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Bank of America Corporation close price: 24

Stock price forecast:

UP TO +2.29%
Target: 24.55

Total forecasts: 84
Reached: 18 (21.43%)

Total Win: 6.94 (29.73%)

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Date of ForecastStock PriceTarget PriceForecast Reached Date
2017-06-262424.550000-00-00
2017-06-252424.690000-00-00
2017-06-242424.770000-00-00
2017-06-232424.770000-00-00
2017-06-222424.390000-00-00
2017-06-212424.450000-00-00
2017-06-202424.280000-00-00
2017-06-192424.420000-00-00
2017-06-182425.070000-00-00
2017-06-172425.080000-00-00

Bank of America Corporation latest news:


  • 06/25/2017 17:46:39

    Takata decides to file for bankruptcy: source

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's Takata Corp , the firm at the center of the auto industry's biggest ever product recall, will file for bankruptcy protection in Japan on Monday with liabilities of more than 1 trillion yen ($9 billion), a source said.

  • 06/25/2017 09:44:25

    Q&A: A look at Takata's bankruptcy and air bag recalls

    Expected Takata bankruptcy won't stop massive recall of millions of potentially deadly air bag inflators

  • 06/25/2017 08:57:38

    Royal Bank of Scotland to move hundreds of jobs to India

    The move by the state-owned bank will cut nearly 450 UK jobs dealing with loans to small businesses.

  • 06/23/2017 15:02:48

    BRIEF-BKB Beteiligungsholding says has offered to buy Oldenburgische Landesbank for notional amount of 2.6 Euro

    * BKB Beteiligungsholding AG says has offered to buy Oldenburgische Landesbank AG for a notional amount of 2.6 Euro

  • 06/22/2017 17:21:29

    Fed: US banks have money for crisis

    The 34 largest US banks passed the first part of the Federal Reserve's annual stress test.

  • 06/22/2017 16:20:50

    Four of biggest Canada banks are main Trans Mountain lenders -filings

    CALGARY, Alberta, June 22 (Reuters) - Royal Bank of Canada , Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Bank of Nova Scotia and Toronto-Dominion Bank are the main lenders for Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, the company said in fillings on Thursday.

  • 06/22/2017 15:42:38

    Biggest U.S. banks clear first hurdle in Fed's annual stress tests

    WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - The 34 largest U.S. banks have all cleared the first stage of an annual stress test, showing they would be able to maintain enough capital in an extreme recession to meet regulatory requirements, the Federal Reserve said on Thursday.

  • 06/22/2017 15:39:24

    UPDATE 1-Biggest U.S. banks clear first hurdle in Fed's annual stress tests

    WASHINGTON/NEW YORK, June 22 (Reuters) - The 34 largest U.S. banks have all cleared the first stage of an annual stress test, showing they would be able to maintain enough capital in an extreme recession to meet regulatory requirements, the Federal Reserve said on Thursday.

  • 06/22/2017 15:14:22

    Big Banks Clear First Phase of Federal Reserve Stress Tests

    The banking system has an even larger capital cushion than it did last year, which may increase calls for looser regulations.

  • 06/22/2017 13:22:00

    Resolve 55 accounts in 6 months or face IBC: RBI to banks

    Earlier this month, Reserve Bank of India identified 12 accounts for insolvency proceedings

  • 06/22/2017 00:04:21

    Takata to file for bankruptcy Monday, SMFG to provide bridge loan: sources

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Takata Corp will seek bankruptcy protection from creditors on Monday, two sources said, as the Japanese company faces billions of dollars in liabilities stemming from the biggest recall in automotive history.

  • 06/21/2017 14:59:41

    BRIEF-Hancock Fabrics says bankruptcy court enters order confirming plan of liquidation

    * Hancock Fabrics says on June 20, 2017, bankruptcy court entered an order confirming co’s second amended joint chapter 11 plan of liquidation - SEC filing Source text: (http://bit.ly/2sWNw2D) Further company coverage:

  • 06/21/2017 10:40:19

    Deutsche Bank taps Rose to head metals and mining team in Americas

    Deutsche Bank has hired Jonathan Rose as the head of its metals and mining investment banking team in the Americas, according to an internal memo, the contents of which were confirmed on Wednesday by a Deutsche Bank spokeswoman. Rose will be based in New York and report to John Anos, co-head of the bank's global industrials group.

