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$K's provision for credit losses was $166MM in 2015 compared to $57MM in 2014. The increase was due to the growth in the company's loan portfolio over the past 12 months, as well as lower recoveries in 2015 compared to 2014. Net loan charge-offs were $142MM or 0.24%, of average loan balances for 2015, compared to $113MM or 0.20%, in 2014.
I have a feeling "CLOUDy" days are ahead, with $AMZN leading the pack.
$AAL is giving pay hikes to its employees but investors are sulking.
$APC stock tumbled more than 5.6% after last week's fatal home explosion in Firestone, Colorado prompted the company to close more than 3,000 wells for weeks.
Unicorn Frappuccino. The latest hit from $SBUX. Can't wait to see how this will affect its results.
At what point should $AMZN consider a stock split? $1000 per share seems pretty high.