First Horizon (FHN) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.
First Horizon (FHN) announces a quarterly dividend of 12 cents per share, a hike of 33% from the prior payout.
Navient's (NAVI) Q4 results reflect increased fee income. Yet higher expenses and lower net interest income remain key headwinds.
Webster Financial (WBS) Q4 results benefit from eased margin pressure along with growth in loans. Strong capital position was another positive.
Fifth Third (FITB) Q4 results benefit from higher net interest income and deposit balance. Lower fee income and higher provision were headwinds.
First Horizon's (FHN) fourth-quarter 2017 earnings reflect top-line strength and elevated expenses.
Hancock Holdings' (HBHC) Q4 results benefit from higher revenues. However, higher costs and increase in provisions were the undermining factors.
Bank of the Ozarks' (OZRK) Q4 earnings benefit from improvement in net interest income and lower provisions, partly offset by higher costs.
After closing the stock-cash acquisition deal with Capital Bank Financial Corp., for a total value of $2.2 billion, First Horizon (FHN) announces final terms of the agreement.
First Horizon (FHN) closes stock-cash acquisition deal with Capital Bank Financial Corp. (CBF) for a total value of $2.2 billion.
First Horizon (FHN) and Capital Bank Financial (CBF) have agreed to sell two branches of Capital Bank in Greene County to Apex Bank.
First Horizon (FHN) receives approval from Fed to acquire Capital Bank for $2.2 billion in a stock-cash deal.
Federal Reserve Board announces approval of application by First Horizon National Corporation
BOK Financial's (BOKF) Q3 earnings reflect a decline in lower fees and commissions and higher expenses.
Increased revenues aid BOK Financial's (BOKF) Q3 earnings growth. But lower fee and commissions might disappoint investors.
New York Community Bancorp's (NYCB) Q3 results reflect higher revenues. However, persistent pressure on margins along with lower net interest income were headwinds.
Huntington Bancshares' (HBAN) Q3 earnings benefited from increase in revenues supported by loan growth and easing margin pressure. Lower provisions and strong capital position remain tailwinds.
Fifth Third (FITB) Q3 results benefited from higher net interest income and lower provisions. Lower fee income was a headwind.
Growth in net interest income and non-interest income drives Hancock Holding's (HBHC) Q3 results. Yet, higher costs pose as headwind.