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In Friday's earnings commentary , the Club upgraded Wells Fargo back to our buy-equivalent 1 rating — viewing Friday's drop as an opportunity to add shares. Taken together, it shows just how far the CEO has gone to rehabilitate Wells Fargo. That same year, Wells Fargo admitted to improperly charging home lending customers for mortgage-rate-lock extensions as well. WFC YTD mountain Wells Fargo (WFC) year-to-date performance The Federal Reserve ordered Wells Fargo to freeze its balance sheet in 2018, keeping its assets below $1.95 trillion until senior management cleaned up its act. Wells Fargo parted with most of its senior management from its pre-2019 era and remade its board of directors.
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These bank stocks are cheap and expected to rally
  + stars: | 2024-07-10 | by ( Sarah Min | )   time to read: +2 min
These bank stocks are cheap and expected to jump, according to CNBC Pro. The bank stock has underperformed this year, down more than 7%. But it's expected to surge 19% to its consensus price target, and has a forward P/E of 10.6. The stock is expected to gain 17% from here, and looks relatively cheap with its 10.1 forward P/E. It has a forward P/E of just 8.4.
Persons: Wells, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, It's, Stephens Organizations: CNBC Pro, Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Silicon Valley Bank, Regional Banking, CNBC, KBW Nasdaq, U.S, Bancorp, U.S . Bancorp, Western Alliance, East West Bancorp Locations: Wells Fargo, Silicon
TOKYO (AP) — Asian shares were trading mixed Thursday, after Wall Street recovered some losses from the day before. Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 momentarily reached a record high in early trading but slipped later to finish at 39,598.71, down 1.2%. “The positive handover from Wall Street, alongside lower Treasury yields and a weaker U.S. dollar, may offer some relief as Fed Chair’s testimony failed to drive much hawkish deviation from his usual script,” said Yeap Jun Rong, market analyst at IG. As always, Wall Street scrutinized each of Powell's words for hints about when the Federal Reserve could begin cutting its main interest rate, which is at its highest level since 2001. “We want to see a little more data so we can become more confident.”Traders have already shelved earlier expectations for a cut in March, and they’re now eyeing June as the likeliest beginning.
Persons: Australia's, , Yeap Jun Rong, Jerome Powell, CrowdStrike, Steven Mnuchin, Donald Trump, Powell, ” Powell, Rubeela Farooqi, Locker, Brent, Stan Choe Organizations: TOKYO, Wall, Nikkei, IG, Federal, Dow Jones, Nasdaq, Nvidia, Big Tech, New York Community Bancorp, U.S, Treasury, Federal Reserve, Fed, Traders, AP Locations: Hong, Shanghai
TOKYO (AP) — Asian shares mostly rose Friday, helped by optimism about technology shares following a Wall Street rally led by big tech stocks. On Wall Street, U.S. stocks bounced back in a widespread rally following their worst day since September. Such data could give the Federal Reserve more of the evidence it wants of a slowdown in inflation before it will deliver the cuts to interest rates that investors crave. Traders are increasingly betting the Federal Reserve will begin cutting interest rates in May, after pushing back expectations from March. High interest rates intentionally slow the economy, and they undercut prices for investments.
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Regional bank stocks are feeling the bite of the unfurling commercial property crisis in a rout that's giving SVB-collapse flashbacks. Commercial real estate loans are going sour with huge defaults on the horizon, pummeling banks from New York to Tokyo. Regional banks are a lot more exposed and vulnerable to commercial real estate loans. AdvertisementPlummeting regional bank stocks are giving investors déjà vu, but the underlying problem this time around is the commercial property crisis. The decline was led by New York Bancorp, which tumbled nearly 40% on Wednesday after posting a fourth-quarter loss of $260 million due to of sour commercial real estate loans.
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New York CNN —Stocks of small US lenders are still in the doldrums nearly a year after the regional banking crisis. The KBW Nasdaq Regional Banking index, which tracks the performance of regional lenders and thrifts, has fallen more than 2.4% this year compared to the benchmark S&P 500’s 2.6% gain. “This development is likely to … challenge the health of regional banks,” wrote José Torres, senior economist at Interactive Brokers, in a note on Thursday. Regional bank stocks struggled for much of 2023 after the collapses of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank sparked a flight on deposits and sent shockwaves through the stock and bond markets. High interest rates threatened to put pressure on regional banks’ bond portfolios and squeeze their bottom lines, creating a good old-fashioned bank run.
