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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.
Analysts are angry over the latest Wells Fargo scandal where hundreds of thousands of customers were required to buy auto insurance they did not need.
The “Fast Money Halftime Report” traders discuss Barron's price target on Citi reaching $100 by 2020.
Credit Suisse reported second-quarter revenues that were in line with analyst estimates on Friday.
Marko Kalonovic, JPMorgan global head of derivative and quantitative strategies, says volatility at all-time lows is a risk to the market.
"You had this regulatory overhang of negativity in the past, and now you have a view of positivity in the future," Lutnik says.
Howard Lutnick, BGC Partners chairman & CEO, discusses his view of the markets as questions remain with Trump administration's promised policies.
Britain's largest retail bank reported Thursday a statutory pretax profit of 2.5 billion pounds on Thursday, about 4 percent higher than last year.
German lender Deutsche Bank reported a surprise surge in profits for the second quarter of 2017, beating market estimates and doubling its pre-tax profit figure from last year.
CNBC's Jim Cramer sits down with Citi CEO Michael Corbat about his comments on the next Federal Reserve Chair and their investor meeting.
Discussing the winners and losers at the closing bell with Rob Cox, Reuters Breaking Views, and Cassandra Toroian, president & CIO of Bell Rock Capital.
For the first time since receiving three government bailouts during the 2007-2009 financial crisis, Citigroup is holding a day-long conference for investors.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc is pulling back substantially from trading that helps backstop the fast-growing use of US exchange-traded funds.
The executive firings would add to Wells Fargo's existing struggle with scandal in its consumer banking business.
RBR Capital Advisors looks to build $1 billion stake in Credit Suisse, divide company into three divisions.
Wells Fargo is accused of forcing borrowers to buy unneeded auto insurance when they took out a car loan, N.Y. Times reports.