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The regulatory crackdown on Ocwen, Nationstar and other mortgage servicers is making banks more reluctant to extend credit, raising questions about the future of the servicing industry.
Cooperman asked CEO Bill Shepro 'whether your testicles are bigger than your brains or your brains are bigger than your testicles.'
High-yield bonds are likely to return 5% in 2015, says Martin Fridson, CIO of Lehmann Livian Fridson Advisors.
Falling oil prices spurred a sharp decline in North Dakota drilling activity as the state's rig count hit its lowest level since October 2010.
The bank defended its business model despite a disappointing fourth-quarter performance weighed down by high legal expenses
Ocwen Financial shares continued to plummet on regulatory concerns about the nation's largest servicer of delinquent mortgages, though analysts still see value in the stock.
U.S. equities are still in the midst of a 'tremendous bull run,' according to Richard Bernstein, the well-known CEO of the eponymous investment advisory firm.
Citigroup's lower valuation and the likelihood regulators will finally allow it to raise its dividend are the reasons investors favor the stock, reports Nomura analyst Steven Chuback.
American Express and Wells Fargo are among Nomura's favored financial stocks ahead of fourth-quarter earnings.
The strong dollar could threaten 2015 earnings for the largest U.S. banks, but Citigroup looks especially exposed, according to a pair of analyst reports.