China's foreign reserves fell for a third straight month in January, as the central bank dumped dollars to defend the yuan and prevent an increase in capital outflows.» Read More
Major employers plan to recruit around 1,200 extra U.K. graduates this year, sending recruitment to a seven-year high, according to a report.
Global bank regulators agreed to ease the way a new rule, meant to rein in risk, is compiled to try to avoid crimping the world's economy.
William Isaac, FTI Consulting Global explains why it isn't economically smart for the banks to fight the government. Josh Roshner, Graham Fisher and Company, weighs in.
Financials significantly outperformed the S&P last year while technology lagged. CNBC's Seema Mody and Dominic Chu debate which sector is the better bet in 2014.
Bank of America has detailed how it intends to improve working conditions for its junior bankers after one of its summer interns died.
FMHR trader Pete Najarian thinks Intel is headed higher on earnings, and Mike Murphy talks about what he doesn't like about financials.
Apollo Global Management has completed fundraising for its latest private equity fund, amassing $17.5 billion from investors.
The U.S. Justice Department plans additional enforcement actions against banks that do not have enough safeguards against money laundering.
Wall Street could pay nearly $50 billion to buy peace from federal authorities, according to interviews and a confidential analysis, the NYT reports.
Oliver Pursche, Gary Goldberg Financial Services president, discusses today's market lag and the stock markets anticipation of earnings and top line revenue.
BlackRock agreed to end its analyst survey program worldwide, as part of an agreement reached Wednesday with the New York Attorney General's office.
After two years of stellar gains for global investment banks, JPMorgan has announced its top picks for the sector in the coming year.
Dutch insurance and banking group ING is on track for its planned initial public offering, the group's chief financial officer told CNBC.
Analysts boosted the bank in the wake of announcements that it will pay more than $2 billion to settle investigations related to Bernie Madoff.
E-Trade's system crashed Wednesday, leaving furious clients unable to execute trades just ahead of a market-moving indicator.
Regulators are probing whether several big banks deliberately mispriced mortgage bonds in the years following the financial crisis, the WSJ reported.
Kenny Polcari, O'Neil Securities director, discusses the markets lag to being the new year and the events that lead to today's market rally.
CNBC's Scott Cohn reports on the settlement between U.S. authorities and JPMorgan Chase over its alleged role in Bernard Madoff's Ponzi scheme.
The Fed will likely phase out its massive bond-buying stimulus this year if the U.S. economic recovery strengthens as expected, a top Fed official said.
CNBC's Bob Pisani looks at what sectors are moving the markets this morning. Materials and energy lags, while financials continue to outperform.
China's foreign reserves fell for a third straight month in January, as the central bank dumped dollars to defend the yuan.
European banking stocks have tumbled amid concerns over market volatility, but some experts believe the selling is overdone.
Marcus Ashworth, chief markets strategist at Haitong Securities, says there is reason to be petrified of the banking sector.