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  • Goalie Nathan Schoenfeld #40 of the Arizona Coyotes stands for the national anthem before the start of a game against the Montreal Canadiens at Gila River Arena on February 15, 2016 in Glendale, Arizona. Schoenfeld was an emergency call up after back-up goalie Anders Lindback was injured on Monday before the game.

    A 31-year-old banker from Scottsdale, Arizona was tapped by the Arizona Coyotes as an emergency goalie on Monday night.

  • Neel Kashkari

    The Closing Bell panel gives their thoughts on new Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari's recent remarks on 'too big to fail' banks.

  • An oil worker adjusts a flow valve at an oilfield operated by Embamunaigas, a unit of KazMunaiGas Exploration Production, near Atyrau, Kazakhstan.

    U.S. banks may face more pain in 2016 from E&Ps, which have seen their businesses hit disproportionately hard by falling oil prices.

  • The European bank trade

    Nick Nelson, UBS Head of European Equity Strategy, says European bank stocks are medium-term investment.

  • Treasury, urged Congress to consider "bold, transformational" rules including the breaking up of the nation's largest banks to avoid bailouts. "Now is the right time for Congress to consider going further than Dodd-Frank with bold, transformational solutions to solve this problem once and for all," Kashkari said, arguing that the biggest banks are still too big to...

  • Call of the Day: Bank upgrades

    Two upgrades for Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley at JPMorgan, with the FMHR traders.

  • NEWARK, Del., Feb 16- The Federal Reserve may be wise to await more evidence of higher U.S. inflation before raising interest rates for a second time, a new Fed official said on Tuesday, urging, at least temporarily, a "conservative" approach to setting policy. Patrick Harker, who became president of the Philadelphia Fed in mid-2015 but had since kept his views fairly...

  • LONDON, Feb 16- Reports of the death of bond market liquidity may have been exaggerated, a senior Central Bank of Ireland official said on Tuesday in a riposte to bankers calling for an easing of regulations. "We can't draw any conclusions here about market liquidity that would lead us to thinking that we need to do something," Martin Moloney, head of markets policy at...

  • Financials cheap, like C & BAC: Analyst

    Discussing fear about the bank stocks, and which present the best value, with Jim Sinegal, Morningstar senior analyst.

  • Pisani: Market didn't follow oil drop

    CNBC's Bob Pisani looks ahead at the markets including oil, the rally in Chinese markets, and European banks.

  • LONDON/ MILAN, Feb 16- European shares edged lower on Tuesday, with banking stocks again under pressure after a short rebound, while oil companies came off earlier highs on disappointment over a deal to tackle a global supply glut. Top oil exporters Russia and Saudi Arabia agreed on Tuesday to freeze output levels. "This agreement needs the nod from other OPEC and...

  • BEIJING, Feb 16- China's central bank issued a slew of measures on Tuesday to increase financial support to its struggling industrial sector, in the latest efforts to counter a prolonged economic slowdown. The People's Bank of China will guide banks to boost lending to support industrial upgrading and maintain adequate liquidity for industrial structural...

  • *China will become Apple Pay's 5th market. BEIJING, Feb 16- Apple Inc's Apple Pay mobile payment system will be available in China from Feb. 18 for Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Ltd customers, bank representatives said in social media posts on Tuesday. The lender is set to be joined by a raft of peers: Apple's China website lists 19 Chinese lenders as...

  • There is pent up demand in Italy: CIO

    Mark Phelps, CIO of concentrated global equities at Alliance Bernstein, discusses auto sales in Italy and the banking sector's difficulties.

  • Japan Banks

    David Marshall from CreditSights says the direct impact is limited, but there will be other repercussions such as lower yields on yen assets.

  • BEIJING, Feb 16- Chinese banks armed with fresh lending quotas extended a record 2.51 trillion yuan of new loans in January, far more than markets had expected, suggesting Beijing is keeping monetary policy loose to counter a protracted economic slowdown. "Chinese banks expanded their balance sheet aggressively in the first month of this year, which implies...

  • BEIJING, Feb 16- Chinese banks extended a record 2.51 trillion yuan of new loans in January, well above expectations, while growth in money supply quickened to a 19- month high, suggesting Beijing is keeping monetary policy loose to counter a prolonged economic slowdown. "Chinese banks expanded their balance sheet aggressively in the first month of this year,...

  • *China bank shares up after lending data. TOKYO, Feb 16- Asian shares extended their gains on Tuesday as a combination of stabilising Chinese markets, a rebound in oil prices and solid U.S. consumption data drove investors to look for bargains after last week's rout. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan gained 0.6 percent, with Chinese bank...

  • *BOJ to implement Jan. 29 decision on negative rates. TOKYO, Feb 16- The Bank of Japan's negative interest rates came into effect on Tuesday in a radical plan already deemed a failure by financial markets, highlighting Tokyo's lack of options to spur growth as global markets sputter. "It's getting clearer that Abenomics is a paper tiger," said Seiya Nakajima, chief...

  • *BOJ to implement Jan. 29 decision on negative rates. TOKYO, Feb 16- The Bank of Japan implements negative interest rates on Tuesday in a radical plan already deemed a failure by financial markets, highlighting Tokyo's lack of options to spur growth as global markets sputter. "It's getting clearer that Abenomics is a paper tiger," said Seiya Nakajima, chief economist...

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