UK markets close in 1 hour 30 minutes

JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM)

NYSE - Nasdaq Real-time price. Currency in USD
Add to watchlist
160.34+2.89 (+1.84%)
As of 10:00AM EDT. Market open.
Full screen
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
Previous close157.45
Open158.18
Bid159.18 x 900
Ask159.64 x 1100
Day's range157.68 - 160.50
52-week range82.40 - 163.73
Volume2,426,572
Avg. volume15,044,400
Market cap485.37B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.20
PE ratio (TTM)12.72
EPS (TTM)12.61
Earnings date13 Jul 2021
Forward dividend & yield3.60 (2.29%)
Ex-dividend date05 Apr 2021
1y target est165.38
  • Editor's pick
    Yahoo Finance Video

    More companies speak out against laws targeting transgender kids

    Yahoo Finance's Melody Hahm breaks down how major coporations are fighting back againt anit-LGTBQ legislation.

  • JPMorgan debuts carbon reduction goals for clients
    Reuters

    JPMorgan debuts carbon reduction goals for clients

    JPMorgan Chase & Co on Thursday set out mid-term, carbon reduction goals for clients, as banks face pressure to align their financing activities with their climate change commitments. The U.S. bank is asking clients in the electric power and auto industries to meet carbon intensity reduction goals and for oil and gas clients to meet operational and end-use carbon intensity reduction goals by 2030.

  • JPMorgan, others discuss issuing credit cards to people with no credit scores - WSJ
    Reuters

    JPMorgan, others discuss issuing credit cards to people with no credit scores - WSJ

    The plan, part of a government-backed initiative, will factor in information from applicants' checking or savings accounts at other financial institutions to increase their chances of approval for getting credit cards, the report said on Thursday, citing people familiar with the matter. The move is aimed at customers who do not have credit scores but are financially responsible, the report said, adding that the lenders would consider applicants' account balances over time and their overdraft histories. The banks are discussing using credit-reporting firms, such as Equifax, Experian PLC and TransUnion, as well as fintech company Early Warning Services LLC, for this data sharing, the WSJ report said.