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Goldman Sachs, America's largest investment bank reported crisis impacted first third quarter earnings before the bell Wednesday. $GS was hit by losses in lending and debt investments. Goldman boosted its provision for credit losses to $937 million from $224 million.

Bank of America reported worse than expected first quarter earnings before the bell Wednesday. BofA set aside $4.76 billion for potential loan losses vs. $1.01 billion a year earlier. $BAC followed Citigroup $C JPMorgan Chase $JPM. Wells Fargo $WFC reporting

Wells Fargo reported worse than expected Q1 earnings before the bell Tuesday. $WFC reported along with JPMorgan $JPM&. The bank was hit by ramifications from COVID-19  with a$3.1 billion reserve build and a $950 million impairment of securities

JPMorgan Chase, America's largest bank reported worse than expected Q1 earnings Tuesday before the open. JPM suffered massive loan loss provisions after the coronavirus pandemic locked down the U.S. economy. Wells Fargo also reported Tuesday.

The Dow just had the worst 1st quarter in 124 years. The S&P 500 has not been down in these three successive months since 2008. What does history tells about the stock market from here?

Boeing corp stock fell a further 25% after downgrades from S&P and Firch as the Coronavirus paralysed air travel. $BA had untill last month largely dodged a bullet with it's Boeing 737 Max fallout.

This was the third worst day in the S&P 500 since 1926. Equity markets experienced a crash lower, with circuit breakers tripping to pause selling both overnight and after the market opened.

AIM ImmunoTech (NYSEAMERICAN:AIM)on Monday announced testing its SARS vaccine Ampligen as a potential treatment for the new coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2). The stock $AIM leapt over 300% on the news.

Integration Network and Identity Management Company Okta Inc reported better than expected fourth earnings Thursday after the market close. Subscription revenue surged by 46% to $158.5 million. The results reflected the growing importance of identity

Iconic farming, forestry and construction equipment maker Deere beat first quarter earnings before the open Friday. $DE maintained guidance despite global risks, higher US dollar and higher raw materials and freight costs fueling higher expenses and uncertainty.

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