Macquarie Group

Macquarie Group’s share price has fallen 15% since reaching a recent high of $30.17 on 28 March. Fears of a European banking crisis spreading to the US and beyond have knocked down the prices of all US financial institutions; the share prices of both Bank of America and Goldman Sachs have fallen 30% recently, and JP Morgan’s share price has fallen 26% since announcing a $2bn loss from some bad derivative bets. Until the global economy finds its footing, Macquarie’s share price will remain volatile. That’s why you should consider a more active strategy of buying low and selling...

Macquarie Group’s share price has fallen 15% since reaching a recent high of $30.17 on 28 March. Fears of a European banking crisis spreading to the US and beyond have knocked down the prices of all US financial institutions; the share prices of both Bank of America and Goldman Sachs have fallen 30% recently, and JP Morgan’s share price has fallen 26% since announcing a $2bn loss from some bad derivative bets.

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