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Photo of ex-Goldman CEO Lloyd Blankfein loving retirement shows how dramatically he’s ‘lost stature’
"I knew I’d lose stature when I left my old job," Blankfein wrote on Twitter. "Thank you Harvard basketball team for rubbing it in!!"
The loss fell under analysts' expectations, as Morgan Stanley had projected a $264 million hit for Goldman.
‘The inner city schools are not failing because of banks, okay?’ — JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon defended Wall Street against claims it...
Dimon pointed to banks' investments in health, training, infrastructure, and other areas when asked about rising anti-bank sentiment.
The bank cited the "lower interest rate environment" for the decline in net interest income and announced a $1.6 billion charge for litigation costs.
Crystal animals, Louis Vuitton luggage, and a trip to Las Vegas: Deutsche Bank reportedly showered China’s elite with lavish gifts to win busine...
The German lender doled out vintage wines and golf clubs, paid millions to connected consultants, and hired over 100 relatives of Chinese leaders.
Citigroup's trading results fell less than 1% amid hundreds of layoffs across the business, beating expectations for a 4% drop.
Goldman Sachs’ quarter soured by disappointing banking revenue, writedowns for Uber and other investments
Goldman took a $267 million markdown on public investments in companies like Uber and Tradeweb Markets.
‘The height of entitlement’: A Fed president retaliates against banker complaints over capital-injection operations
Banks would rather rely on the Federal Reserve to shoulder liquidity risk than account for volatility themselves, Fed President Neel Kashkari said.
Goldman Sachs, Wells Fargo, and JPMorgan kick off the first day of third-quarter earnings season. Netflix will look to recover from its last report.
The market’s next test: Bank of America weighs in on which sectors will crush it this earnings season — and which will flounder
Bank and brokerage stocks kick off third-quarter earnings on Monday but they're not among the winning or losing industries, BAML analysts said.