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November 20, 2012
17:06 EDTRJFRaymond James says October commissions down 2.8% vs. September
In a regulatory filing the company said: Securities commissions were down 2.8% over last month while up over 46.3% over last October due in large part to the Morgan Keegan acquisition. This month's commission volume was impacted by a modest decrease from the preceding month in the Private Client Group and by a more significant decline in the Capital Markets segment.
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August 21, 2014
07:01 EDTRJFRaymond James estimates raised on July trends at Credit Suisse
Credit Suisse raised Raymond James estimates following strong July M&A and capital markets activity, and PCG commission generation. The firm views shares as undervalued and reiterates its Outperform rating and $59 price target.
August 20, 2014
16:26 EDTRJFRaymond James reports July commissions and fees up 18.1% to $285.1M
Total securities commissions and fees of $285.1M increased 18.1% over last year’s July and 3.8% over the preceding month. An increase in the Private Client Group was driven primarily by strong growth of assets in fee-based accounts, which are billed based on balances at the beginning of the quarter. In the Capital Markets segment, an uptick in market volatility and an active underwriting calendar in July resulted in a robust increase in institutional equity commissions, which was almost completely offset by continued declines in institutional fixed income commissions. Client assets under administration of $473.4B grew 13.3% over the prior year’s July but declined 1.2% during the month, as the S&P 500 dropped 1.5% in July. Similarly, financial assets under management of $64B increased 16.4% over the prior year’s July but declined 2% during the month.

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