The performance overhang attributable to the bank's crisis-era missteps is fading, writes Morningstar’s Jim Sinegal .
Wells Fargo’s results underscore how the firm’s low-cost deposit-base growth remains its key source of competitive advantage, writes Morningstar’s Jim Sinegal .
to the interest-rate cycle and reasonably valued today; as of March 3, it was trading a bit below senior equity analyst Jim Sinegal 's $18 fair value estimate. Coffina says he's also keeping his eye on firms that could be negatively affected in a rising
meaningful amount of business for [TICKER:AXP] American Express, which explains the big sell-off on the news. But Jim Sinegal , Morningstar's [TICKER:AXP] American Express analyst, doesn't see this as a sign that [TICKER:AXP] American
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 .
Matt Coffina. I'm joined today by Jim Sinegal , who is a senior analyst on our financials ..... market. Jim, thanks for joining me. Jim Sinegal : Thanks for having me. Coffina: To ..... Coffina: Thanks for joining me, Jim . Sinegal : Good talking with you. Coffina
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.