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Here's what you need to know on TheStreet.
Banks' quarterly reports mean quarterly grades are due.
Bank of America, Citigroup, JPMorgan and Wells Fargo reported their fourth-quarter earnings and each traded higher. The rebound was driven by oversold technicals and cheap fundamentally.
Morgan Stanley shares fell sharply lower in pre-market trading Thursday after the bank posted weaker-than-expected fourth question earnings that looked out of step with sector profits from peers that have taken U.S. stocks to their highest levels in more than a month.
Investors are starting to realize that these banks are making the most money they ever have and are doing so with less risk.
The S&P 500 is hitting big psychological resistance in the form of the 50-day simple moving average on the SPY.
Jim discusses the financials, why Apple should buy Epic Systems, Nordstrom's holiday sale shortfall and why we took the big win on that position but kept the consistent Kohl's.
Here are tools for gauging the state of the U.S. and global economies and how they could impact the markets.
Citi has been appointed as custodian and tax services provider for the U.S.
A few more days of rallying and we will be on quicksand -- without some actual, genuine, earnings beats and raises. JP Morgan is a prime example.
The Board of Directors of Citigroup Inc. today declared a quarterly dividend on Citigroup's common stock of $0.
They may represent the single most attractive industry group in the S&P Index.
The underlying business remains strong and when it comes to things that management has control over, they continue to execute and gain market share.
Jim discusses the market and FAANG, the initial reaction to UnitedHealth's earnings, CVS, Goldman Sachs ahead of Wednesday's earnings, Citigroup, and more!
Citigroup is a leading global bank. But, how did it get its start? Watch the video to learn more.
We may be so worried about the state of the global economy that we're missing some great opportunities, Jim Cramer says.
Citigroup's revenue miss and trading revenue decline doesn't make bank investors shudder.
Wednesday's earnings call should provide investors with a different and refreshing view of the company.
Citi overcame a mixed print to send its stock surging on Monday.
The indices finished in the red on Monday, breadth was poor with about 2,300 gainers to 4,900 decliners and stocks closed on a weak note.
Stocks fall as weak trade data from China adds yet another level of concern over the health of the world's second-largest economy. Citigroup's earnings beat estimates but revenue comes in light.
The company is set to report earnings on Jan. 29, so traders have a couple of weeks to watch the action.
If one is betting on a sustained surge from Citi, bigger banks could be bullish bets.
Citigroup's fourth-quarter adjusted profit of $1.61 a share tops analysts' estimates.
It sure felt like that after listening to Citigroup's robust conference call this morning.
Look for the VIX futures to return to a full 'contango.'
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