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Four banks reporting earnings beat their expectations, but all are trading down.
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon expressed frustration at the U.S. federal government during the company's earnings conference call Friday.
JPMorgan says Boeing still has room to grow despite its 33 percent gain this year.
Wells Fargo was expected to show earnings of $1.01 share on revenue of $22.466 billion, according to analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters.
Citigroup shares fell 1 percent after the bank reported a slowdown in trading results.
JPMorgan Chase lowers its net interest income forecast for the year and says trading revenue fell.
Shares of social media firm Snap were downgraded for a second time this week Friday, adding to an already dismal trading week for the stock.
Second-quarter earnings season kicks off, and the bulk of the growth will come from a select few sectors.
Bank regulation is not being rolled back to 2007 levels despite Fed Chair Janet Yellen saying she agrees with some changes, says an analyst.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell on Thursday: CyberArk, Mylan, Sangamo Therapeutics & more.
Your paycheck is not getting fatter because companies like Amazon are helping keep wages down, Merrill's Michael Hartnett says.
"I don't know if it's causal or symptomatic of long-running economic maladies," Yellen tells Congress.
Companies in line to bring home trillions in cash stored overseas would use the windfall primarily to pay down debt, according to a survey.
There should be a go-slow approach to further U.S. interest-rate hikes, according to Dallas Federal Reserve Bank President Robert Kaplan.
Ned Davis Research finds that when a measure of political disagreement rises above 100, the S&P 500 tends to gain significantly.
The Fed chair doesn't share the same enthusiasm as the Trump administration about the economy.
Yellen would not comment specifically on what actions the Fed will take, but she also was critical of the bank's actions.
"I think fiscal policy ... uncertainty is quite high at the moment," Yellen tells the Senate Banking Committee.
Jefferies research expects a bump in Activision earnings following the sale of seven $20 million Overwatch teams to leading sports figures.
Biotech company Tesaro's sale process is unlikely to result in a deal, sources familiar with the situation told CNBC.
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