Jamie Dimon

Is Jamie Dimon warning of a downturn?


Loans grew 6% at JPMorgan Chase, but the bank is "not going to be stupid" and assume that will last forever, its CEO says. Here are some precautionary steps it's taking.


JPMorgan misses on revenue, earnings; echoes Citi in trading slump


The bank, which plans to host an investor day next month, didn’t provide any annual targets for 2019. The company said it expects net interest income to be little changed in the first quarter.


More fallout from rising rates?; BlackRock looks ahead


Housing and auto sales are just the first sectors to feel pain from rising rates; BlackRock may have identified its next CEO.


Cuomo names new DFS head; UBS courting former BofA executive


Linda Lacewell replaces Maria Vullo as New York’s chief financial regulator; the Swiss bank is reportedly talking to Christian Meissner about a senior role.


Housing market signals warning; another Deutsche Bank scandal?


Loans to house flippers dropped 11% in the third quarter, indicating "possible turbulence;" the German bank may have allowed some clients to claim tax credits on stock they didn't own.


Buffett raises bets on big banks, adds stakes in JPMorgan, PNC


Berkshire Hathaway plowed $13 billion into bank stocks in the third quarter that included new investments in JPMorgan and PNC and additional investments in Bank of America and Goldman Sachs.


Evelyn Davis, thorn in side of banks and other firms, dies at 89


The activist investor butted heads with Warren Buffett and Henry Paulson, but had nothing but praise for Jamie Dimon.


Regulators secretly halted JPMorgan Chase’s growth for years


Under the Obama administration, the OCC quietly prevented JPMorgan Chase from opening branches in new states as punishment for violating banking rules, according to sources.


HSBC, Credit Suisse CEOs follow Dimon and ditch Saudi conference


The chief executive officers of HSBC and Credit Suisse became the latest top bankers to abandon an investment conference in Saudi Arabia as pressure grows on the kingdom amid allegations it killed a dissident journalist.


BofA’s missed opportunity; Seeing the bad in earnings


BofA hasn’t taken advantage of the benefits of owning Merrill Lynch; weakness seen despite stronger bank earnings.