JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA--(Marketwire - Jul 19, 2012) - www.StockCall.com offers free research on Fifth Third Bancorp (NASDAQ: FITB) and Comerica Incorporated (NYSE: CMA) from the Regional - Midwest Banks industry. Access these reports by clicking on the links below or by copy and pasting those to your address bar.
Midwest regional banks have performed well as a whole throughout 2012 and will look to maintain momentum as earnings reports come out in the coming weeks.
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The industry's strong run is evidenced in Comerica Inc. increasing revenues for three consecutive quarters at the time this article was written. Revenues have not been the only metric to highlight the industry's strong run in the first half. Solid capital ratios and returns have helped buoy banks like Fifth Third Bancorp Improved credit quality and lower provisions for loan losses have also contributed to positive results through the first six months of the year. Investors and shareholders of Fifth Third Bancorp can simply register for our complimentary reports by clicking on the link below.
Moving forward, the outlook for the industry will likely hinge upon the lending practices of their larger counterparts. Hesitancy on behalf of big banks to write new loans has been a key factor in the success seen in regional banks. However, now that larger banks are showing increased signs of stability, this trend may begin to taper off. Register now to have free access to our report on Comerica Incorporated, and to do so please click the link below.
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