Jim Sinegal : We ended 2014 with another disappointing quarter for the banks. I think a lot of investors were starting to look forward to
The firm continued its progress on the expense front in the fourth quarter, but further improvement will be harder and regulatory woes will persist, writes Morningstar’s Jim Sinegal .
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are a big target for regulators, and the legal costs do seem like a cost of doing business these days, as our bank analyst Jim Sinegal describes it. They are not one-off fines for bad actions that happened years ago. They are recurring costs. We saw that
Factors outside management's control will determine the extent of earnings improvements over the medium term, writes Morningstar’s Jim Sinegal .
Morningstar's Dan Werner and Jim Sinegal see a move toward digital and direct channels.
StockInvestor editor Matt Coffina's list of stocks that investors could reasonably hold for many years. Senior analyst Jim Sinegal likens the two firms to tollbooths that will continue to see more traffic as purchasers continue their transition to plastic
to UnionPay. Those competitive threats are real for both of the networks, but we still think they are well positioned. Jim Sinegal , our analyst on Visa and [TICKER:MA] MasterCard, really thinks that these are rare businesses that are growing very
Jim Sinegal : In the third quarter, banks took two steps forward and one step back. Most of the big mortgage-related costs are now out
The new Apple Pay is unlikely to disrupt payment networks or credit card issuers--and should even expand network volume, writes Morningstar’s Jim Sinegal .