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|Day's Range||28.87 - 29.15|
|52 Week Range||22.89 - 30.33|
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|Expense Ratio (net)||0.14%|
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Banks and asset managers (XLF) had a great run in 2017 due to a rise in broad markets, allowing them to generate a higher base and performance fees. Overall, the economy and corporates are expected to continue on a growth trajectory helped by global demand and lower unemployment rates. Among major bankers, Bank of America (BAC) is managing $2.8 trillion in asset management offerings as of December 31, 2017—a rise of 10% on a YoY basis.
Bank of America (BAC) seems to command a favorable rating, with 22 out of 30 Wall Street analysts awarding it “buy” or strong buy” ratings. Bank of America’s mean price target is $34.59 per share, implying growth of 7.4% over the next 12 months. Among Bank of America’s peers, Citigroup (C) commands 17 “buys” or “strong buys” out of 29 analyst ratings.
In the previous part of this series, we saw that Goldman Sachs’s David Kostin is optimistic on the US equity market and his firm is confident that the S&P 500 Index could see 14% earnings growth. On one hand, Kostin discussed President Trump’s protectionism approach and the rising interest rate.
After amendments to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, the US dollar has seen a downward trajectory with expectations of a higher fiscal deficit. The Trump administration is now entering into aggressive trade wars with China and even some European countries. Among major bankers, Citigroup (C) has a fairly diversified revenue stream from the perspective of its regional spread.