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ProShares Short Financials
NYSEARCA
13.68
-0.52
-3.66%
Closed 16:00 10/04 EDT
OPEN
13.95
PREV CLOSE
14.20
HIGH
13.95
LOW
13.68
VOLUME
182.14K
TURNOVER
992.79K
52 WEEK HIGH
14.61
52 WEEK LOW
11.25
TOTAL ASSET
34.57M
YTD YIELD
16.13%
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U.S. Banks Disappoint. But Are There Bright Spots Ahead?
Earnings have fallen more than 50% this year because of slow loan growth, lower margins, and higher provisions.The excess capital over regulatory minimums should give investors confidence banks can weather further headwinds.Future risks include lower for longer interest rates and the potential for higher taxes in the coming quarters.
Seekingalpha · 10/21/2020 10:11
Financial Sector's Expected 2020 And 2021 EPS And Revenue Growth
The expected 2020 EPS growth rate for the Financial sector improved from -36% to -32% by the end of July '20 but has remained stagnant since.2021's expected revenue growth was greater than the 2020 percentage decline until April 10th, and then, 2020's expected percentage decline eclipsed 2021's expected revenue growth, and the difference has grown since.Banks have an excess of capital today, pending the addition to credit losses expected in the Q3 earnings releases, but at some point, the Fed will likely allow the return of capital once again via share buybacks. The big question is, when will that happen and what will be the impact on EPS?
Seekingalpha · 10/08/2020 03:19
Profile
Fund Name
ProShares Short Financials
Inception Date
2008-06-10
Benchmark
DJ US Financial TR USD
Advisor Company
ProShare Advisors LLC
Custodian
JPMorgan Chase Bank NA
Manager
Michael Neches, Tarak Davé