Two posts today, this one and the one below.
From time to time this blog takes a look how those 379 companies that pushed for same-sex marriage before the Supreme Court are doing. Among those 379 companies are several major American banks. In light of this next article, of which it is interesting to note that JPMorgan is one of the 379 . . .
Yellen: JPMorgan Chase Threatens America's Economy
I thought we could see if there have been any other interesting news articles about some of those other major banks.
And there are.
Top six U.S. Banks Have 247 Trillion Dollars Of Exposure To Derivatives
Here Are The Banks The Market Is Most Concerned About
Wells Fargo Is Bad, But Citi Is Worse
Citi: "We Have A Problem"
Deutsche Bank wounded, lashes out at central bankers: stop easing, you are crushing us
Deutsche Bank Stock Crashes To Record Low
"Investors Have Completely Lost Faith In Deutsche Bank" A Top 10 Shareholder Admits
Deutsche Bank Derivative Implosion have been confirmed by the pending sale of $1.1 TRILLION in derivatives to 3 US big banks
Deutsche Bank Tumbles After CEO Says Bank Won't Be Profitable This Year
Goldman Closes "Top Trade For 2016" With 5.4% Loss Just 11 Days Into 2016, As US Banks Tumble
Goldman Sachs' fourth-quarter earnings essentially wiped out, bank to pay $5 billion settlement related to residential mortgage-backed securities it sold between 2005 and 2007
Goldman Pays Fine For Causing 2008 Crisis As “The Rest of the World Faced Financial Armageddon”
Goldman Earnings Plunge 55% In Worst Quarter Since 2011; Average Compensation Crashes
Gay or straight? JPMorgan wants to know sexual preference of their employees
Morgan Stanley Profit Plunges By More Than 50% As Trading Revenue Tumbles 40%
Wells Fargo's Problem Emerges: $17 Billion In Junk Energy Exposure
Wells Fargo Misjudged the Risks of Energy Financing (Bloomberg)