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The Mid-Week Trend Update: Banking heavies on watchlist as US exits S&P ‘risk’

The week’s continuing month long Global FX turn seemed ominous for the big banks, Citi coming under fire from one of the rare remaining bears (analyst Mr Peabody) as Emerging … Continue reading

June 13, 2013

Bank Earnings Season: Bank of America tries to do the impossible with its Housing portfolio? (Q4 and Full Year 2012)

Though the bank managed the hit from settlements well enough and the expected decine in charge offs together with ready provisioning enabled the bank to avoid losses on the last … Continue reading

January 17, 2013

BofA gives up more to struggling Fannie Mae | Bank Earnings Season

in a second settlement that will hurt BofA immediately in the fourth quarter the bank agreed to pay Fannie mae nearly $7 bln for some 32000 mortgages faultily sold to … Continue reading

January 8, 2013

Bank Results Season: (Bank of America) A grinch got the banks this season

December 2010 results pouring in have been harrowing to say the least. Bank of America has started its results day with news of a loss. Excluding $2bn impairment charges, the … Continue reading

January 21, 2011 · 1 Comment

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