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Wells Fargo met earnings expectations, but missed slightly on revenue.
Citigroup reports quarterly earnings and revenue that easily beat analysts' expectations.
JPMorgan Chase's Thursday morning earnings might mean good news for other banks, according to one analyst.
Fully 100 companies have defaulted on debt so far this year, 50 percent more than for the same period in 2015.
This is the first real day of earnings season, and at least today earnings are driving the markets, not the macro picture.
The central bank's decision-making process over the last six or eight months has been "a bit puzzling," former Fed Gov. Kevin Warsh tells CNBC.
The hedge fund industry's storied 2-and-20 fee structure finally may be on its way out.
He said that while it's likely there will come a day where Valeant sells off its non-core assets, Bausch & Lomb will not be one.
The bank's earnings report reveals a new trend for Wall Street, and the continuation of an old theme.
The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for Thursday's market open.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
BlackRock delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that met analysts' expectations on Thursday.
"JPMorgan Chase continued to perform well in all of our major businesses," says CEO Jamie Dimon.
John Kanas discussed JPMorgan's wage hike and the current state of wages for financial institutions.
The problem is that most investors are paying too much for traditional defensive trades.
By paying employees more, Jamie Dimon ensures that JPMorgan is considering value beyond shareholders' needs, says BreakingViews' Jeffrey Goldfarb.
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