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Bank Results Season: Wells Fargo does match JP Morgan in Earnings of $5.6 Bln (Q3 2013)

Of course, JP Morgan booked $9 Bln in expenses to settlements that eroded the profit banks for the September quarter, Wells Fargo saved up its improving credentials in profit making … Continue reading

October 11, 2013

It’s MoNDaY aGaiN: Cleveland OH, St. Louis MO , Omaha NE and Los Angeles CA (US Economy& Markets: July 29 – August 02, 2013)

One would say these area few of my favorite things, but from a report in September 2012 (Business Week) these are among the nation’s top 50 but barely with Anchorage … Continue reading

July 29, 2013

Bank Results Season: Citi continues to blaze trail under new CEO ($1.33 per share Q2 2013)

  The second quarter at Citi followed the pattern established in Q1 and the bank was unable to break the revenue ceiling under Mike Corbat with another $20bln+ revenue quarter … Continue reading

July 15, 2013

Monte De Paschi state aid not Basel III, Lloyd close to selling 600 branches | Banking insight

Monte De Paschi de Siena is getting new state aid from Mario Monti’s government of upto EUR 3.5 B to make a pitstop as it was marked by EBA in … Continue reading

June 27, 2012

Derisking your capital-at-large portfolio | Advantage Banking (European Banks deleveraging)

Caution: The contents of this bank secret are not proprietary and frequently in use at all large institutions including those not targeted by the Occupy movement. Most parts of this … Continue reading

December 29, 2011 · 1 Comment

Fed chooses New Capital rules for its Large Banks | Advantage Banks

Probably assessing their better liquidity position and on lobby pressures, the Fed has agreed to stagger the capital rules to be applicable for $50 bln assets plus Systematically important Financial … Continue reading

December 20, 2011 · 2 Comments

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