Bank stocks are on the move Friday after several companies in the sector released their earnings reports today.
Starting off with JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM), the company reported adjusted earnings per share ( ) of $4.32 on revenue of $39.34 billion. Both of these beat out Wall Street’s estimates of $3.41 per share and revenue of $36.19 billion.
Next up is Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC) with its EPS of $1.23 alongside revenue of $20.73 billion. Yet again, this is another bank that saw results come in above estimates. In this case, analysts were expecting $1.13 per share and revenue of $20.08 billion.
PNC Financial Services (NYSE:PNC) is the last bank stock we’re covering today with its EPS of $3.98 and revenue of $5.60 billion. Those are mixed results compared to Wall Street’s expectations of $3.67 per share on revenue of $5.61 billion.
Let’s go over how these earnings results are affecting bank stocks today below!
Bank Stocks on the Move Friday
- JPM stock kicks off our coverage with the financial company’s shares climbing 7.1% higher as of Friday morning.
- WFC shares are next on our list with the company’s stock mostly flat after seeing gains earlier this morning.
- PNC is the final bank stock worth watching today with shares down 2% as of this writing following a rally earlier today.
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