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Here's why Capital One is buying Discover in the biggest proposed merger of 2024

Capital One is betting that owning a global payments network protects it against a rising tide of fintech and regulatory threats.

HSBC posts record annual profit but misses estimates on China write-down, shares tumble 7%

The London-based lender suffered a "valuation adjustment" of $3 billion on its stake in Bank of Communications.

UK posts record budget surplus in January

The U.K. logged a £16.7 billion ($21.1 billion) net budget surplus in January, official figures showed, the largest since monthly records began in 1993.

Barclays jumps 8.6% after announcing major strategic overhaul

Barclays on Tuesday reported a fourth-quarter net loss of £111 million ($139.8 million) as the British lender announced an extensive strategic overhaul.

Shopping online at 2 a.m.? That’s a red flag for buy now, pay later lender Affirm

Affirm, run by PayPal co-founder Max Levchin, is among a new breed of fintech lenders competing against credit cards issued by banks.

Wells Fargo says regulator has lifted a key penalty tied to its 2016 fake accounts scandal

The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency terminated a consent order that forced Wells Fargo to revamp how it sells its retail products and services.

How to avoid the top scam of 2023: The internet has 'really supercharged' it, expert says

Imposter scams were the most prevalent consumer fraud last year, the Federal Trade Commission said. Criminals dupe victims by posing as a trustworthy source.

UK economy slipped into technical recession at the end of 2023

The U.K. economy slipped into a deeper-than-expected technical recession in the final quarter of last year, initial figures showed Thursday.

Deflation: Here's where prices fell in January 2024, in one chart

The U.S. economy is seeing some consumer categories deflate, or fall in price. That's largely happening for prices of physical goods.

As London loses another listing, analysts are wary of writing off the UK capital

TUI became the latest company to ditch its share listing in London, as shareholders voted for the German travel giant to list solely in Frankfurt.

As online romance scams rise, banks ask for help to save victims billions

Romance scams are run by organized criminal gangs that set up phony social media avatars and use those to connect to potential American victims.

Here's the inflation breakdown for January 2024 — in one chart

The consumer price index rose by 3.1% in January 2024, a smaller annual increase than in December.

Nvidia rally is fueling FOMO in the overall market, Evercore's Julian Emanuel warns

Evercore ISI's Julian Emanuel finds clients are more worried about being underinvested than overexposed right now.

Digital banking giant Revolut is launching phone plans for travelers in the UK

Digital banking startup Revolut is launching travel eSIM plans in the U.K. that give users access to data abroad without suffering roaming charges.

Oil stocks share a bullish similarity with semis, but 'no one cares,' VanEck CEO says

Investors may want to consider putting money to work in a lagging part of the market. According to VanEck CEO Jan van Eck, oil stocks are getting a raw deal.

Policy changes look to reduce 401(k) plan 'leakage'

Workers frequently cash out their retirement accounts when changing jobs. That can cost them in the long run.

Hedge fund billionaire Bill Ackman to launch a NYSE-listed fund for regular investors

Pershing Square's Ackman will offer a new investment vehicle listed on the New York Stock Exchange, aiming to leverage his following among retail investors.

Big banks have drastically cut overdraft fees, but customers still paid $2.2 billion last year

Overdraft revenue is on the decline, but recent filings show that JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo remain by far the largest generators of the controversial fees.

Societe Generale posts sharp profit drop as net banking income slides

Societe Generale on Thursday reported a sharp decline in fourth-quarter net profit on the back of weaker net banking income.

This semi name just hit a fresh all-time high. Why its stock market dominance could last

Nvidia's advantage in the artificial intelligence chip space may be in its early innings, according to VanEck CEO Jan van Eck.

NYCB woes reignite fears about shaky banks as anniversary of March crisis nears

Investors have worried that commercial real estate losses could trigger more turmoil after deposit runs consumed Silicon Valley Bank and Signature last March.

China’s VC playbook is undergoing a sea change as U.S. IPO exits get tougher

The Chinese venture capital world that once hoped for giant U.S. IPOs similar to Alibaba's is changing drastically.

Hainan Airlines is handing out Rokid AR glasses for in-flight entertainment

Hainan Airlines this week started handing out Rokid's augmented reality glasses on a few routes for in-flight entertainment, the tech startup said Thursday.

China's central bank encourages local businesses to accept foreign payment cards

His written comments, exclusive to CNBC, come as Beijing has stepped up efforts to encourage visits from foreign tourists and business people.

NYCB names new chairman after Moody’s downgrades bank's credit rating to junk

NYCB has been in free fall since reporting a surprise loss last week, along with mounting losses on commercial real estate and the need to slash its dividend.

Fed Governor Kugler backs caution on rates; Kashkari expects only two or three cuts

"Sitting here today, I would say, two or three cuts would seem to be appropriate for me right now," Kashkari said during a CNBC "Squawk Box" interview.

Clocktower's chief strategist says Chinese stocks will likely rally 10% to 15% from here

Chinese stocks will likely climb by at least 10% as authorities signal concerted support efforts, said Marko Papic, chief strategist at Clocktower Group.

Lawson shares surge 18% after Japan's KDDI launches $3.4 billion privatization offer

The telecom operator plans to acquire a 50% stake in Lawson, taking it private with trading house Mitsubishi Corp, which owns the other 50%.