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March 6, 2013
06:19 EDTBAC, MSMorgan Stanley hires Chris Randazzo from Merrill Lynch, WSJ reports
Morgan Stanley (MS) has hired Chris Randazzo to head technology for its wealth and investment management business, reports the Wall Street Journal. Randazzo, who will succeed Moira Kilcoyne, was previously with Bank of America's (BAC) Merrill Lynch unit. Reference Link
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April 15, 2015
07:04 EDTBACBank of America CEO says seeing 'encouraging' signs in consumer, client activity
“Continuing the trend from last quarter, we saw core loan and deposit growth, higher mortgage originations, and increased wealth management client balances," said CEO Brian Moynihan. “We retained a top position in investment banking as our team generated the highest advisory fees since the Merrill Lynch merger. We see continued encouraging signs in customer and client activity, with consumer spending increasing and utilization of credit by our commercial customers rising. This should bode well for the near-term economic outlook. At a time of continued low interest rates, we had good expense control as we focus on responsible growth with a balanced platform to create long-term value for customers and shareholders.” "We continued to strengthen an already strong and liquid balance sheet this quarter," said CFO Bruce Thompson. "We improved our liquidity, accreted capital and tightly managed expenses in a challenging interest rate environment. Meanwhile, credit quality remained strong, reflecting both the economic environment and our risk underwriting."
07:02 EDTBACBank of America reports Q1 EPS with items 27c, consensus 29c
Reports Q1 revenue $21.2B, consensus $21.5B. Results Include $1.0B, or 6c per share, in annual retirement-eligible incentive costs and $0.5B, or 3c per share, in charges to revenue for market-related net interest income adjustments.
06:11 EDTBAC, MSRegulators seek to end 'too big to fail' firms, WSJ reports
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April 14, 2015
19:56 EDTMSMorgan Stanley nearing $1B deal for oil trading and storage unit, WSJ says
Castleton Commodities International has become the leading bidder for Morgan Stanley's oil-trading and storage unit, offering more than $1B for the business, reports the Wall Street Journal, citing people familiar with the matter. Any potential deal remains weeks away, said the sources.Reference Link
15:34 EDTBACNotable companies reporting before tomorrow's open
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15:34 EDTBACBank of America April 16 straddle priced for 3.4% movement into Q1
14:38 EDTBACEarnings Watch: Bank of America to report after mixed reviews from Fed
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14:36 EDTBACBank of America technical comments ahead of earnings
The stock is trading up to resistance at the 50-day moving average, last at $15.95. Since November 2013, the stock has been trading in a range bound largely by $15 at the low and $18 at the high. A break of either end of the range would help guide where shares might trade thereafter. Failing news that is sufficiently bullish or bearish, we could expect the stock to trade in the same range until another catalyst emerges. On better news, resistance above current levels would be at $16.62, $17.22, and then at $18. If the news is more bearish than expected, a breakdown below $15 might be probable. In that event next support levels below $15 as downside objectives would be at $14.37 which is the 52-week low and then at $13.49 and $12.80.
08:35 EDTMSEtsy offering vendors chance to participate in IPO, WSJ reports
Etsy (ETSY), through a program being overseen by Morgan Stanley (MS), is giving its vendors and other small investors the opportunity to buy as much as $2,500 in stock just before its public float, reported The Wall Street Journal. The bank's customary account fees are being waived for the program, via which participants can offer to buy between $100 and $2,500 worth of Etsy stock, people familiar with the matter told the Journal. Reference Link
07:35 EDTBACBank of America April volatility elevated into Q1 and outlook
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April 13, 2015
09:24 EDTBACBank of America shares are cheap, says Morgan Stanley
Morgan Stanley said its sum of the parts of analysis of Overweight rated Bank of America indicates a value of $21. The firm said Bank of America's current share price implies no value for the wealth management division, which it values at $4.84 per share. Morgan Stanley said shares are cheap and recommends purchase.
07:52 EDTMSPotential rule change on accounts to likely be manageable, says JMP Securities
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07:19 EDTBACbloomberg to hold a summit
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07:16 EDTMSTechWeek to hold a conference
TechWeek Detroit 2015 is being held in Detroit on 4/13-19.
April 10, 2015
09:57 EDTBACBank of America April volatility elevated into Q1 and outlook
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06:21 EDTBACBofA Merrill poaches JP Morgan's Brabazon for M&A group, Reuters reports
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April 8, 2015
10:26 EDTBACBofA Merill Lynch names De Giorgi, Assef as investment banking co-heads, FT says
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April 7, 2015
11:02 EDTBACAmerican Express slips after analyst, columnist highlight challenges
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08:11 EDTMSGoldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley estimates raised at Susquehanna
Susquehanna raised its estimates for both Goldman Sachs (GS) and Morgan Stanley (MS) to reflect a strong quarter for FICC driven by interest rate and currency volatility and more stable credit markets as well as better I&L. Susquehanna maintains Neutral ratings on both Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley shares.
07:16 EDTBACRising competition may make AmEx targets hard to achieve, WSJ says
Though American Express recently reaffirmed its long-term targets for growing revenue 8% per year or better and earnings per share by 12%-15% per year while increasing operating expenses by less than 3% per year, there are good reasons to be skeptical about its ability to hit those targets, according to The Wall Street Journal's "Heard on the Street" column. Competition from peer Visa (V) as well as big banks such as Citi (C) and Bank of America (BAC) may put pressure on AmEx’s margins and it is not safe to assume that the company will always fare as well on the Fed's stress tests as it just did, the report stated. Reference Link
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