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A federal judge's ruling restricting the right of a financial news Web site to disseminate information about analyst rating changes flies in the face of the First Amendment and impairs the smooth operation of a free marketplace.
Shares of the biggest banks were falling Thursday as President Obama was expected to announce a proposal to limit their size and risk-taking abilities.
Bank of America on late Wednesday said consumer banking head Brian Moynihan will succeed retiring Ken Lewis as CEO at the end of the year.
Wells Fargo said it would repay the government's $25 billion bailout investment after completing a $10.4 billion common stock offering.
Six stocks that could benefit from the 'Cash for Caulkers' energy efficiency incentive program President Barack Obama advocated in a speech Tuesday.
The government's read on November retail sales will provide investors with more clarity on how holiday shopping is shaping up.
JPMorgan Chase easily beat top- and bottom-line estimates that were tempered by the company's repayment of federal bailout funds and a special assessment to its regulator.
Warren Buffett is pleased with the job Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke are doing. Why wouldn't he be?
JPMorgan Chase expects to raise $5 billion in common equity and repay the federal government's $25 billion bailout investment by the end of June, the company said Monday.
Bank holding companies that government stress tests determine need more capital will have one month from Thursday to develop a plan, federal regulators said in a joint statement late Wednesday.