The EU should thoroughly investigate the case of the debt swaps involving Greece and Goldman Sachs, as these types of operations are destabilizing financial markets, economist Simon Johnson told CNBC.com.
Financials surged on Tuesday despite concerns that some American banks may have exposure to the debt crisis in Greece. What must you know?
With the euro appearing to stabilize on Tuesday, should you bet conditions in Europe are starting to even out. Or is this the calm before the storm?
Tactics like the ones that fostered subprime mortgages in America have worsened the financial crisis shaking Greece and undermining the euro, reports the New York Times.
Goldman Sachs says Marc Spilker, co-head of the firm's Investment Management Division, is retiring from the firm.
When it comes to short term action, one group that is falling flat is the financials? How come bank stocks are duds while much of the market pops?
An ex-Goldman Sachs programmer was charged on Thursday for stealing propriety computer codes used to support his former employer's high-frequency trading system.
As of this morning, nearly 75% of the S&P 500 companies have reported earnings. Here's a look at which companies have had the biggest surprises so far...
The list of the biggest earners in finance usually reads like a Who’s Who of Wall Street. But these days, it reads more like a Who’s That? The New York Times explains.
The world’s two superpowers have been leaning on stocks, but today Wall Street finally got a breather.
Markets will stay fixated Wednesday on Europe's efforts to solve the credit problems of its weakest members.
The confusion is palpable on the Street as investors grapple with conflicting signals about this bull market.
According to a German government spokesperson reports of aid for Greece are unfounded. If there’s no bailout in the works, how should you be trading?
Stocks rose on Tuesday amid some positive earnings news and despite Greece bailout talks. So is the correction over? Peter Sorrentino, senior portfolio manager at Huntington Asset Advisors, shared his views.
Bankers went on the record in the paper of record this week to express their displeasure with the anti-Wall Street rhetoric emanating from the president and Democrats in Congress.
Is the rally just recharging or are we about to lose our shirts again?
Plus, get calls on high-end retail, the banks and more.
Just two years after Mr. Obama helped his party pull in record Wall Street contributions — $89 million from the securities and investment business, according to the nonpartisan Center for Responsive Politics — some of his biggest supporters, like Mr. Dimon, have become the industry’s chief lobbyists against his regulatory agenda.
Former Merrrill CEO John Thain arrives at CIT as its new CEO, getting a chance to start over at a humbler institution.
Billions of dollars were at stake when 21 executives of Goldman Sachs and the American International Group convened a conference call on Jan. 28, 2008, to try to resolve a rancorous dispute that had been escalating for months.