Most bank stocks sank on Thursday, after a huge upward revision in the third-quarter U.S. GDP growth estimate.
Talent from Bank of America "should enable PVTB to outperform peers on loan growth," according to KBW analyst Christopher McGratty.
The expected curtailment of Federal Reserve bond purchases 'seems more likely to be negative for banks/credit markets near term,' according to Deutsche Bank analyst Matt O'Connor.
Large regional banks fared well after ADP said private U.S. employers added 215,000 jobs during November.
The bank and its former CFO settled charges of failing to write down loans being sold in a timely fashion at the height of the credit crisis in 2008.
A group of nine regional bank stocks has plenty of room for growth from 'potential EPS improvement over the next 2-3 years.'
The largest U.S. banks may look to separate their investment banking businesses after the Volcker Rule's ban on "proprietary trading" is finalized.
It's time for investors to be 'more selective' with bank stocks picks, according to Goldman Sachs analyst Richard Ramsden.
The European Commission announces fines of 1.71 billion euros ($2.32 billion) against eight banks, including JPMorgan Chase and Citigroup.
Banks led the market lower as strong auto sales and manufacturing numbers raised the specter of Federal Reserve tapering of bond purchases.