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March 26, 2014
17:53 EDTCMAComerica to repurchase $236M worth of common stock
Comerica Incorporated announced that after the Federal Reserve had completed its 2014 Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review, it did not object to the Comerica capital plan and capital distributions contemplated in the plan. Comerica's capital plan provides for up to $236M in share repurchases for the four-quarter period commencing in Q2. In addition, Comerica's capital plan includes the authority to redeem $150M of subordinated notes due 2018 when callable at par later this year. On January 21, and as part of its 2013 capital plan, Comerica announced that its board increased the quarterly cash dividend for common stock 12% to 19c per share, payable April 1 to common stock shareholders of record on March 14. The 2014 capital plan, which was approved by Comerica's board, further contemplates a 1c increase in Comerica's quarterly dividend to 20c per common share, a 5% increase over the current dividend rate. The dividend proposal will be considered by the board at its next scheduled meeting on April 22.
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September 15, 2014
17:17 EDTCMAComerica releases results of its mid-cycle stress test
In a severely adverse scenario, Comerica's total risk based capital ratio would be 11.4% through 2Q16. Reference Link
September 8, 2014
07:56 EDTCMAComerica loan growth weaker than expected, says BMO Capital
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07:55 EDTCMAComerica reports Q3 average loans though August $47.1B.
Comerica, in slides disclosed late Friday for an upcoming presentation by CEO Ralph Babb Jr. at the Barclays Global Financial Services Conference on Tuesday, September 9, updated on its third quarter. Comerica said average loans were tracking up 3% to $47.1B through August 31, compared to the Q2 average loans of $46.7B. In discussing July and August trends, Comerica said H.8 data shows commercial loan growth has slowed, compared to 1H14, and that pressure on yield persists from the low rate environment. The company added that its outlook for moderate average loan growth year over year remains unchanged.

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