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Chris Rupkey, chief financial economist at MUFG Union Bank, explains why the Trump administration is contributing to a strong economy.
The “Fast Money” traders discuss tech coming off a low and what has been doing well in the interim.
One technician sees a breakout in the charts for banks.
Goldman tells its clients to buy financial stocks, predicting the sector will outperform the market.
The “Fast Money Halftime Report” traders weigh in on the financials sector as the index comes off its best week in six weeks. Leon Cooperman gives his take.
Wells Fargo tells Evercore ISI it will "improve its transparency" and disclose all legal developments in its quarterly filings.
According to Kensho, the worst performing sectors in August are financials, energy and industrials.
President Donald Trump's legislative agenda may be stalled, but that's not stopping him from trying to cut regulations by "75 percent."
Wells Fargo shares fell Friday after a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission showed a new review of the bank's consumer sales scandal could reveal a "significant increase" in unauthorized accounts.
The “Fast Money Halftime Report” traders discuss the indexes that are moving intraday as the Dow inches toward their 8th record high.
Italy's largest bank by assets, UniCredit, posted a stronger-than-expected net profit in the second quarter of the year thanks to lower costs and a drop in loan-loss charges.
Anton Schutz, Mendon Capital, discusses Goldman Sachs' low net revenues for the company's second quarter.
Discussing the Dow Jones Industrial Average hitting a record 22,000 with Ralph Acampora, Altaira Capital Partners director of technical research.
August has been the worst month for stocks since 1987.
The lawsuit filed on Sunday is the latest Wells Fargo scandal, following an incident where the bank's employees created millions of unauthorized customer accounts to meet sales goals.
Voya Financial CEO discusses the potential impact on his business should tax deductions for 401(k) contributions be eliminated.
Commerzbank swung to a net loss in the second quarter amid weak markets and after booking job-related restructuring charges of about 807 million euros.
All three major indices seeing declines in August since 2010 according to our data partners at Kensho. As for sectors, the bigger losers are financials, energy stock and the industrials. For more Kensho go to CNBC.com/kensho.
The central culprit this time is the collateralised loan obligation, writes the Financial Times.
The bloom is off seed funding, the business of providing money to brand-new startups, as investors take a more measured approach to financing emerging U.S. technology companies.
Wells Fargo says top four risk management executives are to retire as a regulatory settlement nears
Credit Suisse CEO Tidjane Thiam earned 9.7 million Swiss francs ($10.26 million) last year, a 5.3 reduction over his prior-year compensation.
The asset management division of Germany's largest bank began trading on the country's stock exchange Friday.