It was a tough way to begin the period after Labor Day.
After a long holiday weekend, shares of Bank of America started the trading week off by dropping over 3%.
The nation’s third-biggest bank by assets scores well on two major dividend metrics.
The top three bank CEOs get especially high marks from their employees.
Given the current unemployment rate of 4.4%, inflation should be much higher. Why isn't it?
The television host and former hedge fund manager says that Wells Fargo has gone rogue.
The nation’s second-biggest bank by assets boosted its quarterly payout by 60% earlier this year.
Most people don’t think of Buffett as a banker, but one look at Berkshire Hathaway’s portfolio would lead one to believe that he’s a leading figure in the industry.
The bank increased its estimate by 67% of potentially unauthorized customer accounts opened since 2009.
The bank announced that Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway is now its biggest shareholder.
The Oracle of Omaha reaffirmed that he's sticking with Wells Fargo despite the bank’s recent struggles.
There are a lot of good bankers, but these seven are certainly among the best.
Probably not. But the reason might surprise you.
Bank of America’s low payout ratio suggests that there’s only one direction for the bank’s dividend to head: up.
Flows in foreign direct investment help explain why asset prices are high in the midst of an otherwise lackluster domestic economy.
Is this an ominous sign for the economy, or just a temporary trend?
The nation's biggest bank is a solid performer regardless of the metric one looks at.
When it comes to analyzing bank stocks, some numbers are more important than others.
Everyone makes mistakes, but not many of us air them publicly. That's the theme of this week's "Industry Focus," starting with our prediction in 2015 that concerns about Wells Fargo's cross-selling culture were much ado about nothing.
High interest rates charged on credit card balances help banks offset the elevated default rates associated with these types of loans.