Five things you need to know on July 21.
Bank of America and Citigroup appeared to move in opposite directions following the announcement of their earnings, but one troubling trend shows Citigroup still has concerns ahead.
Bank of America continues to suffer from high litigation expenses, but not all is bad when it comes to its second quarter results.
Pinnacle Financial Partners convinces on a variety of metrics including loan, book value and net interest income growth.
Citigroup's settlement with the Department of Justice is a milestone achievement which should allow the bank to go all-in on growing its business.
Citigroup's year has included failing a stress test and battling the DOJ on fines. What happened in the second quarter?
After favorable reports from its peers, Bank of America needs to prove itself.
Citigroup is said to have to shell out $7 billion in order to settle a probe into its mortgage practices, but short-term selling pressure could be an interesting opportunity to buy an already undervalued bank.
A marketing blitz by card issuers is signing up risky borrowers as well as those with stellar credit
The coming days will be filled with stock market debuts, including a diagnostics firm, a renewable-energy yieldco, and a health insurance provider with a unique niche.