Several banks filed first-quarter call report data prior to reportingearnings, offering investors an early peek at quarterly results.
An S&P Global Market Intelligence analysis found that first-quartercall report data was available before the earnings releases of 30 banks as of themorning of May 6. Of those companies, all but one also filed their call reports before releasing fourth-quarter2015 earnings.
For this analysis, S&PGlobal Market Intelligence looked at banks and thrifts for which first-quarter callreport data was made available on S&P Global Market Intelligence's online platformbefore their parent companies' earnings releases. The analysis is limited to institutionswhose parent company is traded on the NYSE, NYSE MKT or Nasdaq. The findings aredependent on the processing of publicly available regulatory filings and parentcompany earnings releases.
Another 38 banks that were eligible for this analysis had subsequentlyreleased earnings as of the morning of May 9. S&P Global Market Intelligencefound an average length of four days between the call report filing date and theearnings release date. In total, 55 of the 68 companies in the analysis filed callreports between April 26 and April 29.
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