On CNBC's "Power Lunch," Charlie Bobrinskoy said investors have jumped into the financial sector on hopes of deregulation too fast.
Banks are facing a different regulatory landscape, one that might not be so stringent under President Trump, the chief executive said.
Traders may want to think twice before backing out of the reflation trade right now.
Copper prices look set to rise further if BHP Billiton and Freeport-McMoRan reduce or halt production at the Escondida and Grasberg mines.
The drop in gasoline demand in January was recession-like, but the economy seems OK and experts are having a hard time explaining it.
Lee says Trump's efforts to loosen rules that govern business will create opportunities.
Software company Intuit said it expects significantly lower fiscal second-quarter results.
Shares of Nordstrom initially fell after President Donald Trump said his daughter, Ivanka Trump, had been treated unfairly by the company.
As the Donald Trump train makes its way further along the twisting tracks of Washington, it's finding that the ride can get bumpy.
Gilead said it predicts 2017 hepatitis C drug sales of $7.5 billion to $9 billion, lower than the $12 billion Wall Street had expected.
Goldman Sachs says PNC has one of the largest lending exposures to commercial and industrial clients among regional banks.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Stocks run the risk of getting trapped in another oil slick Wednesday.
Asia markets traded mixed Wednesday as energy stocks came under pressure, following lower oil prices.
See which stocks are making moves after the bell on Tuesday.
Shares of Teva slipped more than 6 percent after announcing that its CEO will step down and reports of a bribery investigation.
Shares of National Oilwell Varco were tracking for their best day since Nov. 30, 2016, after the energy firm posted a smaller-than-expected earnings loss.
Bond traders are getting cranky with Washington, Europe and the Fed, all at the same time.
Bitcoin jumped more than 2 percent to its highest since Jan. 4 amid a surge of speculative trading in Chinese exchanges.
Kashkari said the economy has not reached the points in terms of inflation and employment that would necessitate aggressive monetary policy.
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