Bank of America EPS Misses Consensus Of $0.26, Comes At $0.17, Despite Credit Loss Provisions Plunging 72%

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westboundnup's picture

I thought BOA was DOA?

Boilermaker's picture

futures went down a fraction of a percent momentarily...then rebounded.

AN0NYM0US's picture

a holes on Bloomberg Radio,  they always talk estimates when there is a meet or beat but just now reported that BofA had its first profitable quarter in three  neglecting to mention the miss

The Axe's picture

stock will probably go up....ha ha    its crazy...

Quinvarius's picture

BOA needs to hire JPM's accountants.

Savonarola's picture

Goldilocks... King Dollar... Free Market Capitalism... Nothing seems to work Larry. 


pendragon's picture

Brian Moynihan's lips are moving so he must be lying

Urban Redneck's picture

"Paging Dr. FASB, the efficacy of the drug is failing and the patient is going into EPS shock."

The Axe's picture

Its all GOOD news.....Only the raping skillsof Merrill Lynch Pierce Smith traders keep this POS alive....

Dick Darlington's picture

Bank of Scamerica, why don't You just default. The world would be a bit better place if u were gone.

I am more equal than others's picture

liar, liar, pants on fire.....

Whomever is doing credit analysis and reducing the provisions for credit loss is an idiot.  Probable changes in interest rates alone will wipe out those slightly better than marginal CRE loans who've endured thus far.  That ticking you hear is the time debt bomb.

drswhaley's picture

48 page slide deck to explain your earnings - the length of the letter from the CEO in the annual report has been found to correlate with the health of the company - if it gets longer things are bad.  I would say this along with the CFO being "promoted" to vice chairman after he was not consulted/aware of the fact that BofA would not be able to raise their dividend per their master, the federal government.

I think that BofA would like to think of theselves as being able to cross sell all their different products as a value add for their customer - I think they are trying to get more people on the hook before they break-up this train wreck into individual parts.

If you look at Moynihan prior to and after his ascension to CEO, he does not look healthy and that is related to what the captain is hearing about the condition of his ship.

Seasmoke's picture

i wonder how Ken Lewis is doing .......hopefully not well

Seasmoke's picture

all time lows on CC delinquent payments ......i still have a hard time getting my head around that people are paying the CC and not the mortgage......when TSHTF there is no way people are going to pay those CC bills

Racer's picture

Ah look they fiddled the figures, means they are a buy and the market likes con games

r101958's picture

One of the biggest banks in America doesn't meet expectations..........and the market is up. Naaaah, there is no intervention going on.

BKGuy's picture

People pay the CC's for two main reasons:

1. They can re-access the credit line later on and don't want to be cut off.

2. BAC's not going to foreclose for a couple years if you stop making payments, so who cares?

eureka's picture

The convenience of denial; U.S. citizens continue

depositing dollars into BAC, thus supporting TBTF

and, thank the devil, U.S. empire.


Eyes on the World's picture

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