and other data for a number of reasons, such as keeping FT Sites reliable and secure,
personalising content and ads, providing social media features and to
analyse how our Sites are used.
Imani was a New York-based reporter who followed the largest banks on Wall Street and their influence over global markets and economies.
Prior to joining the FT she covered US banks for Reuters and breaking news for the Wall Street Journal. She graduated from Duke University with a bachelor's degree in public policy.
Add this topic to your myFT Digest for news straight to your inbox
Provision by credit card group takes gloss off better than forecast quarterly results
Increase in net interest income helps offset investment banking weakness and bad loan provisions
Plus, are regulators ‘spending too much time on crypto’?
Wall St is charging more for loans but setting aside money for a possible downturn
Plans to shut institutional banking services come as US lender reports 25% drop in quarterly profit
Profits fall more than 30% in third quarter as US lender braces for economic downturn
Plus, which payments platforms have the most disputed transactions and a look at Robinhood’s next act
Cash funds replace traditional gifts such as salt shakers and towels as property prices rise
US group’s move comes as rivals push into UK market via digital arms
Plus, Wall Street benefits from hiring slowdown in Silicon Valley
Rapid rise in cost of borrowing to put pressure on raging housing market
Plus, our scoop on Revolut's business review, code-named Project Prism
United Wholesale and Rocket pursue aggressive strategies as others pull back or go out of business
Plus, St James’s Place joins the 21st century with its first mobile app and a 20-year-old meme stock winner
US bank fails to find buyer in wake of international sanctions after Putin’s invasion of Ukraine
Investment group increases stakes in Apple, Paramount Global and oil companies
Plus, US fintech acquisitions tumble, and why Secfi chief Frederik Mijnhardt thinks equity financing reaps benefits all round
Big card issuers step up marketing efforts despite the economy slipping into a technical recession
Plus, how today’s uncertain times impact quant funds and a Q&A with EquityZen’s co-founder
Signs of distress emerge as Americans save less and poorer borrowers fall behind on car loans
Second-largest US bank by assets reports 32% drop in net income
Digital companies that boomed during lockdowns hit by fears they cannot withstand a recession
Consumers and corporates keep spending despite higher interest rates
Some firms are dragging their feet on recruitment and telegraphing lower pay
Net income at both lenders fell nearly 30% in second quarter as work on IPOs and Spacs dried up