• Price (USD)90.61
  • Today's Change0.38 / 0.42%
  • Shares traded5.07m
  • 1 Year change56.71%
  • Beta1.5053
Data delayed at least 15 minutes, as of Feb 21 2017 16:31 GMT.
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Cash flow in USDView more

In 2015, cash reserves at JPMorgan Chase & Co fell by 7.34bn. However, Cash Flow from Investing totalled 106.98bn, indicating this company earned more from the sale of existing assets than it spent on the purchase of new assets. In addition the company generated 73.47bn in cash from operations while cash used for financing totalled 187.51bn.
Cash flow per share5.70
Price/Cash flow per share15.52
Book value per share71.38
Tangible book value per share56.15
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Growth rates in USD

Year on year, both dividends per share and earnings per share excluding extraordinary items growth increased 9.30% and 3.08%, respectively. The positive trend in dividend payments is noteworthy since only some companies in the Investment Services industry pay a dividend. Additionally when measured on a five year annualized basis, both dividend per share and earnings per share growth ranked in-line with the industry average relative to its peers.
Div yield(5 year avg)2.50%
Div growth rate (5 year)13.46%
Payout ratio (TTM)22.88%
EPS growth(5 years)6.66
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