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Investors should stay away from bank stocks with more market turmoil on the cards, according to Steve Eisman. Eisman also said to avoid homebuilder stocks, which have been battered by rising interest rates. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementAdvertisementSteer clear of bank stocks with the turmoil from earlier this year likely to rear its head again soon, Steve Eisman has warned. Eisman is best known for his big bets against the US housing market ahead of the 2008 financial crisis, as depicted in Michael Lewis' book "The Big Short".
Persons: Steve Eisman, Eisman, , Steer, CNBC's, Freddie Mac, Michael Lewis Organizations: Service, First Republic, Nasdaq, Federal Locations: Silicon Valley, homebuilding
In what amounted to 27 rating actions on US banks, Moody's pointed to rising costs of capital, deteriorating profits, and climbing risks to assets. In effect, much of the stress on banks Moody's is responding to can be chalked up to the Federal Reserve's policy decisions over the past year and a half. "Most banks' deposits were flat or down only modestly, but the mix worsened, with non-interest-bearing deposits declining and banks paying more for deposits," Moody's strategists wrote. So Moody's downgrades aren't all doom and gloom for these firms, and it's always possible the moves are reversed once the outlook turns rosier. Banks are in the money business, he explained, and the Fed has made money harder to come by.
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Their risk-level assessments have been the basis for informing how much capital they need to hold on top of baseline requirements. Silicon Valley Bank accumulated a lot of paper losses, or unrealized losses, from holding bonds while the Fed hiked interest rates. But it did not need to hold capital to protect depositors from those losses. Some also expressed concerns that banks would pass on their higher capital costs to consumers in the form of higher fees to maintain their profit levels. However, UBS, Citizens Bank and Capital One will have to hold more capital.
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After depositor runs led to the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank this spring, investors and onlookers wondered how similarly sized institutions would fare. Would they have to merge with bigger banks? Then, when a third lender, First Republic Bank, flirted with destruction for weeks before being bought by JPMorgan Chase in May, it was hard to see how depositors would ever feel comfortable trusting midsize banks again. Quarterly earnings reports released this month detailing midsize banks’ performance from April through June have shown that their balance sheets look healthier than they did last quarter, with higher-quality loans and more money set aside to cover surprise losses. The KBW Nasdaq Regional Banking Index, a proxy for the industry, is rebounding after plunging 35 percent during the crisis.
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Goldman Sachs reported quarterly results Wednesday, the last of the major Wall Street institutions to turn in its numbers. Investors have generally cheered bank earnings this quarter. The KBW Nasdaq Bank Index is ahead some 4% this week through Tuesday's close, while the KBW Regional Banking Index is up more than 6%. Goldman reported significantly lower profit for the second quarter, hurt by write-downs in its consumer and asset-management businesses. Here's our report on Tuesday's bank results, including quarterly numbers from Morgan Stanley and Bank of America.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, Goldman, Morgan Stanley Organizations: Nasdaq, Bank of America, The Locations: Tuesday's, KBW
Stocks were mixed Monday afternoon after the Federal Reserve’s lending officer survey showed credit conditions tightened in the first quarter. The report kicked off a busy week with more corporate earnings and inflation data on tap. Regional bank stocks jumped at the open but lost much of that ground as trading progressed. The KBW Nasdaq Regional Banking index lost 1.8%. Oil prices rose, pointing to a recovery for Brent crude after finishing Friday with a third straight weekly loss.
Banks Are in the Grips of Investor Crisis of Confidence
  + stars: | 2023-05-07 | by ( Telis Demos | )   time to read: 1 min
WSJ’s Ben Eisen explains what the bank’s crisis means for customers, investors and the industry. Illustration: Preston JesseeFirst Republic Bank ’s seizure and sale to JPMorgan Chase was supposed to be a cathartic moment for American banks, the denouement of the financial system’s latest crisis of confidence. The relief lasted for barely a day. On Tuesday, shares of regional banks were plunging, with a handful of them dropping by double-digit percentages. At one point on Thursday, the KBW Nasdaq Regional Banking Index was down by 15% from the prior week, though it rallied back on Friday to finish the week down 8%.
