JPMorgan Chase is the largest American bank by market value. Markets see it as a window into US consumer spending and corporate sentiment. When JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon tells his thoughts on the economy or broadcasts his complaints about the rules, investors listen to his opinion. After JPMorgan shares reached record highs, they sank lower as markets are looking for the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on the global economy. Despite its reputation, JPMorgan shares have mostly followed the S&P 500 since 1986. More pressing issues such as the impact of the coronavirus on daily life have forced investors to roll over the company's securities. Profit growth is a key feature of the top stocks. JPMorgan's earnings per share for the last eight quarters were in double digits. All this stopped in April when earnings per share fell by 71%. JPMorgan's earnings rose by 19% in 2019. But analysts expect it to decline by 32% in 2020. JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon in April warned of the likelihood of a "fairly strong recession". The bank has reserved an additional 6.8 billion dollars for repayment of credits. The bank said it expects the U.S. economy to start recovering this year but will not be able to fully recover this year. Shares of Citigroup, Bank of America and Goldman Sachs are also not interested in investors to buy as the coronavirus outbreak is wreaking havoc in the markets. Shares of JPMorgan have an average aggregate rating of 69. EPS rating, according to MarketSmith, is 65. IBD recommends investors to focus on shares with composite rating 90 and above. JPM shares have the highest composite rating among its peers. Morgan Stanley (MS) has a composite rating of 76, the highest. The EPS rating is 94. As of February, Citigroup shares have composite rating of 58 and 91 EPS. Bank of America has 67 and 86 per share with the EPS index. Among other large banks, Wells Fargo (WFC) has composite rating 20 and EPS rating 37. Goldman Sachs shares have composite rating 49' and EPS rating 45. JPMorgan has a market value of $275 billion, according to MarketSmith. Large double-digit profits were maintained in 2019. But it's not known how much coronavirus can hurt the economy. Shares have ceased to be basic, and JPMorgan shares have lagged behind the S&P 500 index for the past couple of years.