JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM) shares trading down


Dallas, Texas 08/08/2013 (Financialstrend) – As CEO, chief and chairman of JPMorgan Chase & Co., the 2 trillion worldwide banking and financial facilities holding business, Jamie Dimon is possibly the world’s most projecting investment banker.

Dimon, 57, is in Oklahoma City this week, staying with Chase staffs, customers and local politicians. He also sought after to receipts note of the 1.2 million that his business, staffs and consumers contributed to Oklahoma’s relief efforts after the toxic spring tornadoes.Chase is the mainbank in America, and the fourth largest deposit-holder in Oklahoma. Chase was one of the state’s few huge monetaryorganizations that worn the financial crisis without doddering or disintegrating, and Dimon made plaudits for his management.However, Chase and Dimon most recent year were involuntary to disclose an awkward 6 billion loss by aforeignoffshoots trader. In response, the business cut Dimon’s yearly pay in half, from 23 million to 11.5 million.Previous this year, Chase decided to pay 410 million to federal supervisory body after the firm’s power traders used a diversity of misleading tactics to groove ratepayers.

JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE:JPM) had decreased on to close at $55.30 per share on Wednesday, which was measured to be loss of 0.34% over the previous closing price of the stock. The business had been touching between the range of $54.78 as low intraday price and $55.47 as high intraday price. The 52 week low for the company is at $36.40 per share and 52 week high is at $56.93 per share. With 3.77 Billion shares in the marketplace, there is 74% of institutional ownership and $208.43 billion of market cap value for the stock. The business had offered a trading volume of 12.83 million shares on Wednesday and the average volume is at 17.91 million shares per day.