Die Quartalszahlen von Wells Fargo und Citigroup wurden soeben veröffentlicht. Hier die wichtigsten Eckdaten, zunächst von Wells Fargo.
Der Erlös (Umsatz) liegt bei 22 Milliarden Dollar (Vorjahresquartal 21,90/erwartet 20,8). Der Gewinn pro Aktie liegt bei 0,92 Dollar pro Aktie (Vorjahresquartal 1,13/erwartet 1,15).
Die Aktie von Wells Fargo notiert vorbörslich mit -0,47%.
Kommentar von Wells Fargo im Wortlaut:
Interim Chief Executive Officer Allen Parker said, “We continued to make progress on our top priorities during the third quarter, and we’re all looking forward to Charlie Scharf’s joining Wells Fargo on October 21 as the company’s Chief Executive Officer and President. It’s been an honor for me to serve as the interim Chief Executive Officer over the past six months, and I want to thank both our management team and all our team members for their hard work during this period of transition. Our continued efforts to transform Wells Fargo and our unwavering commitment to serve our customers resulted during the third quarter in higher branch customer experience survey scores, growth in primary consumer checking customers, and increased loan and deposit balances. We have more work ahead, but I’m confident that our focused efforts and the fundamental strengths of Wells Fargo will continue to enable us to achieve success.”
Chief Financial Officer John Shrewsberry said, “Wells Fargo reported $4.6 billion of net income in the third quarter and diluted earnings per share of $0.92, which included the impact of a $1.6 billion, or $(0.35) per share, discrete litigation accrual for previously disclosed retail sales practices matters, as well as a $1.1 billion, or $0.20 per share, gain from the sale of our Institutional Retirement and Trust business. Business fundamentals were strong as both loans and deposits grew from the second quarter and from a year ago. Our net charge-off rate remained near historic lows, and we had strong capital returns, including increasing our quarterly common stock dividend by 19% and reducing our common shares outstanding by 9% compared with a year ago, while maintaining a strong capital position.”
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Bei der Citigroup liegt der Erlös (Umsatz) bei 18,6 Milliarden Dollar (Vorjahresquartal 18,39/erwartet 18,5).
Der Gewinn pro Aktie liegt bei 2,07 Dollar pro Aktie (Vorjahresquartal 1,73/erwartet 1,96).
Die Aktie der Citigroup notiert vorbörslich mit -1,0%.
Kommentar der Citigroup im Wortlaut:
Citi CEO Michael Corbat said, “Despite an unpredictable environment throughout the quarter, we continue to deliver on our strategy of improving shareholder returns through consistent, client-led growth while also executing against our capital plan. Our Global Consumer Banking franchise performed well in the quarter, showing solid underlying revenue growth of 4% and an EBT increase of 17%.
“In the US, Branded Cards increased revenues by 11% and we saw continued deposit momentum through both digital and traditional channels. Our Institutional Clients Group also had balanced performance, with solid results in both the market-sensitive and accrual-type businesses. The backbone of our leading global network, Treasury and Trade Solutions, had strong revenue growth of 7% in constant dollars.
“Consistent with the commitment we made in 2017, we remain on track to return more than $60 billion of capital to our shareholders over a three-year period which ends next year. Buybacks have lowered our common shares outstanding by 259 million shares, or 11%, in the last year alone. When combined with 6% growth in net income, they have also helped drive our Tangible Book Value per share up 12% over the same amount of time,” Mr. Corbat concluded.
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