Banks Financials


  • Financials: sell in May and go away?

    CNBC's Susan Li uses Kensho data to look at outperformers in the financial sector.

  • Italian banks must tackle a $341 billion load of non-performing loans, the co-founder of a hedge fund with a base in Milan told CNBC on Tuesday.

  • AmEx: Beyond the numbers

    CNBC's Landon Dowdy takes a look at three things investors should watch for when American Express reports first quarter earnings after the closing bell, including currency headwinds, cost-cutting measures, and loss of partnerships with JetBlue, Fidelity and Costco.

  • Morgan Stanley to pay $3.2B settlement

    Morgan Stanley earnings beat, but profit more than halved as the bank's trading and investment banking businesses took a hit from market volatility.

  • There has been a correction in the market: UBS chair

    Axel Weber, chairman of UBS, shares his outlook for the banking sector.

  • CPI score: 2 Ranked 168 out of 183 countriesGDP per capita: $6,120Since March 2011, youth in Angola have been organizing rallies protesting corruption and misrule under President José Eduardo dos Santos, who has been in power for 32 years. Oil production, along with its related activities, makes up about 85 percent of the country’s GDP, yet only two of the eight oil and gas companies operating in Angola disclose royalties to governments, according to Transparency International’s report on No for

    Portugal’s finance minister denied Angola controlled too much of his country’s banking sector, but said the economic straits of the former colony were a worry.

  • Financials in the spotlight

    CNBC's Wilfred Frost looks at Citigroup earnings and cost cutting leading to possible job losses at Goldman Sachs and other banks. The FMHR traders weigh in on the financial sector.

  • Citi passes living wills test, posts earnings beat

    CNBC's Wilfred Frost reports the highlights from Citigroup's Q1 earnings beat, including equities and fix interest only down 13 percent, compared to investment banking down 27 percent.

  • Bank stocks set the tone

    Discussing whether energy exposure will hit the banks big, with Chris Whalen, Kroll Bond Rating Agency.

  • The problem with China's financial sector

    Alastair Newton, co-founder & director at Alavan, says there are problems in China's financial sector which must be cleaned out.

  • Most bullish on banks in 20 years: Analyst

    Mike Mayo, CLSA bank analyst, says he is the most bullish on banks he's been in twenty years.

  • A Bank of America customer uses a bank card

    Bank of America reported a slide in profit as concerns about an economic slowdown and uncertainty about the pace of rate increases dampened trading.

  • JPM higher after earnings beat

    Discussing JPMorgan kicking off bank earnings with a beat, and the outlook for retail sales and economic growth activity, with Paul Miller, FBR Capital Markets

  • JPM sets bar high for banks

    Digging into JPMorgan's earnings beat, and what to expect from the banks ahead, with Brennan Hawken, UBS director of equity research. Hawken says the tailwind for the banks is in the short-term rates.

  • Banks have Oct. 1 deadline for next filings

    CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports on some banks' living wills, in which Citigroup was the only bank with no objections.

  • JPM over delivers: Pro

    Discussing JPM's managing of issues with energy prices, and the bank's beat in quarterly earnings, with Marty Mosby, Vining Sparks director of bank and equity strategies.

  • Risks of another selloff: BofA's Bartels

    Mary Ann Bartels, BofA Merrill Lynch, looks to a third quarter contraction in earnings.

  • Are the banks cheap now?

    Anton Schutz, Mendon Capital Advisors President & CIO, talks about whether it's time to buy the banks ahead of big earnings releases this week, and he gives his picks in the sector.

  • Goldman's Kostin: Dollar, oil & financials trouble for markets, earnings

    David Kostin, Goldman Sachs Chief U.S. Equity Strategist, talks about the current state of the markets and the risks for first quarter earnings.

  • Obama and Yellen trade notes

    President Obama and Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen met Monday to discuss Wall Street reform.