Deepwater drilling contractor $DO reported 1Q16 net income of $87.4MM or $0.64 per diluted share versus a net loss of $255.7MM or $1.86 per diluted share in 1Q15, mainly due to the presence of a $358.5MM of impairment charge in 1Q15. Revenue fell 24% to $470.5MM in the quarter, mainly due to lower contract drilling revenue.
$DFS' card and personal loans finished 2016 with a strong 4Q16
accelerating total loan growth to almost 7% over the prior year. Card balances
were driven by increased sales, which were up 3%, a higher revolve rate on
merchandise sales and higher promotional balances. Personal loans grew 18% over
the prior year. Student loans grew 2%.
$TXN said that Analog was up 10% YoverY, while HVAL was flat. The company added that the reason for this was that looking at YoverY by end market, personal electronics was down slightly due to mobile phones. However, backing out mobile phones, personal electronics was up slightly.
$DFS' total net charge-off rate, excluding acquired loans, was
2.24% in 2016, up 12BP from 2015. Personal loans had originations of $4Bil, an
increase of 31% over the prior year. Growth in originations was largely fueled
by product enhancements and strong execution.
$COF believes that it will deliver solid EPS growth in 2017 due to the strong growth over the last two years, assuming no substantial change in the broader credit and economic cycles. The company expects revenue to grow and drive growth in pre-provision earnings.