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David Darst, Independent Investment Consultant, discusses his market theme of the week: F.R.A.N.C.E.
The "Fast Money Halftime Report" traders discuss JPMorgan's big earnings with Mike Mayo, CLSA Bank analyst, and Anton Schutz of RMB Mendon Financial Funds.
CNBC's Diana Olick and Sarah Edelman discuss whether private equity companies are doing right by homeowners when they buy troubled loans.
The Fed should not be in any hurry to raise rates because inflation is low and the economy is still short of full employment, a top Fed official said.
Senior U.S. Department of Justice officials overruled internal recommendations to prosecute HSBC for money-laundering violations because of concerns about the stability of the financial system, according to a congressional report.
Brexit has reduced the likelihood of another Fed rate hike, and that means U.S. banks will face continued pressure, Sheila Bair says.
Anthony Chan, Chase Chief Economist, discusses the major stimuli of the rally in Japan and why he believes it will continue.
Sheila Bair, Washington College President and Former chair of the FDIC, discusses the impact she thinks Brexit could have on U.S. banks and whether any type of rescue measure will be needed for European banks.
In this week's Trader Poll, tell us which banks look worst positioned going into the earnings season.
JPMorgan could be forced to move thousands of staff out of Britain if the country loses its automatic right to sell financial services to the EU.
Lorenzo Codogno, Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance Director General and Former Chief Economist, discusses his prediction on a banking crisis in Italy due to the implications of a Brexit.
Mohamed El-Erian, Allianz chief economic adviser, discusses his warning on European banks.
Italy's fragile economy is back in focus this week, amid controversy over whether the country may be prepared to bypass European banking regulations.
CNBC's Bob Pisani is on the floor at the NYSE with what's moving markets this morning.
The Bank of England announced a new measure on Tuesday to soften the financial fallout from the U.K.'s vote to leave the European Union last month.
The ECB has asked Italy's third-largest lender, Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena, to slash its bad debts by 40 percent over three years.
Delinquencies in subprime auto loans are on the rise, and that could signal bad news for lenders and automakers.
Herbalife shareholder Bill Stiritz tells CNBC he still believes in the Herbalife business.
Wall Street banks get a lift from Janet Yellen's comments as the market begins to price in a near-term rate hike.