Banks stocks are in the news Friday as investors go over various earnings reports from major players in the space.
JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM) is chief among these names, with the company’s earnings beating estimates. That includes diluted earnings per share of $3.12 on revenue of $32.72 billion. For comparison, Wall Street had expected diluted EPS of $2.88 on revenue of $32.09 billion for the quarter.
Another thing worth noting about the latest JPM earnings is the company’s net income of $9.74 billion. That’s a 17% drop compared to the same period last year. This comes as the financial company prepares to weather the recession.
Several other banks also reported results today, beating out estimates. The includes Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC) and Citigroup (NYSE:C). Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS) released its latest earnings report as well, but unlike others, the bank missed estimates for the period.
Let’s go over the gains and losses seen by bank stocks below!
Bank Stocks on the Move Friday
- JPM stock is climbing 1.9% higher as of Friday morning.
- WFC stock join the gains with a 2.8% increase as of this writing.
- C stock is also among today’s winners, with shares climbing 1.3% higher.
- MS stock is our big negative today; shares are sliding 4.2% as of Friday morning.
Investors will also note that the mostly positive movement from bank stocks bucks the current trend. The stock market is generally down today.
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