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The Fed appears to have gone soft on U.S. banks after the regulator opted to clear every major lender in its latest annual review, according to former Federal Reserve official Carl Tannenbaum.
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The next at least three years are going to be a period of catch up on bank payouts, said Tom Brown. Bill Smead called the news "very exciting."
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Several big banks announced significant increases in their plans to return capital to shareholders.
The financial giant said it has authorized share buybacks of up to $19.4 billion between July 1 and June 30 next year.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves after the bell.
The Fed has ok'd Bank of America's dividend hike, and that clears the way for Berkshire to purchase 700 million common shares.
The Federal Reserve did not object to any of the capital plans of 34 banks it reviewed in an annual test implemented in the wake of the financial crisis.
China will be a major factor in conversations between Trump and South Korea's Moon when they meet later this week and discuss North Korea.
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It's important that the G20 take action to get companies to disclose their risks associated with climate change, says New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer.
Brussels also warned that life as a European civil servant was becoming less attractive, Financial Times reports.
Investors want these big questions answered ahead of the Federal Reserve announcement on banks' capital returns, Financial Times reports.
The Fed's CCAR test results could mark a turning point for the financial stocks, which have lagged all year.
U.S. bond market liquidity may have turned more fragile since the 2007-2009 global credit crisis, according to a New York Federal Reserve blog published Wednesday.
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