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Bank stocks like Goldman Sachs and Bank of America surged after reporting strong earnings Wednesday. Here's what five market experts say to watch next.
Earnings beat or miss, there could be one key level in the financials space to determine whether a big bank breakout is ahead.
Banks are making plans to move out of the U.K. in light of Brexit. Kenneth Leon of CFRA says the geographic location of bank offices is not as sensitive as it would be for "regular trade and commerce."
Airbnb claims a second straight year of EBITDA profitability, and expects to hit 500 million guest arrivals by the end of the first quarter this year.
Malaysia is seeking $7.5 billion in reparations from Goldman Sachs over its involvement the 1MDB saga. Lim Guan Eng, the country's finance minister, says the amount is "extremely reasonable."
Tom Brown, CEO of Second Crude Capital, and Richard Kovacevich, former chairman and CEO of Wells Fargo, discuss what movements they predict will happen in the bank sector ahead of earnings next week with CNBC's "Closing Bell" team.
Financials were on the rise Monday after Citigroup kicked off earnings season. According to one top technician there's something in the charts suggesting the gains may be a head fake as a number of other big bank names also gear up to report.
The shortfall stands as another indication of Apple's smartphone slowdown.
Tencent's insurance platform WeSure is launching WeFit, a reward program to incentivize customers to live healthily. WeSure CEO Alan Lau explains why this program is "good for everyone."
Justin Tang of X Financial says the peer-to-peer lending sector is "reasonable" and "healthy" in China following a clamp down by the government, because most of the risks have been "released."
UBS became the first foreign financial institution to gain control of a Chinese securities firm in November last year. Eugene Qian of UBS Securities weighs in on the bank's strategy in the country.
Apple's warning led some on Wall Street to question the impact of Trump's trade policies with regard to China.
The company has lost $450 billion in market value since its peak of about $1.1 trillion last year.
Eric Compton, Morningstar equity research analyst, joins 'Power Lunch' to discuss the bad year for banks and what we could expect to see for the sector in 2019.
CNBC's Wilfred Frost reports on what's the playbook for banks in 2019.
Douglas Boneparth, financial advisor at Bone Fide Wealth, and Lazetta Rainey Braxton, founder and CEO of Financial Fountains, discuss the benefits of selling off losing stocks.
The hotel chain has added 100 new hotels across the country in the last 12 months.
Mark Machin, president and chief executive of Canada's Pension Plan Investment Board (CPPIB), sees the country's potential to diversify his portfolio as outweighing any shorter-term economic setbacks.
The Brexit deadlock continues after Prime Minister Theresa May presented Monday a second version of her plan to leave the European Union.