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Opening arguments began on Tuesday in the trial of Maurice "Hank" Greenberg over accounting fraud at the insurance giant some 16 years ago.
The best route to faster U.S. economic growth is through non-monetary policy approaches such as immigration and tax reform, a top Fed official argued.
A behind-the-scenes look at hedge fund Renaissance Technologies, whose network of affiliated people has given $37 million this election cycle.
Paul Miller, FBR Capital Markets Managing Director & Head of Financial Institutions Research, explains why he disagrees with those like Dick Bove who are downgrading Wells Fargo as well as his views on the whole financial sector.
Fabrizio Viola, the chief executive of troubled Italian bank Monte dei Paschi di Siena , has agreed to quit.
Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan spoke with CNBC about a range of topics, including what higher rates could mean for the financial institution.
Stocks that would do well in the event of a GOP presidential victory are no longer lagging the Clinton stocks as much as they had been.
The ECB should buy up toxic assets seen in peripheral nations like Italy, according to Philippe Bodereau at Pimco.
Trump said that the Fed is keeping interest rates low to prevent an economic downturn and "at some point" the rates must change.
Apart from toxic loans, there is also consolidation, challenger banks, inefficient bankruptcy laws and the upcoming referendum for Italian banks to contend with, says BPM President Nicola Rossi.
The market for non-performing loans is growing and is slowly establishing itself, Nicola Rossi, president of Banca Popolare di Milano, told CNBC on Saturday
Former FDIC Chair Sheila Bair joins Rick Santelli to discuss FDIC funds and money market reform.
Chief Equity Strategist Tobias Levkovich and Chief Equity Strategist at UBS Jeremy Zirin weigh in on earnings, equities, the outlook for 2017 and the Fed.
CNBC's Dominic Chu looks ahead at what's moving markets this morning.
The Fed will likely meet its U.S. inflation and employment goals soon and should consider quicker interest rate rises over time.
Europe needs to see more banking mergers for the sector to be in position to become more profitable, Deutsche Bank Chief Executive John Cryan said.
Stocks may continue pricing in the positives of higher interest rates Tuesday.
Wall Street banks are having trouble attracting talent due to increasing competition in salary and bonuses. Push Patel, Options Group, discusses why tech talent is turning away from banks.
Huma Abedin, a top aide to Hillary Clinton, is separating from husband Anthony Weiner amid a new alleged sexting scandal.
"FMHR" traders Josh Brown, Jim Lebenthal, Jon Najarian and LOOP Capital President Kourtney Gibson discuss value trade picks.
The trickle toward indexes has turned into a flood, with half a trillion heading into passive over the past year.
The billionaire's short positions came in the form of puts on two exchange-traded funds that track broad market indexes.
Jim Stewart, New York Times, weighs in on how President Donald Trump is making corporate outreach a centerpiece of his administration.