Embattled bank announces third-quarter net income hit 278 million euros, which compares favorably to a 6 billion euro loss this time last year. » Read More
Shares of American Express rose 9 percent Thursday after the company posted an earnings beat and raised its guidance.
CNBC's Jim Cramer weighs in on Tesla's latest plans to have a vehicle drive itself from Los Angeles to New York by the end of next year.
FBR lowers its rating for Wells Fargo shares to market perform from outperform.
Pricing on the new 10-year senior holding company bond offering from Wells Fargo has been postponed until Wednesday, sources told IFR.
Natwest has withdrawn its U.K. banking services from state-run broadcaster Russia Today, according to RT's editor-in-chief.
RBS Chairman Howard Davies is concerned that customer trust will be hit on the back of ongoing investigations into alleged misconduct that dates back to the financial crash of 2008.
Erin Gibbs, S&P Global, and Larry McDonald, ACG Analytics, discuss the earnings beats from large banking names with Brian Sullivan.
A UK court has ruled in favour of Goldman Sachs in a $1.2 billion dispute with Libya's $67 billion sovereign wealth fund over nine disputed trades.
The bank topped analysts' forecasts in its first earnings report since its phony accounts scandal, but the firm revealed that its consumer business may be taking a hit.
Deutsche Bank's finance chief told staff last month that job cuts at the bank could be double that planned, a source told Reuters.
The bank posted earnings of $1.03 a share, versus the estimated $1.01 a share.
RBS has denied trying to profit from deliberately causing the failure of businesses during and after the financial crisis.
The Fed should engineer monetary policy to spur inflation to rise above its two-percent target, the Chicago Fed President said on Tuesday.
Bill Nygren, portfolio manager of the Oakmark Fund, shares his favorite stock ideas and investment strategy in an interview with CNBC's Scott Wapner.
Shares of Deutsche Bank were back in the red on Monday morning, after the embattled lender failed to announce a much-anticipated reduced settlement.
A person, not a machine, was probably ultimately the cause of the short-lived flash crash in the pound sterling.
Deutsche Bank's settlement with the DOJ is unlikely to be the original $14 billion sum requested by the DOJ, says Rafferty Capital's Dick Bove.
Jim Cramer shares the signals he sees that sleepy sectors are finally waking up, and could be ready to fly higher.
The Fed Chair has sent minds reeling again with a relatively new addition to the monetary policy lexicon.