JPMorgan volatility traders raked in $700 million through June — 3 times what they brought in for all of 2019. Here's how they outpaced Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley on the hottest trade of the year.
Trades linked to massive spikes of volatility have wiped out some funds in 2020. But most Wall Street banks raked in stellar first-half revenues.
Cyberattacks against financial firms are up 238%. Experts explain why deep-pocketed private equity firms are most at risk.
Private equity, and their portfolio companies, represent the latest target for hackers since banks and hedge funds have shored up defenses.
Commercial real-estate hiring is heating back up. From strategy-focused exec jobs to the red-hot industrial space, 4 recruiters lay out roles they're trying to fill.
Commercial real estate companies are hiring more executive-level strategic roles, and also filling spots focused on industrial real estate.
Anthony Scaramucci sent a 6-page memo to Andy Sieg after Merrill Lynch downgraded SkyBridge's flagship fund-of-funds — saying the $2.2 trillion wealth giant spent 3 months 'playing "gotcha" in search of a lie'
In April, Citi cut ties with Skybridge after big losses in March. The fund has since added big-name managers like Oaktree.
Facebook's stock price has had a rollercoaster year driven by an ad boycott, censorship controversies, and blockbuster results. Here are its biggest moves in 2020.
The social-media giant was one among the good performers despite the storm of the pandemic, but its stock now tells us a different story.
Meet Material Bank, a Bain-backed logistics startup disrupting the architecture industry. Here's a look at its vision for becoming the Amazon of design.
Investors are betting that the design and construction material industry is primed for the sort of e-commerce revolution that changed consumer retail.
These 6 charts from the June jobs report show how much the economy has recovered — and how much further it has to go
"The bounce is impressive and welcome but there is a long road ahead to restore all the jobs that were lost in this recession," said BofA economists.
'Capital markets are not free': Billionaire investor Ray Dalio says the Fed is boosting asset prices, valuation metrics don't apply, and the US dollar is at risk
"The economy and the markets are driven by the central banks in coordination with the central government," the Bridgewater Associates co-chief said.
From warehouses to office space, real-estate markets are being turned upside down. These are the winners and losers.
Flex-office firms are struggling, and companies are rethinking leases for offices. Meanwhile, demand for warehouse space is emerging as a bright spot.
This is what traders are talking about.
GOLDMAN SACHS: Buy these 13 stocks that are poised to crush the market within the next 2 weeks as earnings season gets underway
Stock liquidity has been hard to find, and Goldman Sachs says these stocks that are a little safer from market turmoil have a major advantage.
A handful of multi-strategy hedge funds posted huge gains in the first half this year, bucking the industry's trend of underperformance
The big winners were: Chicago-based Citadel Advisors, Izzy Englander's Millennium Management, and Balyasny Asset Management.
Goldman Sachs says global oil demand won't rebound to pre-coronavirus crisis levels until at least 2022
Gasoline demand is expected to be the fastest to recover among oil products due to a transition in consumer behaviour, Goldman said.
American businesses added 4.8 million payrolls last month, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, beating expectations of a 3 million increase.
The most accurate tech analyst on Wall Street says these 6 stocks have potential for huge gains as they transform the sector
Brent Bracelin has become the most accurate analyst on Wall Street as the cloud-computing companies he covers have skyrocketed in 2020.
PPP SMALL BUSINESS LOANS: How $659 billion in coronavirus-linked loans are being spread across lenders, states, and industries
This report examines the first round of PPP funding, including approval patterns and how loans spread across lenders, geographies, and industries.
An app helping families save for college used this pitch deck to raise $9 million from investors like Anthos Capital and NBA all-star Baron Davis
Since February, UNest has added 25,000 accounts and will use the funding to invest in more marketing and brand awareness.
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'We are still in a deep economic hole': 5 economists explain why the June jobs report is weaker than it appears
"Any improvement is good, but we still have a long way to go before we can return to pre-crisis levels," said Daniel Zhao of Glassdoor.
One in 10 CEOs surveyed by The Conference Board thinks the economy improved over the past six months, but only 16% expect the economy to worsen by 2021.
The company's production levels were down 20% as the COVID-19 pandemic halted production at its factory in Fremont, California.
Investors at Point72 and Goldman Sachs believe industry giants like FIS and Fiserv will be the next to be disrupted by fintech. Here's where they are most susceptible.
Infrastructure players have massive scale, but they've fallen behind on tech, leaving space for fintechs to disrupt their businesses piece by piece.
American businesses added a better-than-expected 4.8 million payrolls last month, while the US unemployment rate fell to 11.1%.
The FCA authorized TransferWise to offer investment products in the UK, and it should partner with third-party marketplaces to widen customer reach.
