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U.S. stocks end mixed Wednesday as Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen caps off a day filled with interest rate speculation.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon sees an economy that is building in momentum. He also says the expected pro-business changes under the new administration are not fully baked in yet.
Stocks hold mixed on Wednesday afternoon as Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen caps off a day filled with interest rate speculation.
JPMorgan Chase, the largest U.S. lender, agreed to pay $55 million to settle a Justice Department claim that it funded mortgages by brokers who charged higher rates to minorities.
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, whose operations span more than 160 countries, could move to a "network model" from a "hub-and-spoke model" for supplying importers and exporters with loans.
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.
Stocks struggle for direction on Wednesday as a strengthening U.S. economy reinforces the chances of several rate hikes this year.
Stock futures inch higher as Citigroup and Goldman Sachs join the series of banks that enjoyed a trading boost in the fourth quarter.
Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America booked solid net interest margins in 4Q.
Goldman Sachs reported fourth-quarter earnings that topped Wall Street's estimates, thanks in part to a 25% increase in trading revenue.
Crosscurrents are disruptive, and today's selloff demonstrates why investors need conviction -- and a strong stomach, says Jim Cramer.
The JPMorgan Chase Institute released its newest report today on the financial health of small businesses and employment challenges they continue to face.
The Trump rally has screeched to a halt.
The S&P 500 is up more than 5% since Election Day, but the bull stampede is not over, said Matt Jones, head of U.S. equity strategy at JPMorgan Private Bank.
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.
These companies show signs of a change of direction.
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.
The stock has been on a tear, but if you've missed the boat, don't start running down the dock.
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.