A judge denied Credit Suisse's proposal to dismiss a lawsuit accusing the banking giant of fraud in selling mortgage-backed securities. USA Today reports.» Read More
The second round of the "Fast Money Madness" continues with match-ups between big-name financials.
Maybe Europe is sick. But why should you suffer?
The Supreme Court is about to consider gay marriage, but major US corporations have, in their own way, already decided it's OK.
Global markets took a roller-coaster ride after a European official's comments sparked fear that the new normal in Europe will be hitting up a bank's own customers in a bailout.
The run in big bank stocks may not be over, say Wall Street analysts. And many are particularly positive on BofA and Citigroup this year.
The Justice Department is in advanced stages of an investigation into whether former JPMorgan traders tried to hide losses from the infamous "whale" trade.
California Pizza Kitchen, the chain that brought you Brussels sprouts and bacon pizza, is now getting creative with its beverage menu.
Stocks closed higher Friday, rebounding from their biggest drop in nearly a month, as worries over Cyprus diminished and following a batch of upbeat earnings reports.
Recent statements from the Office of Comptroller of the Currency seem to indicate that JPMorgan might not be alone.
Banks have provisions that allow acceleration of payments owed to senior executives if they take government jobs, NYT reports.
The "London Whale" risky trades involving JPMorgan is not going to spell the end of big American banks, according to Paul Volcker, former chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve.
"Fast Money Madness" Round 1 continues, with "Fast Money" Twitter followers providing another tiebreaker.
In a secret regulatory action, the Office of Comptroller of the Currency knocked its rating of JPMorgan's management down a notch.
Global markets rebound: mainland China up 2.6 percent (biggest jump in two months); European equities are up; and European bond yields are dropping in Italy. The European Central Bank and the euro zone have not blinked on Cyprus.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
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JPMorgan Chase has reached a $546 million settlement with the trustee liquidating the failed broker-dealer unit of MF Global, a court filing showed, an amount that will help repay the brokerage's customers.
U.S. mortgage finance company Freddie Mac is suing more than a dozen banks for losses from the alleged manipulation of the benchmark interest rate known as Libor.
The big U.S. banks are well insulated from the problems in Cyprus, analyst Jason Goldberg told CNBC.
"The government is now making a new attempt to cripple the banks," one analyst said.