  • 06/21/2017 01:07:00

    Toshiba taps Japan government-linked consortium as preferred bidder for memory business sale

    Toshiba has selected a consortium led by the Innovation Network Corporation of Japan, Bain Capital and Development Bank of Japan for memory business sale.

  • 06/20/2017 21:20:00

    Toshiba taps consortium as preferred bidder for memory business sale

    Toshiba has selected a consortium led by the Innovation Network Corporation of Japan, Bain Capital and Development Bank of Japan for memory business sale.

  • 06/20/2017 05:02:30

    Barclays charged with fraud in Qatar case

    The Serious Fraud Office charges relate to the bank's fundraising at the height of 2008's financial crisis.

  • 06/19/2017 10:30:47

    Historical Data Helps Citizens Bank Improve 84-Month Loan Performance

    Citizen Bank has accumulated a broad historical data set of its 84-month loan product, which has allowed it to become “one of our better performing segments,” Craig Lamp, the bank’s head of auto lending, told Auto Finance News. “If you look at our data, we have been making 84-month loansRead More

  • 06/16/2017 03:18:37

    World stocks rise as Bank of Japan's lax policy unchanged

    Asian shares mixed as Wall Street tech sell-off weighs on investor sentiment as central bank decisions remain in focus

  • 06/15/2017 17:47:07

    Russia probe expands to include Kushner's business dealings: report

    The business and financial dealings of Jared Kushner -- President Donald Trump's son-in-law and top adviser -- are now under investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller, the Washington Post reported late Thursday. Mueller is leading the probe into Russian election meddling and possible collusion between Trump's campaign team and Russian officials. The Post said one subject of scrutiny is Kushner's meeting with Russian development banker Sergey Gorkov in December, when Kushner's family real estate business was seeking financing for a Manhattan office building. The Post said the finances of other Trump associates are also being looked into, including former National Security Adviser Mike Flynn, former campaign chairman Paul Manafort and former foreign policy adviser Carter Page. On Wednesday, the Post reported that Mueller's probe had expanded to investigate whether Trump may have obstructed justice.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 06/15/2017 17:14:14

    Bank of America laying off staff in Charlotte

    Bank of America cuts an unspecified number of positions in the Charlotte, North Carolina-area

  • 06/15/2017 16:25:33

    UPDATE 1-Group says Georgia nuclear plant costs rise to $29 bln

    WILMINGTON, Del., June 15 (Reuters) - A clean energy group that has opposed a nuclear project in Georgia estimates the plant's cost has soared to $29 billion in the wake of the bankruptcy of the half-finished plant's contractor, Westinghouse Electric Co, a unit of Toshiba Corp

  • 06/15/2017 15:33:53

    Group says Georgia nuclear plant costs rise to $29 bln

    A clean energy group that has opposed a nuclear project in Georgia estimates the plant's cost has soared to $29 billion in the wake of the bankruptcy of half-finished plant's contractor, Westinghouse Electric Co, a unit of Toshiba Corp (TOSBF). Sara Barczak of the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy said that the new estimate adds $9 billion to its projected cost of the Vogtle project, which has been be...

  • 06/15/2017 15:33:27

    REFILE-Group says Georgia nuclear plant costs rise to $29 bln

    WILMINGTON, Del., June 15 (Reuters) - A clean energy group that has opposed a nuclear project in Georgia estimates the plant's cost has soared to $29 billion in the wake of the bankruptcy of half-finished plant's contractor, Westinghouse Electric Co, a unit of Toshiba Corp

  • 06/15/2017 09:37:53

    Sprouts Farmers Market 'significantly impacted' by deflation due to its focus on fresh items

