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Fifth Third Bancorp (FITB)

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40.98-0.28 (-0.68%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
41.40 +0.42 (+1.02%)
After hours: 07:30PM EDT
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Previous close41.26
Open41.21
Bid39.69 x 100
Ask40.99 x 1500
Day's range40.94 - 41.84
52-week range22.49 - 41.85
Volume4,888,428
Avg. volume4,189,208
Market cap27.899B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.26
PE ratio (TTM)13.05
EPS (TTM)3.14
Earnings date18 Oct 2024
Forward dividend & yield1.40 (3.42%)
Ex-dividend date28 June 2024
1y target est42.43
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    Why Fifth Third Bancorp (FITB) is a Great Dividend Stock Right Now

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    CrowdStrike outage, Biden, Fifth Third Bank CEO: Catalysts

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    The reason why Fifth Third Bank holds so much liquidity: CEO

    Fifth Third Bancorp (FITB) recently posted its second quarter earnings, revealing total revenue of $2.08 billion, just below estimates of $2.12 billion. Net income available to common shareholders was $561 million, a 17% increase compared to the previous quarter. Fifth Third Bancorp CEO Tim Spence joins Catalysts to sit down with Yahoo Finance executive editor Brian Sozzi to discuss the regional bank's performance as well as how it is preparing for uncertainty related to the Federal Reserve's interest rate environment and the 2024 election. When asked about why the bank is holding a certain level of liquidity, Spence comments: "We are not a company that's focused on achieving the highest levels of growth when times are good. We're focused on delivering the most consistent earnings profit, and in particular, a port in the storm when things are challenging, and that obviously worked well for us last year... I there is more discounting going on. I think the labor market has stabilized. So there is evidence that we're going to continue to see a decline in inflation." Spence finds "the other side of the equation," such as geopolitical conflicts in the Middle East and rate uncertainty, coinciding with "historically large deficits here in the US, which historically have been difficult to maintain." Spence affirms that the "right thing for a bank that wants to deliver a more consistent earnings profile is to make sure that we're prepared for anything that comes. And the byproduct of that is we are carrying elevated liquidity." Spence also comments on Senator JD Vance's (R-Oh.) formal nomination as former President Trump's running mate and weighs in on financial conditions for the regional bank's customer base. For more expert insight and the latest market action, click here to watch this full episode of Catalysts. This post was written by Nicholas Jacobino