Huntington Bancshares, Inc.

  • Consider This Regional Bank

    By Vladimir Zernov - July 21, 2013 | Tickers: CMA, HBAN, PVTB

    Rising rates have sent most regional banks higher since the mid-June. Some of them, like Comerica (NYSE: CMA), have already gained more than 40% this year. Other Midwest banks, like Privatebancorp (NASDAQ: PVTB) and Huntington (NASDAQ: HBAN) are on the move too, up 55% and 33% respectively. As all of them have already published their quarterly results during this earnings season, it’s time to evaluate, whether those shares have more »

  • Regional Banking Back to the Fore

    By Jacob Wolinsky - July 16, 2013 | Tickers: HBAN, PNC, BPOP

    At a time when major banking corporations are stifled by the expectations of stricter capital rules, regional banking stocks such as Popular (NASDAQ: BPOP), Huntington Bancshares (NASDAQ: HBAN), and PNC Financial Services (NYSE: PNC) continue to make headway.

    To be on the right side of the fence, regional banks actually never lost their appeal, but they now stand an even greater chance of attracting bigger investors as many would be more »

  • Why This Company Looks Poised to Continue Growing

    By Mike Thiessen - June 25, 2013 | Tickers: BCSB, FNB, HBAN

    F.N.B. Corporation's (NYSE: FNB) recent announcement that it would acquire Baltimore County Savings Bank (NASDAQ: BCSB) did not come as a surprise to many market-watchers. The Hermitage, Pennsylvania-based bank holding company remains in the throes of an expansion in the mid-Atlantic region of the United States, and it has announced or completed four noteworthy acquisitions since 2010. Unlike many bank holding companies, F.N.B. seems to more »

  • Profiting From the End of the World

    By George Liu - June 24, 2013 | Tickers: C, HBAN, JPM, RF, WFC

    On Thursday, June 20, all hell broke loose. The S&P 500 plummeted 2.5 percent, the NASDAQ declined 2.28 percent, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 2.34 percent, extending the worst two day sell-off this year. Precious metals were crushed as the price of gold fell 7 percent and the price of silver tumbled 9 percent. Other commodities were also hit, with WTI oil prices declining more »

  • The Sun Is Shining on This Regional

    By Marshall Hargrave - June 23, 2013 | Tickers: BBT, FITB, HBAN, STI

    SunTrust Banks (NYSE: STI) is one of the largest regional banks and it appears that the dark cloud of the financial crisis could be moving away, which should allow this bank to shine going forward. The bank has managed to under-perform the broader banking market by nearly 15 percentage points over the past 12 months, but its compelling valuation means the stock could move higher going forward. 
     

    Who is SunTrust more »

  • 4 Banks Making Headlines: Should You Buy In?

    By Bill Edson - June 14, 2013 | Tickers: C, FMER, HBAN, PNC

    Our economy is dependent on a healthy banking system. By many measures, especially capitalization, banks are healthier today than at any time in recent memory. But each bank sits in a unique situation relative to its particular history, culture, geography and size. I am going to look at a few leading banks today, with a focus on the Midwest.

    Adjusting to the new normal

    Huntington Bancshares (NASDAQ: HBAN) is among more »

  • The Dilemma for Regional Banks

    By Varun Chandan - June 11, 2013 | Tickers: HBAN, PNC, USB | Editor's Choice

    Regional banks have emerged stronger after the financial crisis. However, most regional banks have been facing significant margin pressure as the Federal Reserve has kept interest rates at record low levels. While the low interest rate has helped in boosting lending activity, it has hurt banks’ margins. Although regional banks are hoping for a rise in interest rates, they face a dilemma. A sudden rise in interest rates could hurt more »

  • 5 Dividend Stocks With Recent Insider Buying

    By Meena Krishnamsetty - May 23, 2013 | Tickers: DPS, HBAN, MYE, PBI, BA

    Generally, insiders buy stock in their own company when they feel confident about the company’s market prospects and outlook. Sometimes insiders buy stock in their own companies so as to show commitment to working to enhance shareholder value over time. Historically, stocks bought by insiders have tended to outperform broad benchmarks over time.

    The following represents a selection of five dividend-paying stocks with yields above 2.0% that have more »

  • 3 Must-Own Stocks from Barron's Insider Buying List

    By John Macris - May 13, 2013 | Tickers: BAC, HBAN, WAG

    One of my weekly rituals as an investor is to review recent insider activity through the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Form 4 filings. Corporate executives and board members (“insiders”) are required to fully disclose their stock purchases pursuant to the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and the Investment Company Act of 1940.

    Barron's magazine makes an effort to highlight the most noteworthy insider purchases and organizes them in more »

  • Tired Of Big Banks? How About This Mid-Cap Regional Bank?

    By Nick Chiu - April 30, 2013 | Tickers: BBT, HBAN, RF

    Huntington Bancshares (NASDAQ: HBAN), with a market cap of $5.87 billion, is a multi-state, diversified regional bank holding company, providing full financial services including banking, lending, mortgage, and investment management.

    1Q13 earnings

    On April 17, 2013, Huntington Bancshares reported an EPS of $0.17 for 1Q13, which was unchanged from the year ago quarter, but down $0.02 from the prior quarter. The reported earnings beat Zacks Consensus Estimate more »

  • An Insider Is Buying, Should You?

