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Lowering Our Fair Value Estimate for PNC Slightly to $180 From $183

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Business Strategy and Outlook

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PNC has transformed itself since the financial crisis, with the integration of the troubled National City (doubling the size of PNC), the acquisition of RBC’s U.S. branch network in the Southeast, and the acquisition of BBVA USA (a roughly 25% increase in size). PNC is now the second largest regional bank in the United States. PNC has been successful at organically expanding its customer base, both in commercial banking and in retail. The expanding client base has led to solid loan, deposit, and fee income growth. Selling new products into the formerly underperforming RBC branch network has worked, and PNC now seems poised to repeat this effort with the acquisition of BBVA. The bank's Midwest commercial growth strategy is paying dividends, and PNC is now attempting retail growth efforts in the same areas where commercial expansion was successful as well as commerical optimization within the BBVA footprint.

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PNC Financial Services Group is a diversified financial services company offering retail banking, corporate and institutional banking, asset management, and residential mortgage banking across the United States.

300 Fifth Avenue, The Tower at PNC Plaza
Pittsburgh, PA, 15222-2401
Industry Banks - Regional
Employees 51,257

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FAQs for PNC Financial Services Group Inc Stock

Yes. PNC has a forward dividend yield of 3.95%. See PNC’s full dividends and stock split history on the Dividend tab.
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PNC’s market cap is 62.82 Bil.
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PNC’s stock style is Large Value.
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PNC’s price/sales is 3.09.
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PNC’s price/forward earnings is 9.26.
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PNC’s price/book is 1.31.
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PNC’s beta can be found in Trading Information at the top of this page.
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