Orenbuch sees the upcoming release of the Federal Reserve's "stress test," results as "a positive catalyst for the bank group."
Orenbuch argues JPMorgan "has the flexibility for both an increased dividend and share repurchase" as the company approaches
He also sees it as likely that Citigroup will be able to begin returning capital to shareholders, which, even though "somewhat more modest" than JPMorgan's should give the shares a lift."It will highlight the company's strengthened balance sheet and capital generation, despite a discounted valuation," Orenbuch writes of Citigroup. Orenbuch also expressed bullishness on U.S. Bancorp (USB - Get Report), grouping it with Citigroup and JPMorgan as among "the banks positioned to be most successful in terms of bottom line earnings growth" because they can "grow loans, effectively manage expenses and deploy capital." Orenbuch has an "outperform" rating on all three banks. Orenbuch also has an outperform on Bank of America (BAC - Get Report) despite the fact that he dropped his price target to $11 from $13 "While near-term revenue headwinds continue