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  • Kashkari: Dodd-Frank has done some good, but contagion risks remain

    Neel Kashkari, Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis President & CEO, discusses his position on breaking up the banks. Kashkari saying that now is the time to reflect on what we learned since the financial crisis of 2009.

  • What factors could rock emerging markets

    Daniel Morris, senior investment strategist at BNP Paribas, says it would be a bit “premature” to think the trouble has finished when it comes to performance in emerging markets.

  • With banks set to be the worst performing sector in Europe for 2016 Q1, Simon Willis, head of research at Daniel Stewart, discusses what’s driving activity in the sector.

  • A worker at a branch of ICBC counts money as she serves a customer.

    Private investors should steer clear of China's mammoth banks, whose precarious state pose a risk to the world economy, an asset manager specializing in Asia told CNBC on Wednesday.

  • March 23- The former chief executive of TierOne Bank, a publicly traded Nebraska lender that failed in June 2010, was sentenced on Wednesday to 11 years in prison for fraudulently concealing loan and real estate losses during and after the financial crisis. District Judge John Gerrard in Lincoln, Nebraska to pay a $1.2 million fine, the U.S. Department of Justice...

  • Credit Suisse steps up restructuring measures

    Credit Suisse is to cut a further 2,000 jobs. Chris Wheeler, banks analyst at Atlantic Equities, discusses what the bank’s strategy and challenges could be.

  • Trading Nation: Bank stocks bounce back

    Christopher Verrone of Strategas Research Partners and Gina Sanchez of Chantico Global discuss the financials market with Brian Sullivan.

  • Finding value in UK challenger banks

    Ian Gordon, head of banks research at Investec Securities, says Aldermore is more of a diverse play, which is why it’s his top pick within the U.K. challenger banks space.

  • TOKYO, March 11- Japanese banks have expressed concern that the Bank of Japan's negative interest rate policy is hurting their earnings, which could lead them to charge higher fees on corporate accounts, according to a presentation by the Cabinet Office. However, companies welcomed negative rates because these have lowered borrowing costs, and some companies...

  • Expect a deposit rate cut: S&P’s Kraemer

    Moritz Kraemer, chief sovereign ratings officer at Standard & Poor's, gives his verdict on what to expect at Thursday’s ECB meeting, saying a tiered deposit rate cut isn’t effective.

  • NEW YORK, March 9- Depositors at some of the largest U.S. banks are finally going to get the chance to do something quick and simple: send money to another person's account instantaneously by mobile phone. The idea has been in the works for at least five years, and in the meantime, Silicon Valley has made incursions into the industry's role as a payment intermediary.

  • Expect 20BP cut in ECB deposit rate: Jefferies

    Jefferies chief European economist, David Owen, outlines what the investment banking firm expects from the European Central Bank’s upcoming monetary policy meeting.

  • NEW YORK, March 9- Depositors at some of the largest U.S. banks are finally going to get the chance to do something quick and simple: send money to another person's account instantaneously by mobile phone. The idea has been in the works for at least five years, and in the meantime, Silicon Valley has made incursions into the industry's role as a payment intermediary.

  • Signs of strength in financials

    CNBC's Dominic Chu looks at analyst target prices for S&P 500 financial companies.

  • Pro: Local banks' energy risk is 'bank destroying'

    Discussing the banking sector and how energy risks are weighing on then with Anton Schutz, of Mendon Capital and Burnham Asset Management.

  • James Bullard

    The nation's megabanks need to be split up like the old AT&T monopoly in order to foster innovation, St. Louis Fed President Jim Bullard tells CNBC.

  • Feb 24- A group of regional and middle market U.S. banks have created their own lobbying organization, as they seek to differentiate themselves from major Wall Street firms. Regional banks, which typically cater to the needs of mid-sized businesses and local families, serve a different purpose than their Wall Street counterparts. "Deep roots and knowledge of...

  • NEW YORK, Feb 19- William Dudley has been reappointed as president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, as expected, giving him another five years as one of the U.S. central bank's most influential policymakers. Members of the New York Fed's board who are not affiliated with private banks voted to reappoint Dudley to a term beginning March 1.

  • Treasury, urged Congress to consider "bold, transformational" rules including the breaking up of the nation's largest banks to avoid bailouts. "Now is the right time for Congress to consider going further than Dodd-Frank with bold, transformational solutions to solve this problem once and for all," Kashkari said, arguing that the biggest banks are still too big to...

  • HSBC’s choice risks pleasing nobody: Larsen

    Reuters Breakingviews Asia editor, Peter Thal Larsen weighs in on HSBC’s decision to keep its headquarters in the U.K.