A peculiarity of Citigroup’s operations makes it less sensitive to higher interest rates than many of its peers.
The nation’s biggest bank by assets is more sensitive to rising rates than Citigroup but less sensitive than Bank of America.
Bank of America's unequaled hoard of non-interest-bearing deposits is the main reason the North Carolina-based bank is so much more sensitive to higher interest rates than its peers.
These three companies have bought back millions of shares in 2016.
The Fed chairwoman seemed to hint in testimony to Congress on Thursday that the central bank may increase rates at its monetary policy meeting next month.
If inflation continues to head in the right direction, banks are bound to earn a lot more money.
The media say there's a rally in bank stocks. Analysts disagree.
By stripping the Federal Reserve of power over bank capital plans, the incoming Trump administration could ignite a rapid dividend increase at Bank of America.
Shares of bank stocks have surged since the presidential election last week, pushing JPMorgan Chase’s stock price to a new all-time high.
If you're a bank investor, Donald Trump in the White House could be a good thing for you.