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If Mario Draghi wants to have a significant market impact after Thursday's ECB meeting, he better not think small.
JPMorgan Chase must live with a clerical mix-up that could cost $1.5 billion, a court ruled on Wednesday.
Canarsie Capital's Owen Li told clients of his hedge fund that he is "truly sorry" for losing virtually all their money.
Rising economic inequality is casting a shadow over the World Economic Forum, a conference dominated by the proverbial 1 percent.
Northern Trust on Wednesday reported fourth-quarter profit of $244 million.
There's more to the story, and it's likely to become a significant headache for his successor.
Fifth Third Bancorp on Wednesday reported fourth-quarter net income of $385 million.
Investors who want certainty about legal costs for financial firms should not buy bank stocks, JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon tells CNBC.
U.S. Bancorp on Wednesday reported fourth-quarter earnings of $1.49 billion.
Davos is teeming with elite investors this week--and it's not just to talk their own book.
Traders won't be content with $500 billion in ECB bond-buying. Some want $1 trillion, or an open-ended QE program.
Standard & Poor's will pay more than $58 million to settle charges of fraudulent misconduct in rating mortgage bonds, the SEC said.
TD Ameritrade on Wednesday reported fiscal first-quarter profit of $211 million.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
UnitedHealth, the largest U.S. health insurer, reported a better-than-expected fourth-quarter profit as premium income rose.
Paul Singer tells CNBC the recent dramatic move in the Swiss franc shows just how exposed most investors are to market risk.
There are several macro issues that are weighing on the markets, Bob Pisani says.
Even as the typical hedge fund drastically underperformed, the business saw its biggest spike in inflows since 2007.
Survey results indicate that the U.S. is first choice for 38 percent, compared to 34 percent for China.
CEO Brian Moynihan tells CNBC Bank of America benefited from the Swiss currency shock that rocked markets even though it "caught everybody by surprise."
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Central banks are in combat mode. On the front lines: Europe, Denmark, Canada, Switzerland, Peru and India.
Some investors believe that declining oil prices are a good thing—for now—with $30 a barrel as the break point.
As some of the most powerful people on the planet meet in Davos, Switzerland, quantitative easing is the hottest topic of the day.