James Paulsen, Wells Capital Management, and David Blitzer, S&P 500 Index Committee chairman, share their thoughts on where stocks are likely headed from here. I think we are going to spend the year with a flat market and rising earnings, predicts Paulsen.» Read More
Regulators and investors seem to disagree with recent calls for the ouster of the head of JPMorgan over the bank’s expensive legal troubles.
"Obviously we have the resources to pay our bill, but we don't have the political will to do so," Dick Kovacevich says.
Gerard Cassidy, RBC Capital Markets analyst, weighs in on what he is expecting to see in the financial sector this week as refinancing activity weakens and interest rates rise.
Legal woes weighed on JPMorgan earnings, while mortgage concerns hit Wells Fargo. The "Fast Money" traders take their positions on bank earnings.
Institutional Investor rated Matt O'Connor of Deutsche Bank the "top U.S. banking analyst." O'Connor shares his top picks in banks right now.
Digging into JPMorgan's legal headache and the core business of Wells Fargo, with CNBC's Kayla Tausche, and Neil Weinberg, American Banker editor-in-chief.
Despite posting its first quarterly loss under CEO Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan made a profit that beat the Street's expectations. CNBC's Kayla Tausche digs into JPMorgan and Well Fargo's earnings data.
Wells Fargo reported third quarter earnings that hit a record, the bank said on Friday, surpassing Wall Street's estimates.
Beth Mooney, CEO, KeyCorp, discusses the importance of American Banker honoring the most powerful women in banking. She says the biggest challenges are finding new revenues and bringing down costs. There's no tail wind in this economy, she says.
JPMorgan earnings beat expectations, while revenue was in line with the Street's expectations, reports CNBC's Becky Quick.
Eric Wasserstrom, Managing Director, Analyst, SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, looks ahead to JPMorgan and Wells Fargo earnings.
JPMorgan Chase swung to a loss in the third quarter, as a raft of legal and regulatory problems forced the U.S.'s largest bank to pay more than $9 billion in charges.
Howard Chen, Credit Suisse analyst, shares insight into the upcoming earnings season, and focuses in on Morgan Stanley.
Top bankers warned lawmakers that paying interest on debt before obligations such as Social Security would pose severe risks to markets.
The "Fast Money" traders discuss whether investors should buy the dip in financials.
For those who have forgotten the pain the market felt just two years ago, following is a list of companies who were badly hurt during summer 2011.
I think the reason we are here is because Speaker Boehner went to "plan B," says Alan Krueger, former Council of Economic Advisers chairman, sharing his thought on the gridlock in Washington. And Barry Knapp, Barclays, explains how polls, not markets, will likely be the catalyst to bring both parties to the bargaining table.
Airbus' first jet order from Japan Airlines, worth some $9.5 billion, marks the company's entrance into a market dominated by Boeing.
Most doubt it will happen, but banks are already gearing up for how to handle any US Treasuries tainted by missed payments.
Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway chairman and CEO, and former Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson share their views on the government shutdown and the chances of default.
The CEO of one of Greece's largest banks told CNBC the country's banks would soon be the best capitalized in Europe.
Anthimos Thomopoulos, CEO of Piraeus Bank, says non-performing loans will peak this year as recovery in the Greek economy takes place.
CNBC's Julia Chatterley reports on the future of the banking union in the European Union as finance ministers from across the bloc attempt to reach a compromise with members of European Parliament on how to wind down failing banks.