Relatively low debt as mortgage and foreclosure services company addresses legal woes.
The lender gets an upgrade, but admits it is making riskier loans.
Former AIG boss Hank Greenberg argues the government stole his company in 2008, but the story isn't as simple as he'd like.
Wealth and asset management units show strength.
Earnings in mortgage business slows as expected.
An expected MBIA settlement appears to be the reason for a reserve increase.
A slowdown in new mortgages is likely to put pressure on first quarter results.
Average market investors need to push Congress to regulate the banks, says former FDIC Chair Sheila Bair. TheStreet's Dan Freed spoke with Bair at Fordham Law School about the importance of pushing Congress to pressure regulators to make changes to the bank industry.
Hedge funds who have been betting on the re-privatization of the Government-sponsored enterprises have been taking their case to the nation's capital.
SEC regulators refused to analyze breaking-up mega-banks, says Sheila Bair. TheStreet's Dan Freed spoke with Bair at Fordham Law School about whether JPMorgan would ever agree to a break-up.