John Maxfield, senior banking specialist at the Motley Fool, explains why Citigroup emerged as the top bank in the Federal Reserve's latest stress test.
Some banks have more to gain from passing the second leg of the Fed's test than others, CNBC "Fast Money" traders said.
Daniel Wiener, CEO of Adviser Investments, discusses results of the Fed's annual "stress tests", which found that 31 banks have the financial strength to survive a worst-case scenario.
Dan Werner, equity analyst at Morningstar, describes why the Federal Reserve vetoed the U.S. capital plans of Deutsche Bank and Santander.
The Fed objected to capital plans from U.S. units of Deutsche Bank and Santander in the second part of its stress test.
Where Buffett goes, others tend to follow, and bankers predict more U.S. firms will issue bonds in Europe after Berkshire Hathaway's euro bond debut.
Some CNBC "Fast Money" traders said to stick with recent financial outperformers as Fed stress test results emerge.
U.S. conglomerate Berkshire Hathaway has mandated banks for a potential debut euro-denominated bond deal.
There’s so many types of beer to choose from, when it comes to socializing, yet it looks like the long-term trends for beer is falling flat.
A New York banking regulator's probe of Barclays' forex business is holding up a settlement of currency rate-rigging allegations, the FT reports.
U.S. officials are investigating at least 10 major banks for the possible rigging of precious-metals markets, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Land prices in Japan have been falling since its asset bubble burst in the 1990s, but analysts are optimistic as prices finally look set to rise.
US divisions of Deutsche Bank and Santander will likely fail the Fed's stress test over faults in predicting risk and losses, The Journal reported.
Jim Cramer is seeing schizophrenic estimates from oil analysts. Here's the best way to best play the battling oil patch.
Now that Japan's economy is officially out of recession, the Bank of Japan's focus will shift back to inflation, analysts say.
The co-CEO of German financial powerhouse Deutsche Bank tells CNBC that none of the euro zone countries wants Greece to exit the single currency.
Anshu Jain, Deutsche Bank co-CEO, shares his thoughts on increased banking regulations.
Anshu Jain, Deutsche Bank co-CEO, discusses tension between Greece and the euro zone and whether a deal can be reached.
The PBoC's RRR cut is the latest sign of its shift towards more aggressive monetary easing, say economists, who expect more action in the coming months.
Central banks worldwide kept markets on their toes with unexpected policy moves January, and economists say the surprises aren't stopping there.