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$FITB said that for 2016, it expects YoverY commercial loan growth to exceed 3% and the consumer loan portfolio to decline. The dip in consumer loan portfolio will reflect lower auto loan originations and includes the impact of the sale associated with St. Louis & Pittsburgh transactions. For 2Q16, the company expects to see 3-4 BP of NIM decline.
$DB is going to cut off services for about 3,400 clients in equities trading.
$F stock slid more than 2% after the company issued two safety recalls involving more than 650,000 Ford Fusion and Lincoln MKZ model cars.
The new CEO of $SBUX, Kevin Johnson, has some pretty large shoes to fill but there are many who have good faith in his ability to do so.
$TSLA opening a showroom in Michigan. A bold move !!