JPMorgan commodities chief Blythe Masters withdrew her name from a CFTC advisory committee after her appointment was widely mocked online.
Ocwen's deal with Wells Fargo is likely to get approved despite being halted by the New York Department of Financial Services, but even if it isn't, the potential downside isn't that bad, argues Compass Point analyst Kevin Barker.
U.S. Southern District of New York Attorney Matthew Martoma is convicted on all three criminal charges and faces up to 20 years in prison, as the insider trading prosecution machine--which has essentially nothing whatsoever to do with the financial crisis--rolls on.
American Express got an upgrade after it rolled out a new initiative it hopes will increase acceptance of its cards with small merchants, but Visa and MasterCard shares were also higher.
Hedge funds holding Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac shares and housing advocates find some common ground, but only some.
Fixed income trader compensation is falling as technology spending rises in the sector to meet new transparency requirements and to give traders a different kind of advantage.
Morgan Stanley will pay $1.25 billion to settle litigation over mortgage backed securities with Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
BNY Mellon needs a shakeup due to calcified board and excessive pay for poor performance relative to peers like Northern Trust and State Street Corp., argues analyst Mike Mayo.
The state's economy is so large, the short-term impact of this drought barely impacts the state's overall growth rate.
AIG, one of the main objectors, says case is 'far from over,' but Bank of America bear Mike Mayo makes a concession.