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Shares of large bank stocks were down 0.7 percent at 1:30 p.m. ET, as measured by the S&P 500 Banks index .SPXBK after JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM.N), Citigroup Inc (C.N) and Wells Fargo & Co (WFC.N) reported second-quarter results. Wells Fargo was the only one of the three lenders whose profit did not meet Wall Street expectations. The scandal-plagued bank was hurt by costs relating to past misconduct and a decline in mortgage lending. Although Citigroup beat profit estimates, its revenues fell short of expectations.
Citigroup’s loan growth said little about the U.S, economy because it came largely from corporations looking for international trade loans and working capital financing as well as from private banking clients in Asia, Chief Financial Officer John Gerspach told reporters, JPMorgan, the largest U.S, bank by assets, had the strongest results, with profit jumping 18 percent year-over-year on strong trading revenue and loan growth, But Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon warned that clients are sterling, copper & spinel laureate head of apollo cufflinks worried about a global trade war after U.S, President Donald Trump ramped up his protectionist rhetoric in recent weeks..
Trade disputes, particularly with China, are creating uncertainty, Dimon said on a conference call with reporters. “It’s affecting psyche more than it is economics,” he said. “There are unpredictable outcomes when you start skirmishes like this with multiple countries.”. Even so, consumers and businesses remain confident enough to transact and borrow, Dimon later told analysts. “If you’re looking for potholes out there, there are not a lot of things,” he said. “Growth is accelerating.”.
Citigroup Chief Executive Officer Michael Corbat acknowledged trade concerns but said, so far, they had not resulted in significant changes to the way clients transact, “It’s the rhetoric we’re tracking,” he told analysts, “I think the markets have fears of what the rhetoric leads to but, at this point, we’re not seeing it come through in the numbers.”, Both JP Morgan and Citigroup benefited from strong equities trading during the quarter - JP Morgan’s equity trading revenue increased by 24 percent sterling, copper & spinel laureate head of apollo cufflinks while Citi’s equity trading revenue was up 19 percent, That bodes well for Bank of America (BAC.N) Goldman Sachs (GS.N) and Morgan Stanley (MS.N), each of which have substantial equities trading operations and are due to report quarterly earnings next week..
Despite a favorable trading environment, shares in U.S. banks have underperformed the broader market this year because investors think the record profits are the result of one-time tax cuts and share buybacks rather than underlying strength in their businesses, according to analysts. Investors want to see more growth in revenue and in pretax profit, according to Charles Peabody of Portales Partners, who said on Thursday the strong growth in earnings across the industry “is coming from financial engineering: a onetime tax cut and share buybacks.”.
LONDON (Reuters) - Comcast (CMCSA.O) expects to pay the banks, law firms and other advisers on its 25.9 billion pound ($34.23 billion) bid for Sky SKYB.L as much as 243 million pounds sterling, copper & spinel laureate head of apollo cufflinks if it wins the battle for the British broadcaster, the U.S, cable giant said on Friday, Sky is at the center of a complex trans-Atlantic bidding war between Twenty-First Century Fox (FOXA.O), Comcast and Walt Disney (DIS.N) that will generate large fees for advisory firms working on all sides, Fox, which already owns 39 percent of Sky, and Comcast are fighting for control of the British pay-television group, At the same time, Comcast and Disney are vying to buy the bulk of Fox’s film and TV assets, including its Sky stake..
Comcast expects to pay its advisers between 203 million pounds and 243 million pounds in total for their work on the Sky bid, the U.S. group estimated in its formal offer document for the British company on Friday. The lion’s share of the fees — up to 170.3 million pounds — will go to the lenders, including Bank of America, that are co-ordinating the financing for Comcast’s offer. The cable giant will also pay between 22.7 million pounds and 37.8 million pounds to the firms that are providing it with financial advice.
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