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David Pearl, Epoch Investment Partners, and Tony Scherrer, Smead Capital Management, give their views on where investors can still find value in this record-breaking week for stocks.
CNBC PRO highlights the top-performing stocks this week and analyzes whether the good times will continue.
Banks face a host of headwinds in the current low-rate environment, according to FBR's Paul Miller and RBC's Gerard Cassidy.
Jim Sinegal, senior bank analyst at Morningstar, shares his views on the big week for bank earnings, Wells Fargo and more.
Auto debt recently eclipsed the $1 trillion mark but big banks are cranking out more and more auto loans.
Citigroup reports quarterly earnings and revenue that easily beat analysts' expectations.
Chris Kotowski, Oppenheimer, shares three ways to win in bank stocks.
Wells Fargo met earnings expectations, but missed slightly on revenue.
CNBC's Bob Pisani looks ahead at major banks including Citigroup, Wells Fargo and more.
CNBC's Sara Eisen disccuses bank earnings with Paul Miller, FBR Capital Markets, and Gerard Cassidy, RBC Capital Markets banking analyst.
U.S. stock indexes futures traded higher Friday after better-than-expected retail sales.
Wall Street's biggest financials may post better results than expected this earnings season, as banks like JPMorgan Chase attempt to ramp up loans sales.
NEW YORK— Citigroup's earnings fell 17 percent in the second quarter, hurt by weak results in consumer banking as interest rates remain extremely low, making lending less profitable. "These results demonstrate our ability to generate solid earnings in a challenging and volatile environment, again highlighting the resilience of our institution," said...
Wells Fargo on Friday reported second-quarter earnings of $5.56 billion, down from $5.72 billion in the same period a year earlier. On a per share basis, the San Francisco- based bank earned $1.01 per share, down from $1.03 per share a year earlier. Analysts surveyed by FactSet expected $1.01 per share, while 12 analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research were...
Dick Bove, vice president of equity research and financial sector analyst at Rafferty Capital, gives his initial thoughts on JPMorgan’s earnings, and their change of strategy.
Chris Wheeler, US banks analyst at Atlantic Equities, takes a look at JPMorgan’s latest set of earnings, with specific comment on its policy change on mortgages.
JPMorgan's core loan portfolio in the second-quarter increased by $100 billion from a year ago, says The Motley Fool's John Maxfield.
Vining Sparks' Marty Mosby says JPMorgan's strong Q2 earnings suggest an acceleration of consumer growth and are a good sign for the rest of U.S. banks.
JPMorgan has used its excess deposits to increase its loan portfolio, which will drive net interest margins up, says Rafferty Capital's Richard Bove.
JPMorgan saw strong loan growth across the consumer segment as well as commercial real estate lending, says Guggenheim Securities' Eric Wasserstrom.