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American Express (AXP), Visa (V), and MasterCard (MA) are scheduled to report quarterly results on January 17, 30, and 31, respectively. What to watch for: 1. OUTLOOKS: During the company's last earnings call, American Express raised its FY18 earnings per share view to $7.30-$7.40 from $6.90-$7.30, and its FY18 revenue up to 9%-10%. Back in October, Visa said its sees FY19 revenue growth of low double-digits, annual operating expense growth of mid-to-high single digit increase, and effective tax rate in the 20.0%-20.5% range. During MasterCard's last... -The Fly
One may not know it by looking at banker bonuses last year, but 2018 was a banner year if only for bank shareholders and upper management: this is the year when the 6 biggest banks generated (well) over $100 billion in profit. They can thank Trump's tax cuts, the Fed's payment of interest on reserves, rising interest rates, a jump in dealmaking and a retail-banking boom (if not so much the "bad volatility" that resulted in a plunge in fixed income, currency and commodity trading fees). As Bloomberg first noted, JPMorgan, Bank of America, Wells Fargo... -Zero Hedge
Bank of America (BAC) and Goldman Sachs (GS) are scheduled to report quarterly results on January 16, while Morgan Stanley (MS) is expected to announced fourth quarter results on January 17. What to watch for: 1. 1MDB PROBE RISKS: On November 30, BofA Merrill Lynch analyst Michael Carrier downgraded Goldman Sachs to Neutral from Buy and removed the stock from his firm's U.S. 1 List, stating that the uncertainty around the 1MDB investigation could limit the stock's upside potential if markets stabilize. While he does not expect the matter to have a... -The Fly
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