Banking & Finance

Insurance company Lemonade has reported its first results since coming public as one of the hot initial public offerings over the summer.
The Federal Reserve on Monday announced the capital requirements for the nation's 34 largest banks. Eleven of the banks are required to maintain at least 10% of total assets as an emergency fund.
New York Stock Exchange owner Intercontinental Exchange has agreed to pay $11 billion in cash and stock to acquire privately held cloud-based mortgage services provider Ellie Mae.
Rocket Companies, parent of Rocket Mortgage and Quicken Loans, quietly entered the market on Thursday in its initial public offering.
Lower-priced stocks offer not only a way to make some good money but to get a higher share count. These four well-known financial stocks are likely to survive the current troubles and could very well...
Digital payment firm PayPal reported $1.07 in earnings per share (EPS) and $5.26 billion in revenue in the second quarter, compared with consensus estimates that called for $0.88 in EPS on $4.99...
Personal finance and consumer service firm Rocket Companies has filed with the SEC for its initial public offering.
One thing that Bank of America has going for it as a major endorsement is Warren Buffett, and his endorsement just became even larger.
Insurance company Lemonade's post-IPO quiet period has ended, and that means the analysts at the underwriting firms are free to cover the company.
Here's a look at five bank stocks and four financial services stocks that Goldman Sachs recently added to its Conviction Buy list.
Goldman Sachs on Friday announced an agreement to pay the government of Malaysia $3.9 billion to settle charges against the bank related to the embezzlement of some $4.5 billion from Malaysia's...
Bill Ackman’s Pershing Square Tontine special purpose acquisition company entered the market on Tuesday above its original pricing.
Loan servicer Ocwen got a big lift following Thursday's announcement that the company expects to post positive net income in the second quarter. Maybe the company has put a long run of bad years...
Morgan Stanley released better than expected second-quarter earnings report before the opening bell on Thursday, due in part to strong Sales and Trading revenues.
The tale of the tape was drastically different when JPMorgan and Wells Fargo reported quarterly results, and this was reflected somewhat in what analysts are saying about them after the fact.