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By: Scott Wapner
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on President Trump announcing a new executive order targeting those that trade or do business with North Korea. » Read More
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Wells Fargo's CEO is due to testify before the Senate Banking Committee on Oct. 3, said sources familiar with the scheduled meeting. » Read More
German lender Deutsche Bank sought to reassure investors on Monday, telling CNBC that it's CEO hadn't asked for government assistance.
Goldman Sachs is cutting almost 30 percent of its 300 investment banking jobs in Asia in response to a slowdown in activity in the region.
Deutsche Bank shares saw renewed selling in stock markets on Monday after a report seemed to rule out any state-aid for the embattled German lender.
Bruce Berkowitz, the founder and chief investment officer of Fairholme Capital, sat down with CNBC's Kelly Evans for an in-depth interview.
JPMorgan retained its place at the top of the global investment bank rankings in the first half of this year despite a fall in revenues.
CNBC's Gemma Acton reports on the impact of Brexit on European firms using EU passports to access the U.K.
JPMorgan cites the risks of more litigation costs and higher regulation after the Senate hearing with WFC's CEO.
The head of a top Russian bank downplayed reports suggesting Putin has vast secret wealth, stressing the leader was “very much dedicated to his job.”
Rafferty Capital's Dick Bove reiterates his sell rating on Wells Fargo, speculating that Warren Buffett is likely 'walking away' from the stock.
The apology from Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf doesn't answer questions about the bank's fake accounts scandal, analyst Michael Mayo says.
Baird raises its rating for Wells Fargo to outperform from neutral.
According to a new survey released today, the majority of CFOs in the U.K. want to take on the top job on chief executive officer.
Edward Mills, FBR Capital Markets Senior Financial Policy Analyst, discusses the regulatory implications for the banking industry following the investigation into the Wells Fargo fraudulent accounts scandal.
Goldman Sachs lowers its rating for Citigroup to neutral from buy.
German lender Deutsche Bank sounded an optimistic tone Friday, despite its shares suffering their worst day since late June.
Uncertainties in Europe could add to the existing problems faced by Deutsche Bank, says Taurus Wealth Advisors' Michael Preiss.
Andrew Slimmon, senior portfolio manager at Morgan Stanley, says conditions are changing which may help banks and financials in medium to long term.
Mitsubishi UFJ's Nobuyuki Hirano stresses the need for a diversified revenue mix, as negative interest rates push revenues down for Japanese financials.
Commerzbank, Germany's second-biggest lender, will announce plans to split up its Mittelstandsbank at the end of the month, sources tell CNBC.
Energy and financials are two of the undervalued sectors that investors can catch tailwinds from out into the horizon, says Eisneramper's Tim Spiess.
Italy's new Five Star party leader said he would welcome rivals' support post-election, but wouldn't offer cabinet seats for it.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon is at it again, dismissing bitcoin and predicting its collapse. He couldn't be more wrong, says hedge-fund manager Brian Kelly.
The Indian government listed its first ever bond index on the London Stock Exchange on Friday, opening the country’s debt markets to the rest of the world.