Look at the past few months. There are a half-dozen days where it drops 5% for no reason and then powers up 10% the next week. It is a little unnerving and I hope it follows the past trend of down 1, up 2.
It looks like they met earnings. When adding in "Changes in valuation inputs and assumptions on
mortgage servicing rights", they made 29 cents. If you look at last quarter, their earnings were 10 cents if you leave out the same changes in valuation (which was -25 cents). If you look at Yahoo, last quarter's earnings were 35 cents.