The bank said it was talking to potential partners and investors, and would keep evaluating "all options to maximize shareholder value." The S&P 500 dropped 0.7%, while the Dow Jones Industrial Average slid 1.1% and the Nasdaq Composite gave up 0.3%. Western Alliance Bancorp was down 39% after the company denied a report that it was exploring strategic options, including a potential sale. First Horizon sank by 37% after its $13.4 billion sale to Toronto's TD Bank was called off. The jitters follow the failures of Silicon Valley Bank, Signature Bank and, more recently, First Republic Bank.
March Swoon Is Nothing New for Bank Investors
  + stars: | 2023-03-30 | by ( Charley Grant | )   time to read: 1 min
Bank stocks are reeling again in the wake of this month’s turmoil. They face a long road to win back investors. The abrupt collapses of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank sparked contagion fears in the sector, helping to pull the KBW Nasdaq Bank Index down 25% in March through Wednesday. That is on track to mark the fourth-worst month on record dating to 1992, according to Dow Jones Market Data.
Bank Stocks Slump After Fed Raises Rates
  + stars: | 2023-03-22 | by ( Gina Heeb | )   time to read: 1 min
Financial stocks dropped sharply Wednesday after the Federal Reserve raised interest rates by an expected quarter point and signaled that it isn’t overly concerned about economic risks tied to the collapse of several banks. The KBW Nasdaq index of commercial banks and the SPDR S&P Regional Banking ETF were both down about 4%, after earlier being down less than half that. Shares of two major regional banks, PNC Financial Services Group and U.S. Bancorp , were down more than 5%. JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Bank of America Corp. were down more than 2%.
Shares of First Republic sold off sharply on Monday as a selloff in regional bank stocks continued. Regional bank stocks staged their deepest retreat in three years on Monday, reflecting deepening investor concern about the health of the industry following three bank failures in the past week. The KBW Nasdaq index of commercial banks dropped more than 10%, with large lenders such as Comerica Inc. and Zions Bancorp declining more than 20%. The SPDR S&P Regional Banking ETF dropped more than 15%, putting it on pace for its largest decline since 2008.
Investors are fleeing bank stocks after the quick failure of Silicon Valley lender SVB Financial. Goldman Sachs is pointing traders to the highest-growth stocks in the new-look financial sector. US financial stocks were walloped this week after the back-to-back failures of Silicon Valley startup lender SVB Financial and crypto lender Silvergate. The stock fell 60% in a day. The KBW Nasdaq Bank Index fell 7.7% Thursday, its worst single-day loss in almost three years.
Investors dumped shares of SVB Financial Group and a swath of U.S. banks after the tech-focused lender said it lost nearly $2 billion selling assets following a larger-than-expected decline in deposits. The four biggest U.S. banks lost $52 billion in market value Thursday. The KBW Nasdaq Bank Index notched its biggest decline since the pandemic roiled the markets nearly three years ago. Shares of SVB, the parent of Silicon Valley Bank, fell more than 60% after it disclosed the loss and sought to raise $2.25 billion in fresh capital by selling new shares.
Banks’ Golden Deposits Could Turn Back to Lead
  + stars: | 2023-02-07 | by ( Telis Demos | )   time to read: 1 min
Bank stocks have been sizzling this year, but they should be handled with care. The latest earnings season for banks was marked by rising loss reserves and depressed Wall Street revenue, plus the view in some corners that interest rates might not keep rising for long—a trifecta of what is typically rough news for bank stocks. But the market seems to have liked what lenders have reported. The KBW Nasdaq Bank index has gained almost 14% this year, close to double the S&P 500’s rally.
Higher-for-Longer Rates Are Hammering Bank Stocks
  + stars: | 2022-12-10 | by ( Telis Demos | )   time to read: 1 min
The Federal Reserve isn’t doing U.S. banks any favors at the moment. The central bank’s recent signaling of a somewhat slower, but potentially longer journey higher for interest rates was just more bad news for bank stocks. The KBW Nasdaq Bank index fell 5.5% this past week, compared with a 3.3% decline for the S&P 500 index. Investors might be wondering if markets aren’t appreciating the potential for banks’ earnings when rates are higher. But the way things are set up now, banks may have more to fear than cheer when it comes to rising rates.
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