Big banks got a first-quarter surprise: consumer deposits outpace banks' commercial and corporate client account growth.
Stress tests keep getting tougher, and one analyst note cautions of a “new twist” this year.
Moynihan touts commitment to LGBT efforts as transgender bathroom legislation has become an election-year issue in North Carolina.
A trend that favored boutique banks and caused pain on Wall Street may finally be reversing itself.
The FMHR traders discuss the new China opportunities fund from Hayman Capital's Kyle Bass.
Analyst says “transformational change” could be the remedy for Goldman Sachs after a “lost decade.”
Wall Street firms are looking to provide consumers better service at smaller brick-and-mortar outlets with digital help.
It will take senior bank execs longer to get bonuses paid, if one agency gets its way.
Wall Street's next headache could be coming from across an ocean, depending on the Brexit vote.
Sterling may lose one-quarter of its value if the U.K. votes to leave the European Union in its referendum, says the head of a top London hedge fund.
Investment banking is hit hard in the first quarter as deals and IPOs plunge amid volatility.
When you invest in a company for two years or more, you're really investing in a management team, an activist investor told CNBC.
Wall Street banks are seeing profitability slide, and have no choice but to take it out on their own.
Wall Street banks reported ugly quarters for FICC trading desks, which took a beating in a volatile market.
Consumers' shift to digital offerings increases as demand grows for fintech products over banks, an industry survey says.
An Abu Dhabi wealth fund said a June deal to provide financial support to 1MDB had been terminated after the Malaysian fund failed to meet obligations.
Companies with more female or LGBT senior staff outperform those that do not, according to a Credit Suisse report.
Activist investor Bill Ackman has long had an ax to grind against Herbalife. Now, the battle is the subject of a big-screen documentary.
The biggest banks on Wall Street manage their way through a tough quarter by cutting head count.
The Fed is not expected to contribute much in 2016 to banks' margins. Instead, consumer deposits are filling in.