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State Street (STT) Holding Maintained by Stoneridge Investment Partners Llc; Jp Morgan Chase (JPM) S
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Thursday, 24 January 2019
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Inverness Counsel Llc decreased its stake in Jp Morgan Chase (JPM) by 24.88% based on its latest 2018Q3 regulatory filing with the SEC. Inverness Counsel Llc sold 108,312 shares as the company’s stock declined 10.86% with the market. The institutional investor held 327,104 shares of the major banks company at the end of 2018Q3, valued at $36.


Posted originally: 2019-01-24 14:20:00

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