WASHINGTON, Aug 26- Three regional Federal Reserve banks, whose presidents are among the more hawkish of U.S. central bankers, continued to press for an increase in the Fed's emergency lending rate ahead of last month's policy-setting meeting, according to minutes on Tuesday.» Read More
Andy Xie, Independent Economist, says that China is showing some resolve in reigning in its credit bubble.
Fed Governor Jeremy Stein told economists that financial firms outside of traditional banking are less stable because they rely less on cash deposits.
As Beijing allows local governments to refinance debt by issuing bonds, Viktor Shvets, Head of Strategy Research, Asia at Macquarie, says capital markets are now responsible for solving a banking crisis.
Sharnie Wong, Asia Banks Analyst at Barclays, expects tapering to hit margins of Hong Kong and Singapore banks, so she advises to position defensively in lenders with strong deposit franchises.
According to Barclays, a reduction of the Fed's QE program could start earlier than expected, which could hit profit margins, loan growth and asset quality in Asian lenders. CNBC's Adam Bakhtiar reports.
CNBC's Sri Jegarajah reports on the latest developments from Europe after finance ministers failed to reach an agreement on a banking union. David Mann of Standard Chartered weighs in.
William Rogers, SunTrust Banks chairman & CEO, provides insight into whether the Volcker Rule will impact his regional bank.
Russell Goldsmith, City National Bank chairman & CEO, explains how tapering is a sign the U.S. economy is improving, and weighs in on how the Volcker Rule will likely impact banks.
Nathan Bell, Research Director at Intelligent Investor explains which Australian banks he likes best.
Mike Hirst, Managing Director at Bendigo and Adelaide Bank explains the challenges to growing the lender's top line as the bank holds its annual general meeting (AGM) on Monday.
Jean-Claude Trichet, Former president of the European Central Bank says euro zone officials must decide on a single authority to handle the region's 'bad banks' as soon as possible.
Singapore is widely touted as the Switzerland of the East, and as Peter Sands, Group CEO of Standard Chartered told CNBC, that's why the city-state is one of bank's key markets.
Many of the stocks most loved by the market may be troublesome for investors, Cramer said, and buying now could be a dangerous proposition.
A top litigation lawyer for JPMorgan Chase is leaving the bank as it faces mounting regulatory headaches, lawsuits and investigations, sources tell The Wall Street Journal.
CNBC's Rick Santelli talks with Harris Simmons, chairman and CEO of Zions Bancorp, about the impact of rising interest rates on banks.
The nation's banks are bracing for a new round of cyberattacks. CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports on a message by the Al-Qassam Cyber Fighters.
Tight loan underwriting is about halfway back to the "too liberal" standards before the Great Recession, BB&T Chairman and CEO Kelly King warns on CNBC.
Kelly King, BB&T chairman & CEO, discusses how the yield curve is impacting the mortgage business and weighs in on the commercial and retail banking space.
Gerard Cassidy, RBC Capital Markets lead bank analyst, explains how a jump in interest rates will likely impact bank stocks.
The coal stocks are getting hammered today, reports CNBC's Bertha Coombs. And the trade on Apple's dip below $400, with the FMHR crew. Also Anton Schutz, Mendon Capital Advisors shares his rising rates bank picks.