Warren Buffett said that Berkshire Hathaway doesn't plan on taking full control of Occidental Petroleum . "There's speculation about us buying cont...
U.S. stocks open higher as investors cheer Apple earnings, assess stronger than expected jobs report
U.S. stock indexes opened higher on Friday, after four consecutive days of losses, as robust April jobs report tempered fears of an economic slowdo...
U.S. stock indexes opened lower on Thursday as investors assessed the latest Federal Reserve decision which hiked the interest rate by 25 basis poi...
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‘Deposits are going to keep drifting out,’ says DoubleLine’s Gundlach, warning of echoes of S&L crisis at banks
'I'm really turning more bearish,' Jeffrey Gundlach, CEO of DoubleLine, tells CNBC on Wednesday, after the Federal Reserve's rate hike, while warning of more stress in the banking system.
A surprisingly early debt-ceiling deadline and recent regional-bank woes probably won’t keep the Federal Reserve from raising interest rates at its policy meeting on Wednesday, according to BlackRock’s Rick Rieder.
Regional-bank ETF sinks after First Republic failure, books biggest drop since turmoil in the sector began in March
The SPDR S&P Regional Banking ETF ended Tuesday with its biggest daily drop since the banking-sector turmoil in mid-March.
First Republic Bank's spot in the S&P 500 Index will be replaced by Axon Enterprise Inc., S&P Dow Jones Indices said on Monday.
AMC Entertainment Holdings Chairman and CEO Adam Aron lashed out at Robinhood Markets in a Monday tweet after the company briefly ran a banner wrongly declaring that the movie-theater chain had filed for bankruptcy.
Breaking Bank ETFs hold steady after JPMorgan Chase takes over First Republic after FDIC seizure of troubled bank
U.S. exchange-traded funds that invest in bank stocks were steady on Monday morning after regulators seized troubled First Republic Bank , making it the second-largest bank failure in U.S. history, and promptly sold all of...
U.S. stock indexes opened mixed after JPMorgan Chase & Co said Monday it has won the auction to take over fallen First Republic Bank after regulators seized the San Francisco-based lender, resulting in the third failure of...
Berkshire Hathaway Vice Chair Charlie Munger tells newspaper that U.S. banks are “full of” bad commercial-property loans.
U.S. regulators have asked banks for their best and final takeover offers for First Republic by Sunday afternoon, in a move that authorities hope will calm markets and cap a period of uncertainty for regional lenders.
U.S. stock indexes opened lower on Friday after Amazon warned about a slowdown in its cloud business, while strong inflation data cemented expectations for higher rates in the U.S.. The Dow Jones Industrial Average droppe...
This year’s stock market rally has been 'very narrow' and may not be sustainable, according to Seema Shah, chief global strategist at Principal Asset Management.
Congress might not raise the U.S. debt ceiling until close to the deadline – or until financial markets force their hands.
A small group of technology giants have propped up the U.S. stock market this year, creating high anticipation for their upcoming earnings reports.
Company earnings season for the first quarter is 'off to a decent start,' according to RBC Capital Markets.
BofA shifts debt-ceiling deadline estimate as Treasury market reflects worries over U.S. borrowing limit
Worries over a looming deadline to raise the U.S. debt ceiling are rippling through the Treasury bill market, according to BofA Global Research.
Investors may still be licking their wounds from last month’s bank failures.
Investors are worried about an economic slowdown, but the corporate credit market is not screaming recession.
A new appraisal on 25 Taylor St., a converted office building in San Francisco's theater district that was once a WeWork, cuts its value by about 66%, according to Trepp.
Inflation is the ‘one thing’ holding up revenue growth, warns Morgan Stanley’s Wilson of a potential selloff in stocks
Mike Wilson, chief U.S. equity strategist at Morgan Stanley, warns stock-market investors against cheering cooler inflation.
U.S. debt-ceiling deadline may be nearing faster than expected, warns Goldman Sachs. Here’s what that means for markets.
The deadline to raise the U.S. debt ceiling could be approaching faster than expected, warns Goldman Sachs Group.