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The former Federal Reserve chair said there were no signs of extreme movements in the U.S. real estate and financial markets.
The chairman of a U.S. congressional committee subpoenaed Fed documents and communications related to a 2012 leak of information.
European Central Bank head Mario Draghi said that "growth is too low everywhere" in the 19-country euro zone despite a modest recovery.
Market strategist says financials are well positioned.
Deutsche Bank reshuffled its management board late on Wednesday, consolidating restructuring authority under co-Chief Executive Anshu Jain.
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The FMHR traders look for value in the market Friday.
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The U.S. government said health insurers must cover all FDA-approved methods of birth control without co-pays or charges to the patient.
Small-cap stocks like regional banks look appealing as a Federal Reserve rate hike looms, a wealth manager said.
The "Halftime Report" traders give their trades for the second half.
The U.K. central bank kept monetary policy unchanged on Monday, as the stronger-than-expected Conservative electoral victory refocused markets on the possible date of the first interest rate hike.
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Wall Street chieftains, huge investment firms and top bank regulators are warning that the world's bond markets are in danger of breaking down. The NYT reports.
French bank Societe Generale reported a hike in its first-quarter net income thanks to a smaller hit from its struggling Russian unit.
JPMorgan Chase's officials haven't done enough to show what the company is doing right, leading to shareholders disapproval.
U.S. legal authorities said they have the jurisdiction to go after some FIFA officials for corruption charges.
Policymakers must ensure that creditors must be willing to let firms fail in order to restore discipline, a top Fed official said.