Sector: Financials

Today, Donald Trump tweeted a comment by JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon suggesting Trump's China tariffs have hit the country hard.

Last week was slightly downbeat for Amazon (AMZN), which fell 1%. The stock was at its weekly high of $1,815 on November 4 and its weekly low on November 8.

The Apple Card is currently under regulatory scrutiny related to gender-biased credit limit approvals, according to a Bloomberg report on November 9.

Today, Jefferies raised Tesla stock’s (TSLA) target price to $400. Based on yesterday’s closing prices, TSLA stock represents a potential upside of 19%.

On November 8, the Dow Jones closed at the 27,681.24 level, just 0.3% below its all-time high. US-China trade deal optimism raised equity markets.

US-China trade optimism has lifted markets this month. However, the Shanghai Composite and Hang Seng indexes fell sharply today.

Banks comprise around 30% of Warren Buffett’s portfolio by market value. Out of Berkshire Hathaway’s portfolio of 46 stocks, five are commercial banks.

Despite some impressive signs of Kroger's (K) success, Walmart stock (WMT) is the better pick for the grocery sector. Here's why.

Today, two Chinese tech stocks have gained significant market value. Baidu (BIDU) and iQIYI (IQ) are trading 10% and 15% higher, respectively.

On November 5, Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio wrote that he thinks “the system of making capitalism work well for most people is broken.”