One economist sees 10-year Treasury yields finishing the year at 3.76%, but he isn't panicked.
Citigroup, PNC, Huntington Bancshares, and JPMorgan are touted as 'cheap defensives.'
Dick Bove sees a marked shift in tone as management focuses on shrinking the balance sheet.
Drexel Hamilton's David Hilder upgrades CIT, citing increased buyback and dividend potential.
Ocwen will pay $2.53 billion for the assets.
Twenty-five real estate funds change hands for $925 million.
The superiority of BDCs to junk is "an open and shut case," the analyst argues.
Investors are looking for $5-10 billion in savings over the next three years.
Technical trading glitches are overhyped by the media, gripes a panel of electronic trading executives.
The well-known analyst is sticking to his bearish thesis after two days of hearings.