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From Earnings call transcript:
Perfect. Exactly what I needed. Thanks. The other one, James, is the long-term goals, if you look at the last slide, I think those are great long-term goals. And if you could do that sustainably, I think you would get your multiple expansion, people would love it.
Would be $200 stock, my friend.
• The Firm repurchased $2.8 billion of its
outstanding common stock during the quarter as
part of its Share Repurchase Program.
• The Board of Directors declared a $0.70 quarterly
dividend per share, payable on February 15, 2022
to common shareholders of record on January 31,
• The Firm early adopted the Standardized
Approach for Counterparty Credit Risk (SA-CCR)
under Basel III on December 1, 2021. As a result
of the adoption, as of December 31, 2021 our risk-
weighted assets under the Standardized
Approach increased by $23 billion and our
Standardized CET1 capital ratio decreased by 82
4Q 2021 4Q 2020 FY 2021 FY 2020
Common Stock Repurchases
Repurchases ($MM) $2,833 NA $11,464 $1,347
Number of Shares (MM) 28 NA 126 29
Average Price $99.80 NA $91.13 $46.01
Period End Shares (MM) 1,772 1,810 1,772 1,810
Tax Rate 23.9% 23.0% 23.1% 22.5%
CET1 capital17,20 16.0% 17.4%
Tier 1 capital17 17.6% 19.4%
CET1 capital17 17.5% 17.7%
Tier 1 capital17 19.3% 19.8%
Tier 1 leverage18 7.1% 8.4%
SLR19 5.6% 7.4%
$1B less on BB than spent during Q3.
The SRP has $5.4B to spend before June 20, 2022 in fulfillment of the $12B authorization for share repurchase.
That was a great flash sale. Hope you loaded a few shares. Don’t bet against Morgan Stanley Dean Witter. Enjoy. Watch for dips. 🍷
Muted response considering how much it drilled yesterday in sympathy with GS. If the price action were to be trusted this early we’d have gone down -2.8% on this eps beat instead of being up 2.1% when accounting for yesterday’s bleed out.
Profit rose to $3.59 billion, or $2.01 per share, in the quarter ended Dec. 31, from $3.27 billion, or $1.81 per share, a year earlier.
Despite the blow from trading, Morgan Stanley's earnings came in ahead of expectations.
Analysts on average were expecting the bank to report a profit of $1.91 per share, according to IBES data from Refinitiv.
Revenue rose to $14.52 billion on for the quarter compared with $13.59 billion in the year-ago period.
The flakes are out. $100 today
First JPM and then GS today. What are the odds MS will buck the trend?
They're talking about undermining a bill that would ensure more Americans had access to their legal right to VOTE!!!!'
"Republican Gov. Doug Ducey lauded Democratic U.S. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema for refusing to support a change to the Senate’s filibuster rules in order to pass a voting rights package.
“I want to give Senator Sinema credit for standing up and protecting a Senate rule that she believes in,” Ducey told reporters on Thursday. “This has existed for a long time. And this idea of getting to a majority and building consensus and bipartisan consensus is something that we’ve done on over 90% of the legislation we’ve been able to achieve at the state level. And I’m glad that she’s trying to bring people together.”
"Texas takes a new, novel twist in voter suppresion
Texas says supply chain issues have limited the number of voter registration forms it can give out
Ya'll see, it's Joe's fault you don't get those there pieces of paper to vote us out. Don't chu be blamin' us.
The Texas Secretary of State’s office is having more trouble than usual getting enough voter registration cards to groups who help Texans register to vote.
Sam Taylor, assistant secretary of state for communications, said supply chain issues have made it harder and more expensive to get paper, which means the Secretary of State's office will be giving out fewer voter registration forms to groups ahead of elections this year.
We are limited in what we can supply this year, because of the paper shortage and the cost constraints due to the price of paper and the supply of paper,” he said."
Cruz looks to legalize bribery:
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Fox News' Sean Hannity was no match for economist Austin Goolsbee on Friday night.
Goolsbee gores Hannity:
"Hannity repeatedly tried to attack president Joe Biden over energy production and gas prices, only to be fact-checked by Goolsbee, a professor at the University of Chicago.
"He inherited energy independence, and we were a net exporter of energy, and now he's begging OPEC," Hannity said of Biden at the beginning of the clip.
"He inherited an economic downturn bordering on catastrophe and in times like that, the price of oil tends to go way down, that's for sure," Goolsbee responded.
"We need to focus," Hannity said. "Did he or did he not inherit — well, three vaccines and monoclonal antibodies — did he also inherit that we were a net exporter of energy, and did he cut energy production by 40 percent? The answer is yes."
"No, he did not cut energy production by 40 percent," Goolsbee responded. "Energy production fell because we were in an economic catastrophe — (a) catastrophic downturn.
"No, he fired Keystone XL pipeline workers," Hannity insisted.
"The Keystone pipeline wasn't built yet, Sean," Goolsbee said flatly. "That had no effect on energy production."
"Then why is he begging OPEC?" Hannity said of Biden. "Donald Trump didn't beg OPEC. Why is he begging OPEC?"
"He's not begging OPEC," Goolsbee said. "He convinced OPEC, and OPEC is increasing their production."
"They keep rejecting him," Hannity claimed.
"They didn't reject him. They said they're increasing production," Goolsbee said. "Why are you complaining about that, Sean? You're all over the map here. You were saying you didn't like to pay high gas prices. I told you gas prices went down and Biden convinced OPEC to increase production, and then you said, 'Why is he asking them to increase production?'"
when is dividend payout?
You ever have one of those mornings when you wish you had bought more before close yesterday?
Yeah, my whole portfolio is looking like that pre-market.
nice to see this bounce.
Winner, Winner, Chicken dinner
We are $100.00 today !
Absolutely knuts how this and many other stocks takes a beating but the indexes manage to stay just a few hundred points off the century's record high.
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