E*TRADE Financial (NASDAQ: ETFC ): Q2 EPS of $0.24 beats by $0.01 . Revenue of $438M (-0.4% Y/Y) beats by $7M . Press Release Post your comment!
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By Ashleigh Rogers : For better or for worse, concerns over new regulations on high-frequency trading are probably overdone, and investors in TD Ameritrade (NYSE: AMTD ) can take solace in that fact. While Ameritrade and many of its fellow online brokerage peers have been affected by the torrent of
By Wealth Concepts : E-TRADE Financial (NASDAQ: ETFC ) is a financial services company providing online brokerage services and related products predominantly to individual retail investors
big change in the bank's business model could be necessary. During the internet boom, Goldman sniffed around E*Trade ( ETFC +2.8% ) and Schwb ( SCHW +1.9% ), and some bankers, according to Gasparino, say Goldman may need to take another look
revenues of the trading departments of the big banks - is helpful to online players like Schwab ( SCHW -0.7% ), E*Trade ( ETFC +0.1% ), and Ameritrade ( AMTD +0.4% ). "Volatility terrifies retail investors," says fund manager Chad Morganlander
team at MarketWatch blogging the hearing . "Translation: Not much appetite to dramatically change the rules." E*Trade ( ETFC +6.5% ), Schwab ( SCHW +5.3% ), Ameritade ( AMTD +4.5% ), Interactive Brokers ( IBKR +2% ). The stock exchange
ETFC Daily Average Revenue Trades (DARTs) of 147,661 in May fell 13.8% from April and 9.4% from a year ago. Press release
sustained, says Chubak, it would add 2% to consensus 2015 earnings for TD Ameritrade ( AMTD -1.1% ), and 1% to E*Trade ( ETFC -2.4% ). These aren't game-changing numbers, Chubak admits, but the benefit is not yet reflected in Street estimates