Brexit Fallout Seen Hindering U.S. Bank Results for Years: Chart

What to Expect From Bank Earnings

Analysts have been preparing investors for lower quarterly profits at the largest U.S. banks this week, cutting estimates for the second quarter and even further beyond. The revisions come after the U.K. voted to cut its ties with the European Union, which stoked volatility in financial markets and derailed expectations that Federal Reserve officials would continue raising U.S. interest rates after bumping them higher in December.

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