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March 14, 2013
17:26 EDTDFSDiscover receives no objection to capital plan, approves $2.4B buy back program
Discover announced that its board has approved a new share repurchase program authorizing the company to repurchase up to $2.4B of its common stock, and that it plans to increase its quarterly common stock dividend. These actions were part of the company's capital plan, which was submitted to the Federal Reserve as part of the 2013 Capital Plan Review. The Federal Reserve notified Discover that it has no objections to the capital actions through March 31, 2014, set forth in the company's capital plan. It replaces the prior $2B share repurchase program, which had approximately $600M of remaining authorization as of March 14. Any share repurchases after March 31, 2014, would be subject to receiving Federal Reserve non-objection to the company's 2014 capital plan. The company's capital plan includes an increase in the quarterly dividend from 14c-20c per share of common stock in Q2.
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October 22, 2014
16:33 EDTDFSOn The Fly: Closing Wrap
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07:40 EDTDFSDiscover beat Q3 despite conservatism in reserves, say Susquehanna
Susquehanna said Discover reported a solid Q3 despite investing to build reserves. The firm said loan and revenue growth were in-line and the company is continuing to buy shares and improve capital ratios. Susquehanna reiterates its Positive rating and $77 price target on Discover.
October 21, 2014
16:44 EDTDFSDiscover sees FY14 operating expenses approximately $3.3B
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16:43 EDTDFSDiscover sees Q4 net interest margin down slightly
16:42 EDTDFSDiscover reports Q3 Tier 1 capital ratio 15.6%
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16:10 EDTDFSDiscover reports Q3 Discover Card sales volume $29.61B vs. $27.99B last year
Discover reports net charge-off rate for credit card loans increased 11 basis points from the prior year to 2.16% and the delinquency rate for loans over 30 days past due increased 4 basis points to 1.71%.
16:08 EDTDFSDiscover reports Q3 total loans up $4.6B to $67.4B
Discover reports Direct Banking pretax income of $981M in the quarter was up $63M, or 7%, from the prior year. Total loans ended the quarter at $67.3B, up 7.4% compared to the prior year. Credit card loans ended the quarter at $53.7B, up 6.6% from the prior year. Personal loans increased $835M, or 20.9%, from the prior year and private student loans increased $369M, or 4.5%, from the prior year. Excluding purchased student loans, private student loans grew $884 million, or 23.1%, from the prior year. Revenue net of interest expense increased $129M, up 7% from the prior year due to loan growth and net interest margin expansion.
16:06 EDTDFSDiscover reports Q3 EPS $1.37, consensus $1.34
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15:30 EDTDFSNotable companies reporting after market close
Notable companies reporting after the market close, with earnings consensus, include Yahoo! (YHOO), consensus 30c; ACE (ACE), consensus $2.34; Discover Financial (DFS), consensus $1.34; Pinnacle Financial (PNFP), consensus 51c; Broadcom (BRCM), consensus 84c; Intuitive Surgical (ISRG), consensus $3.80; FMC Technologies (FTI), consensus 74c; Robert Half International (RHI), consensus 58c; E-Trade (ETFC), consensus 22c; Nabors Industries (NBR), consensus 36c; Waste Connections (WCN), consensus 54c; Cubist Pharmaceuticals (CBST), consensus 4c; Sonic (SONC), consensus 34c; American Campus Communities (ACC), consensus 43c; Cree (CREE), consensus 36c; Fulton Financial (FULT), consensus 20c; Costamare (CMRE), consensus 41c; Hawaiian Holdings (HA), consensus 78c; Ethan Allen (ETH), consensus 36c; Sabra Health (SBRA), consensus 55c; Rush Enterprises (RUSHA), consensus 51c.

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