Three big U.S. banks reported their Q3 results on Friday. While Citigroup and JPMorgan beat earnings-per-share expectations of Wall Street analysts, Wells Fargo’s fell slightly short of projections. All three banks experienced positive year-over-year growth in net incomes.
Citigroup earned $1.73 per share in Q3, versus Street estimates of $1.69. Its actual revenues were $18.389 billion, lower than $18.45 billion expectation. The company’s net income grew almost +12% to $4.622 billion from the year ago period’s $4.133 billion.
For JPMorgan Chase & Co., net earnings per share was $2.34 per share on revenues of $27.8 billion, beating analysts’ expected $2.25 per share on revenues of $27.5 billion. Net income rose to $8.38 billion, from $8.316 billion a year ago.
Wells Fargo’s earnings per share of $1.16 was lower than the Street’s expected $1.17 per share. Q3 net income surged +33% year-over-year to touch $6.0 billion. Its Q3 revenues came in at $21.9 billion, slightly higher than expected.