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After a marathon meeting, EU finance ministers finally agreed to rules about what to do when a bank collapses.
Fees for mobile banking are set to become the norm. Banks are experimenting with ways to build charges into the apps' features, from deposits to bill paying.
The Federal Reserve may not be raising interest rates in the near term, but it wants to know how well prepared banks will be for higher rates if put to a round of stress tests.
As Taiwan and China develops closer economic ties, the banking sector is one if the major beneficiaries. CNBC's Emily Chan sat down with Victor Kung, president of Fubon Financial to discuss his strategy for China.
A bipartisan group of U.S. senators on Tuesday introduced a bill to abolish Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac and replace them with a government reinsurer of mortgage securities.
As the market comes to grips with higher rates, Cramer said it’s time to think about which stocks may actually benefit from the spike.
Ben Lawsky, New York state's superintendent of financial services, talks with CNBC's Kate Kelly about the financial regulatory landscape, saying, "We want banks to do business, but not funny business."
June has been a brutal month for bonds but particularly in the high-yield space, where issuance has cooled after a record run.
Lee Partridge, Salient Partners, and Mark Okada, Highland Capital, share their top defensive and offensive picks amid market volatility.
Amid a 10 percent S&P rally this year, some of hedge fund Third Point's short holdings have held it back, as even the most beaten-down companies have staged remarkable comebacks.
CNBC's Diana Olick breaks down the impact of rising rates on the housing industry. Why banks are not passing on higher yields to savers, with Kayla Tausche. Interest on savings accounts are not tied to Treasury yields.
Jason Goldberg, Barclays analyst, provides insight on how the jump in the 10-year Note is impacting bank stocks.
Mutual and exchange-traded funds hemorrhaged a record volume of bonds in June, according to a fresh report by TrimTabs Investment Research.
U.S. banks have given a proposal to regulators on how to pay for restructuring in the event of a future crisis, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Swiss bank UBS will surrender its Indian banking license and close its banking unit, covering fixed income, forex operations and credit services, a source with direct knowledge of the matter told Reuters on Saturday.
Europe failed to agree on how to share the cost of bank collapses on Saturday, as Germany resisted attempts by France to water down rules designed to spare taxpayers in future crises.
There may be more trouble on the horizon for the big banks if some regulators get their way with rumored new capital requirements. CNBC's Kayla Tausche, offers insight.
Potential new regulations have the banking sector in retreat, reports CNBC's Kayla Tausche.
Morgan Stanley chief James Gorman tells CNBC that this week's stock drop on Federal Reserve taper talk is an overreaction and investors shouldn't let market fear take over.
Banks have been accused of foreclosing on homeowners because they failed to maintain mortgage paperwork. Now there are signs the same problem hurts mortgage bond investors too.
What is the DOJ planning to do with the money its getting from Bank of America's settlement? Tom Fitton, Judicial Watch President, says some of the money is going to liberal activist groups.
The FHFA wants firms to provide more support to some low-income Americans taking out mortgages and refinancing their home loans.
Common Sense has hired another SocGen exec as it rebuilds after the arrest of its founder and the loss of clients.