The situation at Deutsche Bank is deteriorating and shares are down 7% in Europe.
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf is giving up $41 million in unvested equity.
Voters will have the final say but U.S. financial markets first reaction seem to indicate that Democrat Hillary Clinton won the first debate in the presidential race.
Money managers will watch for any surprises about taxes, trade and business regulations from tonight's first presidential debate.
Hillary Clinton's tax plan would impose a 65% tax on the largest estates and make it harder for wealthy people to pass appreciated assets to their heirs without paying taxes.
The U.S. Central Bank kept the benchmark interest rate unchanged but hinted a rate hike is in the cards for December.
The Bank of Japan introduces a zero percent interest-rate target for 10 year government bonds to step up its fight against deflation.
The head of Wells Fargo says he is 'deeply sorry' for selling customers unauthorized bank accounts and credit cards.
5 people have been taken into custody near the Verrazano bridge in New York city and are reportedly being questioned about the weekend bombings in Manhattan and New Jersey.
Stocks fall as Wall Street eagerly awaits next week's meeting of the Federal Reserve.