Mon, May 9, 9:56 AM
- Catching upgrades to Outperform from Neutral at Raymond James today are BOK Financial (BOKF -0.6%), Comerica (CMA), and Hancock Holdings (HBHC +1.4%).
- Boosted to Strong Buy are Zions Bancorp (ZION -0.3%), Texas Capital (TCBI +0.7%), and Midsouth Bancorp (MSL +1.1%).
- Prosperity Bancorp (PB +0.8%) gets a two-notch upgrade to Outperform from Underperform.
- The group has already put in a strong rally off the lows, with each higher by anywhere from about 10-30% over the past three months, but down by about 7-30% on a year-over-year basis.
Wed, Apr. 27, 8:11 AM
Tue, Apr. 26, 5:30 PM
- ACCO, AGCO, ANTM, AOS, AVY, BA, BEN, BGCP, BHI, BOKF, BSX, CFR, CMCSA, CSL, DHX, DPS, DX, EVER, EVR, FDML, FI, GCI, GD, GIB, GPI, GRA, GRMN, GT, HES, HLT, IART, IP, JLL, LDOS, LEA, LLL, LRN, MDLZ, MKTX, MVIS, NAP, NDAQ, NEO, NMR, NOC, NS, OC, OSIS, PB, RDN, RES, ROK, ROL, SAIA, SC, SIX, SLAB, SLGN, SMED, SO, SONS, STM, STNG, STT, SUP, SXC, TGNA, TKR, TPH, UMC, UTX, VLY, WEX, WOOF
Mon, Mar. 14, 12:13 PM
- Nasdaq is making annual changes to its U.S. Broad Dividend Achievers Index, adding AFG, AMP, ATRI, BOBE, BOKF, CMI, CNP, CTWS, DAKT, GK, ISCA, MNRO, NHC, NWE, OKS, SRCE, STE, STON, SXT, THG, TLP, TMK, and TRV.
- To be dropped: ARG, COP, DRI, NC, STR, THFF, VSEC, WMB.
- The index is comprised of stocks with at least ten straight years of boosting annual dividend payments, and is tracked by the Vanguard Dividend Appreciation ETF (NYSEARCA:VIG).
- The changes become effective ahead of the open on March 21.
- Source: Press release
Wed, Jan. 27, 8:06 AM
Dec. 8, 2015, 1:35 PM
- The selloff in financial names is a broad one, but those seen as especially reliant on energy deals and lending are suffering worst as oil and natural gas make new multi-year lows.
- Among the movers: Comerica (CMA -2.9%), Zions (ZION -3.3%), Prosperity (PB -3.3%), Cullen/Frost (CFR -2.6%), MidSouth Bancorp (MSL -1.4%), BOK Financial (BOKF -3.2%), Hancock Holding (HBHC -3.8%), Green Bancorp (GNBC -0.1%), Iberiabank (IBKC -3%), National Bank Holdings (NBHC -0.5%), Texas Capital (TCBI -4.6%), Independent Bank Group (IBTX -2.6%), Interstate BancSystem (FIBK -1.1%), First Financial Bankshares (FFIN -3.5%).
- Screening the whole group against the KRE finds only Interstate BancSystem as outperforming over the past month.
Oct. 28, 2015, 8:16 AM
- BOK Financial (NASDAQ:BOKF): Q3 EPS of $1.09 misses by $0.03.
- Revenue of $342.07M (+3.1% Y/Y) misses by $7.47M.
Oct. 27, 2015, 5:30 PM
- ACCO, ADP, AGCO, AIT, AN, ANTM, APO, ARW, BAH, BDC, BGCP, BOKF, BSX, CARB, CFR, CG, CHMT, CMC, COT, DHX, DORM, DX, EVER, EVR, FCAU, FDML, FLIR, GD, GHM, GNRC, GRMN, HES, HLT, HOT, HSY, HTA, ICE, IDXX, IP, JLL, LFUS, LVLT, MDLZ, NEE, NMR, NOC, NOV, NSC, OXY, PCG, Q, RDWR, RES, ROL, SAH, SAIA, SLAB, SNCR, SO, SONS, SSE, STRA, TECH, TEL, TGI, TKR, UMC, VLO, VLY, VNTV, WBA, WEX, WOOF, XRAY
Jul. 29, 2015, 8:06 AM
- BOK Financial (NASDAQ:BOKF): Q2 EPS of $1.15 beats by $0.05.
- Revenue of $352.01M (+6.0% Y/Y) beats by $9.64M.
