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  • Governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney.

    The stunning move in Treasury yields to record lows signals panic and fear, but it's not necessarily coming from the United States.

  • New York Stock Exchange

    Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.

  • Stocks to Watch: June 30, 2016
    Stocks to Watch: June 30, 2016

    Bank of America, Netflix and Intel are among the stocks making waves this Thursday morning.

  • Stress test

    Thirty U.S. banks pass regulatory exams; objections to European banks' U.S. units could be viewed as "serious" by investors.

  • Wad of cash, 100 dollar bills, money

    Wall Street banks mostly fared well in the annual regulatory exams, which will benefit shareholders next.

  • No domestic banks failing is good news: Pro
    No domestic banks failing is good news: Pro

    Discussing the Federal Reserve stress test results with Jeffery Harte, Sandler O'Neill, and Anton Schutz, Mendon Capital.

  • The Fed rejected the plans put forward by the U.S. businesses of two European banks, Germany's Deutsche Bank and Spain's Santander. It was the third straight year that the Fed rejected the plan of Santander, which is one of the biggest banks in Europe, and the second straight rejection for Deutsche Bank. They include JPMorgan Chase& Co., Bank of America Corp.,...

  • US banks not out of the woods yet: Pro
    US banks not out of the woods yet: Pro

    Joo-Yung Lee, Fitch Ratings MD & Head of North American Financial Institutions, discusses the potential for restructuring costs and challenged earnings for U.S. banks ahead.

  • Major banks expected to pass Fed
    Major banks expected to pass Fed

    CNBC's Kayla Tausche provides a preview of the Federal Reserve stress tests.

  • High court to hear Miami loan discrimination case

    WASHINGTON— The Supreme Court will consider whether the city of Miami can sue major banks over allegations they engaged in a decade-long pattern of discriminatory lending practices that harmed the city. The justice said Tuesday they will hear appeals from Wells Fargo and Bank of America arguing that the city is not authorized to sue under the Fair Housing Act.

  • High court will hear appeal over high ATM fees

    WASHINGTON— The Supreme Court will hear an appeal from Visa and MasterCard seeking to throw out a lawsuit accusing the credit card companies of illegally fixing ATM prices. The justices on Tuesday agreed to review an appeals court ruling that said the antitrust case against the companies and three major banks could go forward. A group of consumers and...

  • Timothy Walbert, Horizon Pharma chairman & CEO, speaks to CNBC during an interview on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange July 20, 2015.

    Horizon Pharma has hired Bank of America to help it explore selling a significant equity stake to an investor that would bolster its balance sheet.

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    Four-Star Fund Manager Finds Value Amid Sell-Off

    Top Manager Manager Finds Value Amid Sell-Off

  • Big banks 10%-15% EPS downside next 2 yrs: Analyst

    Mike Mayo, CLSA Research analyst & managing director, shares his analysis on the pain in the banks after the United Kingdom voted to leave to European Union.

  • Robot fighter

    Wall Street is launching stand-alone financial advice services as smaller competitors target a key business.

  • NEW YORK— Britain's vote to leave the European Union last week sent shudders through financial markets, and understandably so. An estimated $2.08 trillion worth of wealth evaporated Friday from Hong Kong to London to New York as a result of the British vote. There are fears company investments in Britain and the EU will be put on hold, dampening those already...

  • Banks have already begun to take action to shift operations out of the UK, the Financial Times reports.

  • Bove: US banks in phenomenally strong position
    Bove: US banks in phenomenally strong position

    Dick Bove, Rafferty Capital, discusses the Brexit effect on the U.S. banking industry.

  • A pedestrian walks past the Wall Street subway station near New York Stock Exchange.

    U.S. banks were getting clobbered after the United Kingdom voted in favor of leaving the European Union in an unprecedented vote.

  • NEW YORK— Stocks are plunging in the U.S. and worldwide Friday after Britain voted to leave the European Union. The result stunned investors, who reacted by rushing to the safety of gold and U.S. government bonds as they wondered what will come next for Britain, Europe and the global economy. U.S. stocks took far smaller losses than markets in Europe and Asia, but were...