|Day Low/High||82.65 / 83.32|
|52 Wk Low/High||77.40 / 99.91|
Comerica, the Texas lender, drew shareholder ire for its flagging profitability. In response, the bank has unveiled a cost-cutting plan -- but is stopping short of an outright sale.
Citigroup beat Wall Street expectations with its second-quarter performance.
Banking stocks were in focus Friday, led by earnings releases from Citi and Wells Fargo before the opening bell.
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Trade-Ideas LLC identified PNC Financial Services Group (PNC) as an unusual social activity candidate
PNC Financial (PNC) stock is gaining in pre-market trading Friday after the bank reported earnings per share that surpassed analysts’ estimates.
PNC Financial (PNC) is schedule to report its 2016 second quarter results before Friday’s opening bell.
ADP reported 172,000 new jobs, pointing to an economy on track, according to Moody's.
BB&T, M&T Bank, PNC Financial, SunTrust and U.S. Bancorp have negative weekly charts going into earnings.
Strong capital ratios, solid loan portfolios and attractive valuations argue for higher prices for financials.
In trading on Monday, shares of PNC Financial Services Group touched a new 52-week low of $77.40/share. That's a $23.12 share price drop, or -23.00% decline from the 52-week high of $100.52 set back on 07/23/2015.
Comerica, in the midst of a three-month strategic review by Boston Consulting Group, appears to have ruled out the one move investors really wanted -- a sale of the bank.
These 5 regional banks have positive weekly charts, but the daily charts show investors how to trade them.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified PNC Financial Services Group (PNC) as a weak on high relative volume candidate
The central bank in June will releaseresults of its annual evaluation of the largest financial institutions. Most regional banks will do well, with some allowed to expand shareholder distributions.
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- 53 percent of Americans to take a summer vacation
As warmer weather approaches, don't be surprised to see the stock slump.
An increase next month may still be a stretch, despite live consideration, but the market's "maybe in December" definitely seems too dovish.
As Dallas-based Comerica considers options including cost cuts, new business lines, asset divestitures or a sale of the entire bank, Rafferty analyst Dick Bove says he's found the perfect suitor.