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BANK OF AMERICA: Companies are crushing earnings season so far — but the firms missing forecasts are being punished more than usual

The worse-than-usual performance by some companies suggests investors may not be confident in their long-term outlooks, Bank of America analysts said.

Wall Street is sounding the alarm as a key source of stock-market buying evaporates

Share buybacks fell 18% year-over-year in the second quarter, Goldman analysts found, and the second half of the year will likely see further decline.

Wall Street keeps embarrassing itself every time Trump talks about China

Stocks leap every time Trump claims to have a trade deal with China. The deal is never really there, and Wall Street just looks dumb.

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!!"

Goldman Sachs says it absorbed a $80 million write-down after WeWork’s IPO disaster

The loss fell under analysts' expectations, as Morgan Stanley had projected a $264 million hit for Goldman.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon.

‘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.

Wells Fargo posts earnings miss driven by $1.6 billion expense linked to scandals

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.
Deutsche Bank reportedly showered China's elite with lavish gifts and hired their relatives to win business in the country.

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 posts strong trading results amid layoffs, beats profit estimates

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.