Posts Tagged “earnings”

What to watch for in a week of Wall Street’s biggest earnings

by Wall Street Job Report on January 14, 2014

US banks, facing penalties from bad behavior amid a tougher regulations, are still grappling with the new financial landscape created by the financial crisis. This week, the six largest banks in the US update investors on their progress with their (…)

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Forget Wealth Management, 2013 Is the Year of the Investment Bank: Hintz

by Wall Street Job Report on April 18, 2013

Morgan Stanley (MS) Thursday joined the ranks of banks exceeding expectations for first quarter earnings. Excluding special charges, the firm posted a profit of $1.2 billion or 61 cents a share—above analysts’ expectations of 57 cents.

At Goldman, the Average Pay for Three Months Is $135,594

by Wall Street Job Report on April 18, 2013

Goldman Sachs (GS) is fighting to keep compensation costs under control. But “under control” is a relative concept.

UBS Earnings Q4 2012: Bank Posts $2.1 Billion Loss On Lawsuits, Scandals

by Wall Street Job Report on February 5, 2013

Switzerland’s biggest bank, UBS AG, posted Tuesday a 1.9 billion francs ($2.1 billion) loss for the fourth quarter in the wake of a series of lawsuits, scandals and a wave of restructuring.

Bank Of America Earnings Shrank As Bank Took Big Charges On Mortgage Settlements

by Wall Street Job Report on January 17, 2013

The housing crisis is still weighing down Bank of America. The bank said Thursday that fourth-quarter earnings and revenue shrank as it continued to work through legal and regulatory problems related to mortgages. It’s become a familiar story for the (…)

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