The Citigroup CEO takes Wall Street by surprise, leaving puzzled investors guessing about his motives.
Stocks move higher as quarterly results from 3 Dow members provide hope that earnings season may not be as bad as feared.
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Shares of the bank rose more than 5% Monday, and other financial companies saw a corresponding lift.
Stocks are higher as report shows surprisingly strong retail sales in September.
Berkshire Hathaway's large stake in the bank puts it in the position of fighting the Fed.
Mortgage lending was the brightest spot in the quarter for Wells Fargo and JPMorgan Chase.
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