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I agree, I just do not get the fuss about the new capital rules. WFC, BAC, C have Tier 1 Common ratios at 8.3%, 8.6% and 10.8%. Even if the risk weighted assets shift a little bit with the new rules, earnings are going straight to Tier 1 common capital in absence of any share buy backs and token dividends. Any increases would be phased in as well so I do not see any big concern about equity dilution which I think Fed would try to avoid as well given that management would slam the brakes on loan growth.

 

Vinod

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Maybe it is more of just the new reduced interchange fees that are coming (i.e. reduced bank profits).

 

Good for retailers though.

 

 

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JEast

 

BAC estimated interchange fees to be reduced by about $2 billion annually. This revenue loss would be mitigated partially via other fees so I do not see this as the main issue for the Big banks. My guess is that the market is pricing lower ROE due to potentially higher capital ratios.

 

Vinod

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