Discussing Seattle's decision to divest funds from Wells Fargo due to the bank's investment in the Dakota Access Pipeline with Debora Juarez, Seattle City Council member, and Christopher Whalen, Kroll Bond Rating Agency.
Traders may want to think twice before backing out of the reflation trade right now.
According to Dow Jones, Wells Fargo's board is likely to eliminate 2016 bonuses for the bank's top executives, including CEO & CFO. CNBC's Wilfred Frost reports.
CNBC's Sue Herera reports the latest headlines including Senate Democrats in another all-night debate over the nomination of Jeff Sessions to be attorney general.
The Seattle City Council voted to cut ties with the banking giant over its role as a lender to the Dakota Access pipeline project.
The Seattle City Council on Tuesday voted to cut ties with Wells Fargo over its role as a lender to the Dakota Access pipeline project.
The so-called "golden parachutes" are more common retirement bonuses than most people think, Vox reports.
Bank stocks ended the week on a high note, and could see further upside.
The "Fast Money" traders discuss whether the Trump rally is back on, as the Dow reaches its highest level of 2017.
Bank stocks had a good day Friday.
Tom Lee, head of research at Fundstrat Global Advisors, advised clients to get behind financial stocks.
The earnings boosts fueled by tax cuts may not be quite as great as everyone had hoped.
The Fed is staying as flexible as possible by maintaining a more dovish tone than the markets expected.
The finance world delivered a muted response to Trump's temporary ban on immigration. The New York Times reports.
Jeffery Harte, Sandler O'Neill, and Dick Bove, Rafferty Capital VP, weigh in on financials as President Trump aims for more deregulation and the repeal of Dodd-Frank.
Goldman Sachs says investors might be discounting the potential risks due to political uncertainty under President Donald Trump.
Deutsche Bank on Thursday released its favorite financial stocks for the months ahead.
The cost that comes with government lies is greater than you think, says Dustin McKissen.
If Trump is going to tackle financial reform, this should be the first thing he does, says Harvard Law Professor Hal Scott.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.