Banks

Goldman Sachs shares fell Tuesday after the firm reported third-quarter profit below Wall Street expectations.

J.P. Morgan Chase on Tuesday posted profit and record revenue that exceeded expectations on the strength of consumer banking operations that helped the bank mitigate the impact of lower interest rates.

Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon called his bank’s rollout of the Apple Card “the most successful credit-card launch ever.”

The Federal Reserve is expected to resume its balance sheet expansion in response to demand for bank reserves.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet with dozens of top U.S. executives in New York on Wednesday, according to a memo obtained by CNBC.

Jamie Dimon said its unlikely that the U.S. and China will agree on a trade deal before the 2020 election.

An extended Saudi oil outage could push Brent crude prices north of $75 per barrel as the historic attack on the country’s processing plant disrupts one of the globe’s largest energy supply chains, Goldman Sachs warned clients.

The Dow closes back above 27K as investors take note as some major changes happening inside the market. Our Bob Pisani has more for us from the New York Stock Exchange.

Recent trade optimism sparked a rebound in stocks, but Deutsche Bank warned if there’s an escalation in the trade war, the U.S. could see a “mild recession” and interest rates falling to zero.

Jamie Dimon said that while he doubts the wave of negative interest rates in countries around the world will reach the U.S., he’s preparing J.P. Morgan Chase for the possibility anyway.

Deirdre Bosa reports on how digital start-ups are taking on the big banks and even grabbing customers in the process.

Citi no longer sees a conclusion to the trade war with China before the next U.S. presidential election, the investment bank said in a research report on Wednesday.

Despite retailers banking on acceleration in the fourth quarter from holiday sales, Wells Fargo said fundamental trends have deteriorated.

Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan is not worried about a potential U.S. economic slowdown, saying the American consumer is still in a strong place and can keep the economy growing.

The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp on Tuesday voted to approve a five-agency revision of the post-crisis regulation known as the Volcker Rule.