- Bank of America(BAC). The quarterly dividend will remain 1 cent a share. The company was approved for common share buybacks of up to $5.0 billion, and for $5.5 billion in buybacks of preferred shares.
- Bank of New York Mellon(BK). A "15 percent increase" in the quarterly dividend from 13 cents, and up to $1.35 billion in share buybacks.
- Capital One Financial(COF). An increase in the quarterly dividend to 30 cents a share from 5 cents.
- Fifth Third Bancorp(FITB) of Cincinnati. A "potential increase" in the quarterly dividend from 10 cents, with approval for the potential repurchase of up to $750 million in trust preferred securities. The company also received approval for the potential conversion of $398 million in convertible preferred shares to common shares. If the conversions are completed, the company has Federal reserve approveal for common share buybacks totaling up to $984 million.
- JPMorgan Chase. An increase in the quarterly dividend to 38 cents a share from 30 cents, with buybacks totaling up to $6.0 billion.
- KeyCorp(KEY) of Cleveland. An increase in the quarterly dividend to 5.5 cents a share from 5 cents, and up to $426 million in share buybacks.
- Morgan Stanley(MS). The company didn't announce any increased capital return to investors, but did say that its capital plan included the "cash acquisition of the remaining 35% interest in Morgan Stanley Smith Barney," from Citigroup.
- PNC Financial Services Group(PNC) of Pittsburgh. The company said its board of directors would "consider an increase" in the dividend from 40 cents a share, at the next board meeting on April 4.
- Regions Financial(RF) of Birmingham, Ala. An increase in the quarterly dividend to 3 cents a share from 1 cents, with buybacks totaling up to $350 million. The company's plan also allows it to repurchase up to $500 million in trust preferred securities.
- State Street(STT) of Boston. An increase in the quarterly dividend to 26 cents a share from 24 cents, and up to $2.1 billion in share buybacks.
- SunTrust(STI) of Atlanta. An increase in the quarterly dividend to 10 cents a share from 5 cents, with buybacks totaling up to $200 million.
- U.S. Bancorp(USB) of Mineapolis. An increase in the quarterly dividend to 23 cents a share from 19.5 cents, and up to $2.25 in share buybacks.
- Wells Fargo(WFC). An increase in the quarterly dividend to 30 cents a share from 25 cents, and approval for "a proposed increase in common stock repurchase activity for 2013 compared with 2012," when the company's share repurchases totaled $4.0 billion.
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