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CLSA analyst Mike Mayo has mounted a public campaign urging Comerica to pursue strategies from a board shakeup to management changes or a sale of the entire bank.
Investors including an activist are pressing CIT Group to sell off assets and use the proceeds to buy back shares in a move that would reduce its regulatory burden
Comerica Chief Executive Officer Ralph Babb told irate shareholders last week that the bank might see relief from stiff regulations. A top financial lobbyist says such efforts have stalled.
The Federal Reserve has been on a roll approving regional bank acquisitions with more to come, even as the Department of Justice is cracking down on mergers.
Comerica (CMA) stock is increasing in late-afternoon trading on Tuesday after CEO Ralph Babb said he would consider selling the bank.
Comerica's CEO and board got an earful from some of its largest shareholders, who traveled to Dallas for the bank's annual meeting to express their discontent.
Comerica hasn't had a new board member for eight years -- drawing criticism from CLSA analyst Mike Mayo amid growing investor concern that America's corporate boards are becoming stale.
Doug Kass shares his thoughts on ag commodities, the half-full market and the passing of Prince.
Comerica (CMA) stock is higher in mid-afternoon trading Friday as its shareholders reportedly pressure the company to sell itself.
Comerica, saddled with losses to the beleaguered oil industry, has commissioned a strategy review after a month of badgering by CLSA analyst Mike Mayo. It's not enough, Mayo says.
Here are Thursday's top research calls, including upgrades for Harley-Davidson and Philip Morris, a downgrade for ConocoPhillips, and one of each for Cummins.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Comerica (CMA) as a "storm the castle" (crossing above the 200-day simple moving average on higher than normal relative volume) candidate
Comerica (CMA) stock is rising on Tuesday morning even though the lender posted lower-than-expected results for the 2016 first quarter.
Wells Fargo, among others, is taking a hit from potential loan defaults by energy companies that borrowed money when oil prices were more than twice as high.
These underpriced stocks have averaged 17% annual returns since 1999.
Dallas-based Comerica, in the heart of the Texas oil country, is saddled with energy loans. CLSA Mike Mayo says changes are needed at the very top of the company.
TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the banking industry higher today.
Comerica’s (CMA) stock price target was lowered at BMO Capital, which also maintained its ‘market perform’ rating.
While oil prices have rebounded this month, the gains won't be much help to companies that borrowed money from banks like Comerica and Citigroup when prices were above $100.
The dividend is generous but an investigation into a $26 million loan is causing a lot of uncertainty.
Stocks with insider trader activity include SPTN, CMA and PES
Regional lenders like Bank of Oklahoma and Comerica have more to lose from souring energy loans than their nationwide rivals, says ratings firm Moody's. It's partly a matter of location.
Moody’s has placed the credit ratings of four regional banking companies on review for downgrade, based their portfolio of energy loans, which are under pressure due to low oil prices.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Comerica (CMA) as a post-market leader candidate
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The mega-insurer is the latest 'systemically important' company that wants to break itself up to avoid being targeted by activists.
With limits on distributions, buyers in the wings and what appears to be an amenable regulatory environment, look for midsize bank Comerica to consider what its activists have to say.
Here are Thursday's top research calls, including upgrades for Cirrus Logic, PayPal and Kinder Morgan, and a downgrade for Ford.
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