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This bank can sit in the sweet spot between the large-cap market leaders and the smaller regional banks.
The stock may tread water at first, but the potential target is $37.
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Bull market number one, perhaps of all time: the financials.
Small-caps love lower corporate taxes and higher import duties.
Mike Mayo, who has pestered CEOs of banks like Citigroup and Comerica for decades, lost his job Monday in a restructuring of his firm. He promises he's not going away.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Incyte, Skyworks Solutions, Western Digital, Constellation Brands and more.
This market may be cheaper than it looks, especially if companies can keep delivering on the earnings front, says Jim Cramer.
One-third of advisors say children more proactive than parents in financial discussions
First Data (NYSE: FDC), a global leader in commerce-enabling technology, and KeyBank (NYSE: KEY), one of the nation's largest financial services companies, today announced a new relationship designed to provide...
We have a president that seems likely to pursue a weaker dollar policy, and gold has surged.
The central bank exempted mid-sized companies from the "qualitative" part of stress tests that determine whether the companies can pay dividends and buy back stock in the coming year.
After Janet Yellen, it's Mario Draghi's turn to speak about inflation.
U.S. stock futures slip Thursday ahead of data on the U.S. housing market and a policy meeting from the European Central Bank.
Cramer shares his views on why selling Bank of America should not be easy and examines the big waves from a small-business survey.
Financial stocks should do well this year, despite what fourth-quarter profits show.
Amazon.com has all the qualities we really want from our stocks - now, says Jim Cramer.
After Trump, investors need to look at banks in a wholly different light.
Cramer tells us why he's already sick of Dow 20,000, and also talks about animal spirits.