in loans to its mainland operations, said the people, asking not to be identified because the transaction is private. The parties have yet to finalize the deal and may not proceed with it, the people said.A representative for Renrenche declined to comment but said the contents of an emailed query sent to the company was inaccurate, without elaborating.The deal may help bail out the car trading platform, which ran into financing troubles amid the unraveling of China’s once-booming sharing economy. Founded in 2014, Renrenche connects users seeking to trade second-hand vehicles, taking a smaller cut than offline dealers. Its backers include ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing, as well as venture firms like Shunwei Capital and Redpoint China. In 2018, it completed a $300 million investment round led by Goldman Sachs, according to a company statement.But competition with rivals like Uxin Ltd. and Softbank Vision Fund-backed Guazi.com -- coupled with business disruptions during the Covid-19 pandemic -- quickly dried up funding for Renrenche. One of its creditors, Argyle Street Management Ltd., is seeking a winding-up order in a court in the Cayman Islands, where Renrenche is registered, on the grounds that the company was unable to pay back roughly $15 million in debts, according to a court filing viewed by Bloomberg News.That petition may complicate the transaction with 58.com. The deal was rejected by some investors but won key support from Tencent and Didi during a shareholder meeting last week, according to the people. Investors are still looking into other options to resolve Renrenche’s liquidity crisis, said the people.Renrenche’s representative was responding to an email that included questions on the HK$10,000 offer by 58.com as well as the loans, and that the deal had won backing from Tencent and Didi. The representative didn’t specify what was inaccurate. 58.com didn’t respond to requests for comment, while spokespeople at Tencent and Didi declined to comment.If the firesale goes through, it would mark one of the more spectacular startup failures since China’s internet boom kicked off a decade ago. Renrenche’s rapid fall echoed high-profile failures when mini-bubbles popped, like Mobike or Ofo in bike-sharing, but those have been rarities given sustained growth in smartphone and internet adoption.58.com, often billed as China’s answer to Craigslist, also counts Tencent among its backers. In June, the online classified portal agreed to a buyout deal at about an $8.7 billion value, joining a slew of Chinese firms to ditch their U.S listings.(Updates with reply from Renrenche’s representative in third and seventh 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.
Goldman Sachs has sent some staff home from its London office after two employees tested positive for COVID-19. The U.S. investment bank sent a memo to staff at its Plumtree Court site in central London on Oct. 15 informing them of the positive tests and saying that people who had been in close contact with the staff members had been contacted by the bank's "Wellness team". Goldman Sachs is one of several banks that has encouraged groups of employees back into its London offices.