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Deutsche: Citigroup and Regions are CCAR's big winners; BofA result not so bad

Mar. 12, 2015 8:07 AM ETCitigroup Inc. (C) StockBAC, C, MS, STI, RF, KEYBy: Stephen Alpher, SA News Editor8 Comments

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One has to think---who in BOA is "responsible" for preparing for events like this? BOA has failed two times in a row to successfully pass this test--without a retake. My question is: WHO HAS BEEN FIRED???
BAC 's plan rejected again by the same regulators who stuffed Merrill down the shareholders' throat. But looking back the entire Board and their management should be fired for zero due diligence on Countrywide, ridiculous parachute for Lewis, complete submission to fed's litigation demands and last year's "whoops" on liability calculation. The latest "resubmission" just a continuation of poor performance and more shareholder pain. Where is the activist investor community? When will BAC shareholders ever regain value?
I'm long on BofA. Customer loyalty counts for a lot of my position.
"Citi's quarterly dividend of $0.05 and $7.8B in buybacks were somewhat better than expected" is the understatement of the day!

Go Citi!
MikeMikm profile picture
They passed, get it. $3.00 to 18.00 while paying off 92 Billion in previous management errors. All this being done in a almost zero interest environment .
As for the Fed's action and U. S. banks,

The pain of the stain falls mainly on the plain ole Bank of America shareholders.

Still frustrated with BACs errors, but all in all really isn't a big issue. Mr Market will be the real judge today.
Bizun73 profile picture
I like KEY in this section. They are going to raise their dividend to 0.075/quarter in May with a repurchase of $725 million and looking to raise their dividend to 0.085/quarter in 2016.

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