JPMorgan stock remains vulnerable to the coronavirus' impact on the global economy, low interest rates and potentially stiffer regulations on the financial sector under a Joe Biden White House. But the bank plans to buy back $30 billion in shares next year, after the Federal Reserve found it and other banks were solid enough to withstand a severe recession. After the Fed released the stress test results, JPMorgan said it planned to keep its quarterly dividend of 90 cents per share for the first quarter. And it said it planned to begin buying back $30 billion in stock in the first quarter as well. JPM stocks are trading 13% lower from their historical highs.