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Tony Prestedge, chief operating officer of Nationwide, discusses Apply Pay, which comes to the U.K. in July, and why banks are supporting it.
Ian Gordon, head of bank research at Investec, discusses the future of HSBC after it announced job cuts and that it is closing its operations in Turkey and Brazil.
Betsy Graseck, Morgan Stanley analyst, gives perspective to how a rate raise will play out in the U.S. economy and impact financials.
Low interest rates and concerns about future litigation are no reason to turn a blind eye to bank stocks, Dick Bove tells CNBC.
Dick Bove, Rafferty Capital, says despite interest rate fears, there is a tremendous amount of value in bank stocks that is not being recognized.
Virgin Money is hawking a line of credit cards featuring two of the iconic punk band’s albums.
Headlines about Mexico have been dominated by violence, corruption and weak growth. However, the country's fortunes may be revived, with banks like HSBC interested in investing.
HSBC's name has previously had a good reputation, but recently it has been unnecessarily "overly-tarnished" by its business strategy, John Mann MP, former member of treasury select committee, said.
Germany's biggest bank was searched by German prosecutors on Tuesday as part of an investigation in securities transactions by clients.
HSBC's chief executive, Stuart Gulliver, said that while Turkey and Brazil have limited value for HSBC, Mexico may be their "golden goose" for potential strong growth.
HSBC will cut costs by as much as $5 billion, laying off as many as 25,000 staff, the banking behemoth has told investors.
John Mann, Labour MP and former member of the UK's Treasury Select Committee, says HSBC is suffering as a result of many self-inflicted wounds.
CNBC's Geoff Cutmore and Catherine Boyle report from outside the HSBC headquarters in London as the bank announces huge labour and cost cuts.
Kian Abouhossein, head of EMEA banking research at JPMorgan, talks about the cost challenges facing HSBC.
HSBC's plans to accelerate its investments in Asia is a move back to basics, which will be welcomed by investors, says Nick Nelson, head of European Equity Strategy at UBS.
With plans like the sale of Brazil and Turkey units widely expected, the announcement won't move HSBC's stock significantly, says King Lip, chief strategist at Baker Avenue Asset Management.
With HSBC's announcement being "pretty much expected" thus far, King Lip, chief strategist at Baker Avenue Asset Management, hopes the bank can discuss more about its money-losing U.S. division.
Cyrus Daruwala, managing director, Asia Pacific at IDC Financial Insights, says HSBC will likely "take the safe route" at Tuesday's strategy meeting.
Jim Antos, bank analyst at Mizuho Securities Asia, says traders expecting dramatic announcements from HSBC's update on late Tuesday may be disappointed.
Iceland is to introduce a 39 percent exit tax on assets from its failed banks, as part of moves to lift capital controls.