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Dimon did a little smack-talking to Wells Fargo about competing globally. But Breakingviews' Jeffrey Goldfarb isn't so sure about that advice.
For this edition of "Access: Middle East," CNBC's Hadley Gamble talks to key business leaders at the CNBC hosted "Red Sea Debate."
Russian oil firms have agreed not to increase oil production this year following a preliminary deal, says Putin.
A U.K. roller coaster is set to reopen just nine months after a crash that seriously injured five people.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
CNBC highlights the markets, currencies and securities that have performed well since the start of the year. Some might surprise you.
Shares of U.K. bank Barclays fell Tuesday after it announced further restructuring, a dividend cut and an 8 percent fall in statutory pre-tax profit.
A Fed official on Tuesday said he sees downside risks to his U.S. economic outlook that could flag a longer pause before the Fed's next rate hike.
Hedge fund managers may have to face some upheaval in their industry this year.
Despite factors that might otherwise suggest a good year for stock pickers, the early returns are not encouraging.
Shares of MetLife were nearly 1 percent lower Monday after it said it would sell its U.S. retail advisor force.
CNBC's Jim Cramer was surprised by Warren Buffett's remarks on IBM.
Blockchain technology has the potential to revolutionize financial transactions but companies will have to overcome several challenges.
Warren Buffett says investing in IBM was the right decision, but it could turn out to be a mistake.
Anshu Jain, the former co-chief executive of Deutsche Bank, is to join SoFi as an adviser, The Financial Times reports.
JPMorgan Chase sacked two employees after they allegedly circumvented the bank's compliance procedures, The Financial TImes reports.
After a strategic review, the bank's board decided that in principle it made strategic sense to get out of the continent, the FT reports.
The job cuts are likely to be higher than the 5 percent who are typically axed annually in investment banking, the Financial Times reports.
While market watchers debate on a dovish or hawkish Fed, former Fed Gov. Frederich Mishkin places the central bank under fire for this.
Short sellers are piling into energy stocks at a rate nearly equal to what banks were seeing during the financial crisis.
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