CNBC: Finance

Bank regulatory rewrite headed to Trump's desk hands a victory to small and regional lenders

The bill cuts dozens of large regional lenders off the list of banks considered too big to fail.

Deutsche Bank will 'sharply' scale back its US presence and global equities trading: Report

Deutsche Bank is dialing down its global equities trading business, according to reports.

Comcast's cash offer for Fox assets may have difficult tax implications, sources say

Disney's stock offer would allow Fox to spin off the assets tax free, while a cash offer could result in a taxable spin.

Your first trade for Wednesday, May 23

The "Fast Money" traders share their first moves for the market open.

Trump throws more cold water on China trade deal, saying current framework 'too hard to get done'

President Trump signals a possible new direction for trade talks between the world's two largest economies.

Nordstrom's post-earnings sell-off was 'overdone,' buy for its digital strategy, Deutsche Bank says

Nordstrom's recent earnings sell-off presents a compelling buying opportunity, according to Deutsche Bank.

Comcast is in the advanced stages of preparing a 'superior' all-cash bid for Fox assets

Comcast says it's in "advanced stages of preparing" an offer for parts of 21st-Century Fox.

Investors should 'absolutely' own mainland China assets: Bank Julius Baer

The market size,inexpensive assets, and better management were among reasons cited by Mark Matthews of Bank Julius Baer.

Public sector assets saw a record $2.5 trillion surge in value last year

A global economic upswing helped the value of assets at central banks, sovereign and public pension funds in 2017.

Barclays is reportedly looking at a potential merger with Standard Chartered

Directors from Barclays and Stanchart met to discuss the potential benefits of merging, the Financial Times reported.

'World War III' worries me more than economic sanctions, says chief of Russia's VTB Bank

Diplomatic tensions and the "aggressive policy" of the U.S. toward Russia are of more concern than sanctions, Andrei Kostin told CNBC.

Cash is still king even as digital payments are set to rise, says PayPal CTO

There are 3 things that payments companies must do to convince people to switch to digital payments, says PayPal's CTO.

SoftBank is selling its entire Flipkart stake to Walmart

SoftBank Group said it is selling its roughly 20 percent stake in Indian e-commerce firm Flipkart to Walmart.

In loosening bank regulation, GOP House closes a loophole linked to Puerto Rico's financial crisis

U.S. lawmakers closed a long-standing legal loophole that helped spark a financial crisis in Puerto Rico that has decimated the savings of thousands of residents

After-hours buzz: RRGB, TCS & more

See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell.

Raytheon downgraded as Credit Suisse curbs its enthusiasm for defense and aerospace

The hot trade in aerospace and defense – including that of industry leader Raytheon – is coming to an end, according to Credit Suisse.

Spiking AutoZone shares roll completely over and tank on cost concerns raised on earnings call

AutoZone shares drop after worries of rising costs for the company were raised during its quarterly earnings call.

Global dealmaking on pace to smash record books, already above $2 trillion this year

Worldwide deal-making surged to the $2 trillion mark this week, adding to the all-time record pace already set this quarter, according to data from Thomson Reuters Deals Intelligence.

The biggest winner from the unfolding US-China trade deal so far is Germany

Germany sells more passenger cars in China than any other country, according to the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers.

NYSE president says June IPO calendar is 'strong' as she takes on new role

NYSE's parent company, Intercontinental Exchange, named Stacey Cunningham NYSE's president on Tuesday