Despite the historically elevated number, Thursday's Labor Department report marked the 13th straight week of declining claims.
Failure to slow the spread of COVID-19 could spark a full-blown financial crisis, Fed president says
The US is "still in the middle of the crisis," St. Louis Fed chief James Bullard said, adding "the disease is still quite capable of surprising us."
Chime has launched a new Visa credit card, dubbed the Chime Credit Builder Card, designed to help customers build a credit history.
A 22-year market vet explains why stocks are headed for a 'massive reset' as the economy struggles to recover from COVID-19 — and outlines why that will put mega-cap tech companies in serious danger
"And I think today, there's a lot of foolish behavior going on in the market — and ultimately they're going to pay," said David Neuhauser.
This is what traders are talking about.
3 reasons why Bank of America says to be bullish on US stocks, including economic surprise index hitting record high
The note comes the same day JPMorgan listed 3 reasons to be bullish on stocks, and a day after the S&P 500 posted its best quarter since 1987.
The IMF's chief economist poured cold water on the Bank of England's claim the UK is heading for a V-shaped recovery
The UK economy could see "a spike initially, and then going forward, I think we could end up with something much more flat," Gopinath said.
Billionaire 'bond king' Jeff Gundlach dissed day traders, downplayed a 'V-shaped' recovery, and defended Trump's tax cuts in a recent interview. Here are his best quotes.
"There are several more shoes, if not Imelda Marcos' closet full of shoes to fall on this economic and market situation."
DIGITAL IDENTITY AND THE FUTURE OF BANKING: How digital identity can slash the costs of onboarding and regulatory compliance by up to 70% for banks
This report defines digital ID, discusses the technologies used to deliver the solution, and lays out why banks could be a leader in digital identity.
The coronavirus pandemic will fundamentally shift how the UK economy works forever. Here are 5 ways it will change.
The current scale of government intervention used to protect the nation will add pressure to aid other parts of the economy.
Billionaire John Paulson, who netted $20 billion from the 2008 'Big Short' crisis, quits the hedge fund world
"With one chapter closing, a new one is beginning ... and I look forward to continuing as an active participant in financial markets," Paulson said.
REGTECH REVISITED: How the regtech landscape is evolving to address FIs' ever growing compliance needs
A new 2018 report from Business Insider Intelligence provides a brief overview of the current global financial regulatory compliance landscape and the regtech industry's position within it.
THE DIGITAL BANKING ECOSYSTEM: These are the key players, biggest shifts, and trends driving short- and long-term growth in one of the world's largest industries
This report explores the incumbent banking landscape as a whole, and the third parties banks are calling on to help their transition to digital.
Download this FREE report to read Business Insider Intelligence's analysis of effective strategies to capture AI's potential in banking.
A 179-year-old data shop just raised $1.7 billion in an IPO. Dun & Bradstreet's president walked us through its quick return to public markets and why the company's in high demand.
The company spent 16 months under private ownership before returning to the public markets, where its offering was upsized.
The Dow fluctuated between gains and losses throughout the afternoon before ending the day slightly lower.
The US economic recovery could take 'just 4 or 5 years' if coronavirus is controlled, Fed president says
The US could see economic recovery quickly if there's a coronavirus vaccine or robust mitigation strategy, said Mary Daly, San Francisco Fed president.
Central bankers agreed clearer forward guidance is "important" to effectively guiding markets and legislators through the rebound.
Billions of dollars of Las Vegas development is up in the air right now, but the owner of Caesars Palace sees the city's crisis as an opportunity to imagine its next mega-project.
The owner of Las Vegas's largest casino resorts is arranging to buy 23 acres just east of the Las Vegas strip for roughly $100 million.
Goldman Sachs predicts oil will surge more than 30% by next year. Here are 9 energy stocks it says to buy now to benefit from the recovery.
As oil markets enter their third month of recovery, Goldman Sachs analysts share their advice on which energy stocks to buy — and which to ditch.
BANK OF AMERICA: Wall Street bullishness gauge spikes most in 2 years, signaling a 11% gain for S&P 500 within a year
The bank's metric gained to 55.8% from 54.9% in June, a sizable increase but still "far from the euphoria one sees at the end of bull markets."
Robintrack is a platform that uses data from Robinhood's API to track how many Robinhood users own a particular stock over time.
Stocks climbed in regular trading, reversing premarket losses, following positive COVID-19 vaccine trial data from Pfizer and BioNtech.
Kolanovic said summer seasonality "should help the volatility spike continue to fade," which could drive investors to buy stocks throughout summer.
More than a dozen Wall Street analysts rushed to upgrade their FedEx price targets following the company's earnings Tuesday.
The Institute for Supply Management's manufacturing gauge soared 9.5 percentage points to 52.6 last month, topping economists' 49.8 estimate.