The U.S. dollar inched higher against the yen and was steady to the euro on Thursday after a Federal Reserve statement which.» Read More
U.S. stocks declined sharply for a second session Friday.
First-quarter earnings looked very different for two of Wall Street's biggest banks. For Wells Fargo, the news was good. For JPMorgan, not so much.
Big banks are willing to give up market share in originations to avoid having to service defaulted loans.
Happy Friday. Investor alert: The Morning Six-Pack is not subject to momentum selling.
Companies making headlines Friday.
Wells Fargo reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations on Friday.
U.S. stock index futures were mostly lower Friday, following the release of JPMorgan Chase earnings.
JPMorgan Chase reported a 19 percent decline in first-quarter profit as revenue from securities trading fell.
JPMorgan disappointing earnings reflect a slowing loan portfolio that could forecast trouble ahead, a top banking analyst told CNBC on Friday.
Blythe Masters, who will leave JPMorgan Chase, is under investigation by prosecutors in Manhattan, Bloomberg reported.
Even if the market manages to bounce Friday, "I would be careful here," one technical analyst says.
Activist investor Carl Icahn and eBay chief executive John Donahoe named a banker at JPMorgan Chase, as the one who ended their ugly battle.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon just released his annual shareholder letter and Jim Cramer says it’s a must read!
A change in the executive suite at Zynga is among the headlines after the bell Thursday.
The dollar hit a three-week low on Thursday after minutes from the Federal Reserve's March meeting disappointed dollar bulls.
A herd mentality has investors focused only on top-performing mega-sized mutual funds and ETFs. Believe it or not, that's not always a good thing.
The Fed's drive to wean Wall Street off risky funding sources is expected to bring more pain to the biggest U.S. banks in the coming months.
Jamie Dimon, chief executive of JPMorgan Chase, has warned that customers will face more costly credit or be denied certain financial products as a result of tougher regulation.
Credit and debit card fraud is a multibillion-dollar problem, but putting an exact figure on the cost is not that easy.
S&P 500 earnings are expected to drop for the first time in a year and a half and that will put this market to the test, says NYSE floor trader Kenny Polcari.