Pre-Market Analysis on JPMorgan, KeyCorp, SunTrust Banks, and First Republic Bank

Tue Apr 16, 2013 8:01am EDT

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LONDON,  April 16, 2013  /PRNewswire/ --

JP Morgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) kicked off the earnings season for banks last
Friday. Although the banking giant reported record earnings for the quarter, its
revenue growth for the quarter slowed. Slowing revenue growth is a concern for
the banking industry. On Monday, First Republic Bank (NYSE: FRC) also reported
its quarterly results. Investors are now eyeing quarterly results from KeyCorp
(NYSE: KEY) and SunTrust Banks Inc. (NYSE: STI), which are scheduled to be
released this week. Bank's stocks ended mostly lower on Monday, tracking losses
in the broad market, which tumbled on weak U.S. and Chinese economic data.
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JP Morgan Chase & Co.'s shares fell sharply on Monday. The stock touched an
intra-day low of  $47.90  before finishing the day 2.20% lower at  $47.93  on
above average volume of 31.53 million. Despite the sharp pullback, the bank's
shares are currently trading close to their 52-week high of  $51. The stock has
had an excellent run so far in 2013, gaining more than 10.40%, compared to a
gain of over 8.80% for the S&P 500. Shares of JPM have slipped below their
50-day moving average as a result of Monday's sell-off. This is a bearish
signal. Sign up and read the complimentary report on JPM at

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Shares of KeyCorp tumbled on Monday, extending their losses from last week. The
stock closed 2.95% lower at  $9.55  on above average volume of 12.56 million,
taking its losses in the last three trading sessions to nearly 4.80%. Shares of
KEY touched an intra-day low of  $9.55  on Monday. The stock is currently
trading nearly 7% below its 52-week high. Year-to-date, KeyCorp's shares have
gained nearly 14%, outperforming the broad market. The stock's MACD chart,
however, suggests that market sentiment has turned bearish. The stock has also
slipped below its 50-day moving average, which further confirms the negative
trend. The free report on KEY can be downloaded by signing up now at

http://www.StockCall.com/KEY041613.pdf

Shares of SunTrust Banks Inc. were among the major losers in the banking sector
on Monday. The stock ended the day 3.20% lower at  $27.87  on volume of 3.68
million after touching an intra-day low of  $27.87. The bank's shares have also
slipped below their 50-day moving average following yesterday's sell-off. The
stock's MACD has also crossed below the signal line and the zero-line, which is
a bearish signal. For the year, shares of STI are now down more than 1.50%. Free
report on STI can be accessed by registering at

http://www.StockCall.com/STI041613.pdf

Another major loser on Monday was First Republic Bank. Shares of the  San
Francisco, California-based bank fell 4.45% to finish the day  $38.22  on above
average volume of 1.75 million. Despite the sharp decline yesterday, the bank's
shares are still trading close to their 52-week high of  $40.31. The stock is
still up more than 16% for the year. Shares of FRC are also trading above their
50-day and 200-day moving averages. The stock currently has support at around 
$38. Register with StockCall and download the research on FRC for free at

http://www.StockCall.com/FRC041613.pdf

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