Financial-services giant promotes two execs, offers to buy rest of Travelers.
But the Fed may dampen investors' enthusiasm Tuesday.
Bank is in line for Dime branches in Manhattan, Long Island.
Mid-quarter update includes veiled earnings warning.
Stock plunges after partner says earnings are declining.
Investors pause over acquisitions in low-growth markets.
Both companies have good growth prospects for 2000.
Higher fee income helps earnings hit the mark for numerous banks.
The firm agreed to buy Schroders' investment-banking arm for $2.2 billion.
Quarterly results were light on earnings surprises.
The company's fourth-quarter earnings beat expectations.
Fourth-quarter results were cluttered by acquisitions and divestitures.
M&I stumbles, but BB&T and Synovus are on track.
Company says corporate banking, consumer lending are keys to future growth.
The Cleveland bank would add to its fee-based income by pursuing other revenue streams.
McCoy's departure should lead to a restructuring or a sale.
Fund manager Michael Sandler says he's keeping Fannie, Freddie, and Philip Morris.
KeyCorp's latest restructuring should boost profits, but the bank may carve the turkey too close to the bone.
Bank One's warning lacks meaningful explanation.
Chase Manhattan's [[TICKER CMB]] revelation Monday that revenue from its trading unit was not what it seemed raises questions about oversight at the global bank.