Moderating economic growth, persistent inflation, volatile interest rates, falling profits, stress in the banking sector, war in Ukraine, and the debt ceiling debate all combined to weigh on sentiment.
Debt ceiling weighing on business and consumer sentiment, but headwinds should dissipate after a deal is reached; Powell favors holding rates steady at the Fed’s June decision.
Quarterly cash dividend for common stock of 71 cents ($0.71) per share.
Strong, broad-based loan growth, robust fee income and excellent credit quality.
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Among 25 of the largest U.S. financial holding companies (as of 12/31/22)
Offices in 14 of the 15 largest metropolitan areas
409 U.S. banking centers (as of 3/31/23)
No. 4 prepaid card issuer
Named to Newsweek's list of America's Most Responsible Companies
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