Wells Fargo (eine der vier größten US-Banken) hat vor wenigen Minuten Quartalszahlen veröffentlicht. Hier die wichtigsten Eckdaten. Der Umsatz liegt bei 20,85 Milliarden Dollar (Vorjahresquartal 19,57/für heute erwartet 20,11). Der Gewinn pro Aktie liegt bei 1,48 Dollar pro Aktie (Vorjahresquartal 0,86/für heute erwartet 1,24). Die Aktie von Wells Fargo notiert aktuell in der Vorbörse mit +1,8 %. Der Nettozinsertrag steigt im Jahresvergleich von 12,1 auf 13,1 Milliarden Dollar. Abschreibungen für Kreditverluste: Anstieg im Jahresvergleich von 784 Millionen auf 1,2 Milliarden Dollar.
CEO-Kommentar: Chief Executive Officer Charlie Scharf commented, “Our third quarter results were solid with net income of $5.8 billion and revenue of $20.9 billion. Our revenue growth from a year ago included both higher net interest income and noninterest income as we benefited from higher rates and the investments we are making in our businesses. Expenses declined from a year ago due to lower operating losses. While the economy has continued to be resilient, we are seeing the impact of the slowing economy with loan balances declining and charge-offs continuing to deteriorate modestly.”
“In addition to making progress on our risk and control work, which is our top priority, we also continued to take steps to advance our business strategy. In the third quarter, we sold certain private equity investments; announced a new strategic relationship with Centerbridge Partners that will provide our middle market clients greater access to alternative sources of capital; continued to enhance our digital capabilities including adding a Spanish-language capability to FargoTM, our AI-powered virtual assistant; and made important hires across the businesses we are looking to grow,” Scharf added. “In the third quarter, we increased our common stock dividend by 17% and our CET1 ratio was 11.0%, 210 basis points above our new regulatory minimum plus buffers starting in the fourth quarter. While proposed bank capital rules include higher capital requirements, we are starting from a strong capital position and returning excess capital to shareholders remains a priority,”
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