    Sprouts Farmers Market Inc. said Thursday it was "significantly impacted by deflation, which has been increasing over the last 18 months" because 60% of its sales are in fresh products. Speaking at the Deutsche Bank dbAccess Global Consumer Conference, Sprouts' Chief Financial Officer Bradley Lukow said the first quarter experienced 300 basis points of deflation, with double-digit deflation in produce. "Into the second quarter of this year, we went from double-digit deflation on cost in produce to almost flat," Lukow said, according to a FactSet transcript. Amazon.com Inc. announced this morning that it has extended Prime Now one- and two-hour delivery to Denver, including Sprouts merchandise. And Sprouts stock was downgraded Thursday at Morgan Stanley to equal-weight based on valuation. Analysts say they remain positive on Sprouts because it's a strong player in the natural and organic segment, and was the only food retailer it covers with positive same-store sales. "However, we now believe the shares are fairly valued relative to future growth potential," the note said. The price target remains at $23. Sprouts shares are down nearly 9% in Thursday trading, but are up more than 19% for the year so far. The S&P 500 index is up 8.5% for 2017 to date.Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 06/15/2017 08:48:27

    Pound volatile after surprise Bank vote

    Sterling surges by almost a cent after a close Bank of England rate vote, but then falls back.

  • 06/15/2017 08:11:58

    Wall Street's 'fear index' is on pace for its biggest daily pop in a month

    A measure of implied volatility on Wall Street on Thursday was on track to post its largest one-day rise since mid-May as U.S. equities saw firm losses, pressured by a resumption of selling in the highflying technology sector. The CBOE Volatility Index, or VIX, known colloquially as Wall Street's fear gauge was up 10.5% at 11.76 at last check, putting it on track to rise by the most since May 17, when it popped more than 46%. The metric, which tracks options betting on moves in the S&P 500 index a month into the future, has been preternaturally quiescent over the past several months, but has had bouts of relative choppiness as investors fret about market valuations and absorb geopolitical developments, including the U.K.'s efforts to renegotiate longstanding trade agreements with the European Union. Thursday's action comes as the Nasdaq Composite Index , which is on pace to fall four of the past five trading sessions, was suffering a sharp early decline, down 1.1% and on track to post its first losing month since October. Valuations around popular tech giants, including Facebook Inc. , Amazon.com Inc. , Google Inc.-parent Alphabet , Apple Inc. , and Netflix Inc. have raised concerns that those companies, known as FAANG stocks, have risen too far, too fast and are due for a sharp pullback. That sentiment has pressured the rest of the market, which has been aided in its recent run to all-time highs by the tech rally. On Wednesday, the Dow Jones Industrial Average finished at a record despite a broad-market decline. Those moves came after the Federal Reserve lifted key interest rates a quarter-point and detailed its plans to normalize monetary policy and reduce its $4.5 trillion balance sheet, accumulated during the 2008-'09 financial crisis. An accommodative central bank has been seen by some as underpinning what has been a eight-year bull market in equities. The jump in the VIX, however, hasn't coincided with a clear flight to quality--typically associated with a rise in the fear index. Government bonds, for example, viewed as haven assets, were seeing some selling, with the 10-year Treasury note yield up 4.2 basis points at 2.17%, approaching its levels from the beginning of the week and well off its lows set Thursday. Bond prices and yields move inversely. Market Pulse Stories are Rapid-fire, short news bursts on stocks and markets as they move. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news.

  • 06/15/2017 06:29:22

    Pound jumps on surprise Bank vote

    Sterling surges by almost a cent after three Bank of England rate setters back a rise in interest rates.

  • 06/14/2017 22:22:08

    Bank of America to lay off more workers

    June 15 (Reuters) - Bank of America Corp has begun laying off employees in its operations and technology division, part of the second-largest U.S. bank's plan to cut costs.

  • 06/14/2017 15:31:50

    French oil services firm CGG files for bankruptcy

    PARIS, June 14 (Reuters) - French oil services firm CGG said on Wednesday it had filed for bankruptcy in France and the United States as part of financial restructuring to reduce its debt burden.

  • 06/14/2017 15:17:51

    Wells Fargo Is Accused of Making Improper Changes to Mortgages

    The bank denies allegations in lawsuits that it changed the loan terms of customers in bankruptcy without their knowledge, putting them at risk of default.

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