JPMorgan's shares pulled back 4% on Friday to close at $43.21. The stock has now returned 31% year-to-date, following a 20% decline during 2011.
U.S. regulators want firms like JPMorgan and Bank of America to beef up defenses against hackers, but the banks say they're already taking the threat seriously enough. Trump might agree.
Following a record disappointment from HSBC, the rest of London's banks are now in the crosshairs
China's yuan, which has weakened in the last three years, is poised to extend the streak in 2017 as officials shepherd foreign reserves to shore up bad-loan-riddled banks.
President Trump has promised a "massive" and "phenomenal" tax plan, which has propelled stocks to record highs.