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TheStreet's bank analyst discusses several ways in which sell-side research provides insight for investors.
The ex-dividend date for FirstMerit Corporation (Nasdaq:FMER) is tomorrow, February 24, 2011. Owners of shares as of market close today will be eligible for a dividend of 16 cents per share. At a price of $17.12 as of 9:32 a.m., the dividend yield is 3.7%.
The research firm's Best Ideas list for 2011 includes unknown names.
There were 157 bank failures during 2010, the most since 1992. TheStreet provides a summary, including which banks benefitted the most from bargain purchases from the FDIC.
While Banks will continue working through their problem commercial real estate loans for some time, there are a number passing through the credit crisis with flying colors.
Chicago's commercial real estate lenders faced third-quarter setbacks, but are expected to resume poaching clients from large out-of-town competitors.
FirstMerit Corporation CEO Discusses Q3 2010 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
These 10 large bank holding companies have posted relatively strong earnings through the credit crisis, even during the terrible years of 2008 and 2009.
Banks that rely heavily on deposit service charges could face declining revenue.
An analysis of the best performing stocks from among the big banks in July offers a mixed bag for investors.
FirstMerit Corporation Q2 2010 Earnings Call Transcript
Cramer says to keep an eye on how the banks perform, BP updates, Friday's jobless report and a number of key earnings reports.
Cramer says it's worse than dead money and to sell if it rallies.
FirstMerit Corp. shares fell Monday after the company announced a a $315 million common stock offering.
Four bank failures Friday brought the 2010 tally to 72, far exceeding the pace in 2009.
FirstMerit Corporation Q1 2010 Earnings Call Transcript
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. is reportedly soliciting bids for Chicago-based Midwest Bank & Trust, the main subsidiary of Midwest Banc Holdings.
Regulators shuttered four banks in four states Friday, bringing the total number of failed U.S. banks in 2010 to 20.
Cramer says Express Scripts should go to $100 and calls the company a winner.
Cramer told viewers to turn to high-yielding dividend stocks, like General Mills, Pfizer and AT&T.
FirstMerit buying 24 Chicago-area branches and asset-based loans from First Bank
AECOM Technology, Cubist Pharmaceuticals, FirstMerit, International Paper and Martin Marietta Materials had their ratings changed by TheStreet.com.
FirstMerit posts 24 percent decline in 3rd-qtr profit as bad loans rise, deposits fall
Cabot Oil & Gas, Discovery Communications and Landstar System had their ratings changed by TheStreet.com.
The market should continue to hold on to its upward bias as options expiration approaches.
Jonathan Moreland, author of InsiderInsights, gives you the lowdown on top stock purchases and sales.
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