Bank of America CEO Brian Moinihan was interviewed by Jack Otter at the “Baron’s Round Table” at Fox Business Network Studios in New York City on January 9, 2020.
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Bank of America We plan to report third quarter earnings before the opening bell on Thursday.
Here’s what Wall Street expects:
- Revenue: According to Refinitiv, it was 71 cents per share, 39% higher than the previous year.
- Revenue: $ 21.8 billion, up 6.5% year-on-year.
- Net Interest Revenue: $ 10.6 billion on a reported basis, according to StreetAccount
- Trading income: $ 1.93 billion in fixed income, $ 1.45 billion in equity
- Investment Banking Revenue: $ 2 Billion
Did loan demand at Bank of America turn the corner?
That’s what analysts are wondering about the second-largest US creditor in wealth. Investors hope that loan growth will improve from the slump in the first half of this year as it helps banks generate more interest income.
Like other lenders, Bank of America secured billions of dollars in credit losses last year when a wave of defaults associated with the coronavirus pandemic was expected. Banks have released some of their money when losses didn’t arrive, and analysts are curious about how much boost their dynamics have later this year.
They will also ask CEO Brian Moynihan about his plans to succeed Tom Montag, his chief operating officer. Presentation His departure.Last month, Moynihan Drastic A review of management, including new financial officers, technical officers, legal counsel, and chief administrative officer.
Bank of America stocks rose 42% this year, outpacing the 36% rise in the KBW Bank Index.
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