U.S. Bancorp (USB)
$48.40 0.88 (1.79%)
17:55 EST USB Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
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Market Cap 79.50B
PE Ratio 13.26
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 8.21M
Day's Range 48.02 - 48.81
52-Week Range 28.36 - 55.82
Dividend & Yield 1.27 (2.62%)
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US Bancorp (USB) a Sell at $54.27 based on the most current relative pricing of its shares and news.
US Bancorp (NYSE:USB) is ranked as a Hold using Louis Navellier's Portfolio Grader stock evaluator, which incorporates his investing methodology. This represents no change from the previous week and is the same ranking USB has had from Portfolio Grader for the last month.
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U.S. Bancorp (USB) stock bumped up on Wednesday follow the release of its earnings report for the second quarter of 2017.
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Bank of America (BAC) is still wildly undervaluing the progress Brian Moynihan has made. BAC stock still has big gains to churn out in 2017.
Bank of America (BAC) started Monday on its back as the broader market plunged, but BAC stock is already showing signs of resilience.
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U.S. Bancorp reached its earlier target, but USB stock may be done with its bull channel, so investors should be cautious.
Bank of America Corp (NYSE:BAC) has had a great 2016, but as we roll into 2017, the risk of a sector correction looms large.
U.S. Bancorp (USB) is among a number of financials that enjoyed a "Trump bump." Now, we need USB stock to hit this level before buying again.
While we're still in a long-term bull market, the Russell 2000's (IWM) near- and intermediate-term trends look in doubt.
U.S. Bancorp is looking like it's on the rise, and USB stock is offering a good option whether you want a quick profit or a long-term holding.
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A U.S. bank regulator has fined Wells Fargo's former general counsel, James Strother, for his role in the bank's wide-ranging sales scandal. The fine announced Friday by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency is part of a settlement struck between Strother and the government. Strother was one of eight former senior bank executives charged by the OCC one year ago for their roles the bank's multi-year sales practices scandal.
Wells Fargo & Co. (NYSE: WFC) said on Friday that its profit in the fiscal fourth quarter came in better than expected. But its revenue slid more than what analysts had anticipated in Q4. The bank said that its net interest income took a hit due to COVID-19 driven lower interest rates. Wells Fargo slid …
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(Bloomberg) -- After four quarters under the shadow of the pandemic, the biggest U.S. bank is hardly missing a beat.JPMorgan Chase & Co. posted record profit in the fourth quarter after a surge in trading and investment-banking fees helped its Wall Street unit close out its most profitable year ever. The bank also released loan-loss reserves for the second quarter in a row, a sign that defaults won’t take as big a toll as previously expected.“While positive vaccine and stimulus developments contributed to these reserve releases this quarter, our credit reserves of over $30 billion continue to reflect significant near-term economic uncertainty and will allow us to withstand an economic environment far worse than the current base forecasts by most economists,” Chief Executive Officer Jamie Dimon said in a statement Friday.JPMorgan’s earnings suggest the clouds are starting to lift on the banking industry, and hint at what’s to come when the rest of Wall Street reports results later Friday and early next week. With vaccines raising hopes that the pandemic could ease in coming months, some analysts are predicting the industry’s profits will rebound enough in 2021 to undo last year’s dive.The fourth-quarter haul lifted JPMorgan’s annual profit to $29 billion in a year that saw unprecedented surges in unemployment and economic disruptions tied to pandemic lockdowns. That was more than any other major U.S. bank has earned in any year.The firm’s Wall Street unit generated the most profit and revenue it ever has in a fourth quarter, capping off a record year for the business that has helped prop up a consumer-lending division dealing with business closures and swelling unemployment rolls. JPMorgan’s traders generated $5.9 billion in the last three months of the year thanks to strength in credit, currencies, emerging markets and equity derivatives trading, among other pockets.That marked a 20% jump in revenue from a year earlier, matching the pace Dimon said the business was on in December. JPMorgan’s investment bankers posted a 34% jump in fees for providing merger advice and underwriting stock and bond offerings.The strength of the Wall Street businesses helped profit rise 42% to $12.1 billion. Analysts were expecting a 4% drop.JPMorgan shares rose 0.3% to $141.58 at 7:51 a.m. in early New York trading. The stock was up 11% this month through Thursday, after a drop of almost 9% in 2020.In releasing almost $3 billion of its credit reserves, far more than analysts had predicted, JPMorgan is signaling more optimism about the outlook for the economy. The bank said in October that it didn’t expect material losses in its consumer portfolio to show up until the second half of 2021. Net charge-offs fell 11% from the third quarter to $1.05 billion.While delinquencies remained low, investors will be eager to hear how soon JPMorgan’s leaders expect more loan defaults to finally hit the bank’s balance sheet, and how they forecast the economy will perform this year. Executives have warned that the effects of the pandemic could drag on for years.JPMorgan said $24.2 billion, or 2.9%, of the loans in its consumer portfolio were still in payment deferral at the end of the fourth quarter, down from $29.3 billion in the previous period. Most were residential real estate loans. It said that 91% of the accounts that exited payment deferral were current on their payments.Other highlights:The bank generated $13.3 billion of net interest income, 6% less than last year. That brought the full-year metric to $54.5 billion, below the bank’s guidance of $55 billion. JPMorgan boosted its outlook for 2021 NII to $55.5 billion from the $54 billion outlook provided in December.Expenses fell to $16 billion from $16.3 billion in the same period last year. Analysts predicted the metric would be flat. The bank increased its expense outlook for 2021 to at least $68 billion, having previously guided for $67 billion of expenses this year.The bank said it would spend $900 million more on technology investments this year than it did last year to “improve customer experiences” and boost data analytics, A.I. and cyber capabilities.(Adds details on annual profit and forbearance program starting in fifth paragraph.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2021 Bloomberg L.P.
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