Jul. 28, 2015, 5:30 PM
- ACCO, ADT, AMED, AMT, ANTM, APO, AVY, BAH, BDC, BEN, BGCP, BOKF, CARB, CBG, CDK, CFR, CHH, CLF, CRI, DATA, DIN, DORM, DXYN, ESIO, ETN, EVER, EXC, FDML, FLY, GCI, GD, GEL, GIB, GRA, GRMN, GT, GTI, HCBK, HES, HLT, HSIC, HSP, HTA, HUM, HUN, IP, IRT, JAH, JLL, LFUS, LVLT, MA, MDCO, MO, MTH, MTOR, MVIS, NOC, PAG, PCG, PX, Q, RES, ROK, ROL, SAIA, SLAB, SNCR, SO, SONS, SPIL, SPR, SPW, SSE, STNG, STRA, STRZA, TGI, TRI, UBSI, UMC, VNTV, WEC, WEX, WILN, WOOF
Apr. 29, 2015, 8:08 AM
- BOK Financial (NASDAQ:BOKF): Q1 EPS of $1.08 beats by $0.04.
- Revenue of $333.74M (+10.7% Y/Y) beats by $4.05M.
Apr. 28, 2015, 5:30 PM
- ABB, ACCO, ADT, AME, AMED, ANTM, AVY, BC, BEN, BGCP, BOKF, CBG, CCJ, CFR, CRI, CVE, DHX, DX, DXYN, EDR, ETN, EVER, EXC, FCAU, FCH, FDML, FI, FUN, GD, GEL, GIB, GRMN, GRUB, GT, HCBK, HERO, HES, HLT, HOT, HUM, ICON, IDCC, IP, ISSI, LFUS, LINE, LL, LVLT, MA, MDLZ, MTOR, MWV, NEE, NOC, NSC, NYCB, OCR, PCG, PX, Q, RES, ROL, SAIA, SAVE, SLAB, SLGN, SNCR, SO, SPIL, SPR, SPW, TRI, TWX, UMC, VRX, WEX, WM, WOOF
Jan. 28, 2015, 8:11 AM
- BOK Financial (NASDAQ:BOKF): Q4 EPS of $0.93 misses by $0.13.
- Revenue of $319.7M (+2.1% Y/Y) misses by $9.03M.
Jan. 27, 2015, 5:30 PM| Jan. 27, 2015, 5:30 PM | 1 Comment
Dec. 8, 2014, 1:17 PM
- Dallas-based Comerica (CMA -1.3%) is an outlier to the downside among the regional names as oil tumbles another 3.7% to the lowest level since the summer of 2009.
- Other lenders with sizable Texas-operations and exposure to energy credit: MidSouth Bancorp (MSL +0.9%), BOK Financial (BOKF -0.6%), Cullen/Frost (CFR -1.5%), Hancock Holding (HBHC -0.9%), Green Bancorp (GNBC -0.7%), ViewPoint Financial (VPFG -0.5%), Iberiabank (IBKC +0.1%), National Bank Holdings (NBHC +0.1%), Texas Capital (TCBI -1.3%), Prosperity Bancshares (PB -0.8%), Independent Bank Group (IBTX -1%), Hilltop Holdings (HTH -0.7%), First Interstate BancSystem (FIBK +0.4%), First Financial Bankshares (FFIN -0.8%)
Dec. 3, 2014, 11:51 AM
- Philip van Doorn puts together a list of 15 lenders with sizable Texas operations, ranked by their exposure to energy credit as a percent of total loans:
- MidSouth Bancorp (NYSE:MSL), BOK Financial (NASDAQ:BOKF), Cullen/Frost (NYSE:CFR), Hancock Holding (NASDAQ:HBHC), Green Bancorp (NASDAQ:GNBC), ViewPoint Financial (NASDAQ:VPFG), Iberiabank (NASDAQ:IBKC), National Bank Holdings (NYSE:NBHC), Texas Capital Bancshares (NASDAQ:TCBI), Prosperity Bancshares (NYSE:PB), Comerica (NYSE:CMA), Independent Bank Group (NASDAQ:IBTX), Hilltop Holdings (NYSE:HTH), First Interstate BancSystem (NASDAQ:FIBK), First Financial Bankshares (NASDAQ:FFIN).
- All are lower over the last month, and Sterne Agee's Brett Rabatin calls it an overreaction in at least a few cases. While the decline in oil prices will slow lending growth, it would take oil at $60 or lower for a year before credit issues might arise, giving the banks plenty of time to build reserves. He's got Buy ratings on CMA, HTH, IBTX, MSL, and PB.
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