    By Meena Krishnamsetty - April 30, 2013 | Tickers: FITB, FMER, HBAN, KEY, PNC

    According to a Form 4 filed with the SEC, Russ Strobel, who is a member of FirstMerit's (NASDAQ: FMER) Board of Directors, directly acquired 5,000 shares of stock on April 25 at prices of about $17 per share. This gave him about 9,100 total shares of the $1.9 billion market cap Midwestern bank in his direct holdings, a large increase in percentage terms.

    Why pay attention more »

  • Sorting Through the Regionals

    By Marshall Hargrave - April 15, 2013 | Tickers: BBT, FITB, HBAN, RF, STI

    Standard & Poor's has a positive outlook for regional banks, as do I. These banks tend to have less exposure to international concerns and also are purer plays on deposits and consumer/small business economic health, whereas the exposure of mega-banks can be susceptible to trading and other "unplanned" losses.
     
    The regionals should see positive performance going forward on the back of home refinancing and gains on loans. According to more »
  • This Fundamentals-Focused Hedge Fund Has Billions in AUM…What’s it Buying?

    By Meena Krishnamsetty - April 4, 2013 | Tickers: EIX, GG, HBAN, KRFT, RF

    $6 billion Carlson Capital, a Dallas-based hedge fund that focuses its strategies on philosophy, people and process, is a stark contrast to other funds, many of which have formulated complex algorithms to perform detailed quantitative analyses. As more and more non-Wall Streeters establish their own funds, many have begun to embrace manager Clint Carlson’s approach, and according to his most recent 13F filing with the SEC, Carlson added several more »

  • This Fundamentals-Focused Hedge Fund Has Billions in AUM…What’s It Buying?

    By Meena Krishnamsetty - April 3, 2013 | Tickers: EIX, GG, HBAN, KRFT, RF

    The $6 billion Carlson Capital, a Dallas-based hedge fund that focuses its strategies on philosophy, people and process, is a stark contrast to other funds, many of which have formulated complex algorithms to perform detailed quantitative analyses. As more and more non-Wall Streeters establish their own funds, many have begun to embrace manager Clint Carlson’s approach, and according to his most recent 13F filing with the SEC, Carlson added more »

  • A Tour Of 4 Midwestern Regional Banks

    By Maxwell Fisher - March 14, 2013 | Tickers: CMA, FITB, FMER, HBAN

    Cincinnati based Fifth Third Bancorp (NASDAQ: FITB) has a well-earned reputation as a conservative, well run institution. Despite having much of its asset base in two of the states (Michigan and Florida) most devastated in last decade's recession, Fifth Third has only been unprofitable one year in the last twenty, in 2008. In contrast, 2012 proved that the roughly $120 billion asset bank is back to its pre-recession levels more »

  • Consider Regional Banks for Value and Income

    By Bob Ciura - February 11, 2013 | Tickers: HBAN, KEY, NYCB

    The prospect of investing in banks probably brings up the usual suspects for most investors; namely, the nation’s biggest bulge-bracket banks usually come to mind for any investor considering the financial services sector.  However, while America’s biggest banks have been hampered by issues ranging from legal settlements to massive trading losses, there are a number of smaller banks that are doing quite well.  Regional banks, which are banks more »

  • A Good Idea to Follow the Insiders on these Stocks?

    By Alex Bastardas - January 30, 2013 | Tickers: BLK, HBAN, UNH

    Insider trading has long been considered by many to be an important indicator of a company's expected performance. An insider purchase might be a sign of good things to come for the stock. However, it is always essential to do due diligence and not base a buy or sell decision on insider activity alone, which is why in this post I will be analyzing three stocks that have had more »

  • Fifth Third's Mutual Profit Growth

    By Josef Ray Dagatan - January 28, 2013 | Tickers: FITB, HBAN, PNC

    Fifth Third Bancorp (NASDAQ: FITB), a diversified monetary services company based in Cincinnati, Ohio, currently manages 15 affiliates with 1,232 wide-ranging banking centers, 106 Bank Mart locations, and 2,213 ATMs in the states of Indiana, Georgia, Florida, Tennessee, West Virginia, and North Carolina, amongst many others.  The company’s commercial banking section provides credit functions, cash management and supervision, financial services, loaning and store products, and foreign exchange more »

  • Taking A Look At Overlooked Regional Banks

    By Marshall Hargrave - January 22, 2013 | Tickers: BAC, BBT, C, FITB, HBAN, PNC, RF

    Compared to the "big" banks (Citigroup Inc., Bank of America, JP Morgan, Wells Fargo and U.S. Bancorp), the regional banks (BB&T Corporation (NYSE: BBT), Huntington Bancshares Incorporated (NASDAQ: HBAN), Fifth Third Bancorp (NASDAQ: FITB), Regions Financial Corporation (NYSE: RF) and PNC Financial Services (NYSE: PNC)) trade cheaply as a group on a P/B and P/E basis. The "big" banks have an average P/B of 1 more »

  • Earnings Preview for Regional Banks

    By John Macris - January 16, 2013 | Tickers: FITB, HBAN, PNC

    Earning season is well underway, with the number of S&P 500 companies reporting this week significantly higher than last. The volume of reports increases even further going into the third week of January. Here are several well-known regional banks that are reporting on Thursday, Jan. 17.

    Fifth Third Bancorp (NASDAQ: FITB)
    Thursday, Jan. 17 before open; Consensus $0.42 EPS / Revenue $1.64 billion

    The Cincinnati, OH-based regional lender more »

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