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Morning Scan: Deutsche Back to Black; Senate Dems Seek Banker Pay Rules

Morning Scan: OCC Asks About Incentives; Wells CEO Apologizes

Morning Scan: MetLife's 'SIFI' Case; Wells Takes Case to TV

Morning Scan: TD Ameritrade Buying Scottrade; Visa and Blockchain

Morning Scan: Bank Penalties Weigh on Global Growth

Morning Scan: California Probes Wells; Amex Raises Outlook

Morning Scan: S&P Negative on Wells; Morgan Stanley Profit Jumps 57%

Morning Scan: Big Quarter for Goldman; Visa CEO Steps Down

Morning Scan: B of A Beats; Is Wells Doing Enough?

Morning Scan: Wells Crisis Analyzed; JPM' $6.3B Profit

Morning Scan: Stumpf Quits; Living Wills Offer Internal Bailouts

Morning Scan: CFPB Body Blow; Wells Looks to Reboot

Morning Scan: Wells Shuffles Execs; Commercial Loan Growth Slows

Morning Scan: Deutsche Cuts More Jobs, Mulls Spinoff

Morning Scan: CFPB to Regulate Mobile Payment Apps

Morning Scan: Protection for Prepaid Card Users; Living Wills Revised

Morning Scan: Ending Arbitration at Wells; Property Loan Pullback

Morning Scan: Deutsche Bank Steals Spotlight; Clawback Critique

Morning Scan: Threats to Split Up Wells Fargo; IBM Buys Promontory

Morning Scan: SEC Asked to Probe Wells

Morning Scan: Wells Claws Back Bonuses; Goldman Goes Flexible

Morning Scan: Tarullo Talks Stress Tests; Deutsche Stock Hit Again

Morning Scan: The Payments Revolution; Wells Fargo's Clawback Question

Morning Scan: Wells' Troubles Mount; Bill Would Boost Fintech

Morning Scan: House Wants Shot at Stumpf; Phones to Replace Banks?

Morning Scan: Stumpf Grilled; Buffett Protégé Joins JPM Board

Morning Scan: Heat Remains on Wells; Blockchain Editing Tool

Morning Scan: Wells' Sales Culture Ran Amok; Deutsche Says 'No'

Morning Scan: DOJ's $14B Deutsche Proposal; Big-Small Double-Standard?

Morning Scan: Wells Subpoenaed; Activist Seeks Changes to 'Clubby' Board

Banks are just as vulnerable to the kind of nation-state cyberattack Yahoo suffered, and can avoid some of the mistakes it made, says Samuel Visner of the consulting firm ICF and an adjunct professor at Georgetown University.