|Day Low/High||13.26 / 13.39|
|52 Wk Low/High||10.23 / 18.79|
Strong wealth management inflows, better margins and restructuring progress have boosted Credit Suisse stock
On Tuesday, Feb. 14, investors await Congressional testimony from Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen and Credit Suisse's latest earnings.
For the week of Feb. 13, investors await Congressional testimony from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and a host of major earnings reports.
Japanese stocks are on a roll with Shinzo Abe due to meet the new president on Friday, but Trump's stance on trade with the world's third-biggest economy is anyone's guess.
Investors await a European Central Bank decision on rates, and Credit Suisse settles with the Department of Justice.
Credit Suisse has finalized a multi-billion dollar settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice. The bank will pay $5.3 billion to settle claims it misled investors.
Consider how many post-election predictions of disaster have not happened.
Aggressive and patient traders can look to buy weakness in CS.
U.S. stocks moved slightly lower Friday in a quiet trading session, as the Dow Jones Industrial Average's march to 20,000 stalled.
Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse announce settlements with the Department of Justice totaling $12.5 billion.
A shootout between Milan police and the Berlin terror attack suspect ends in the death of Anis Amri.
None of the big banks in Europe seems big enough to hurt us anymore.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average hovered agonizingly close to its historic 20,000 level, though failed to gather the last bit of momentum to top the milestone.
The Dow's winning streak continued with the index closing higher for the 18th time in 22 sessions and clinching a record settlement for the third day in a row.
U.S. stocks moved higher Thursday's as investors enjoyed a second day rally on the heels of Donald Trump's presidential election.
Shares of European banking stocks, including Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank moved sharply higher Thursday, buoyed by Donald Trump's presidential election.
Shares of Credit Suisse were lower Thursday after the Switzerland-based lender added to its litigation reserves in the third quarter.
Facebook's ad sales outlook scares investors, while Chesapeake Energy posts a surprise profit.
On Thursday, November 3, investors will get quarterly results from Starbucks and Credit Suisse.
Risk takers might be interested players, especially on dips.
Snap Inc., the owner of Snapchat, has got to come public because the IPO window could soon snap shut, says Jim Cramer.
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Fourteen banks tested blockchain technology in the syndicated loan market, and benefits were seen.
Iran agreeing to limits below pre-sanction levels is as likely as the Eagles winning the Super Bowl.
Banks, retailers and restaurants should be on fire, but instead they're burning down.
Price of gold should benefit more from 'crisis' at Deutsche Bank.
The struggling German bank is looking for Goldman Sachs-like penalties for its pre-crisis dealings.
The energy company's debt troubles may outweigh its potential in the growing Permian region.
Remember the European banking crisis? Well, where is it now?
Bank of England's Carney gives indications repercussions weren't as bad as expected.