Zeeshan Siddique

Zeeshan Siddique

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Recent articles

Looking Beyond Hudson City's Losses and Dividend Cut

Now that Hudson's restructuring is over, the bank is more than likely to revert to its profit-making trend.


IGT Hits It Big

With an impressive overall performance, IGT looks like a potential buy.


The Key to KeyCorp's Growth

Improved credit quality and a strong capital position helped KeyCorp beat estimates.


Charles Schwab Is Looking Ripe

Charles Schwab's first-quarter results show that the company's fundamentals are rock-solid.


Don't Fret Over Hudson City's Impending Dividend Cut

The anticipated decline in this bank's dividend shouldn't concern long-term investors.

AIB Hits Rock Bottom -- Is This the End?

Allied Irish Bank’s huge annual loss of $14.7 billion underscores its impending misfortunes.


What Can We Learn From Bank of Ireland's Shrinking Loss?

Bank of Ireland betters its performance. But is it good enough?


Will Forced Divestment Really Help Lloyds?

The ICB interim report suggests Lloyds should be forced to sell off more branches.


Here’s Why RBC Shouldn’t Sell Its Retail U.S. Business Now

Royal Bank of Canada shouldn’t sell off its U.S retail unit as it may improve with the recovering economy.


The Latest in the Irish Banking Fiasco

Irish banks' outlook gets darker, as a stress test reveals colossal capital inadequacy.

Can Bank of Ireland Dodge This Bullet Yet Again?

After failing a stress test, Bank of Ireland struggles retaining its independence.


Should We Be Nervous About Losses at Hudson City?

Hudson City Bancorp's restructuring of balance sheet may put a brake to its series of annual net profits.


Banco Santander Takes On the Hidden Kingdom: China

Banco Santander is taking huge strides to accomplish its expansion goals.


Is National Bank of Greece's Q4 Profit Enough?

Investors should look beyond NBG's fourth-quarter profit to get a deeper insight


Is Genworth Struggling Under Too Much Debt?

Genworth's capital-raising plans may become a concern if things don't go the desired way.

China's Asset Binge Charges Westward

Chinese energy majors are racing to developed markets.


optionsXpress Is a Very Attractive Option

optionsXpress’ February performance was its best since the fall of 2008.


Europe's Lingering Debt Crisis: Should Investors Worry?

The European debt crisis deal doesn't offer much to save the debt-stricken economies and their banking systems.


Valero's U.K. Debut: The Beginning of Something Huge

By acquring a Chevron refinery, the oil contender secures a European foothold.


Lloyds Attempts to Ride Derivatives to Normalcy

After selling some 600 branches, Lloyds brings CLOs to market.