Berenberg says Wells Fargo will report earnings next year below Wall Street expectations due to "weak demand for credit."
TipRanks identified the top analysts covering the financial sector and their top picks right now.
JPMorgan is bullish on bank stocks due to rising interest rates and low relative historical valuations compared to the S&P 500.
Full interview with Goldman Sachs president David Solomon
Goldman's weak trading results were due to wrong way bets on the debts of a coal company and struggling retailers, according to Bloomberg News.
Fed's Stanley Fischer discusses his views on the market and deregulation in an exclusive wide-ranging interview Friday on CNBC's "Squawk on the Street."
Citi Research believes Goldman's weak trading results were an anomaly.
Here's the full interview of Rafferty Capital Markets’ Dick Bove on CNBC's "Squawk Box."
CFRA says "much optimism" is already priced into the financials sector.
KBW says large banks will be able to return more capital to shareholders in coming years.
Citi says Bank of America's current valuation already prices in the benefit of Trump's financial deregulation plans.
Deutsche Bank predicts capital markets industry revenue will rise 15 to 20 percent in the first quarter.
Goldman predicts banks will be able to deploy an extra $200 billion of capital next year due to financial deregulation.
Goldman Sachs says financial stocks have the 'highest positive correlation' with rising interest rates and inflation.
James Gorman shares his views on the markets and Trump in an exclusive interview Thursday on CNBC's "Squawk Box."
Deutsche Bank CEO John Cryan shares his views on the bank's future strategy in an exclusive interview Wednesday for CNBC PRO subscribers.
Brian Moynihan shares his views on the company's stock rally and rising interest rates in an exclusive interview Tuesday on CNBC's "Squawk Box."
Steven Eisman shares his market views in an interview on CNBC's "Squawk Box."
Bill Nygren, portfolio manager of the Oakmark Fund, shares his favorite stock ideas and investment strategy in an interview with CNBC's Scott Wapner.
AIG sold a chunk of its stake in China's PICC for $1.25 billion, joining other big financial companies in stepping away from holdings on the mainland.