Synovus Financial Corp. (NYSE:SNV) is anticipated to report earnings before the opening bell on January 24, 2012.
Synovus Financial Corp., a diversified financial services and bank holding company, provides commercial and retail banking, financial management, insurance, and mortgage services in Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, Florida, and Tennessee. The company was founded in 1888 and is headquartered in Columbus, Georgia. SNV trades an average of 7.2 million shares per day.
52 Week High: $2.93
52 Week Low: $0.94
Book Value: $3.60
Float Short: 8.09%
Analyst estimates range between $-0.03 and $0.02 per share.
As you can see by the 52 week high and low, this is almost a penny stock to trade. The stock has started to show some life after bouncing off the lows set in October. The moving averages are finally turning upward except for the 200 day moving average. Since the 200 day is arguably the most important, it will be good to see it bottom out as well. The stock is close and if it does break above the percentage gain may be quite large. Until it does though, this is still a bearish looking bank.
The bottom line has rising earnings year-over-year of $-790.68 million for 2010 vs. $-1.43 billion for 2009.
Gross reported revenue compared to the mean estimate (rounded).
|Fiscal Quarter Ending Month-Year||Revenue Estimates||Actual||$ Difference||Difference %|
|Sep-11||$ 299.71 M||$ 361.99 M||$ 62.28 M||20.78%|
|Jun-11||$ 303.56 M||$ 298.81 M||$ -4.75 M||-1.56%|
|Mar-11||$ 311.32 M||$ 301.60 M||$ -9.72 M||-3.12%|
|Dec-10||$ 316.64 M||$ 321.86 M||$ 5.22 M||1.65%|
|Sep-10||$ 319.70 M||$ 327.22 M||$ 7.52 M||2.35%|
M = millions, B = billions.
Differences are rounded.
Some onetime items are often excluded in reported EPS.
The total short interest number of shares for SNV:
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