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Carlo Messina, CEO at Intesa Sanpaolo, comments on the group's 6 billion euro write-downs and says that the bank, "the strongest" in Europe, should have no problem passing the ECB's stress tests.
Philippe Bodereau, managing director at Pimco, discusses the upcoming ECB stress tests and says that European banks' journey from "denial to realism" is finally underway.
A top U.S. regulator gave a spirited defense of new rules forcing foreign banks to hold more capital in their U.S. units.
Simon Maughan, head of product specialist group at OTAS Technologies, says Italian banks are cheap and could provide good returns in three to four years.
The Fed said it rejected Citi's capital plan over worries about how it would fare in a financial crisis, but not everyone is sure that's the only reason.
It's three strikes, you're out, bank analyst Mike Mayo says of Citigroup CFO John Gerspach, a day after the bank flunked the Fed's "stress test."
Chris Kotowski, Oppenheimer & Co. senior research analyst, and Anna Krayn, Moody's Analytics director, discuss Citigroup's failure to get the Fed's approval to raise dividend payments and increase stock buybacks.
Citigroup is still "too big to fail" now that the Fed rejected its dividend and stock buyback plan, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports on Ally Financial's IPO as the Treasury sells more than half its stake in the company.
The "Squawk on the Street" news team discuss the decision by the Fed to reject the plans of Citigroup to raise dividend payments and increase stock buybacks.
Marty Mosby, Guggenheim Partners analyst, provides perspective on the banking sector after Citigroup failed the Fed's stress test and was barred from raising its dividend and boosting its stock buybacks.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche has the details on the Fed blocking five banks from increasing their dividends or stock buyback programs.
The Fed announced Citi is one of five banks to fail its stress test. Anthony Polini, Raymond James analyst, discusses what the big bank can do now. This seems to be more of a bump in the road for Citi rather than a critical shortfall, says Polini.
As regional tensions with Russia rise, Austrian banks risk being caught in the financial and geopolitical crossfire.
American Express is raising its quarterly dividend by 13 percent to $0.26 per share, reports CNBC's Kayla Tausche. Wells Fargo also increased its dividend to $0.35 per share.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports JPMorgan increased its quarterly dividend to $0.40 per share, and Bank of America is raising its dividend to $0.05 per share.
Bank of America's ex-CEO Kenneth Lewis has settled a lawsuit accusing him of deceiving investors about one of his biggest acquisitions: Merrill Lynch.
Discussing the Fed's objections to Citigroup's capital planning process, and the condition of banks' revenues, with Robert Albertson, Sandler O'Neill & partners, and Moshe Orenbuch, Credit Suisse.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports on announcements from Capital One, PNC Financial and U.S. Bancorp about dividends and buybacks.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports Citigroup responded to the Fed's rejection for a $6.4 buyback and $0.05 quarterly dividend. The stock is down nearly 5 percent after hours.