Five out of eight of the biggest U.S. banks don't have credible plans for winding down during a crisis without the help of public money.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher open Wednesday, after some encouraging China data and earnings results from the first Dow component of the earnings season.
CNBC's Dominic Chu and Eric Schiffer of Patriarch Equity discuss how Max Levchin's Affirm lending company could impact conventional lenders.
CNBC's Wilfred Frost provides more detail on JPMorgan's quarterly earnings, including JPM CEO Jamie Dimon's comments after news five out of eight of the big banks do not have credible plans in their living wills.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Digging into JPMorgan's earnings beat, and what to expect from the banks ahead, with Brennan Hawken, UBS director of equity research. Hawken says the tailwind for the banks is in the short-term rates.
Discussing JPM's managing of issues with energy prices, and the bank's beat in quarterly earnings, with Marty Mosby, Vining Sparks director of bank and equity strategies.
JPMorgan posts earnings of $1.35 a share vs. $1.26 expected, and revenue at $24.08 billion.
JPMorgan beat EPS and revenue estimates in its quarterly report, raising its share buyback plan by $1.9 billion, with CNBC’s Wilfred Frost.
JPMorgan Chase has cut 30 jobs, or 5 percent of its headcount, at its Asia wealth management business, a source with knowledge of the matter said.
JPMorgan Chase earnings and March retail sales could set the tone for markets, but traders will also be keeping an eye on oil prices.
U.S. regulators plan to notify major U.S. banks that their living wills are inadequate, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday.
CNBC's Bob Pisani looks at the day's market action including oil briefly hitting a 2016 high.
One trader says there are three Dow stocks that have the potential to shake up the market in the very near future.
Some of the Wall Street banks suspected of playing key roles in helping the scandal-riddled Malaysian fund raise and move money.
If the U.K. opts for the Brexit in June, the European banking system will feel the impact first.
Energy ETFs such as USO and XOP rally along with financial stocks.
Officials said Goldman Sachs would pay $5.1 billion to settle a mortgage suit, but the deal could allow Goldman to pay $1 billion less.
At least this problem is well-defined and short lived, one expert says.
As traders await earnings season, the stock market may be sending a warning sign.