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The Federal Reserve will probably give some big banks the green light to boost their dividends within the next couple of weeks.
AIG shares were soaring higher as the company offered to buy back $15.7 billion worth of debt from the Fed.
Wells Fargo appears to be on the hunt for another brokerage acquisition.
Bank of America extended more generous mortgage terms to U.S. military customers.
The Bank of Spain has spelled out which banks will need to raise new captial.
AIG is offering investors a special dividend and hoping they will avoid amassing its stock when the Treasury Department unloads its enormous stake.
Morgan Stanley is reportedly firing hundreds of poorly performing brokers and trainees as the investment banking giant continues to sharpen the edges of its wealth management division.
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf issued perhaps his bluntest criticism of new bank regulations in a speech and Q&A session, saying "government price controls" have put an undue burden on his industry.
After closing a nearly $10 billion sale of MetLife stock, AIG was able to return another chunk of cash to taxpayers.
There are signs that Morgan Stanley will have to tread carefully in the post-crisis, anti-Wall Street era if it wants to get rid of the Smith Barney brand.