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John Gorman, the investment bank's chief executive, has changed the business focus, setting a ROE goal of 10%, which is in sight.
Apple, Microsoft, Cisco, Oracle and Alphabet alone have more than $500 billion stashed offshore.
Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) has announced the appointment of 140 Managing Directors.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on buying retail, and discusses why he's favoring the short side in a big way.
Jim Cramer ponders how nothing new can be great, and observes that a selloff can be quite embraceable.
Wall Street closed out the week with new executive leadership in Washington, D.C., for the first time since the 2008 financial crisis.
Strong capital and cost controls also helped the investment banks' fourth-quarter results.
Don't worry about a little selloff, says Jim Cramer. The data and earnings signal an improving economy.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted out that the report from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration was 'very positive.'
Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman said he is just as optimistic or more optimistic about the markets as he has ever been.
TD Ameritrade reported a strong first fiscal 2017 quarter, as its CEO Tim Hockey says that the volatility created by Donald Trump's election was a positive for the company.
Citigroup, like its Wall Street rivals, profited from a frenzy of trading following Donald Trump's surprise victory as U.S. president.
Goldman's revenue in fixed-income trading rose 78% to $2 billion in the three months through December, outpacing gains at both JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America.
Ten reasons I'm pessimistic about the financial sector.
Jonathan Pruzan, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS), will speak at the Credit Suisse Financial Services Forum on Tuesday, February 7, 2017 at 12:00 p.
You need to understand what good trading means within the context of a big rally.
Crosscurrents are disruptive, and today's selloff demonstrates why investors need conviction -- and a strong stomach, says Jim Cramer.
The Trump rally has screeched to a halt.
Stocks fall on Tuesday as uncertainty over a Donald Trump presidency casts a pall over markets.
You can live by the tweet or die by the tweet.
U.S. stocks lost steam Tuesday as U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May signaled that a 'hard' Brexit was on the horizon, shutting access to the EU's single market.
Jim Cramer says Morgan Stanley had a 'very clean, very good' quarter.
Jim Cramer is watching Goldman Sachs ahead of its earnings, but says it could be like the rest of the industry: Good results, sluggish stock price.
Stocks decline on Tuesday morning after President-elect Donald Trump introduces some volatility following comments on the U.S. dollar.
Like JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America, Morgan Stanley benefited from a surge in global trading as Trump's policy pledges prompted speculation that inflation will pick up speed.