Morgan Stanley’s Earnings Drop 42%
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Morgan Stanley’s Earnings Drop 42%

Morgan Stanley’s earnings dropped 42% in the third quarter, more than analysts forecast, as the bank’s bond trading business weakened, Associated Press reported. The New York-based investment bank and wealth advisory firm earned $940 million excluding payments to preferred shareholders for the three-month period ending in September, compared with $1.63 billion a year earlier. The bank earned 48 cents per share, compared with 84 cents a year earlier. Analysts were looking for Morgan Stanley to earn 67 cents per share, according to FactSet. Morgan Stanley’s revenue was $7.8 billion, excluding an accounting adjustment, compared with $8.9 billion the year before. Morgan Stanley shares sank $1.85, or 5%, to $32.10 in pre-market trading.


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