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News For C;WFC;MS;GS;BAC;USB;JPM From The Last 14 Days
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April 17, 2015
16:23 EDTJPMPrudential enters $4B credit agreement with JPMorgan
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16:11 EDTCOptions Update; April 17, 2015
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15:39 EDTCCostco deal with Visa, Citi has 'near zero' acceptance costs, Bloomberg says
Costco’s (COST) acceptance costs will be near zero under the terms of its new deal with Visa (V) and Citigroup (C), compared to the roughly 0.6% of each transaction it currently pays to incumbent card partner American Express (AXP), reported Bloomberg, citing people familiar with the deal. Reference Link
15:31 EDTMSNotable companies reporting before Monday's open
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13:54 EDTMSMorgan Stanley technical comments ahead of results
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13:43 EDTMSEarnings Watch: Morgan Stanley to report after CFO departs
Morgan Stanley (MS) is scheduled to report first quarter earnings before the open on Monday, April 20, with a conference call scheduled for 8:30 am ET. Morgan Stanley is an investment bank. EXPECTATIONS: Analysts are looking for earnings per share of 78c on revenue of $9.17B, according to First Call. The consensus range for EPS is 72c-86c on revenue of $8.87B-$9.55B. LAST QUARTER: Morgan Stanley reported weaker than expected fourth quarter results. The company said that its results were adversely affected by "choppy market conditions," although it characterized the results as strong. On February 25, the bank agreed to pay $3.6B to the U.S. to settle claims related to residential mortgage-backed securities. On March 11, Morgan Stanley announced that it would repurchase $3.1B of its shares and raise its dividend to 15c per share from 10c per share. On March 24, the bank announced that its CFO, Ruth Porat, would resign to take a similar position at Google (GOOG). Morgan Stanley announced that it had chosen Jonathan Pruzan, the co-head of its Global Financial Institutions Group in Investment Banking, to succeed Porat. STREET RESEARCH: Two research firms were divided on the outlook for Morgan Stanley's Q1 results. On March 16, well-known analyst Dick Bove of Rafferty Capital wrote that the bank's Q1 results were not looking strong. Trade data from the Federal Reserve suggested that Morgan Stanley was losing ground in several key categories, with trading flat to down overall and investment banking not faring much better. However, Bove continued to identify the bank as one of his top picks for 2015. However, Susquehanna on April 7 raised its estimates for Morgan Stanley, citing a stronger fixed income performance, driven by rate and currency volatility. Morgan Stanley's Q1 results should improve nicely versus its Q4 performance, added the firm, which nonetheless reiterated a Neutral rating on the stock. PEER RESULTS: Goldman Sachs (GS) reported stronger than expected Q1 results, as its investment banking revenue rose 7% versus the same period a year earlier and its institutional client services revenue surged 23% year-over-year. JPMorgan (JPM) reported on Monday that its Q1 gross investment banking revenue from its commercial banking clients had soared 68%. PRICE ACTION: Morgan Stanley's stock is up 5% over the last three months and up over 10% over the last six months.
10:00 EDTGSOn The Fly: Analyst Downgrade Summary
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08:09 EDTGSGoldman results strong but jury still out on fixed income, says Oppenheimer
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08:04 EDTCCiti reported 'solid beat,' says Oppenheimer
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07:31 EDTBAC, WFC, USB, GS, MS, JPM, CU.K. postpones debt buyback due to Bloomberg terminal crash, WSJ reports
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06:33 EDTBACSources: Halliburton hires BofA, Deutsche Bank to sell assets, Reuters reports
According to sources, Reuters reports that Bank of America (BAC) and Deutsche Bank (DB) have been hired by Halliburton (HAL) to sell two assets that could be valued at up to $5B. Bank of America will work to sell some of Halliburton's Sperry Drilling business, including logging-while-drigging, directional drilling and measuring-while-drilling, while Deutsche Bank is mandated to sell Halliburton's drill bits businesses. Halliburton is seeking to divest some assets to ease regulators' antitrust concerns in its $35B merger deal with Baker Hughes (BHI). Reference Link
06:13 EDTGSGoldman Sachs downgraded to Market Perform from Outperform at Keefe Bruyette
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April 16, 2015
17:28 EDTGSGoldman Sachs looks like a buy, Barron's says
Goldman Sachs looks like a buy, after reporting quarterly results, as concerns seem to be overdone, Barron's contends in its 'Barron's Take' column. Reference Link
16:21 EDTGS, COn The Fly: Top stock stories for Thursday
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16:02 EDTBAC, COptions Update; April 16, 2015
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15:08 EDTGSGoldman Sachs price target raised to $250 from $229 at Rafferty Capital
12:57 EDTWFCEarnings Watch: Analyst sentiment positive ahead of GE's Q1 report
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12:37 EDTGS, COn The Fly: Top stock stories at midday
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12:25 EDTBACBank of America settles FX-rigging lawsuit, Reuters reports
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12:01 EDTCCiti says has started buying back stock
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