Here's a look at today's banking and finance news:
- Investing blog Seeking Alpha examines why the major U.S. banks are still "a very bad bet."
- Analyst Dick Bove tells CNBC U.S. banks could actually benefit from the European debt crisis.
- Overall, U.S. markets have remained resilient amid negative reports from Europe - but that could change this week, the New York Times reports.
- After years of shunning Wall Street analysts, BofA investor Warren Buffett is inviting a few to his company's annual meeting, the Wall Street Journal reports.
- CNNMoney wonders, "Are big banks really changing their ways?"
What do you think about this morning's headlines? Are bank stocks a good investment? Will the overall markets falter as investor worries mount?