Journal of Scientific Reports suggest that high-frequency traders who trust their gut were made more profitable trade, reports NYT.
The “Fast Money” traders share their takes on the banking sector amid pressure surrounding Wells Fargo and Deutsche Bank.
Stocks closed lower as investors digested key inflation data and looked ahead to next week's Federal Reserve meeting.
The Colin Powell hack, which may have been conducted by group with ties to Russia, makes everyone vulnerable, The New York Times reports.
Laurence D. Fink, the leader and founder of BlackRock, the world’s largest asset manager, has a comeback, according to NYT.
Since Occupy Wall Street began five years ago, the S&P 500 is up almost 80 percent. Some investors say that’s not entirely a coincidence.
The firm turns bearish on bonds, lowering the asset class to an 'underweight' rating.
Goldman Sachs' asset allocation strategy team has turned bearish on the near-term outlook for bonds.
FRANKFURT, Germany— Shares in Deutsche Bank AG plunged Friday after the revelation that the U.S. Department of Justice has proposed the bank pay $14 billion to settle civil claims over its handing of residential mortgage-backed securities. Deutsche's shares were down 8.1 percent at 12.04 euros in afternoon trading in Europe. German Finance Ministry...
Deutsche Bank AG said Friday it does not intend to pay $14 billion to settle civil claims with the U.S. Department of Justice for its handling of residential mortgage-backed securities and related transactions. The bank confirmed in a statement that the Justice Department had proposed a settlement of $14 billion and asked the German bank to make a counter...
Lawrence Summers, Harvard University Chairman Emeritus, discusses why he thinks new laws haven't made big banks safer.
Larry Summers, Harvard University Chairman Emeritus, discusses why he thinks banks are no safer now versus during a financial crisis.
U.S. stocks closed sharply lower Tuesday, lead by energy, as investors digested a spike in volatility and falling oil prices.
The firm sees a lack of clear indication that the Fed will tighten policy this month.
U.S. stocks closed sharply higher on Monday after a key Federal Reserve official advised "prudence" with regards to interest rates.
Goldman Sachs predicts the stock market will tread water in coming months, advising clients to hold on to dividend-paying strategies.
Reflecting on 9/11, the ripple effects and signs of new life downtown 15 years later.
Goldman Sachs predicts the market could end the year on a sour note, advising clients to instead focus on a strategy that's paid off in the past.
The rules would prohibit banks from buying and selling commodities and would require them to disclose what’s left of their equity operations.
With markets hovering at new highs, here's why traders are growing desperate.