Warren Buffett's Berkshire trims Bank of America stake for the first time since 2019 after strong rally

Berkshire Hathaway trimmed its gigantic Bank of America holding for the first time in four and a half years following the bank's strong 2024 run.

  • 22.07.2024

'Just buying, buying, buying’: What the recent small-cap boom suggests about the appetite for risk

The money flow into small caps may not be a rotation from winning growth trades.

  • 20.07.2024

CFPB cracks down on popular paycheck advance programs. Here's what that means for workers

The watchdog proposed a rule that would label earned wage access programs as loans. Fees would need to be expressed in APR terms, like a credit card.

  • 19.07.2024

In the face of trade tensions, China says it will focus on its own economy

Top Chinese officials on Friday emphasized the country would focus on its own affairs in the face of rising trade tensions.

  • 19.07.2024

‘Loophole’ may get you a $7,500 tax credit for leasing an EV, auto analysts say

A tax credit for leased electric vehicles is subject to laxer rules than those that apply to purchases of new EVs.

  • 18.07.2024

Watch: ECB President Christine Lagarde speaks after rate decision

European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde is giving a press conference following the bank's latest monetary policy decision.

  • 18.07.2024

JD Vance blames U.S. wage losses on China's efforts to build its middle class

U.S. presidential hopeful Donald Trump's new running mate JD Vance stuck to a hard line on China in his first speech since being selected earlier in the week.

  • 18.07.2024

Fed Governor Waller sees central bank 'getting closer' to an interest rate cut

Central bankers have become more optimistic from data that has shown inflation easing.

  • 17.07.2024

HSBC appoints Georges Elhedery as group CEO starting Sept. 2

Elhedery, who is the current chief financial officer, will replace outgoing head Noel Quinn in September.

  • 17.07.2024

Gold jumps to record above $2,460 an ounce on hopes Fed will soon cut rates

Rising expectations for a September rate cut following the latest inflation data bolstered demand for bullion.

  • 16.07.2024

Morgan Stanley tops estimates on stronger-than-expected trading and investment banking

Morgan Stanley benefited from its Wall Street-centric business model in the quarter, as a rebound in trading and investment banking helped results.

  • 16.07.2024

Bank of America shares jump 5% after saying net interest income rebound is coming

Bank of America disclosed new guidance that net interest income, a key metric for banks, will rise to about $14.5 billion in the fourth quarter of this year.

  • 16.07.2024

Small caps are the hottest trade going in the stock market now and they surged another 3% Tuesday

Small-cap stocks are on a tear right now as they took the baton from megacap technology shares to lead the market rally.

  • 16.07.2024

Man who claimed to be inventor of bitcoin referred to UK prosecutors for alleged perjury

A U.K. judge on Tuesday referred a case against Australian entrepreneur Craig Wright's claim to be the inventor of bitcoin to the Crown Prosecution Service.

  • 16.07.2024

Microsoft's hiring of staff from AI startup Inflection referred for UK merger probe

Microsoft's hiring of employees from artificial intelligence startup Inflection has been referred for an initial merger investigation in the U.K.

  • 16.07.2024

Traders see the odds of a Fed rate cut by September at 100%

The probabilities are based on trading in CME fed funds futures contracts.

  • 16.07.2024

Many Americans think they’re insulated from climate change. Their finances indicate otherwise

Most Americans believe global warming won't impact them much. But it's already having a negative effect on household finances.

  • 16.07.2024

Deutsche Bank criticized by German regulator for financial reporting error

Deutsche Bank incorrectly disclosed deferred tax assets in its 2019 financial statement, German regulator BaFin said Tuesday.

  • 16.07.2024

Dimon and other Wall Street CEOs react to Trump assassination attempt: 'Deeply saddened' by violence

The shooting on Saturday shocked a nation gearing up for a contentious November election.

  • 16.07.2024

Goldman Sachs tops estimates on better-than-expected fixed income trading

Goldman Sachs topped expectations for profit and revenue on better-than-expected fixed income results and smaller-than-expected loan loss provisions.

  • 15.07.2024

China reports second-quarter GDP growth of 4.7%, missing expectations

The National Bureau of Statistics did not hold a press conference for the data release. China's high-level policy meeting, the Third Plenum, kicks off Monday.

  • 15.07.2024

China gears up for its Third Plenum meeting. Here's why real estate isn't likely the main focus

China's real estate problems may be massive, but analysts expect the upcoming Third Plenum to focus on other areas — such as high local government debt levels.

  • 14.07.2024

Citigroup tops expectations for profit and revenue on strong Wall Street results

Citigroup on Friday posted second-quarter results that topped expectations for profit and revenue on a rebound in Wall Street activity.

  • 12.07.2024

JPMorgan Chase tops second-quarter revenue expectations on strong investment banking

JPMorgan Chase on Friday posted second-quarter profit and revenue that topped analysts' expectations as investment banking fees surged 52% from a year earlier.

  • 12.07.2024

Here's the deflation breakdown for June 2024 — in one chart

Prices have fallen for physical goods, gasoline, airfare and some grocery items like apples since June 2023, according to the consumer price index.

  • 12.07.2024

JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon warns inflation and interest rates may stay higher

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon on Friday issued another warning about inflation despite recent signs of easing in price pressures.

  • 12.07.2024

Wells Fargo shares tumble after net interest income falls short of estimates

The San Francisco-based bank recorded $11.92 billion in net interest income, a key measure of what a bank makes on lending, marking a 9% year-over-year decline.

  • 12.07.2024

China's imports unexpectedly drop in June, but exports beat forecasts

China's imports fell in June, missing expectations for slight growth, while exports grew more than expected, customs data released Friday showed.

  • 12.07.2024

High inflation is largely not Biden's or Trump's fault, economists say

Inflation surged to its highest level since 1981 during the pandemic era. That was primarily driven by dynamics outside White House control, economists said.

  • 11.07.2024

These 3 stocks are set to bounce once the Fed finally lowers interest rates

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  • 11.07.2024