Bank of Canada, Bank of Israel, Bank of England… CNBC takes a look at the central banks other than the Fed that may opt for negative interest rates.» Read More
Speaking to CNBC at the Sibos (Swift International Banking Operations Seminar) conference, DBS Group's CEO Piyush Gupta says Asia will be the "battleground for the banking of the future."
ECB Governor Mario Draghi urged Greece to stick to its latest bailout to pave the way for bank recapitalisation and talks on debt relief.
Eamon Javers reports the FBI is already warning consumers that credit cards with chips are still vulnerable to fraud.
BioMed Realty Trust on Thursday announced that it agreed to be acquired by Blackstone in an all-cash deal valued at $8 billion.
Jon Sutton, managing director and CEO of the Bank of Queensland, says a focus on "sustainable growth over the long term" will help BoQ ride out local economic cycles.
Wall Street will get third quarter bank earnings next week. The play on big banks, with John McDonald, Sanford Bernstein managing director & sr. research analyst.
JPMorgan Chase, looking to stem falling revenue in its mortgage business as fewer Americans refinance, is buying loans from smaller lenders.
Greg McBride, chief financial analyst for Bankrate.com, discusses consumers dipping into their home equity for cash again.
Mark Tinker, head of AXA Framlington Asia, discusses news that insurance giant Prudential is considering moving its headquarters to Hong Kong or Singapore from London.
CNBC speaks to Chris Dark, President International and the creator of the first marketplace for working capital, C2FO.
While there is uncertainty surrounding the consequences of a rate hike, Fed tightening will likely be positive for U.S. banks, says Christopher Wheeler, U.S. bank analyst at Atlantic Equities.
After a brutal third quarter for stocks, "Fast Money" traders looked to their best bets ahead, including Facebook and JPMorgan.
With health care, financials and energy sectors all embattled, what should investors expect going into the fourth quarter and 2016?
David Lebovitz, global market strategist at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, says uncertainties over China's economy and the timing of an U.S. interest-rate rise are weighing on markets.
KC Chan, HK Financial Services and Treasury Secretary, says Hong Kong will eventually surpass major financial hubs like London and New York.
Robert Horrocks, CIO & portfolio manager at Matthews Asia, says stock markets in China and Hong Kong still look attractive compared to other markets in the region.
Investors should add these bonds to their portfolio if they believe the Fed will raise rates in December, the CEO of DoubleLine Capital said.
Penny Crosman, American Banker bank technology news editor-in-chief, discusses what new card security technology means for banks and consumers.
St. Louis Fed President James Bullard was against last week's decision by the U.S. Federal Reserve to hold interest rates steady.
JPMorgan Chase third quarter markets revenue is running "about the same as everybody else," CEO Jamie Dimon said on Friday.
With the fundamental economy still strong, negative interest rates aren't in the interest of the economy nor the banking system, says BB&T Chairman and CEO, Kelly King.
The biggest hazard for U.S. banks in 2016 might not be China or energy. It could be Janet Yellen.
David Hilder of Drexel Hamilton sees a buying opportunity in the battered financials.