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August 1, 2014
05:54 EDTSPY, WFCStocks with implied volatility movement; SPY WFC
Stocks with implied volatility movement; Standard and Poor's Depository Receipts (SPY) 15, Wells Fargo (WFC) 16 according to iVolatility.
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September 25, 2014
08:45 EDTSPYStandard and Poor's Depository Receipts: Pivot points
The following are the pivot points for SPY. Pivot High: $200.710, Pivot Low: $198.540. These were calculated using the DeMark method. It is generally believed to be bullish when price breaks out above the pivot high or bearish when price breaks down below the pivot low.
September 24, 2014
15:04 EDTWFCGoldman, other banks near deal to buy Bloomberg messaging alternative, WSJ says
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10:12 EDTSPYS&P 500 holds range support, levels to watch
The 1980 area is the low of the recent trading range. So far that has held, but should be watched as a break below it could bring out either sellers or buyers in greater size. A break lower has the potential to be bearish longer term, and would potentially be the first step in a rounding top pattern. Support below 1980 is at 1971.74. If there is a bounce and the range between 1980 and 2010 holds, then little will have changed technically for the index. We could be in that range into earnings season which gets under way in two weeks.
08:45 EDTSPYStandard and Poor's Depository Receipts: Pivot points
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September 23, 2014
08:45 EDTSPYStandard and Poor's Depository Receipts: Pivot points
The following are the pivot points for SPY. Pivot High: $199.765, Pivot Low: $198.115. These were calculated using the DeMark method. It is generally believed to be bullish when price breaks out above the pivot high or bearish when price breaks down below the pivot low.
06:13 EDTWFCWells Fargo Advisers fined $5M by SEC for failing to maintain controls
The Securities and Exchange Commission yesterday charged Wells Fargo Advisors LLC with failing to maintain adequate controls to prevent one of its employees from insider trading based on a customerís nonpublic information. The SEC also charged Wells Fargo for unreasonably delaying its production of documents during the SECís investigation and providing an altered internal document related to a compliance review of the brokerís trading. Wells Fargo, which admits wrongdoing, has agreed to pay a $5M penalty to settle the SECís charges, which are the first-ever against a broker-dealer for failing to protect a customerís material nonpublic information. Reference Link
September 22, 2014
18:20 EDTWFCSEC fines Wells Fargo Advisors $5M for not stopping inside trade, FT reports
The brokerage arm of Wells Fargo (WFC), Wells Fargo Advisors, was fined $5M by the SEC for not stopping an employee from trading on customer information ahead of the 2010 acquisition of Burger King (BKW), sometimes called ďthe sandwich deal," FT reports. Reference Link
11:21 EDTSPYS&P 500 falls to lows of the day nearing mid-session, levels to watch
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08:45 EDTSPYStandard and Poor's Depository Receipts: Pivot points
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September 19, 2014
09:54 EDTSPYS&P 500 hits fresh life high, levels to watch
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08:45 EDTSPYStandard and Poor's Depository Receipts: Pivot points
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September 18, 2014
14:08 EDTWFCBanks look to high-interest personal loans to boost revenue, WSJ says
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08:45 EDTSPYStandard and Poor's Depository Receipts: Pivot points
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September 17, 2014
14:40 EDTSPYS&P 500 hits highs on Fed retaining 'considerable time' language
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13:28 EDTWFCWells Fargo eases lending requirements for buying apartments, Financial Times says
Wells Fargo (WFC) is easing lending requirements for apartment purchases, reports the Financial Times. In an interview, the head of Wells Fargo mortgage production Franklin Codel said, ďWeíre tweaking our condo approvals to make them more consistent with what Fannie Mae (FNMA) and Freddie Mac (FMCC) allow." Reference Link
13:16 EDTWFCHolder says DOJ looking to charge bank executives, Washington Post says
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08:45 EDTSPYStandard and Poor's Depository Receipts: Pivot points
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08:19 EDTWFCNational Press Club holds a luncheon meeting
Wells Fargo & Co. CEO John Stumpf discusses the role of financial services in the real economy at a National Press Club luncheon meeting being held in Washington, D.C. on September 17 at 1 pm. Webcast Link
September 16, 2014
08:45 EDTSPYStandard and Poor's Depository Receipts: Pivot points
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07:19 EDTWFCCompanies' share buybacks at fasttest clip since 2007, WSJ reports
Companies are buying back their own shares at its fastest pace since the financial crisis to fuel a stock rally, reports the Wall Street Journal. According to Birinyi Associates, companies have bought back $338.3B of stock in 1H14, the most since 2007. Citing an analysis by Barclays, companies with the largest buyback programs by dollar value have outperformed the broader market by 20% since 2008. Reference Link
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