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Weekly 10-Q: Key takeaways from Wall Street banks’ Q3 earnings results

  • We take a look at how things went for JPMorgan Chase, Morgan Stanley, Wells Fargo, and Citigroup in Q3.
  • And, Amazon wants a bigger slice in the financial services market by selling home insurance in the UK.
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  • Despite the challenges, small businesses are pressing on.
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  • New product adoption and revenue from non-trading sources, particularly from retirement accounts, were key contributors to the significant growth seen in Q4 2023 results.
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Breaking down PayPal’s Q4 earnings: The hits and misses

  • PayPal reported its earnings for the final quarter of 2023 with a solid 9% increase in Q4 revenue, reaching $8.0 billion
  • While the earnings reflected a profitable growth trajectory and beat expectations, the 2024 guidance fell short of analysts' expectations. 
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What’s SoFi’s profit recipe for the final quarter of 2023?

  • SoFi delivered as promised, attaining profitability in the last quarter of 2023.
  • The company's boosted profitability is attributed to growth in Lending, Technology Platform, and Financial Services, offsetting loan expenses.
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JPMorgan: Even the largest bank doesn’t get a break when dealing with fraud

  • Financial institutions continually refine tools to combat fraud, creating an interplay where fraudsters evolve alongside advancements made by banks and firms.
  • Even with robust anti-fraud measures in place, institutions can't guarantee a 100% success rate, leading to a mix of successes and occasional setbacks.
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