NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Kroll Bond Rating Agency (KBRA) released the Q1 2018 U.S. Bank Compendium analyzing the results of U.S. banks with KBRA long-term ratings.
- In this issue, KBRA examines deposit cost trends. Are deposit betas accelerating and, if so, which segment of banks has been most affected?
- It’s no question that industry performance remains sound from a credit perspective, but at what point do ever higher short-term rates start to induce rising loan delinquencies?
- Operating profitability, as expected, was lifted by tax reform, but will the tax benefit be “competed away” over time?
The compendium includes Q1 2018 updates on all publicly traded U.S. banks in KBRA’s rated universe, focusing on key performance and credit metrics, along with averages of key ratios.
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