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Start-ups have been given an opportunity with borrowers who have poor credit thanks to federal rules.
The JPMorgan Chase CEO says "someone is going to get hurt" as auto financing roars.
The bank's need for reserves to offset losses on oil and gas companies could rise in 2016, executives warn.
The bank has redefined itself in the wake of the global financial crisis, and Goldman Sachs feels fine.
Strengthening lending and inflation in the U.K. may mean the Bank of England raises rates sooner than expected — possibly even this year.
A Treasury Department report highlights opaque creditworthiness standards.
Fees to companies to originate loans vary widely and have drawn regulators' attention.
Fintech companies are hit hard as online lending crimps in volatile markets.
Despite concerns about the safety of U.S. banks, they're the strongest they've been in decades, storied bank analyst Richard Bove said.
Fitch is out with a new report on subprime loans. CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the details and Rick Santelli looks at lending and the consumer.
Insight to the declines in bank stocks this week, and his recommendation in the subprime space, with Eric Wasserstrom, Guggenheim Partners managing director and senior financials analyst.
Tim Russi, Ally Financial, weighs in on the health of auto financing after a recent jump in subprime loans.
AutoNation's CEO says he's not worried about subprime car loans even though Wells Fargo said it would cap lending to borrowers with low credit scores.
Brad Friedlander, Angel Oak Multi-Strategy Income fund, Angel Oak Capital, talks about subprime loans making a comeback.
CNBC.com Finance Editor Jeff Cox breaks down what the term 'shadow banking' means and how the $75 trillion industry is poised for a big year.
"You really need to shop for the loan before you shop for the car," one consumer advocate says.
A DC Federal Judge dismissed investor lawsuits related to Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac profits. CNBC's Kate Kelly says the ruling is a major potential blow to smart money involved.
Some investors are warning a wave of auto loan defaults could lay ahead, reports CNBC's Kate Kelly.
The long-anticipated settlement is expected to consist of a penalty of $9.6 billion and a package of consumer-relief measures valued at $7 billion.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau says subprime auto loans surged in Q2, according to Experian.