Investors are about to see a very strong earnings season, says one strategist, who gives his take on what to expect.
Mike Mayo, independent bank analyst, shares his outlook on financials.
Kevin O'Leary, O'Shares ETFs chairman, shares his bearish outlook on financials.
Dick Bove tells CNBC that investors should get out of bank stocks.
Bank analyst Mike Mayo outlines what he plans to ask Citi management at the company's annual stockholders' meeting on April 25th.
Richard Bove, Rafferty Capital, provides his expectations on first quarter results from big banks.
The "Fast Money" traders share their final trades of the day including Citigroup, Whole Foods Market and more.
As quarterly earnings season kicks into gear this week, no sector will be more important than banks.
Why are so many CEOs and investors still seemingly bullish about a Trumpian economy? The answer they consistently provide: regulations.
With bank earnings just around the corner, one trader sees trouble in the charts for financials.
Soaring investor demand led Brazil's No. 3 airline, Azul, to boost the size of the deal by almost one-fifth.
Traders are expecting even more volatility for the financials as bank earnings begin to roll out later this week.
Morgan Stanley shareholders will vote on a proposal from the AFL-CIO union that would prohibit stock awards from vesting for executives who resign for government service.
Welcome back to the week ahead on Wall Street and a look at what investors need to know for the next five days.
Jim Cramer unveiled why he disagrees with Wall Street on Coke’s next move.
Jim Cramer says mortgage applications could be the most telltale economic data to come out of next week.
It's make or break time for the banks. Should you fade financials? With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.
The four days before the long Easter weekend can sometimes be dullsville for markets—but don't expect that to be the case this year.
Jeffrey Harte, Sandler O’Neill principal, and CNBC contributor Ron Insana, weigh in on financials as yields continue to fall.
White House economic adviser Gary Cohn said he supports a policy that could revamp Wall Street's biggest firms.