Wells Fargo (eine der vier größten US-Banken) hat vor wenigen Minuten Quartalszahlen veröffentlicht. Hier die wichtigsten Eckdaten.
Der Umsatz liegt bei 20,47 Milliarden Dollar (Vorjahresquartal 19,66 / für heute erwartet 20,28).
Der Gewinn pro Aktie liegt bei 0,86 Dollar pro Aktie (Vorjahresquartal 0,75 / für heute erwartet: 1,17).
Die Aktie von Wells Fargo notiert aktuell in der Vorbörse mit -1,2 %
Der Nettozinsertrag sinkt im Jahresvergleich von 13,4 auf 12,8 Milliarden Dollar.
1,9 Milliarden Dollar wurden als Bankenrettungsabgabe an die Einlagensicherung FDIC abgeführt.
CEO-Kommentar: Chief Executive Officer Charlie Scharf commented, “Although our improved 2023 results benefited from the strong economic
environment and higher interest rates, our continued focus on efficiency and strong credit discipline were important contributors as well.”
“We continue to execute on our strategic priorities and while it is early and we have more to do, we are starting to see improved growth and increased market share in parts of the company which we believe will drive higher returns over time. For example, our new credit card products have driven an increase in consumer spend at a rate significantly better than the industry average. We have also been investing in the Corporate and Investment Bank where revenue grew 26% from a year ago and our investment banking and trading market shares increased. The positive results in both areas were accomplished while maintaining our existing risk appetite,” Scharf continued.
“Additionally, continued execution of our more focused home lending strategy should also produce higher returns and earnings over the next several years. And while our Consumer, Small and Business Banking, Commercial Banking, and Wealth and Investment Management businesses remain strong, opportunities to increase share are significant,” Scharf added. “As we look forward, our business performance remains sensitive to interest rates and the health of the U.S. economy, but we are confident that the actions we are taking will drive stronger returns over the cycle. We are closely monitoring credit and while we see modest deterioration, it remains consistent with our expectations. Our capital position remains strong and returning excess capital to shareholders remains a priority,” Scharf continued.
“I want to thank everyone who works at Wells Fargo for their dedication, talent, and all they do to move our company forward.” Scharf concluded.
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