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Italy is discussing with the European Commission the terms of a state bailout of ailing bank Monte dei Paschi, Italian daily Corriere della Sera reported on Friday.
There's a fire sale in the bond market, and the November jobs report could make it burn even hotter.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell speaks to Martine Rothblatt, CEO of United Therapeutics, about challenges and opportunities facing the U.S. health care industry.
The debate on whether Dodd-Frank should be repealed continues with former CEA chairman Austan Goolsbee weighing in on his opinion.
Terry Haines, Evercore ISI head of political analysis, and David Lebovitz, JPMorgan Asset Management global market strategist, weigh in on tax cuts and market implications that lie ahead under President-elect Donald Trump's administration.
Jason Goldberg, Barclays, discusses banks and regulations, and why the financials are flying so high today.
Paul Mortimer Lee, BNP Paribas and Sameer Samana, Wells Fargo Funds, weigh in on GDP growth, financials, technology stocks and trade.
Allstate said it would buy SquareTrade for about $1.4 billion from a group of shareholders that include Bain Capital.
A former Citigroup financial adviser filed a lawsuit accusing the bank of running a "boys' club" that favored men over women.
Standard Chartered is set to cut about a tenth of its global corporate and institutional banking headcount, sources with direct knowledge of the matter said on Monday.
Investors will get a good look under the hood of the economy in the coming week, but may not be what matters most.
The closely watched strategist says there are more reasons to like stocks since Trump was elected president and fewer reasons to like bonds
The Brexit vote stunned markets in June, and Donald Trump shocked investors in November. The Italians may be next.
Morgan Stanley sees earnings upside of up to 20 percent for banks if the Republicans and Trump can pass their economic agenda.
The ECB is looking for ways to lend out more government debt to avert a freeze in the market that underpins the financial system.
Katie Stockton, BTIG’s Chief Technical Strategist, weighs in on record highs in the markets, currency behavior, industrials and technicals.
Johnson III will become "chairman emeritus," consulting periodically with his daughter, according to an internal memo obtained by CNBC.
Evercore ISI says if the corporate tax rate is cut to 20 percent, it will boost financial industry earnings by 18 percent.
A senior advisor and a chief of staff both trying to run the White House is not functional, former Bush aide Josh Bolten says.
The rotation in the markets was already in the works, the election just needed to be over, Fundstrat's Tom Lee says.
Eric Lonergan, fund manager at M&G, says we’re not in a crisis but the Italian banking system “still needs a lot of cleaning up.”
Barclays UK CEO Ashok Vaswani talks about potential competition from the likes of leading U.S. tech giants in the finance space going forward.
British lender Royal Bank of Scotland is planning to cut 443 jobs dealing with business loans and many of them will move to India, the bank said.