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JPMorgan recently loosened its dress code by allowing employees to dress in business-casual attire when appropriate.
Matt Damon excoriated Donald Trump, banks and gave a thinly veiled endorsement to Mass. senator Elizabeth Warren.
Don't write off a Fed rate hike just yet, Charles Schwab's Jeffrey Kleintop says.
All that hawkish Fed talk in recent weeks, as well as the market's knee-jerk reaction, seemed kind of silly after Friday's dismal jobs report.
The economic data has been poor this morning, though the market reaction has been fairly muted.
Risks may force the Federal Reserve to wait to raise interest rates, Fed Governor Lael Brainard said Friday.
Wall Street banks stocks slammed in a down day for stocks, as investors reconsider when the FOMC will raise rates.
May's jobs report is likely an anomaly, but it wipes out any chance the Fed will raise interest rates this month, Jan Hatzius says.
Weak jobs report spoils the Fed's plan for a June rate hike, and could even signal that negative rates are coming, says Ron Insana.
The "Fast Money" traders deliver their first trades for Friday.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Citigroup CEO Mike Corbat indicated that the company's second-quarter net income will be roughly 25 percent lower than the same period a year earlier.
After a tough first quarter, M&A activity is picking up again, said Goldman's John Waldron.
Couche-Tard and Seven & I Holdings have submitted indicative offers to acquire CST Brands, people familiar with the matter said.
An payment network launched by big banks is processing billions of dollars in cash transfers that once went to financial technology companies.
The JPMorgan Chase CEO says "someone is going to get hurt" as auto financing roars.
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