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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.
Bank of America is in good shape as it continues to cut costs and looks forward to three expected rate increases in 2017.
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.
Donald Trump is already moving markets -- with his tweets. As the president-elect reveals plans for his first 100 days, big U.S. banks could get a windfall from heightened trading.
More loans, more spending, and fewer customers going broke point to strength.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on how he had one of his best days in recent memory, and warns you not to look in the rear view mirror.
Cramer shares his views on why selling Bank of America should not be easy and examines the big waves from a small-business survey.
Earnings season heats up next week as Donald Trump is sworn in as president.
Leading up to Donald Trump's swearing-in ceremony on Jan. 20, the momentum on Wall Street belongs to financial services.
Financial stocks should do well this year, despite what fourth-quarter profits show.
Jim Cramer highlights bank, health-care companies reporting next week and what to watch.
Jim Cramer says banking is actually a terrific business, and stocks should be valued that way.
Jim Cramer ponders how giving in to Trump risks downgrades, and how we may finally be valuing banks on earnings.
The Nasdaq ended the week with a record close in four out of five trading days, even when under assault by a selloff in biotech stocks.
The bank still benefited from higher net interest income -- the difference between interest earned and interest paid -- which increased by $450 million to $12.4 billion.
The Nasdaq secured another record close on Friday afternoon, its fourth this week, as positive earnings from big banks kicked off the reporting season in style.
Revenue on the New York-based bank's bond-trading desk climbed 31% from a year earlier to $3.37 billion as investors adjusted to a radically different political landscape.
Earnings of 40 cents a share in the three months through December beat the 38-cent average of projections. Net income climbed 43% from a year earlier to $4.7 billion.
The S&P 500 moves higher on Friday as financials benefit from better-than-expected earnings from Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase.
Jim Cramer argues that short-selling the banks makes little sense. Investors need to realize this sector has catalysts to take it higher over time.
Meanwhile, it looks like inflation is gaining momentum.
Real Money contributor Stephen Guilfoyle explains how he's trading bank stocks after earnings.
Bank stocks are the cheapest in the market if we look at what really counts.
U.S. stocks were mostly higher as big banks benefited from a boost in trading revenue over the fourth quarter.
Check out the relationship between movement in the stock and the United States Oil ETF.
Be ready to hear a lot about the 'buy the election, sell the inauguration trade.'