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.
While Bank of America and Citigroup have rightfully been shedding underperforming and risky assets, one paper reveals why U.S. Bancorp has made the right move in acquiring assets.
Citigroup is a massive bank with a lot to consider, but investors may not know there is one big difference between it and Bank of America, Wells Fargo, and JPMorgan Chase.
Why Ocwen’s regulatory challenges may prove to be profitable in the long run.
The recent stress test results are in from the Federal Reserve, and while they passed, Bank of America, Citigroup, and JPMorgan Chase actually look worse this year versus last year.
Many investors were very confident that several of the big banks would come through the stress tests strong, and ready to initiate bigger dividends and share buybacks. Is that now in jeopardy?
After the latest results from the stress test, when compared to Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Chase, and even Citigroup, Bank of America has real reason for concern.
Past issues and present fears overshadow a greater picture of value at Citigroup.