Do these numbers show that the perception of the big banks as being too big to fail gives them an edge over the competition?
Interest rates are up, refinancing is over, and home sales are down
With a new tax on assets proposed in Congress, Wall Street is getting ready for a fight. But here's what the tax would mean for Main Street.
Matt and David try to stump each other, and investors at home, with questions about the big banks.
The Fed's CCAR results came in this week, and Bank of America, Wells Fargo, and JPMorgan Chase all passed. Citigroup, however, got the thumbs-down.
Citigroup and Bank of America may have trailed Wells Fargo according to the Federal Reserve, but it turns out things are looking way worse at one of those two compared to the other. And which bank that is may surprise you.
Citigroup's bid to return more capital to shareholders gets rejected, and the stock takes a hit. How did Citigroup not see this coming?
The top stories from the financial sector on Thursday's market.
Bank of America shareholders get a higher dividend, while Citigroup's will have to wait.
Investors will learn at 4:00 p.m. EDT whether or not Bank of America and Citigroup have been given the approval to increase their quarterly payouts.