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  • JPMorgan Chase earnings soar, but mortgage sector falls

    Mortgage revenue declines 11% due to lower net servicing
    Despite a slowdown in its home lending sector, JPMorgan Chase saw a tremendous increase in its Q1 earnings from both the previous quarter and previous year. In fact, JPMorgan’s profits rocketed to $9.2 billion, rising from $8.7 billion in the first quarter of 2018.
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  • Wells Fargo settlements don’t affect its bottom line – earnings increased in 2018

    But mortgage income plummets in Q4
    Last year lenders struggled under increasing competition and some were even forced to sell or merge with other companies – but Wells Fargo saw an increase in its full year net income. But while its net income might have increased, the bank is not immune to market swings, and its mortgage banking income plummeted.
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  • Plummeting Ellie Mae stock signals slow-down ahead?

    Company revises year’s revenue expectations
    While Ellie Mae posted positive third-quarter earnings results, it was significantly lower than Wall Street’s expectations, and could even signal a slow-down ahead. The company’s revenue increased 15% in the third quarter to $123 million – below the expected $128 million.
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  • JPMorgan Chase earnings increase, but reveal slowdown in mortgage sector

    Earnings down slightly from Q2 but much higher than 2017
    In the third quarter of 2018, JPMorgan Chase saw a decrease in its earnings from the previous quarter, but still managed to increase from the previous year despite a lackluster mortgage banking sector. JPMorgan Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon said increasing economic and geopolitical uncertainties could have negative effects on the economy's future.
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  • Ocwen reports 'higher-than-hoped' $30 million loss

    But that’s still better than 2017
    Ocwen Financial continues to lose money, posting yet another loss, however, the company pointed out that the losses continue to grow smaller. Much of the company’s losses can be contributed to ongoing court fees and legal battles, which it continues to face in states across the U.S., and an ongoing restructuring effort.
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  • CoreLogic acquisition spree pushes earnings higher in Q2

    Sees profitable quarter despite drop in mortgage activity
    Recently, CoreLogic, a property information, analytics and data-enabled services provider, has been on a roll when it comes to acquisitions; for this reason, it comes as no surprise the company reported an increase in earnings in the second quarter of 2018.
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  • JPMorgan earnings increase despite drag from mortgage lending

    Earnings down slightly from Q1 but still up from 2017
    In the second quarter of 2018, JPMorgan Chase saw a decrease in its earnings from the previous quarter, but still managed to increase from the previous year despite a drag from its mortgage banking sector. JPMorgan Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon says consumer and business sentiment led to good economic growth.
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  • Fake accounts scandal still curbing Wells Fargo earnings

    Mortgage banking revenue falls in Q2
    Wells Fargo’s latest earnings report shows the bank continues to struggle with its fake accounts scandal, which began back in 2016. And not only did the bank report a lower net income, but the latest earnings report shows it also continues to struggle with mortgage banking revenue, even as originations increase.
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